Have you heard that ICF is launching a new Team Coaching Competency framework? Join ICF Global’s Carrie Abner, Vice President for Credentials and Standards and Joel DiGirolamo, Director of Coaching Science, for this introduction to the new Team Coaching Competencies.
When: June 15, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Presenter: Carrie Abner and Joel DiGirolamo
Format: Virtual - Zoom meeting format
CCEUs: 1.25 TBC
About The Event
Due to the desire for teams to perform well, consistently and over a long period of time, ongoing team development is necessary. As a result, team coaching is growing rapidly. In response, ICF has developed and launched a new Team Coaching Competency framework to expand ICF’s coaching competencies from the individual to the team.
Team coaching is an experience that allows a team to work towards sustainable results and ongoing development. It is becoming an increasingly important intervention in corporate environments as high team performance requires aligning toward goals, remaining innovative, and adapting quickly to internal and external changes. Team coaching exists under this umbrella of team development, along with the following modalities: team building, team training, team consulting, team mentoring, team facilitation, and team coaching.
To develop a set of team coaching competencies, ICF designed a rigorous, evidence-based research project. The aim of this study was to determine which Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other characteristics (KSAO) team coaches use in addition to the ICF Core Competencies.
In conversation with ICF’s Carrie Abner and Joel DiGirolamo, we will get an introduction to the new ICF Team Coaching Competencies. The discussion will:
Provide an overview of the research, design and development process
Walk through the ICF Team Coaching Competencies
Review the credentialing process and how the ICF Team Coaching Competencies are being rolled out within the community
Meet our Presenters
Vice President for Credentials and Standards
Carrie Abner is vice president for Credentials and Standards at the International Coaching Federation, where she works to ensure high standards, value and integrity of ICF Credentials for all who hold them. Previously, she served as assistant director for communications at The Council of State Governments, where she worked with state legislators, supreme court justices and executive branch leaders to foster collaboration and sharing of best practices across the states. Her past experience includes management of U.S. Justice Department grant projects on sexual assault and intimate partner violence, and she has also worked to ensure the protection of refugee women and children in humanitarian crises. Carrie holds a Master’s degree in international affairs from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Director of Coaching Science
Joel DiGirolamo is the Director of Coaching Science for the International Coaching Federation (ICF), where he leads the organization’s efforts to develop, curate and disseminate information around the science of coaching. He has more than 30 years of staff and management experience in Fortune 500 companies and is the author of two books, Leading Team Alpha and Yoga in No Time at All. Joel holds a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from Kansas State University, an MBA from Xavier University, and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University. He is an Associate Editor for Consulting Psychology Journal.