Team and Group Coaching Community of Practice – Best Practices in Group Coaching
Please join the ICF Team and Group Coaching Community of Practice and a panel of 2 experts, Leda Turai and Jennifer Britton, to navigate the best practices in Group Coaching. Leda and Jennifer will be sharing their wisdom that accumulated over years in creating group coaching experiences and will answer some key questions that will open doors for coach practitioners to expand their practice and awareness of its applications.
*This session has been tentatively approved for 1 CCE Unit in Core Competency and 0.5 CCE Units in Resource Development.
ICF Global - November 2022
1 Core Competency
from January 01, 2022
ICF Global - November 2022
0.5 Resource Development
from January 01, 2022
Jennifer Britton has influenced a generation of coaches in the group and team coaching space. Author of the first book to be published on Group Coaching, Effective Group Coaching, back in 2009, her research and writing in both group and team coaching has been used in coach training globally for the last decade.
Passionate about supporting coaches to hone their skills in group and team coaching while creating sustainable coaching businesses, Jennifer is the CEO and Founder of Potentials Realized, offering a suite of ICF-CCE programs in the areas of group and team coaching, virtual facilitation and support to Reconnecting Workspaces. Potentials Realized offers 70 and 125 hour team coaching and group coaching certifications, as well as mentor coaching groups and coaching supervision.
Jennifer’s work in the area of designing and delivering coaching skills for leaders has been awarded multiple times. Her work as a coach in the healthcare sector was awarded the Prism Award for Excellence in Coaching in 2016, as well as an Award of Excellence in Curriculum Design by i4pL nationally in Canada.
In March 2022 she was awarded the Individual Contributor Award by ICF Toronto in recognition for her contributions to both the local and global association of coaches, particularly her support and thought leadership provided during the pandemic with supports around virtual conversations and coaching in the emerging remote and hybrid world, as well as her support to the development of the team coaching competencies.
Jennifer is the author of seven books including Reconnecting Workspaces, and the 90-Day Guide for Success, along with Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010 – the world’s first book to be published on group coaching), From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013), Effective Virtual Conversations (2017), and PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner for Virtual and Remote Professionals (2019).
Jenn’s also the co-host of the Remote Pathways podcast which explores the people, places and processes of remote and hybrid work.
Learn more about Jennifer, her writing and support to coaches at Group Coaching Essentials.ca
For a fun activity, check out the Team and Group Coaching Superpower Quiz at https://bit.ly/gtcoachingsuperpower. This is part of the research for her next book.
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Expert in coaching, leadership & team development, and organizational learning
Head of Leadership Module of the Executive MBA program at the ISM Executive School
2016 Global Board Chair at the International Coach Federation
Awarded with Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary
“101 Most Fabulous Global Coaching Leaders” awarded by the World Coaching Congress
Leda has about 20 years of international work experience in profit and non-profit organizations and academic settings. As a leadership and executive coach, OD consultant and director of boards she has supported many companies in implementing important changes and achieving sustainable business results. She has worked with business and political leaders across continents.
She has also been in various leadership positions in local and global organizations. Between 2011-2013 she co-led the International Coach Federation EMEA Steering Committee, between 2014-2017 she served on the Global Board of the International Coach Federation as vice chair and chair.
In 2015 she became a partner at the Management Institute of Finland, and from 2017 she has been the Head of the Leadership Module at the ISM Executive School EMBA program, where she is still working with C-suit leaders in individual and group settings.
Leda is a leadership and executive development partner and founder at UAB L-CON Global, a partner trainer at Coaching Development (London) and at the Professional Effectiveness Management Institute (China).
Until recently she sat as an independent member on the Nominating and Remuneration Committee at the Ignitis Group (Lithuania), and she still serves on the Advisory Board of the BostonExO (USA) and on the Supervisory Board of ICF Hungary.
Leda has conducted research in the field of human resource development and corporate coaching and revealed those factors, which make various types of leadership approaches and coaching interactions effective and sustainable.