Team Coaching Workshop

Cooperation, trust, and communication could make or break the success of a team. That’s why most companies arrange for team-building seminars; so that groups who work together within an organization can improve their working relationships with one another and learn how to play off one another’s strengths.

Our Team Coaching Workshop offers a comprehensive approach to the improvement of teamwork. Regardless of the kind of industry your team belongs to, you can learn how to get everyone working together in a better way that’s conducive to productivity.

Who this is for:

Teams belonging to any type of corporation or organization

What you will learn:

  1. How to create an atmosphere conducive for sharing, learning, and cooperating
  1. How to promote trust in one another for a better working environment
  1. How to establish effective communication within the department or company for higher work production
  1. How to help build structure in the organization for systematic work procedures
  1. How to create a sense of self that works for the company instead of the individual
  1. How to inspire participants to become self-motivated employees and executives
  1. How to improve communication and relationships


  1. A more unified team
  1. Openness and helpfulness among team members
  1. The ability to identify one another’s strengths and help one another improve where they have room to learn
  1. A team that supports and works together, rather than a team of finger-pointers


TalkShop uses Integrated Language Teaching. This means 30% of the course is comprised of facilitator-based discussions while 70% is dedicated to an interactive learning experience through:

  • Practical Role-play Scenarios
  • Guided Coaching Activities
  • Evaluation Sessions
  • Individual and Group Presentations
  • Team-Evaluation Techniques

Course Outline


  • How Change is Affecting Leadership
  • A Model to Describe Effective Organizations
  • Manager vs. Leader


  • Value of  “Be Here Now”
  • Listening
  • Habits and Beliefs


  • Behavioral Styles
  • Making Relationships Work
  • Characteristics of Behavioral Styles
  • Managing Conflict
  • Style Flexing
  • The Balanced Organization
  • The Behavioral Style Framework and Leadership


  • Vision Empowers People
  • Making Vision Real
  • Communicating the Vision
  • Developing a Personal Vision Statement


  • Culture, Alignment and Competitive Advantage
  • The Importance of Shared Values
  • Shared Values and a Leadership Model
  • High Performance Cultures
  • Creating a Strong Corporate Culture


  • What is a Team?
  • Benefits of Good Teamwork
  • Effective Teamwork Fundamentals
  • Teamwork and Trust


  • Accountability is a Point of View
  • The Role of Understanding and Choice in Accountability
  • The Value of Accountability: Understanding the Payoffs and Prices
  • Accountability vs. Responsibility
  • Creating More Accountability in the Workplace
  • Accountability and Empowerment


  • What is Empowerment and Why is it Important?
  • Structure Impacts Empowerment
  • Self-Managed Teams
  • Accountability and Empowerment Go Hand-in-Hand
  • Tips for How to be Effective


  • Managing Change
  • Creating a Healthy Change Attitude
  • Creating a “Change-Oriented” Culture
  • The Critic vs. The Coach
  • Encouraging Openness, Flexibility and Innovation
  • Effective Implementation of Change
  • Emotional Cycle of Change


  • Coaching & Feedback
  • Creating the Coaching Environment
  • What is a Good Coach?
  • Appreciative & Constructive Feedback
  • Beliefs That Can Limit Coaching
  • Maximizing the Value of Feedback
  • A Good Coaching Model
  • Eight Keys to Good Coaching
  • Hidden Agendas and Triangles


  • Shadow of the Leader
  • The Shadow in the Work Place
  • The Shadow and Group Culture
  • How the Shadow Concept Works: Awareness is Key
  • Managing Your Shadow
  • Leading the Culture: The Shadow of the Team
  • Influencing the Shadow of Others


  • Managing Time
  • Two-Step Time Management
  • How to Focus More on the Blue Chips
  • Planning
  • The Blue Chip Secret to Planning
  • Delegation

 XIII. CONCLUSION : “What’s Next?”


40 hours




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