Team coaching is not a panacea for all ills – sometimes it’s best just to say no

As team coaching goes more mainstream, we’re increasingly coming across the assumption that it is some kind of cure-all for team problems. Of course it’s not. Tempting though it is to accept assignments, it’s important not only to manage expectations of client teams and sponsors, but where necessary, to turn down the work. More and more, we’re seeing team coaches bring to supervision issues relating...

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