Conducting the ITC Approach with Teams Online

In a one day intensive, learn to create collective ITC maps and tests with teams and other groups

Teams, like individuals, can be Immune to Change. They commit to improvements they genuinely want and need to make in order to increase their effectiveness, and yet they act contrary to those intentions. This one-day online session is intended to help practitioners experienced working with teams learn how to apply the collective ITC process. Using an experiential learning design, our Faculty will lead you through a team ITC process and share their most current learnings about applying ITC to teams.


Program Faculty: Maria DeCarvalho and Deb Helsing

Participants Will Learn

  • The differences in diagnosing individual and collective Immune Systems
  • The specific challenges in generating a collective map
  • How to balance the compound responsibilities of facilitating the collective Map columns in real time
  • The importance of navigating both the individual and collective immunities that impact a team’s map-making conversations
  • The most effective approach in contracting for this work with clients
  • How to support intact teams in creating experiments and identifying “found” tests that can shed light on the Collective Big Assumption.

All participants who complete the course will receive 7 credit hours from the International Coaching Federation.

Who Should Attend

  • ITC Coaches and Facilitators who would like to be able to work with teams or organizations to diagnose and overturn collective Immune Systems
  • Prerequisite: The Facilitator’s Workshop OR the Online Facilitator’s Workshop OR ITC Mapmaking for 1:1 Coaching

Daily Schedule Overview

One full day, 8 AM – 4 PM

All times are Eastern Time and include multiple breaks throughout each day.

2020 Program Dates

November 20




$1,500 Standard tuition.

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