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Organizations are most effective when the teams accountable for the organization's success are performing to the best of their abilities. When the relationships within the team work well and all members of the team have a clear focus, the team has a significant impact on achieving goals and building business.

Leadership Team Coaching is aimed at people who have the responsibility to encourage and develop a team. It provides a thorough understanding of the role and importance of ...

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Overview

Organizations are most effective when the teams accountable for the organization's success are performing to the best of their abilities. When the relationships within the team work well and all members of the team have a clear focus, the team has a significant impact on achieving goals and building business.

Leadership Team Coaching is aimed at people who have the responsibility to encourage and develop a team. It provides a thorough understanding of the role and importance of the team to organizational objectives and provides practical tools and techniques to facilitate effective team performance. Offering a practical road map with numerous examples, Peter Hawkins brings together the latest research to illustrate how to develop people from disparate groups into a high performing team to transform a business.

The second edition is completely updated to look at the latest changes at the world of leadership teams and team coaching. It takes an in-depth look at the area of coaching the board and includes a new chapter on training leadership team coaches as well as new case material across sectors internationally.

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Editorial Reviews

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Hawkins (leadership, Henley Management College) provides a guide for team coaches and leaders to tools and techniques that facilitate effective leadership team performance. After detailing the key elements of a high-performance leadership team, he describes the five disciplines of team performance; the new craft of team coaching; how the relationship of the coach and the team develops through stages; ways of coaching each of the disciplines; other types of teams, such as management, project, virtual, international, customer or client account teams, and the board; and finding, selecting, assessing, working with, training, developing, and supervising coaches. —Book News Inc.  

"Leadership Team Coaching is a practical guide loaded with plenty of examples and much to succeed, a strongly recommended choice." -Midwest Book Review

Reviews from Amazon reviewers:
"[Hawkins'] pragmatic and well researched approach gives the reader insights which he has gained from many years in doing just what he writes about- coaching leadership teams. His writing style is engaging using examples and anecdotes to illustrate learning points." -Padraig

"...a welcome addition to the new and evolving team coaching field... One of the most interesting propositions that Hawkins puts forward is that teams need to do regular stakeholder analyses and broaden their coaching focus beyond just the interpersonal dynamics and internal workings of the team... a practical and detailed framework that is useful for both coaches and leaders who are new to team coaching and experienced coaches like me who want to develop their knowledge further in this area. " -Jacqueline Peters, Leadership Coach and Consultant 

"Leadership Team Coaching is THE book I have wanted to see written in the last few years; It has so much potential to guide team coaching practice. I anticipate that it will become a benchmark guide for this emerging field. It will certainly be my benchmark!" - Catherine Carr, CEC, Counselling Victoria

Personnel Psychology - Richard J. Chagnon

"[W]ell researched and practical volume... In Hawkins’ Leadership Team Coaching, we find an excellent guide for developing the coaches who will help us to ensure success at every level. By building on the best research on teams and the coaches that support them, Hawkins has succeeded in giving up a practical set of tools to ensure a bright future for our companies in which these teams can work and grow."
Leadership Coach and Consultant - Jacqueline Peters

"[A] welcome addition to the new and evolving team coaching field... One of the most interesting propositions that Hawkins puts forward is that teams need to do regular stakeholder analyses and broaden their coaching focus beyond just the interpersonal dynamics and internal workings of the team... a practical and detailed framework that is useful for both coaches and leaders who are new to team coaching and experienced coaches like me who want to develop their knowledge further in this area."
Counselling Victoria - Catherine Carr

"Leadership Team Coaching is THE book I have wanted to see written in the last few years; It has so much potential to guide team coaching practice. I anticipate that it will become a benchmark guide for this emerging field. It will certainly be my benchmark!"
Midwest Book Review - Internet Bookwatch

"Leadership Team Coaching is a practical guide loaded with plenty of examples and much to succeed, a strongly recommended choice."
Inc. - getAbstract

"Peter Hawkins - a coach with experience in industry, education and government - deftly explains who leadership team coaches are, what they do, and what tools and techniques they use. getAbstract recommends this hearty introduction to those who aspire to become or to work with a team coach; Hawkins can help your teams reach their goals on the field or in the boardroom."
Book News, Inc. - Eithne O'Leyne

