Presence is a tricky problem for team coaches, notes Erik de Haan. You want to help the team reflect, but you also want it to be in charge

  Obviously, as a team coach you want to help a team to reflect more deeply, to innovate and become stronger at addressing and resolving issues. Team coaching is different from team building or team facilitating or team chairing: in a coach role, you cannot just claim your presence and ‘lead’ the...

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