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How can Systemic Team Coaching help HR professionals become business savvy and move further-up the value chain in 2014?

Posted in Blog, Featured articles on December 27th, 2013 by

Xenergie will be holding a FREE breakfast seminar on Navigating Organisation Transformation through Systemic Team Coaching, Wed 22/01 in the Institute of Directors in Dublin 2 …

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The importance of Systemic Thinking in Business

Posted in Blog, Groups & teams, Systems thinking & consulting on November 12th, 2013 by

Systemic Team Coaching is relatively recent in terms of Coaching models, theory and practice and as leaders in the field, we are often asked to justify the approach and the benefits it brings to coaches, clients and end companies. So here is the what, how and why on Systemic Coaching.

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Join our last FREE Webinar on Group Coaching: a Practical Guide

Posted in Featured articles, Groups & teams on October 29th, 2013 by

These sessions are designed specifically for internal/external team coaches and for consultants/trainers who want to grow their practice.

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How to increase the return of your engagements through the Concept of Fractal Organisation in Systemic Coaching?

Posted in Blog, Featured articles, Groups & teams, Systems thinking & consulting on October 25th, 2013 by

Fractals are typically self-similar patterns, where self-similar means they are “the same from near as from far”

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Systemic Executive Team Coaching: Development, Assumptions and Interconnectedness

Posted in Blog, Groups & teams on August 28th, 2013 by

By Theresa Sigillito Hollema (current graduate of our Systemic Team Coaching Certificate) There is a new focus on the way we do business – a change is in the air, in the editorials and in the business schools.  The blind approach to profit has been discredited and new paradigms are emerging, including a systemic approach […]

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Why Team Coaching?

Posted in Blog, Enabling internal change agency, Featured articles, Groups & teams, Systems thinking & consulting on August 23rd, 2013 by

Bernard Chanliau PCC takes a pragmatic look at why team coaching can benefit organisations and coaching practitioners.

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Becoming accountable for being a team. Team bonding does not mean team building.

Posted in Blog, Enabling internal change agency, Groups & teams, Personal development on August 20th, 2013 by

Most of us have participated at sometime in our careers, the team bonding session that is in effect a jolly day out, on a golf course, race track or other public place.  Sometimes business is discussed, sometimes not- nearly always drink is involved, and everybody lets their hair down. It is, they say, good for […]

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Innovation for Aviation

Posted in Blog, Enabling internal change agency, Executive coaching, Featured articles, Groups & teams, Leadership, Organisational analysis, Personal development, Systems thinking & consulting on July 5th, 2013 by

What is really meant by the word innovation? In aviation, it can often be used as a term to drive incremental change, improve processes, and re-engineer processes.

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Self-Reflection on the Roller-Coaster ride with clients in Team Coaching

Posted in Blog, Featured articles, Groups & teams, Uncategorized on April 10th, 2013 by

The roller-coaster, transformational journey we go through in Systemic Team Coaching engagements (3-stages: Letting-go/downloading/Old self – Being Present/Now – Letting-come/New Self).

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Does Belbin knowledge really make a difference at team level?

Posted in Blog, Featured articles, Groups & teams on March 11th, 2013 by

During the last two weeks I had the chance to facilitate two team performance sessions with our clients using the Belbin methodology. Please follow and like us:

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