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Team Coaching - Webinar

Thursday, June 16, 2022, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Webinar - Zoom

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Team Coaching


SPEAKER: Karl Van Hoey & Katrina Kanelidou

DATE: Thursday, June 16, 2022

TIME: 12:00 to 1:30 PM, (Central Standard Time)                             


CEU’S: 1.5


The session will be an interactive discussion on the various modalities and the differences between team coaching, facilitation and training. 

The program will focus on:

  • Team & Group Coaching Definitions

  • Team Coaching: Key Themes

  • Team Development Modalities

  • ICF Team Coaching Competency Model: overview

In addition, review of the team coaching contracting practice which can be significantly different from individual coaching contacts will be discussed.  


At the end of the webinar participants will be able to:

  • Learn the definition of Team Coaching by the ICF

  • Identified the key themes of the new TCCM

  • Know the different Team Development Modalities

  • Understanding of the new competencies for Team Coaches and how these build on the core competencies

  • Get insights on their own tendencies and strengths, as well as their areas of growth

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Meet Karl Van Hoey, MCC, Coaching Practice Leader @otolith, Mentor Coach/Advisor/Author/Speaker/ENG/FR/NL

Karl combines a very successful track record of +3500 hours of executive- and team coaching in a huge variety of industries worldwide, with a long and extensive experience in corporate HR leadership roles for AXA, British American Tobacco, Ernst & Young and Sappi Fine Paper Europe.  Karl's mission is to build radically human organizations. Strengthening the impact, strategy and mastery, of leaders, teams and coaches, is his way to bring that mission alive.

In 2014, he decided to become independent and in 2018 Karl joined as their coaching practice leader. In 2020, he co-founded The Team coaching Global Alliance (, providing top class training in the ICF Team coaching Competencies, that he helped develop as a subject matter expert within ICF. He has been Guest Professor for many years at EMS Business School Brussels and 3 years Visiting Professor at BSN Algeria. Teaching on Leadership, HR, Change and Coaching.

Besides his corporate and teaching agenda, Karl is also active as a MCC Mentor Coach and in that position, he founded and manages a worldwide, very fast-growing community of coaches ( seeking a ICF credential. Karl has been a volunteer for the International Coaching Federation for many years. His main contributions include ICF Team Coaching Community of Practice Leader 2014-2019, Subject Matter Expert in ICF Global Task Forces since 2018, on the development of new (team) coaching competencies, and on the training accreditation architecture, ICF Credentialed PCC Portfolio Assessor since 2020, Member of Global Professional Coaches Nominating Committee since 2020. 

Meet Katrina Kanelidou, PCC, Co-Founder TCGA, Founder, Principal Coach, Six Steps Ahead

As a leadership and team coach, Katerina works with leaders from around the world and their teams, supporting them to create healthy and high value workplaces integrating creatively her multifaceted background. Katerina is based in Greece and has 25 years of experience working with teams and individuals as a coach, trainer, mentor, and therapist. She is Managing Director of Six Steps Ahead, Co-Founder of Team Coaching Global Alliance and of CoachActivism, faculty member of the ICA, and member of the Climate Coaching Alliance and the HBR Advisory Council.
She has held several leadership roles in the global and regional coaching community, currently serving as global co-leader of the ICF's “Team and Group Coaching„ Community of Practice. Katerina was one of the SME for the creation of the new ICF Team Coaching Competency Model. She is often a guest speaker at international conferences on coaching and leadership, and her research on Coaching can be found at the research portal of the International Coaching Federation.