Giving direction and motivating our teams
Coaching goes hand in hand with a change in values in society and the enterprise world and the increasing pressure to permanently ensure innovation and change.
One-to-one coaching is a remarkably effective way to help someone reflect on issues that are affecting the performance and wellbeing of that person. Focusing on the person and what is going on for them internally is part of the picture. However, any effective coaching addresses not only the individual but also the systems of which they are part.
Research shows that individual performance is far more dependent on the team environment than previously thought. Moreover, high individual performance by one or more people in a team does not necessarily lead to high overall performance - sometimes the opposite can even be the case.
Team coaching has evolved over the past decades as an effective way to apply the principles of coaching to the whole team. It helps teams achieve their goals while creating a sustainable environment that cultivates long-term excellence and success while keeping the "feel-good factor" in mind. The team coaching process helps teams to align on a common goal, develop an inspiring spirit and vision, define clear roles, face team responsibilities with commitment, make powerful decisions and take positive action.
- Defining Team Coaching
- Team Coaching vs. Team-Facilitation/Moderation vs. Group-Coaching
- Coach mindset
- High Performance Team
- Team Coaching elements
- Remote Team Coaching
Carmel Lee Paul
is ICF certified executive and team coach and Erickson facilitator with long-term professional experience. 25 years of coaching experience having coached hundreds of people in different positions and from multiple backgrounds, cultures and areas, with different challenges, needs, requests and issues they want to tackle and solve.
is an ICF certified business and team coach as well as Erickson facilitator and president of the International Coaching Federation Chapter Austria (ICF). She is convinced that people have the skills and resources to cope with any situation. Through targeted coaching techniques, they can access this potential and create the desired change for themselves. As a board member of ICF Austria, she is committed to the highest quality in coaching.