Team coaching: systemic approach is ‘vital’

Academy of executive coaching annual conference, 9 November 2012, London

Team coaching: systemic approach is ‘vital’
Knowing when to start team coaching can be tricky, say two team coaching experts.
“Do you wait until the team is stable or start where they are? It’s very fluid and there are no clear answers,” said Louise Buckle, lead coach at KPMG, who co-presented with executive coach Hilary Lines at the Academy of Executive Coaching’s annual conference on 9 November.
Buckle said taking a systemic approach is vital when doing team coaching as most people belong to more than one team.

“The systemic approach is so important because rarely do you find anyone who is part of just one team. [People] get pulled in lots of directions and arrive at the table with baggage from the last team. There is an individualistic targeted culture at KPMG – are you part of us or not?”, said Buckle, who was recently working with two teams and had one person in both.

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