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Team Coaching - Striving for Greatness

Monday, July 15, 2024, 5:00 PM until 6:30 PM
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Team Coaching - Striving for Greatness
Presented by Paul Lawrence

In this workshop we will be reviewing the current state of play in team coaching, identifying current areas of disagreement and debate. Participants will be invited to navigate their way through these arguments with reference to the 3Ps framework, further clarifying their team coaching model and approach. Paul will illustrate the evolution of a personal team coaching model with reference to his own model, based on years of practice and two years meta-research. He will share 15 cool ideas that emerged from that research and show how those ideas translate into practical application.

Learning Objectives:

  • Achieve a broad understanding of the research and literature on team effectiveness. Learn the 15 ‘cool ideas’ that emerged from the research, and their practical application
  • Understand how to conduct initial engagements with a prospective client, and remain aligned with client for duration of an assignment
  • Further appreciate the importance of dialogue, team dynamics and systems thinking in working with teams and what that means for the practical practitioner

About Paul Lawrence: 

After completing a PhD in Psychology, Paul embarked upon a corporate career with BP plc, leading teams and businesses in the UK, Spain, Portugal, Australia and Japan. He played leadership roles in growing new retail businesses and turning round acquired businesses, culminating in the role of COO for a retail business in Japan. After fourteen years in line roles, Paul transitioned into leadership development roles, starting with a global role for BP leading their first-ever global leadership program, a program designed for 5,000 leaders across the world. Paul moved to Sydney in 2003 before starting his own business in 2007. He now has almost 5,000 coaching hours working with individuals, groups and teams and works with organisations to build leading-edge leadership development programs tied to the strategic aspirations of the business. Paul has published more than a dozen academic articles and book chapters and has authored and co-authored six books: Leading Change: How Successful Leaders Approach Change Management, Coaching in Three Dimensions: Meeting the Challenges of a Complex World and The Tao of Dialogue, Coaching Systemically: Five Ways of Thinking About Systems, The Team Leader Instruction Manual and The Wise Leader. Paul has taught coaching and leadership at the Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong and is an Honorary Research Associate at Oxford Brookes University. 

Credit Information: 
Core Competencies: 1.25
Resource Development: 0.25
**Real-time participation is required to earn CCEUs**

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