Conducting the ITC Approach with Teams

The Minds at Work Team is pleased to invite all graduates of the Coach Certification Program and Facilitator’s Workshop to a one-day program

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 session is intended to help practitioners experienced working with teams learn how to apply the ITC process to intact teams. 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.

This intensive 1-day workshop includes a full day of instruction (9:00 am – 5:00 pm) as well as the opportunity to meet over lunch with other ITC practitioners to discuss how you and they are currently applying ITC and how to bring the ITC team dimension into that work.

Program Faculty: Maria DeCarvalho and Deb Helsing

Participants Will Learn

  • To effectively work with teams and support transformational change in their organizations.
  • How and when to integrate ITC in a team or group environment.
  • How to respond effectively to coaching challenges that may arise.

ICF Credits

  • Attendance at this workshop grants 7 hours of International Coach Federation CCEU credits.

Who should attend

  • Graduates of the 3-day ITC Facilitator’s Workshop, or the year-long Coach Certification Program

Tuition

  • $1,500

Fees include all program materials, 7 hours of ICF CCE credit, a network of colleagues, as well as breakfast and lunch. Lodging and dinner are not included.

2020 Dates

  • March 28
  • June 13
  • October 24

Schedule

  • Workshop: 9am – 5pm

Location

  • Doubletree Suites Boston/Cambridge
    400 Soldiers Field Road
    Boston, MA 02134

Registration is Simple

If you’d like to attend both the ITC with Teams day AND the Facilitator’s Workshop (combined into a new, 4-day program) you may register now by clicking the button below. Stand-alone registrations for this 3-day program opens November 18. Please click here if you would like to receive an email reminder.