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Leadership Team Coaching: Developing Collective Transformational Leadership (Anglais) Relié – 3 avril 2011
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"[A] hearty introduction to those who aspire to become or to work with a team coach; Hawkins can help your teams reach their goals on the field or in the boardroom." (getAbstract, Inc. (about the previous edition)) --(getAbstract, Inc. (about the previous edition))
"[This book will] engage not only the coach-practitioner but also any leader curious to learn more about the dynamics of developing a team that has measurable and sustainable impact." (Jacqueline Scholes-Rhodes, Team Coach and author of Touchpoint Leadership) --(Jacqueline Scholes-Rhodes, Team Coach and author of Touchpoint Leadership) --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché.
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Organizations are most effective when the teams responsible for their success function to the best of their ability. When the relationships within the team work well and all members have a clear focus, the team is able to achieve goals more easily. Leadership Team Coaching is a roadmap for those who have the responsibility of developing a leadership team. It provides a thorough explanation of the key elements of team coaching and is filled with practical tools and techniques to facilitate optimum performance across virtual teams, international teams, executive boards and other teams.
The fully updated 3rd edition of Leadership Team Coaching brings together the latest research in leadership teams and team coaching along with numerous examples to illustrate how to develop people from disparate groups into a high-performing team. With new international case studies throughout as well as a new chapter on systemic coaching, the book covers the five disciplines of team performance, how to select team members, how the relationship of the coach and the team develops through stages, how CEOs can foster effective teams with shared leadership, how to choose the best team coach and more to facilitate effective leadership teams.--Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché.
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What the second edition offers is both an update and a meatier meal. There’s more of a focus on tools team leaders can use to coach their own teams – not the whole range of tools Peter Hawkins uses in his own team coaching, but specifically the ones that CEOs have applied themselves. He also addresses the matter of selecting the right team members, which is all too often overlooked in a world of gut reactions and nicey-nicey team builds. And he tackles the wild frontier of coaching multiple teams on how best to partner in order to deliver on their shared endeavour.
Essential reading for team coaches, and for intelligent leaders looking to shift their team leadership to the next level.
I commend Hawkins for offering a practical and detailed framework that is useful for both coaches and leaders who are new to team coaching and experienced coaches like me who want to develop their knowledge further in this area.
Hawkins's "outside in" method first asks about "who the team is there to serve and what those people need and want from the team" (pg. 34) vs. focusing on the team itself and then later looking at client and other stakeholder perspectives as an afterthought.
Hawkins also describes the unique coaching needs of management teams, project teams, virtual teams, client or customer account teams, and boards. From there he discusses how to find good team coaches and appropriately review their work, and how to develop and supervise team coaches. He ends with a section on method, tools and techniques, including a description of the Team 360 assessment process.All of this is wrapped up in Hawkins's hope that systemic coaching will make a difference in the world:
"In serving the organization I need to ensure that the work with the individual or team is not an end in itself, but is enabling that individual and team to more effectively lead and manage the organization through its next phase of development so that organization can fulfill its potential and make a better contribution to the wider world...the current nature of world challenges demands that all human beings think and act in new ways." (pg. 208)
Leadership Team Coaching is THE book I have wanted to see written in the last few years; It has so much potential to guide team coaching practice. I anticipate that it will become a benchmark guide for this emerging field. It will certainly be my benchmark!
Catherine Carr, CEC, M.Ed., Doctoral candidate in coaching, Middlesex University