From Individual Coaching to Team Coaching
Now Enrolling for Summer 2021
Are you ready to help teams optimize their performance and effectiveness? Are you looking for an approach that is simple, creative, effective and can easily be applied?
Learn how to empower teams and enable them to step into their greatness by giving them the tools and skills to navigate today’s challenges. Learn how to move beyond working with the individuals of the team in order to work with the team as a whole. We help teams move from Reactive to Creative in order to enhance their team relationship and achieve their desired results.
ACT Leadership is partnered with The Brown School of Professional Studies to offer ACT’s Team Coaching Program. ACT is known for its simple, creative and effective coaching approach and methods that help individuals, teams and organizations make sustainable and transformative change that stick.
ACT Leadership is offering a virtual 3-month Team Program consisting of 2 modules that are 5 days total (3-day and 2-day) with an in-between project. This program is designed as a springboard for coaches ready to advance their competencies from individual to team coaching.
The intended audience includes coaches who have the responsibility for leading and/or facilitating teams. It is assumed that participants have experience with 1:1 coaching and working with teams.
Prerequisite: Graduate of the LPCC Program or certified by a coaching school or accredited coaching program. For non-LPCC grads, minimal bridging pre-work required.
Approved for 33.25 CCEs (26 Core Competency+ 7.25 Resource Development). Pending additional CCEs.
For coaches ready to advance their competencies from individual to
The total program length is 3 months consisting of 2 live Modules (3-days + 2-days & in-between project)
early bird $3,295
Eligible applicants will have successfully completed ACT’s Leadership & Performance Certification Coaching program (or an acceptable alternative)
Semester of Entry
Summer / Winter
How often have you sat in a team meeting asking yourself, “What are we trying to achieve here?” The statistics on team effectiveness highlights just how unproductive employees can be when they come together.
A recent HBR survey found the following:
- 37% of our time is spent in meetings
- Managers attend more than 60 meetings per month
- 25-50% of meeting time adds no value
- 39% admitted dozing off during a meeting
- >70% admitted bringing other work to meetings
- Cost to business: $37BN