[Paris 6e] ICF Paris International Workshop. Building Shared Leadership: The Practice and Presence of the Systemic Team Coach with Dr Hilary Lines – 20th February 2019
ICF Paris Île de France proposes
ICF Paris International 1-day Workshop
Building Shared Leadership:
The Practice and Presence of the Systemic Team Coach
Executive and Team Coach
Wednesday 20th February 2019
from 9:30 a.m. sharp to 5:30p.m.
at Forum 104, 104 rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris
(Métro Saint Placide or Montparnasse)
Programme – in English
Co-organised by Gabriela Buettner, Gaëlle Coqueblin,
Dana Lefeuvre and Jo Leymarie
The demand for team coaching is accelerating fast: Research in 2016 for the Ridler Report stated that 76% of organisations expected to increase their use of team coaching in the next two years, and rising numbers of coaches and consultants are building team coaching into their repertoire. So how do we provide team coaching that brings about tangible and sustained change in the ability of senior teams to lead? How do we develop our own leadership impact in a way that helps teams to provide greater value to the stakeholders that they strive to serve?
In this workshop, Dr Hilary Lines will share her approach to building shared leadership through systemic team coaching, drawing on her experience of coaching leaders and teams over the past 30 years. She will engage the group in an exploration of the challenges of coaching teams and the importance of holding a systemic lens to their work. She will look at how the approach, philosophy and presence that we embody as team coaches impacts on the coach-team relationship and the ability of the team to lead change with their stakeholders.
Participants will be invited to apply the concepts, frameworks and approaches presented to their own team coaching client work, drawing on the experience, challenge and support of other participants as well as Hilary’s own client stories and perspectives.
The workshop will address the following questions:
- What challenges do we face as team coaches, and what guiding principles and practices help us to anchor ourselves in our work?
- Why is it important to hold a systemic lens in team coaching work, and how can we use this to work at the ‘Touchpoints’ of real potential value?
- What are the relationship dynamics that can easily ensnarl us when coaching a team, and how can we work with them in a constructive way?
- What is the shape of a typical systemic team coaching programme?
- How do we bring our own leadership presence and authority to the team coaching relationship? And how can we increase our resourcefulness at the relationship touchpoints to enhance the value we bring?
Hilary will draw on the group present to identify any other areas of particular interest and focus.
Hilary Lines is an executive and team coach, educator, facilitator and author, with over 30 years’ experience of working with senior leaders in a range of sectors across the world. She helps leaders and teams find new ways of relating and leading that ignite energy and deliver results.
Hilary leads the Academy of Executive Coaching (London) Master Diploma in Systemic Team Coaching, the world’s first programme in Systemic Team Coaching. She was a founding member of the faculty in 2010, working with Professor Peter Hawkins and John Leary-Joyce. She is also on the faculty of Teleos Leadership Institute’s ICF accredited Coach Development Programme.
Prior to running her own executive and team coaching practice, Hilary was Global Head of Partner and Leadership Development at PwC Consulting, where she pioneered and led ground breaking programmes aimed at enabling partners to build sustained board level relationships and to develop high performing client facing teams.
Hilary is co-author of ‘Touchpoint Leadership: Creating collaborative energy cross teams and organisations’ (Kogan Page 2013, with Jacqui Scholes-Rhodes), and ‘Systemic Team Coaching’ (AoEC Press, 2018, with John Leary-Joyce). She is also author of ‘Coaching the Commissioning and Clarifying: A case study of a professional services firm’, in ‘Leadership Team Coaching in Practice’, edited by Peter Hawkins, second edition, 2018.
95€ (ICF members) – 165 € (non-members) (only via on-line payment).
Includes coffee and refreshments. Lunch not included.
Maximum number of attendees: 29
This event will provide ICF coaches with 5 core competency CCEUs and 1 resource development CCEU.
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