Course Systemic Team Coaching
- Gain insight into the phases of team development and the group roles within a team
- Get tools to clearly formulate coaching questions and desired results
- Learn to look at a team systemically
- Learn techniques to intervene depending on the stage the team is in
- Knows how to increase team self-reflection and motivation
Despite similar compositions, there can be intriguing differences between teams in terms of dynamics, cooperation and communication. The dynamics of a team put extra pressure on you as a team coach. To which appeal are you sensitive? And how do you deal with taking ownership, cooperation, giving feedback, conflicts and projections? During our three-day training course, you learn to take a sharp look at the group process, the interaction between team members and the consequences of this. In other words: you look at the team systemically, taking an independent position.
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"A very interesting course that has been very useful for me. I am definitely going to apply in our company the things I learned during the course. I also got a completely different view of the company I work for. It is only now that I can see which things could be improved at our company. And I will definitely work on that." - Rating:
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Team management and team building
Course Systemic Team Coaching
Despite similar compositions, there can be intriguing differences between teams in terms of dynamics, cooperation and communication. Everything depends on the clarity of the goals, the degree of commitment to them and the team's capacity to discuss them. The dynamics of a team put extra pressure on you as a team coach. To which appeal are you sensitive? And how do you deal with taking ownership, collaboration, giving feedback, conflicts and projections?
During our three-day training Systemic Team Coaching you learn to look sharply at the group process, the interaction between team members and the consequences of this. In other words: you look at the team systemically, taking an independent position. What is under the water surface, both in yourself and in the team? By using different methods of working, you will experience which interaction patterns in a group are supportive or obstructive. You will gain in-depth insight into group dynamics and the competency "cooperation", which will teach you to place the role of the team coach in the system and to dare to trust this role.
During the training the following topics, among others, will be discussed:
- Success factors of team coaching:
What is the real coaching question and when is the team satisfied? Who is responsible for the result? What does that result look like and what is the effect? What do you observe in yourself and what in the team? And what are the invisible undercurrents of feelings and thoughts that influence visible behaviour?
- From drama to winning techniques:
When do teams get into their "drama" and how do you get them out? This is about mapping how the team gets stuck during the interaction and what transfer dynamics play a role in it.
- The phases of team development:
To develop into an optimally functioning team, teams go through various phases. Depending on the goal of the team (forming, storming, norming, performing), you learn how to effectively deploy interventions that are desired.
- Intervening when the group process gets stuck:
How do you as a team coach deal with conflicts in the storm and norm phase? You gain insight into your own conflict management style. Create movement and connect, while paying attention to possible pitfalls.
- Looking systemically at teams:
Gaining insight into the emotional phases of change and observing the undercurrents and uppercurrents. How do you make this negotiable?
- The 3 hats of the team coach:
As a team coach, you are supervisor, manager and coach. A good distinction between these roles is crucial, because otherwise it is not possible to coach. Which hat do you put on when?
- Projection mechanisms:
Admiring or detesting a quality of another person actually says something about you. Your judgement seems to be about the other person, but is actually also a projection of one of your own qualities. Understanding this is helpful for the team. As a team coach, you act as a large projection screen for the team members, and understanding this and being able to place it is essential to good team coaching.
After attending the training:
- You have insight into the phases of team development and the group roles within a team;
- You have tools to clearly formulate the coaching questions and desired results of a team;
- you have learned to look at a team in a systemic way;
- you have techniques for intervening depending on the stage a team is in;
- You have knowledge of the emotional phases of change, so that you can deal with them;
- you can better guide a team in their responsibilities and manners and
- You know how to increase the self-reflective capacity and motivation of a team.
This training is ideally suited to executives, (project) managers, (organisation) consultants, coaches and trainers. Do you recognise yourself in one or more of the points below?
- You want to train yourself to become a team coach
- You want a solid theoretical and practical foundation on team development and group dynamics
- You want to make invisible mechanisms, roles and patterns within a team visible, by looking at them systemically.
Of course, this list is not exhaustive: after all, everyone is different. What do you want to focus on within the theme of team coaching?
- Customisation is our focus: through a telephone intake interview, the trainer makes an inventory of your personal learning goals. On this basis, the definitive programme of the training course is determined.
- We believe a safe training atmosphere is important, as you should feel comfortable experimenting with new knowledge and skills.
- We strongly believe in doing and experiencing, rather than talking about the content of trainings, which is why all our trainings are active in nature.
- In order to guarantee the quality of the training, we apply a maximum group size of eight participants, so that we can guarantee the learning effect and efficiency.
The training is provided in Dutch as standard. The trainer has a good command of the English language. Use can be made of course material in English. With a minimum of three participants, the training can also be provided entirely in English.
Prices mentioned are per person, including course material.
Lunch is included in the on-site training.
||6 sessions of three hours
|Price per day, excluding VAT
|Total, incl. VAT
After completion of the training, a Learnit certificate is issued as proof of participation.