"Hawkins (leadership, Henley Management College) provides a guide for team coaches and leaders to tools and techniques that facilitate effective leadership team performance. After detailing the key elements of a high-performance leadership team, he describes the five disciplines of team performance; the new craft of team coaching; how the relationship of the coach and the team develops through stages; ways of coaching each of the disciplines; other types of teams, such as management, project, virtual, international, customer or client account teams, and the board; and finding, selecting, assessing, working with, training, developing, and supervising coaches."
Team Coach and author of "Touchpoint Leadership" - Jacqueline Scholes-Rhodes

"Will engage not only the coach-practitioner but also any leader curious to learn more about the dynamics of developing a team that has measurable and sustainable impact."
Dr. Mike Monro Turner

"The best book yet on team coaching."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780749469702
  • Publisher: Kogan Page, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 3/28/2014
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 360
  • Sales rank: 740,379
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Peter Hawkins is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School and founder and emeritus Chairman of Bath Consultancy Group and chairman of Renewal Associates. He is also visiting professor in Leadership and Change at the University of Bath School of Management and in Executive Coaching at Oxford Brookes University School of Management.  Over the last 30 years he has worked with many leading companies internationally, co-designing and facilitating major change and organizational transformation projects and coaching Boards and Leadership Teams.

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Table of Contents


List of Figures
List of Tables
Foreword
Acknowledgments

Introduction to the second edition

Part I High-performing teams

01 Why the world needs more high-performing leadership teams
The changing challenge for teams
Are leadership teams ready to respond?
The challenge to the leadership development and coaching industry
Conclusion

02 The high-performing team and the transformational leadership team
Introduction
Do you need to be a team?
Effective teams
High-performing teams
High-performing transformational leadership teams
Conclusion

03 The five disciplines of successful team practice
Introduction
The five disciplines
Connecting the disciplines
Conclusion

Part II Team coaching

04 What is team coaching?
Introduction
History of team coaching
Limiting assumptions concerning team coaching
Defining team coaching
The extended team coaching continuum
The who of team coaching
Conclusion

05 The team coaching process
Introduction
The role of the team coach
The CID-CLEAR relationship process
The CLEAR way of structuring an individual event
The team leader as team coach
Conclusion

06 Coaching the five disciplines: systemic team coaching
Introduction
Discipline 1: Commissioning and re-commissioning
Discipline 2: Clarifying
Discipline 3: Co-creation
Discipline 4: Connecting
Discipline 5: The core learning
Coaching the interconnections between the disciplines
Conclusion

Part III Coaching different types of teams

07 Many types of teams
Introduction
Types of teams
Management teams
Project teams
Virtual teams
International teams
Client or customer account teams
Inter-group coaching
Conclusion

08 Coaching the board
Introduction
The growing challenges for boards
Coaching the board
Clarifying the role of the board: Disciplines 1 and 2
The dynamics of the board: Discipline 3
Coaching the board on how it connects: Discipline 4
Coaching the board on how it learns and develops: Discipline 5
Conclusion

Part IV Creating shared leadership, selecting, developing and coaching your own team.

09 Selecting the players for a high-performing team
Introduction
Key selection principles
Selection process
Conclusion

10 Key steps for CEOs in creating a high-performing team with shared leadership
The journey for the team leader
The 12 practices
Conclusion

11 How to find, select and work with a good team coach
Introduction
An approach to finding, selecting and working effectively with a quality team coach
Conclusion
 
Part  V The development, supervision and tools of a systemic team coach

12 Developing as a team coach
Introduction
The transition
Stepping into the role: the necessary demeanour
The core capabilities
Team coach dilemmas
Conclusion

13 Supervising team coaching
Introduction
What is supervision?
Different contexts for supervising team coaching
The six-step team coaching supervision model
Reflections on the six-step supervision process
Conclusion

14 Team coaching methods, tools and techniques
Introduction and principles for using tools and methods
When to use which tools and methods
Conclusion

15 Conclusion
Introduction
Who or what does team coaching serve? Overcoming the Parsifal trap
An agenda for moving forward

Glossary
Recommended reading
Resources for finding team coaches and team coach training
Bibliography
Index

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    Sports coaching skills transfer well to coaching organizational leadership teams. Peter Hawkins – a coach with experience in industry, education and government – deftly explains who leadership team coaches are, what they do, and what tools and techniques they use. getAbstract recommends this hearty introduction to those who aspire to become or to work with a team coach; Hawkins can help your teams reach their goals on the field or in the boardroom.

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