International Coaching News (iCN) online magazine is thrilled to announce the release of its newest issue. For the 19th edition the theme is Group Dynamics: Team Coaching, inspired by helping people understand how to work better with others. It’s an effective method for showing teams how to reduce conflict and improve their working relationships.

This edition is loaded with content on a variety of relevant topics. It is focused on helping organisations develop high performing teams, provides tools & tips on how to build successful teams and how to be a better team coach. In this 19th edition, look out for the article ‘How to be a Team Coach’ by Georgina Woudstra from the United Kingdom. In this article, Georgina shares her coaching models and tools on how to be an effective team coach. Another noteworthy article ‘The World is Smaller Than You Think’ by Bradley Chapman shows the importance of connecting your business. ‘Team Coaching on Sailing Yachts – A Transformative Experience’ by Mario González Forrellad of Germany, discusses a unique way in incorporating an outdoor session on a sailing yacht within a coaching process to accelerate, strengthen and consolidate the effectiveness of the team coaching intervention. ‘Teams and Team Coaching’ by Veronica Wantenaar from South Africa, outlines how team coaching adds value to the organisation in terms of continuous performance improvement, reduced staff conflict and the achievement of business objectives. Each of our columnists, too numerous to mention, has taken some really interesting perspectives, and I would encourage a thorough read-through of this edition.

Just like all our other editions, this edition is not just an interesting read, but it provides you with helpful coaching tools, personal development ideas and professional development techniques to grow your business.

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I hope you’ll enjoy this issue and do let us know if there are any topics you’d like to see covered in the future.