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Community Learning Group for Team Coaches

An open co-learning peer environment 

Team (or group) work has been around for centuries. It is and has always been the pillar of any great society or community, leading either to its success or its downfall.


In more recent times, the need for productive and harmonious teamwork within our organisations and systems has been acknowledged, leading to the birth of what is known today as the practice of ‘team coaching’.

“The way in which a group of people come together and work together will always determine the quality of what they produce.”


Tammy Turner


There are particular qualities that a systemic team/group coach requires to be able to do their job well. These include patience, understanding, compassion, strong organisational skills, the ability to express in their authority, the ability to listen and the knowing of when to respond. Further to these qualities, a systemic team/group coach needs to be well versed and up to date with the latest in coaching techniques, consulting, group dynamics, conflict resolution and facilitation…just to name a few.  

As a specialty field, systemic team coaching continues to evolve as more coaches are trained with the skills needed in supporting teams and groups to collaborate for positive outcomes in their organisations. In response to this, Turner International has established a community learning group for coaches to come together and share their expertise and experience, strengthening relationships and supporting each other to grow as practitioners and as people, ultimately benefitting the wider ecosystem.

What is it?

The Community Learning Group (CLG) is a peer forum, not a master class, supervision or a training program. Each session is an open co-learning peer environment which offers the space for discussion, expansion, and practice with your peers. It is specifically designed for team coaches who are passionate about their ongoing professional development. This unique hosted program is structured to provide an enriching and interactive experience that will empower team coaches with skills, knowledge, and connections. Each session will be facilitated by Turner International faculty member Helen Zink.   

What are the benefits?

Each member's benefits may vary depending on their experience level, their openness to sharing and commitment to the community learning on offer. Some benefits might be:

  • Practical sharing of approaches, tools, selling and designing engagements

  • Generating ideas and momentum

  • Exposure to the diversity of team coaching engagements

  • On-going embedding best practices


There may also be a follow-on effect that the community decides to share what they've learned with their clients; through blogging or v-logging and/or research. You will be able to claim the hours spent as part of your 40 required ICF Credential Renewal hours and can be claimed as Resource Development hours, not core competencies as the COP does not have ICF CCE's associated with it.  

What will be covered?

Each session promises to be enlightening and enriching, offering valuable insights into the world of team coaching. The topics covered are:


Session 1 - Multi-stakeholder Contracting: Considering the dynamics of engaging with multiple stakeholders within and outside the team and the intricacies involved in contracting within such frameworks.


Session 2 - Applying your Team Coaching Toolkit: Practical application of team coaching tools and other tools and techniques in your kit tailored specifically for team coaching scenarios.


Session 3 - Practice – Team Coaching Scenarios: Exercises to practice your skills. We might use scenarios, case studies or real-life team coaching situations and challenges.


Session 4 - Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS): Exploring the realm of complex adaptive systems and their relevance in the context of team dynamics and organisational behaviour.


Session 5 - Finding Team Coaching Clients: Strategies for identifying and reaching out to potential clients in need of team coaching services, and cultivating meaningful relationships.


Session 6 - Practice – Team Coaching Scenarios (Continued): Further opportunities to engage in simulated team coaching scenarios, honing your abilities and refining your approach.

Who can attend?

Attendees will be graduates of any team coaching training program - Common examples include AoEC, CMI, Renewal Associates, GTCI, IECL, ORSC, 6 team conditions and/or Turner International, to name only a few. You could be an internal or external team coach or team leader. The opportunity here is for a group of team coaches to come together and deepen your understanding and proficiency in team coaching.

What is the time commitment?

There will be 6 sessions, with each session running for 90-minutes on zoom, striking the perfect balance between depth and manageability within busy schedules. 

When are the Meetings?

We have two groups to choose from to suit your schedule: 

  • Group 1 - all meetings will be from 9:00am – 10:30am Sydney Australia time 

  • Group 2 - all meetings will be from 4:30pm – 6:00pm Sydney Australia time


Australian residents - $385.00 AUD (GST inclusive)

Non-Australian residents - $350.00 AUD (no GST)

You will be invoiced after registration. Please indicate the currency you wish to be invoiced in on the registration form.

Join the Community Learning Group for Team Coaches

Community Learning Group 1


Wednesday 10th July

Multi-stakeholder contracting 

Wednesday 7th August 2024

Applying your Team Coaching Toolkit 

Wednesday 25th September 2024 

Practice – team coaching scenarios 

Wednesday 30th October 2024 

Complex adaptive systems (CAS) 

Wednesday 20th November 2024

Finding Team Coaching Clients 

Wednesday 18th December 2024

Practice – team coaching scenarios 

Community Learning Group 2


Wednesday 27th March 

Multi-stakeholder contracting 

Wednesday 1st May 2024 

Applying your Team Coaching Toolkit 

Wednesday 12th June 2024 

Practice – team coaching scenarios 

Wednesday 7th August 

Complex adaptive systems (CAS) 

Wednesday 25th September 

Finding Team Coaching Clients 

Wednesday 20th November 

Practice – team coaching scenarios 


Register CLG
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