Hosted by the International Coaching Federation and presented by Katrina Kanelidou.
How do teams adapt to the new demands of work?
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:
Katerina is a leadership and team coach, with 25 years’ experience working with teams and individuals as a coach, trainer, mentor, and therapist. She works with leaders and teams from around the world supporting them to create healthy and high value workplaces, and positive sustainable change. Her coaching style is holistic, integrating creatively her multifaceted background. Katerina is founder of Six Steps Ahead, co-founder of Team Coaching Global Alliance, co-founder of CoachActivism, and global co-leader of the ICF “Team and Group Coaching” community of practice. She is also Faculty member of the International Coach Academy, member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council, and member of the Coaching Climate Alliance.
Other Sessions in this series:
Resilience and Agility: Webinar 1 – Cultivating Resilience in Teams: Coaching Through Change & Disruption | 20th January 2022
Resilience and Agility: Thinking Space | 3rd February 2022
Resilience and Agility: Team Coaches on a Couch | 3rd March 2022