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Coaching the Team at Work 2

Coaching the Team at Work 2

‘This book is a must for anyone involved in organizational coaching’ Adrian Moorhouse, Managing Director, Lane4 & Olympic Gold Medallist

Coaching the Team at Work 2 is the result of research over 20 years with practising team coaches and with major corporations around the world. It recognises that in a complex and constantly evolving business and social environment, teams can only keep up if they adapt frequently. But to adapt, they must have clarity about their internal and external systems and how these contribute to or undermine performance. There are multiple aspects of team function that underpins performance – and each influences and is influenced by the others. This revised edition explores the six most significant aspects:

* Purpose and motivation
* Systems and processes relating to external stakeholders
* Relationships, especially within the team
* Systems and processes relating to internal functions (such as quality and decision-making)
* Learning (how the team adapts to keep up with the pace of change)
* Leadership (how the functions of leadership are exercised within the team)

When these aspects are aligned, a team can perform at its best; but when any one or more of the aspects is malfunctioning, the result is underperformance.

This book helps team coaches develop their skills to support teams in understanding these complex dynamics and, as a result, in developing more effective ways of working together.
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Genre: Economics, Finance, Business & Management

On Sale: 19th March 2020

Price: £25

ISBN-13: 9781529352313

Reviews

This book is a must for anyone involved in organizational coaching. It gives a framework for team coaching that will significantly move our industry forward. As someone whose career has moved from one application of coaching (in sport), to another (now, in business), it has added further understanding to a lifelong journey!
Adrian Moorhouse, Managing Director, Lane4 & Olympic Gold Medallist
David's new book is practical and pragmatic and brings in a wealth of research and experience while remaining very readable.
Myles Downey, author of Effective Coaching and Director of Studies at The School of Coaching
Clear and direct, packed with useful and practical advice on how to develop coaching processes to ensure increased effectiveness, whether as a coach, a manager, or a member of the board.
Jan Kingsley, Director of Corporate Services, European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD)