PDF-InformationTeam Coaching

Within a very short period of time, emotional, sometimes conflictive dynamics can arise within groups, departments and teams. Employees relate to each other, which leads to cooperation and competition among them. This is a source of insecurity for leaders because they cannot relate to this dynamic. In this workshop, you will learn how to support your team through coaching without solving the team's problem for them.

Key objectives

Identifying situations that are suitable for team coaching
Mastering intervention techniques and conversation behavior
Practicing conversation techniques for group situations
Being aware of group dynamics within teams
Advising teams in conflicts
No need to be afraid of conflict!

Course content

One's usual role in groups
Developmental phases of groups
One's own conflict behavior in groups
Conflicts and conflict-solving strategies
Handling emotions in conversations
Exercises for questions-oriented conversation technique
Role change between coach and team leader

Who should attend

Leaders who supervise teams, departments or project groups and who would like to support people in solving their problems themselves. Employees who supervise team members not reporting to them and who must therefore rely on coaching as a guidance tool.

Your benefit

You will be introduced to conversation techniques that will help you support teams in solving their conflicts and problems themselves. Depending on the situation, you will select the appropriate role, thus facilitating the team's long-term development, which will eventually take a burden off you as a leader.


Introductory presentations
Practice and feedback
Practical role-play
Peer-to-peer consultation
Analysis of actual cases
Reflection on personal experiences

Maximum number of participants: 12

This workshop can be booked as an in-house event.

Duration: 3 days

Location: Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Russia

Participant quote: "I have discovered a role which was entirely new to me and I am excited about the fact that I do no longer have to solve all my team's problems."


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