Team Coaching Certification
Become an ICF Certified Team Performance Coach (CTPC)
Four Powerful Team Assessments
Co-Active Coaching: The Book
"Co-Active Coaching remains the bible of coaching guides. . . . No other book gives you the tools, the skills, and the fundamentals to succeed."
—Stephen Covey, author of
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
Stay tuned for information about Phil's new book, Teams Unleashed.
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What’s wrong with being a “well-oiled machine?” you might ask. “Isn’t that the goal? Smooth-running, friction-free, rolling along”. Here’s the basic problem with that picture: it’s out of date.
Team Coaching International (TCI), a global professional services firm dedicated to helping clients create and maintain high-performing teams and organizations.
Gallup StrengthsFinder™ works beautifully with individuals and is a great tool to use as part of a team coaching assignment to uncover team member strengths.
The International Coach Federation (ICF) has approved Team Coaching International Certification courses for 60 CCE’s.
You would expect Google to do the search for “what makes great teams?” better than most anyone. These masters of search and analysis were on a quest some years back with that question in mind. Google was motivated by research that shows that software engineers that work together in groups “tend to innovate faster, see… [Read More]
Team Coaching International has developed an online course called Understand & Access the Tools, that experienced group and team coaches can take and become licensed in four team diagnostics. This is a self-study, online course. Your pace. Your convenience. Any time. Anywhere. For coaches, we expect that you have completed at least 40 hours of coach… [Read More]
Phil has some exciting news about his new book, Teams Unleashed, that will be released in early 2017. We can’t wait for the new book. View to hear Phil’s message.
Team Coaching is on the upswing! The Team Coaching Zone podcasts are a tremendous resource for you to keep in the know about what is happening in team coaching. As leaders in the field, TCI staff and practitioners have been featured four times in recent months. Recent TCI-related Podcasts on The Team Coaching Zone Phil Sandahl… [Read More]
Over the years we have accumulated a vast database of teams. Of course we are curious to see what we can learn by looking at the results. This lesson provides a sampling of that investigation. This is a rich source of information that can be used in many different ways. We invite you to use… [Read More]
Below is our recent webinar on Team Coaching International’s (TCI) survey results on the state of team coaching. We asked about the number of engagements, length, number of ongoing coaching sessions, average pricing. Did you miss the webinar on our survey results? Watch it now:
The invitation to write a proposal may be a milestone in the sales cycle—an opportunity to get one step closer to a client and a new project. The best proposal, though, is one you don’t have to write. A competitive field reduces the odds of landing the business. So, if possible, sidestep the formal proposal process entirely…. [Read More]
TCI is all about helping you grow a successful team performance business. We’ve prepared a sales document for you. It is an excellent resource for planning a call with a prospect or to use while meeting with a prospect. Download Team Coaching Sales Support (pdf)
The Team Leader View™ (TLV) is available as a sales tool. This webinar helps you learn how to easily bridge from the TLV to a full Team Diagnostic™ program.
Follow TCI Team Performance Coach™ Javier Carbajo, a graduate of the ROI Institute. In this informative webinar you will learn about the ROI methodology and engage in a collegial conversation about how to apply these principles to Team Coaching. Javier is passionate about helping coaches speak the language of business and bring measurable results to… [Read More]
At some point in your leadership career, you will probably be asked: what are some of strengths of the organization and how the organization can leverage it for better results and more success. If you think you can take your organization to new heights but you don’t know your strengths, think again. The key to… [Read More]
A collaborative and supportive work culture is an important criteria that decides whether an organization will succeed through fluctuating economic times. Employee productivity and morale are affected by the culture of the company, which in turn affects employee turnover rates that can cost organizations large amount of money. Culture also decides apt values suitable for… [Read More]
Employee productivity is a clear sign whether an organization will be successful or not. However, thankfully, there are ways to increase productivity within the organization. With team building activities that emphasize on building a trusting and winning culture, and by assessing the working environment through surveys, leaders will be able to make significant changes in… [Read More]
With survey after survey, report after report, the same disturbing message gets pinned to the organizational bulletin board: employee engagement is at an all-time low. According to a Gallup survey only 35% of US managers are engaged in their jobs. Another study reports that 69% of employees believe engagement is a problem in their organization…. [Read More]
More and more, organizations focus on teams as the key to competitive performance. Organizations are creating more teams, more varieties of teams, and putting pressure on teams to do more with less. What if there were a way to reliably improve team performance by 20% or more and actually reduce the stress on teams? What… [Read More]
Imagine a continuum with “work group” on one end and “team” at the other. With a work group, the group’s mission can be accomplished with each member operating independently. One facilitator / leader at the center of the circle can coordinate the efforts of the group to accomplish results. Except for occasional communication, interaction is… [Read More]