TEAM COACHING SUPERVISION
WHO IS THE PROGRAM FOR?
The program is designed for experienced supervisors (at least five years practice) of one-to-one coaches who want to add Team Coaching to their portfolio.
Holders of the EMCC Global ESIA award and APECS accredited supervisors will automatically be eligible for meeting the entry criteria to the programme. Other forms of applied prior supervision experience and learning will also be taken into account. All potential participants will be interviewed in advance of acceptance on the program.
WHAT WILL THE PROGRAM LEAD TO?
This will be the pilot for evaluating the feasibility of accrediting Team Coach Supervisors. How this will be acknowledged is part of the pilot study.
WHAT WILL THE PROGRAM COVER?
There will be six 2 -hour modules, delivered online via Zoom, interspersed with five 2-hour Practicums. Prework for the program will include extensive reading (estimated 20 hours). You will be required to enlist at least three team coaches as practice subjects for the duration of the program and a total of five for your reflection logs. We will assist you in finding suitable volunteers.
- Clarifying the difference between team and individual coaching and between team coaching and other interventions, such as process consultancy and team building
- The stages of a team coaching assignment: where coaches most often run into difficulties and how supervisors can help
- The competencies and personal qualities required in team coaches
- The link with personal maturity
- The issues team coaches bring to supervision
- The support coaches need from their supervisor (formative, normative and restorative)
- Review of the two primary models of systemic (Hawkins) and complex adaptive systemic (Clutterbuck) team coaching and the role of the supervisor
- How the client – coach—supervisor system is complicated by the addition of team dynamics
- Working with patterns and levers in a complex, adaptive system
- How to support a team coach in developing greater awareness of what is going on in the room
- Projection, counter-projection and other interpersonal dynamics
- Common derailers (e.g. the non-team-player)
- The multiple contracts within a team coaching assignment – managing the conflicts
- Unless a team is very small, it is normally recommended that coaches work in pairs.
- Contracting between team coaches
- Team coach to team coach
- Team coach with themselves
- The coaching dyad as a team—role modelling, projection and other hidden influences
- Presentations of reflective learning[LL1] from your practice sessions with team coach supervisees
- Presentation of your development plan as a team coach supervisor
Team coaching is an exciting and challenging emerging professional dimension of coaching.
Team coaching is the fastest growing area of coaching but the number of supervisors, who have sufficient and relevant experience in team coaching is very limited. One estimate is that the world will need 150,000 new team coaches over the next five years. This program is your opportunity to incorporate team coaching supervision into your practice. It is led by leading global authorities on team coaching and on supervision, with guest appearances from other highly experienced team coach supervisors.