Coaching in Context: Team Coaching Dilemmas in Need of Super-vision
This Session is Eligible for 1.0 Coach Continuing Education Units (.5 CC & .5 RD)
SPEAKER: Dr. Laura Hauser, MCC, EISA, ITCA
DATE: September 9, 2022
TIME: 11 a.m. Pacific
Dr. Laura Hauser, faculty at Fielding, brings over 30 years of experience and research as an enterprise-wide coach, consultant, and educator. While based in Los Angeles, the impact of her work has been welcomed into executive offices and on the shop floor at companies across North America and Europe.
Recognized as a pioneer in the research and practice of leadership and team coaching, Dr. Laura’s work has been showcased during conferences, podcasts, and publications in academic journals, practitioner magazines and edited books. She conducted the first empirical research study (2012) that revealed the dynamic roles team coaches play, and knowledge base they use, when coaching teams in the workplace. This served as the basis for her proprietary ICF accredited Team Coaching Operating System® program designed for organizations who want to foster a more engaged and inclusive workplace culture. She is one of the few coaches in the world who holds the distinction of PhD, Master Certified Coach (MCC), and credentials from the EMCC as a coach supervisor and as a master-level team coach.
Speaker: Dr. Laura Hauser
Dr. Laura Hauser
Coaching teams in the workplace is more complex than coaching individuals. And the dilemmas coaches face exponentially intensify when working with teams and considering its systemic environment. Super-vision has become more valuable than ever in this highly specialized and exploding context of coaching teams.
Join Dr. Laura and your peers for an interactive conversation about team coaching dilemmas. Learn how team coaching super-vision helped turn around a potentially failed team coaching engagement. Walk away with practical guidelines for the selection of a team coach super-visor in this challenging and demanding area of work.