Leadership Team Coaching: Developing Collective Transformational Leadership

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Kogan Page Publishers, Apr 3, 2011 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
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Organisations are most effective when the teams accountable for the organisation's success are performing to the best of their abilities. When the relationships within the team work well, and all members of the team have a clear focus the team has a significant impact on achieving goals and building business. Leadership Team Coaching is aimed at anyone whose role it is to encourage and develop a team. Providing a thorough understanding of the role and importance the team has in contributing to an organizations objectives, it provides the practical tools and techniques to facilitate effective team performance. It includes guidance on all the key areas of team coaching, including coaching the board and supervising team coaching and how a team can engage effectively with key stake holders in a collective manner. Offering a practical road map with numerous examples, Leadership Team Coaching brings together the latest research to teach you how you can develop people from disparate groups into a high performing team to transform your business.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
PART One Highperforming Teams
5
Part Two Team Coaching
45
Part Three Coaching Different Types of Teams
101
Part Four Selecting Developing and Supervising Team Coaches
139
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Peter Hawkins is a leader in Executive Coaching, President of the Association of Professional Executive Coaches and Supervisor and Visiting Professor at the University of Bath, School of Management and Oxford Brookes University. He has coached senior teams for 25 years, including the executive team of a FTSE 100 company.

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