Team coaching requires good foundations, including the core competency of meeting ethical guidelines and professional standards By Georgina Woudstra   In the last issue (vol 14, issue 5) I shared the ECS Team Coaching Competencies Framework as a guide to the art of team coaching. Although these competencies appear simple, team coaching is far more complex in action because each team member arrives with different thoughts, feelings, energy and history. Ultimately, our aim is for team members to join together and channel their energy towards a common purpose. This requires them to connect differently. The journey begins with Setting the […]

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