119 episodes

Join Carissa Bub--Host of Season 2 of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast--and today's leaders, entrepreneurs and coaches as we explore the art and science of team coaching in communities and organizations. Discover how team coaching can accelerate team development and performance, can foster the development of leadership cultures, can drive organizational change and more. Tune in for interviews with team coaching experts. Hear stories of "hits and misses" and essential lessons learned from conducting real team coaching engagements. Discover practical tools and resources to support your internal or external team coaching practice. The podcast is for new and experienced coaches, human resources and learning and development professionals, as well as leaders and managers of teams. Enter The Team Coaching Zone today!

The Team Coaching Zone Podcast: Coaching | Teams | Leadership Carissa Bub: Leadership Coach, Team Coach, C-Suite Advisor

    • Management
    • 4.6, 48 Ratings

Join Carissa Bub--Host of Season 2 of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast--and today's leaders, entrepreneurs and coaches as we explore the art and science of team coaching in communities and organizations. Discover how team coaching can accelerate team development and performance, can foster the development of leadership cultures, can drive organizational change and more. Tune in for interviews with team coaching experts. Hear stories of "hits and misses" and essential lessons learned from conducting real team coaching engagements. Discover practical tools and resources to support your internal or external team coaching practice. The podcast is for new and experienced coaches, human resources and learning and development professionals, as well as leaders and managers of teams. Enter The Team Coaching Zone today!

    119: Mike Robbins: We're All In This Together: Coaching Teams With This in Mind

    119: Mike Robbins: We're All In This Together: Coaching Teams With This in Mind

    TCZ Episode #119: Mike Robbins: We’re All In This Together: Coaching Teams With This in Mind
    On today's show I talk to Mike Robbins, author of five books including his brand new title, We're All In This Together: Creating a Team Culture of High Performance, Trust and Belonging. Mike's ideas are based on 20 years working as a highly sought-after speaker and consultant to clients such as, Google, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, Genentech, eBay, Harvard University, and LinkedIn. We begin with Mike's own story as a professional sportsman turned business consultant in the San Francisco Bay area. We talk about the sense of urgency which compelled him to write the book, and then explore the four pillars that his research has led him to believe are essential for teams to thrive in today's world. These are:
    Psychological safety, drawing on the work of Amy Edmondson and others, what it takes to create an environment safe for risk-taking, disagreement, failure, boldness and authenticity. Inclusion and belonging, why teams need to engage in authentic conversations around this topic in an on-going and effective way, not only for companies to thrive but for societies to move in a positive direction on these fronts. Embracing sweaty-palm conversations, however scary and difficult, conflict as an enabler for positive team relationships, overall performance and wellbeing. Caring and challenging each other, the importance of maintaining a strong balance of nurturing and high expectations in the team. Listen here on the Team Coaching Zone or any podcast platform to Episode #119 More about Mike:
    Mike and his work have been featured in the New York Times and the Harvard Business Review, as well as on NPR and ABC News. He’s a regular contributor to Forbes, hosts his own podcast (called We’re All in This Together), and his books have been translated into 15 different languages.

    • 57 min
    118: Tatiana Fraser and Rachel Sinha: Making Systems Leadership Possible

    118: Tatiana Fraser and Rachel Sinha: Making Systems Leadership Possible

    TCZ Episode #118: Tatiana Fraser & Rachel Sinha: Making Systems Leadership Possible
    My guests today are two formidable women and the co-founders of the System Sanctuary – an international peer learning and training platform for systems leadership. Tatiana Fraser has 20 years of experience leading and scaling systems innovations, creating strategic learning communities and movement building. She is also co-founder of Girls Action Foundation and co-author of Girl Positive (Random House 2016), in which she has worked to reframe the narrative around gender equality to advance social justice and the leadership of girls and women.
    Rachel Sinha is a British award-winning social innovator, based in San Francisco, named by the Guardian newspaper as one of 50 Radicals “changing the face of the UK for the better”. Rachel was one of co-founders of The Finance Innovation Lab, designed to empower positive disruptors in the financial system. The Lab was named a semi-finalist in the Buckminster Fuller Award ‘Socially Responsible Designs Highest Award’ for its work bringing together people post financial crisis, to accelerate positive change in the financial system. Prior to that Rachel’s work on sustainability issues includes a number of ground-breaking roles including have sat on the European Commission Expert Panel on Social Business. She has co-authored a series of articles in Harvard Business Review and Fast Company and publications, and collaborating with Oxford Said Business School has led an enquiry into the language of systems change and launched the publication Keywords.
    Together they run The Systems Sanctuary which has the tagline – a refuge for systems leaders
    http://systemsanctuary.com
    For Episode Show Notes & More Go To: https://teamcoachingzone.com/frasersinha

    • 59 min
    117: Dr. Paul White: How to Keep Teams Feeling Valued in a Remote Workplace

