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Resilience And Agility: How Do Teams Adapt To The New Demands Of Work








For Coaches


£ 125 ICF Members / £149 non ICF Members

Hosted by the International Coaching Federation.

Our world of work is ever changing. The impact of Covid 19 has placed more pressure on teams to be resilient, adapt to new working practices and communicate effectively. This series of webinars helps team coaches to explore some of the key challenges facing teams and how they can help teams flourish in these challenging times.

We are delighted to offer a series of four highly interactive and practical sessions to further explore how you can build truly resilient and agile teams.

What is included?

1. Cultivating Resilience in Teams: Coaching Through Change & Disruption

As the world of work continues to change, leaders and their teams are looking to adapt, grow and learn while meeting business challenges. Many organizations have provided support to increase resilience at the individual level. Yet, this is not enough. How do we move beyond this to build resilience capability within teams and to embed it within organizational culture? How can we ensure that we learn from the past and enable teams to be agile and to effectively manage change and the opportunities and challenges that come with it?

Session Outcomes. By the end of the session participants will have:

  • Dialogue on current challenges facing teams
  • A real-life team coaching scenario – “From Surviving to Thriving”
  • Tips and tools for building resilience at the team and organizational level
  • Experience engaging team coaching apps (e.g. MURAL, polls) to support hybrid teams

Thinking Space

A 60-minute interactive session to share best practice and ideas with other team coaches.

WHEN: 3rd February 2022 5:00 – 6:00 PM UK Time


2. How Team Coaches Can Support Teams To Be Resilient In The Face Of Conflict

As the challenges of the world continue (pandemic, climate, etc), teams are expected to continue performing under new contexts, structures, and sometimes even purpose. The resilience of the team is tested; the urgency, new conditions, or uncertain situation can increase the stress and impact the ability of the members to address conflict. In this workshop we are going to identify how resilient teams really look like, and what makes them resilient; we are going to explore the role of the team coach when developing resilience and the connection between resilience and conflict management in a team. We will have time to share best practices, examples and participants will leave with tools and tips they can immediately apply.

Session Outcomes. By the end of the session participants will have:

  • Identified the characteristics of a resilient team
  • Insights into factors that contribute to make teams resilient
  • Clarified the role of the team coach in creating resilient teams
  • Understood the connection between resilience and conflict
  • Learned tools and tips to improve their practice as a team coach when it comes to the resilience of the team, the psychological safety, and the conflict management

WHEN: 17th February 2022 5:00 – 6:30 PM UK Time


Team Coaches On A Couch

A 60-minute session with two experienced team coaches to ask any questions about practical aspects of developing resilience in teams.

WHEN: 3rd March 2022 5:00 – 6:00 PM UK Time


Who is it suitable for?

  • Experienced team coaches wanting to adapt their practice to a virtual setting
  • Team coaches looking to expand their knowledge and share best practice with other team coaches
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