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The Team Coaching Zone was launched on 1 January 2015. The mission of the site is to contribute to the development of the field of team coaching in companies and organizations. Through the creation of content such as podcasts, blogs, webinars, resources, and discussion boards, The Team Coaching Zone seeks to support new and experienced team coaches to take their coaching practices to the next level.

The Team Coaching Zone was launched on 1 January 2015. The mission of the site is to contribute to the development of the field of team coaching in companies and organizations. Through the creation of content such as podcasts, blogs, webinars, resources, and discussion boards, The Team Coaching Zone seeks to support new and experienced team coaches to take their coaching practices to the next level.
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The Team Coaching Zone was launched on 1 January 2015. The mission of the site is to contribute to the development of the field of team coaching in companies and organizations. Through the creation of content such as podcasts, blogs, webinars, resources, and discussion boards, The Team Coaching Zone seeks to support new and experienced team coaches to take their coaching practices to the next level.

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Episodes

088: Georgina Woudstra: On the Being of a Team Coach

11/20/2017
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How do we more fully integrate the "being" aspect of team coaching with the "doing"? What are the essential competencies that need to be internalized to successfully coach teams? How do we accelerate our learning as team coaches and as a team coaching community? Join show host Dr. Krister Lowe and today’s featured guest Georgina Woudstra to explore these and other compelling topics on this week’s episode of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Georgina Woudstra is an ICF Master Certified Coach...

Duration: 01:04:30


087: Phillip Cave: Coaching Organizational Systems for Agility and Humanness

10/30/2017
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How do we coach across individuals, teams and systems to drive organizational change? Is it possible to be both an internal leader and an organizational coach at the same time? Do team coaches need to be subject matter experts in the content of what the teams are working on? Join show host Dr. Krister Lowe and today’s featured guest Phillip Cave to explore these and other compelling topics on this week’s episode of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Phillip Cave is a Life and Organizational...

Duration: 00:56:59


086: Gabe Abella: Achieving Organizational and Team Agility with Kanban and the Fit For Purpose Framework

9/28/2017
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How is work changing and how do we design organizations to be fit for purpose in the knowledge and collaboration economy? How do we form and equip teams to balance capability with infinite demand? How do we coach teams for emergence? Tune in this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe explores these and other compelling questions with featured guest Gabe Abella--an Organizational Coach and Vice President in Global Technology at JP Morgan Chase and an...

Duration: 01:09:51


085: Harvey Seifter: The Art of Science Learning: Fostering Breakthroughs in Team Creativity, Collaboration and Innovation at Scale

9/21/2017
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How does arts-based learning rapidly transform culture and performance in teams and organizations? What is the relationship between creative thinking, collaboration and innovation? What research evidence exists to support incorporating arts-based learning in teams? How can these processes be scaled up in organizations? Tune in to this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe interviews special guest Harvey Seifter to explore these and other compelling...

Duration: 01:11:51


084: Melissa Sayer & Colm Murphy: Coaching Teams to Increase Team Effectiveness & Diffuse Organizational Learning

8/29/2017
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How does team coaching contribute to team effectiveness and the diffusion of organizational learning? What is the state of research on team coaching? How can team coaches leverage research to inform practice? Tune in to this week’s episode of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast to explore these fundamental questions that strike at the heart of the efficacy of team coaching. Melissa Sayer is a Team & Executive Coach for Performance Hub and a Doctoral Student of team coaching at the University of...

Duration: 01:16:56


083: Glain Roberts-McCabe: The Roundtable: Helping Leaders Cultivate Leadership Together

8/18/2017
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How does the shift from the knowledge economy to the collaboration economy impact how we coach leaders and teams in organizations? How can peer group coaching, team coaching and guided mentoring support this shift? Tune in for this week’s episode of the Team Coaching Zone podcast with guest Glain Roberts-McCabe to explore these and other interesting topics and questions. Glain Roberts-McCabe is the Founder & President of The Roundtable--a group & team coaching organization based in...

Duration: 01:06:46


082: Dr. Ruth Wageman, Pauline Willis & Dr. Krister Lowe: Team Diagnostic Survey: 6 Conditions of Team Effectiveness

8/9/2017
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What are the most powerful factors that predict team effectiveness? How much do the designing, launching and coaching phases influence team effectiveness? Tune in to this week’s episode of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast for a round table conversation with Dr Ruth Wageman, Pauline Willis and Dr. Krister Lowe to explore how the TDS Survey and the 6 Conditions of Team Effectiveness answer these and other important topics facing teams in today’s organizations. Dr. Ruth Wageman is a thought...

Duration: 01:12:58


081: Peter Cauwelier, PhD: Action Learning: Unpeeling & Solving Complex Problems to Build Lasting Teams

8/1/2017
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How does learning influence action and action influence learning in teams? How can coaches help teams leverage learning to solve complex problems in organizations? Tune in to this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast to learn how special guest Dr. Peter Cauwelier leverages Action Learning to help organizations embed teaming and learning into their cultures. Peter Cauwelier, PhD is Chief Team Connector at TEAM.AS.ONE, Managing Director at ASIO Consulting, and Managing Director...

Duration: 01:01:15


080: Aaron Dignan: The Ready: Transforming Organizations with Radical Participation

7/21/2017
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How can companies address the intersection of technology, complexity and humanity in order to be “ready” for the 21st century? How can we change mindsets and an organization’s “operating system” in order to foster continuous and participatory change? Tune in to this week’s featured episode of the Team Coaching Zone podcast where special guest Aaron Dignan shares his views on these and other important questions challenging today’s organizations. Aaron Dignan is the Founder of The Ready—an...

