Team or Group Coaching
Focuses on team dynamics, interpersonal relationships, stakeholder interaction, and team efficacy.
May include one-on-one coaching with the team leader(s) or others on the team.
Often involves observing the team in action with actionable feedback to the participants.
Optionally offers an informative and comprehensive team assessment.
May include relevant, topic-specific education for the team (e.g.: Managing Difficult Conversations).
Click the image to download an extract from our comprehensive Team 360 assessment report. This assessment evaluates perceptions of team members, stakeholders and others in relationship with the team.
Coaching for a group with a common agenda, such as cross- functional leaders desiring to increase strategic agility.
May also be delivered to an intact team with a singular common goal.
Participants learn basic coaching skills and apply these in the group coaching setting.
Typical group coaching engagements do not assess stakeholder relationships.
May include relevant, topic-specific education for the group (e.g.: Managing Difficult Conversations).
Click the image to download an article written by our Managing Principal: Individual, Group or Team Coaching: What's the Difference?
Both approaches offer:
The benefits of coaching with broader scale
The ability to impact a work group, team, or common-purpose group
Partnership with a coach specifically trained in the unique aspects of team or group coaching
Positive impact on participants' engagement and job satisfaction
How are these delivered?
Team or group coaching is conducted in-person or virtually.
Confidentiality is a requirement of participation in either team or group coaching.
Why Ibis Coaching?
We are specifically trained and certified in the unique aspects of team or group coaching.
We have run many successful coaching groups and worked with several teams.
We have educated other coaches on the nuances of group coaching.