Hosted by the International Coaching Federation and presented by Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour.
How do teams adapt to the new demands of work?
A 60-minute interactive session to share best practice and ideas with other team coaches when working in a virtual/hybrid setting.
Other Sessions included in this series:
Resilience and Agility: Webinar 1 – Cultivating Resilience in Teams: Coaching through Change and Disruption | 20th January 2022
Resilience and Agility: Webinar 2 – How team coaches can support teams to be resilient in the face of conflict | 17th February 2022
Resilience and Agility: Team Coaches on a Couch | 3rd March 2022
Lucy is an executive and team coach, author, leadership consultant and lead tutor in team coaching at Henley Business School. Lucy is also a UK ICF Associate Board Member and the UK ICF lead for team coaching. Lucy is an ICF PCC credentialed coach and has an MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change. During her corporate career, Lucy worked at board level as an HR director and led award-winning teams.
Lucy has developed a unique team coaching framework, ‘Creating the Team Edge’, that has been proven to accelerate team performance for many executive and senior teams.
Over the last 18 months on behalf of ICF Global, Lucy has co-led robust in-depth research into team coaching competencies. This work has been summarised in an academic journal article published by the International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring in August 2020. Lucy also represented the UK ICF in developing the new Global ICF team coach competencies. Along with this work, Lucy has co- authored a book on team coaching “Building Top Performing Teams” (Kogan Page 2021) and contributed a chapter with Paul J Barbour to Professor Jonathan’s Passmore’s new book “The Coaches’ Handbook”.
Paul J Barbour
Paul J Barbour, MSc, is an executive and team coach. He is a writer and speaker with strong interests in team coaching and conflict resolution. Paul is also a Lead Tutor on team coaching at Henley Business School.
Paul’s interest in the psychology of teams began during a successful 20-year career as a senior leader in Kerry Group PLC, one of the world’s largest food and ingredients businesses. His experience within Kerry Group included: the leadership of large multi-location commercial teams; lead roles in integrating newly purchased businesses, and leading large-scale business transformation projects.
As an executive and team coach, Paul works with individuals and teams in a range of organisations from SME’s, global blue-chip organisations, tech start-ups, the 3rd sector, and public sector organisations, including the NHS and Universities.
An award-winning student on the Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change, Paul was also awarded ‘Best Newcomer’ to Personal Construct Psychology at the 14th Biennial European Personal Construct Association Conference. Paul is a writer and speaker with strong interests in conflict resolution, human needs, and team coaching. Passionate about how we all need to collaborate better, he has co-authored a book with Lucy Widdowson on team coaching.