Duration: 00:48:30


079: Professor Peter Hawkins: Ecosystemic Team Coaching: Beyond the High Performing Team

7/10/2017
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What forces are disrupting the nature of teaming in organizations? How can team coaches keep up with the pace of change in organizations? What opportunities exist beyond coaching high performing teams? Tune in to this week's episode of the The Team Coaching Zone podcast with special guest Professor Hawkins to explore these and other compelling questions. In this episode Professor Hawkins updates listeners on what he has been up to in the Team Coaching field since he last appeared 2 years...

Duration: 01:07:09


078: Serhan Kuseyrioğlu: Coaching Dream Teams: The Journey to Creating Better Leaders and Teams

5/25/2017
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Is the goal of team coaching just about developing better performing teams? Can team coaching also help create better leaders in organizations and the world? How can team coaches balance the roles of coach, facilitator, trainer and consultant in team coaching? Tune in to this week's episode of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe interviews Serhan Kuseyrioğlu--a Founder and Managing Partner at Elemental V based in Istanbul Turkey--to reveal the answer to these and...

Duration: 00:57:11


076: Dr. Jonathan Kirschner: Technology and Innovation in Coaching: The AIIR Approach

5/8/2017
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Will artificial intelligence and other disruptive technologies render coaches irrelevant? How can coaches embrace and integrate technology into their coaching practices rather than be freaked out or misguided by it? Tune in to this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe interviews special guest Dr. Jonathan Kirschner--Founder and CEO of AIIR Consulting--to answer these and other important questions. Dr. Jonathan Kirschner is Founder and CEO of AIIR...

Duration: 01:05:33


075: Art Pittman & Bob Costello: Sustaining Momentum in Team Coaching: An Agile Perspective

3/14/2017
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What can the Agile approach teach us about sustaining momentum in team coaching engagements? How do leaders and organizations need to evolve in order to enable a shift to agile teaming? Tune in to this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast with Host Dr. Krister Lowe and guests Art Pittman and Bob Costello to learn the answers to these and other intriguing questions. Art Pittman is a Leadership Coach with the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School, an Agile...

Duration: 01:12:24


074: Paul Allen: StrengthsFinder: Coaching the Hidden Potential of Individuals and Teams

2/28/2017
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What would be possible if schools and workplaces focused on cultivating people's strengths? Why is coaching the magic catalyst for unleashing the potential of strengths in individuals and teams? How can organizations move from a global average of 13% on engagement metrics to 70-80% through a strengths-based approach? Tune in to this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast with special guest Paul Allen--Global Strengths Evangelist with the Gallup organization--to explore these and...

Duration: 01:08:54


071: Richard Boyatzis, PhD: Creating Sustainable Change in Teams: Insights from Intentional Change Theory

1/10/2017
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Why do some team coaching engagements seem to get traction and create magic while others peter out and fail to produce results? Tune in to this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast with Host Dr. Krister Lowe and special guest Dr. Richard Boyatzis to discover the answer to this important question. Dr. Richard Boyatzis is the H.R. Horvitz Professor of Family Business, a Professor of Organizational Behavior and a Distinguished University University Professor at Case Western...

Duration: 00:54:14


2016 Year in Review

12/31/2016
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Join Dr. Krister Lowe, Host of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast, for this 2016 Year in Review. In the episode, Krister shares some reflections on: 1. The growth of the podcast 2. Some key events the TCZ hosted and sponsored in 2016 3. Five Key Takeaways on Team Coaching in 2016 Tune in to this episode to gain a perspective on some of the emerging themes and patterns in the TCZ and to set the stage for more Exploring of the Art & Science of Team Coaching in 2017!

Duration: 00:34:07


070: Susan Coleman, J.D.: Coaching Women's Leadership Teams: A Case Study from Afghanistan

12/24/2016
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Can team coaching help address gender inequity in our societies? What role do women's leadership teams have in transforming our society and in building sustainable peace? Tune in to this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast to explore these questions and more with special guest Dr. Susan Coleman! Dr. Susan Coleman is the Host of The Peacebuilding Podcast, an internationally recognized mediator, and a team and systems coach with more than three decades of experience. She...

Duration: 01:06:15


069: Olivier Compagne: Holacracy: A Complete System for Self-Organization

12/9/2016
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How can organizations upgrade their operating models to adapt more effectively in an increasingly VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) world? Tune in to this week's episode of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast with guest Olivier Compagne of HolacracyOne to find out. Olivier is a Partner at HolacracyOne as well as a seasoned consultant and coach with years of experience supporting companies transitioning to Holacracy. In this episode of the podcast learn about Olivier's journey from...

Duration: 01:02:13


068: Gordon Curphy, PhD: The Rocket Model: Practical Advice for Building High Performing Teams

12/1/2016
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Does building a high performing team require knowledge of rocket science? Tune in to this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast to discover the answer with guest Dr. Gordon Curphy--the Managing Partner of Curphy Leadership Solutions. Dr. Curphy is the author of 19 books including The Rocket Model: Practical Advice for Building High Performing Teams released in 2012. He is also the creator of Team Assessment Survey (TAS-II) based on the Rocket Model. Dr. Curphy has 30 years of...

Duration: 00:53:29


067: The Past, Present & Future of Team Coaching: A Conversation with Key Pioneers & Thought Leaders

11/21/2016
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What can we learn from the past and present of team coaching in order to understand its future? What role will team coaching play in helping build 21st century organizations that are fit for purpose? What challenges and opportunities currently face team coaching as an emergent niche area within the larger coaching field? Tune in to this special episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast to find out! This episode features a replay of a panel discussion on "The Past, Present and Future of...

Duration: 01:29:00

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