    117: Dr. Paul White: How to Keep Teams Feeling Valued in a Remote Workplace

    TCZ Episode #117: Dr. Paul White: How to Keep Teams Feeling Valued in a Remote Workplace
    In an agile and less hierarchical world, teams are ever more reliant on motivating each other over and above relying on their team leader. Appreciation is one of the fastest ways to make someone feel valued but we don't all speak the same language. Especially at a time when most are working remotely and having to dig deep to build team resilience. My guest today really does have the data to help teams and organizations to get this right. Dr Paul White is a psychologist, leadership trainer and co-author of the Five Languages of Appreciation at Work based on the international best seller by his co-author Gary Chapman on The Five Love Languages. In this punchy 40 minute episode Paul and I explore
    Why appreciation matters over and above employee recognition How to recognise the 5 language of appreciation in yourself and others The impact of appreciation on team effectiveness What differences the research shows for remote teams How does any of the 5 languages of appreciation change culture And, Paul has generously offered our listeners a free pass for the Motivating By Appreciation Inventory for Remote teams. Email him on yesdrpaulwhite@gmail.com to receive your registration code.
    Find more on Appreciation at Work here https://www.appreciationatwork.com
    More on Paul White:
    Dr. Paul White, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who has worked with individuals, businesses and families in a variety of settings for over 20 years. He received his B.A. from Wheaton, his Masters from Arizona State, and his PhD in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University. He consults with successful businesses and high net worth families, dealing with the relational issues intertwined with business and financial wealth. In addition to serving businesses, families and organizations across the U.S., Dr. White has also spoken and consulted in Europe, Central Asia, the Caribbean, and South America.

    • 36 min
    116: Kathryn McCusker: How to Stay Connected in the Face of Disruption

    116: Kathryn McCusker: How to Stay Connected in the Face of Disruption

    TCZ Podcast Episode #116: Kathryn McCusker: How To Stay Connected in The Face of Disruption
    Have you had moments during lockdown of getting trapped in your head and wanting to rationalise what's going on rather than be in your heart? I certainly have. Yet to coach effectively and to be a transformational presence for others, we know we must stay connected to our feelings. Only when we have processed our feelings can we find our creative response. Creativity is what many of the organisational leaders I've been coaching over the past couple of weeks are looking for from themselves and their people as they move beyond a crisis response to reimagining the future of work.
    My guest this week on The Team Coaching Zone podcast is not a coach. Kathryn McCusker is a kundalini yoga teacher, professional opera singer and author. I've been going to Kathryn's classes for awhile now and each time I leave the studio feeling deeply connected to myself and the world. In this episode Kathryn shares practical techniques which you can do working from your home office to access your personal creativity. We talk about the science behind Kundalini yoga and the impact different breathing techniques and mantra meditations have proven to have on enhancing brain functioning as well as managing our emotional state.
    I hope you have fun with this one!
    More on Kathryn:
    www.kathrynmccuskerkundalini.com https://www.facebook.com/KathrynMcCuskerYoga/ https://www.instagram.com/kathryn_mccusker_yoga/ https://twitter.com/kmyogakundalini?lang=en-gb https://www.youtube.com/user/KMYOGA

    • 42 min
    115: Dr. Ruth Wageman: Fast Team Startups: Tips for Team Leaders and Developing Presence in Teams

    115: Dr. Ruth Wageman: Fast Team Startups: Tips for Team Leaders and Developing Presence in Teams

    TCZ Episode #115: Dr. Ruth Wageman: Fast Team Start-ups: Tips for Team Leaders and Developing Presence in Teams
    I never cease to learn great tips on coaching teams from my colleague Dr Ruth Wageman, a leading scholar and passionate practitioner in the field of collaboration and systems change. In this punchy 30 minute episode we focus specifically on immediate support for team leaders and teams in business and local communities responding to Covid-19.
    Specifically, as a coach or team leader how to do fast team start-ups? How do you hold the space for a team to get present with one another? How can you help teams become more emotionally resilient in these times? For episode show notes and more go to: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/wageman115
    Also listen to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play Music or on your favorite podcast player!

    • 32 min
    114: Marita Fridjhon: Tips for Living and Working in a Virtual World During a Crisis

    114: Marita Fridjhon: Tips for Living and Working in a Virtual World During a Crisis

    TCZ Episode #114: Marita Fridjhon: Tips for Living and Working in a Virtual World During a Crisis
    We are in a huge moment of crisis and transition, this is a time to pull together. How do we learn to deal with the chaos of settling into a new reality that challenges how we work and live to the core?
    My guest in this episode in this episode is Marita Fridjhon, a long-standing colleague, mentor and the co-owner and CEO of the ICF accredited coaching training school CRR Global. We begin our transatlantic conversation talking about what's going on in the streets were we live and commenting on a recent blog by Otto Scharmer on what the global Coronavirus pandemic is teaching us about being in relationship and working together to change the system. This episode is full of practical tips for organizational leaders, families and of course, coaches and change makers. Some of the topics Marita and I cover include
    How CRR Global are working with their virtual global community to learn from and with each other Tips to create the quality of listening and presence that sets those meetings up for success How to become skillful working with systemic emergence by using Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI) The challenges and opportunities leaders face moving from ego-->eco in order to leverage the collective wisdom of their organisation The breakdown of silos as workers move to working from home and what it means for the future of work Communication and collaboration, what's possible now For Show Notes: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/maritafridjhon114
    Available for free on iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn, Google Play Music, SoundCloud, Stitcher Radio and more! Thanks for listening! Carissa Bub Show Host - Season 2

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

Brooke Craven ,

Awesome Podcast!!

Dr. Krister Lowe, host of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast, highlights all aspects of coaching, teams and more in this can’t miss podcast. The host and expert guests offer insightful information and advice that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Bukoy47 ,

Love it, please shorten

I love it but can you make it shorter or more condensed? Thanks.

Tali, Executive Coach ,

A deeply valuable education

Krister’s podcast is required listening for me every week because I learn about new coaching approaches and tools, new leadership models, and new coaching companies. Thanks to this podcast my understanding of the individual and team coaching fields is much deeper than it was when I began listening. Krister is bringing to his listeners valuable information that would be hard to find without him, and he goes one step further when he connects the dots between different methodologies and approaches. If you have only one hour to spend on your own training every week, spend it listening to Krister.

Listeners Also Subscribed To