A team is characterized by shared vision and leadership, definable goals, clear roles/responsibilities and an effective process.  Strong distinction is drawn in this module between the group as board or committee, and the differences from the qualities of a team.  Relationships displaying respect, trust, and enjoyment for one another are essential to a team.  A team also has a positive plan for addressing conflict.  Coaching teams requires the ability to build a strong sense of consensus, and the ability to handle such distractions as monopolizers, the withdrawn, and the angry.  Using ICF Core Competencies , this module addresses and supports the development of specific skills and tools for working most effectively with teams.

Date: Monday, January 13, 2020 (beginning at 8:00 AM Eastern Time) – Tuesday, January 14, 2020 (ending at 5:00 PM)

Location: Center for Congregational Health, 1920 Queen Street, Winston-Salem, NC

Total Cost: $575 (includes tuition, materials, lunch and snacks)

Note: a quality learning experience is dependent upon a minimum number of active participants.  The Center reserves the right to cancel any training event that does not reach this minimum.  Please take this into consideration when making travel arrangements.

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