Team Advantage, Participant's Workbook: The Complete Coaching Guide for Team Transformation

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 28, 2010 - Business & Economics - 64 pages

A guide for leading extraordinary, sustainable team transformation

Team Advantage is a dynamic program that can transform your team through a proven development process— one that goes beyond the typical 2-day team-building event. The program is presented as an organizational "game" oriented around a stretch goal that is meaningful to you and your organization's success. Together the coach and team leader will focus on guiding you and your team members to new awareness, new agreements and extraordinary performance. The process includes four phases of team development that are implemented over the course of 16 weeks:

  • Pre-game preparation: Each member of your team is interviewed to set the stage for the program

  • Kick-off workshop: Your team creates their own game plan oriented around an extraordinary goal

  • Weekly coaching sessions: You and your other team members provide progress updates while supporting each other

  • Review of team accomplishments and transformation: Your team takes time to assimilate learning and celebrate your wins and your new level of communication

In addition to focusing on attainment of the stretch goal, the program leaves your team with a replicable process for continuing to grow together as you and your teammates accomplish their potential.


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Darelyn "DJ" Mitsch is a Master Certified Coach and former president of the International Coach's Federation (ICF). She is the founder of The Pyramid Resource Group, a corporate coaching company based in Cary, North Carolina.

Barry Mitsch is co-founder and vice president of The Pyramid Resource Group. He has been involved in training and development activities for more than 20 years. His background includes work in both technical and nontechnical training and he has designed and delivered classroom, self-instructional, and distance learning programs.

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