November ICF Chapter Meeting
Exploring the Power of Team Coaching - An overview, a client panel and an experience
The ICF Singapore Chapter Team Coaching Community of Practice, welcomes you to an evening of immersion in team coaching.
Divided into three parts, the evening will include:
- a brief review of the best best bits from books by leading practitioners
- a panel discussion with experienced team coaches
- an experience of a team coaching activity aimed at building trust and safety in teams
As coaching clients around the globe begin to truly understand the impact of one-to-one coaching, it's no surprise that coaches are increasingly applying their skills to teams and helping them get powerful results using a coaching approach.
Like anything new, the question 'What is team coaching?' is still being discovered and debated - is it facilitation? consulting? action learning? While we do not propose to know the 'correct' answer (we can have that debate another evening), tonight we want to give you an experience of team coaching by exploring it from three angels. We'll start by sharing the best bits of learning books written by expert practitioners; we will facilitate a panel discussion of team coaches talking about their practice and finally we will immerse you in an experiential activity used to help team members explore and build trust in order to do their best work together.
We hope you can join us for an exciting evening.
Anisha Kaul, PCC, CPCC, CTPC
An organisational psychologist by training, over the past two decades Anisha has coached leaders and teams across all industries and functions. Her passion for leadership development began while working as a management consultant on the people-side of large-scale transformation programs. Anisha draws on frameworks including Immunity to Change, Theory U, Action Learning and Systemic Team Coaching to create an environment of safety and collaboration for team members to strengthen their relationships, exchange ideas and align on solutions. Actively involved in the coaching community, Anisha served as president of the ICF Singapore Chapter from 2014-2016.
Saba Hasanie, MBA, PCC
An Executive Coach and Facilitator with global experience across North America, Europe and Asia. She combines her commercial experience in M&A with her neuroscience-based approach to behavioral change. Saba is passionate about helping people and dedicated to contributing to the community and coaching profession. Saba is currently pursing he Doctorate in Applied Neuroscience for Leadership. Saba sat on the Executive Committee of the ICF for three consecutive years, finally serving as VP-President of ICF and Global Ethics Committee Chair and currently serves on the Nomination and Selection Panel.
Hermann Ditzig, MSc., MA, ACC
An Executive and Leadership Coach with over 17 years experience coaching leaders. He has another 20 years experience as an OD and Learning professional designing and delivering corporate leadership programs. His personal leadership experience comes from his early service as a commissioned officer in the US Army, as a Partner and SVP in charge of the Asia-Pacific Management Development Business for a British consulting firm, and most recently having served on the Executive Committee of the Singapore chapter of the ICF since 2014 where he started and led the Research Committee in 2015 and served as the 2016-2017 President.
7:30-8:00pm - Networking / 8:00-9:15pm - Program
|Event Date||[ 27-Nov-2017 ] @ 7:30 pm|
|Event End Date||[ 27-Nov-2017 ] @ 9:15 pm|
|Location||Froth, No. 2 Finlayson Green, Ascott Raffles Place, Singapore 049247|