We’ve experienced firsthand that coaching skills and competencies are fundamental to any successful collaboration requiring teamwork, partnership and cohesion.
Liz Barron, PCC and Anne Tannam, ACC run their own successful coaching practices, but since training together in 2009, have pooled their collective strengths to work on many projects. Working as a team and with clients, they’ve developed practical experience of the conditions required for collaboration, and how it contributes not just to innovation, creative thinking and problem solving, but to happier, more productive teams who are focused on a shared purpose and vision. They love working together and their collaboration gives them both the support and challenge needed to move beyond what they are capable of separately. And there's a lot more laughing too! To connect with Anne & Liz visit www.coachingcollaboration.ie
A Crisis of Expertise I: Setting the Stage https://t.co/KpzEj6alip2021/10/21
The VUCA-Plus Challenge of COVID-Related Expertise: Dancing on a Moving and Warped Plane https://t.co/Tjhy0nmjDt2021/10/19
A crisis in the rejection of expert knowledge, and the acceptance of “Google-fueled, Wikipedia based, Blog-sodden” … https://t.co/CFJrvffFdi2021/10/12