Western Carolinas Monthly Program: Team Coaching Competencies

When: 8/5/2022 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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.  As a result, the demand for team coaching is growing rapidly.  In fact, team coaching is one of the fastest growing disciplines in today's coaching profession. 

To guide the growing discipline of team coaching, ICF Credentials and Standards has developed the ICF Team Coaching Competencies model. The model provides a clear, concise definition for Team Coaching and is designed to build upon and integrate with the ICF Core Competencies in team coaching contexts.  To support our coaching community in understanding and evaluating opportunities for team coaching, WCC Chapter Leader Rebekah Lowe will facilitate a group learning experience focused on integrating the ICF Coaching Core Competencies and exploring nuances from the traditional 1:1 coaching experience. 

CCEUs will be available for this program: 1.5 Core Competencies 

Meet Your Presenter: Rebekah M. Lowe , PCC

Rebekah M. Lowe is a certified leadership coach who works with senior leaders, groups, and teams at national and international companies, including Bank of America, Mastercard, Norfolk-Southern, Dropbox, Arby's, TIAA-Nuveen, University of North Carolina, and several health systems. She is a credentialed Professional Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation and a graduate from the Georgetown University Coaching school. Before her 10+ years of executive coaching experience, Rebekah was Regional President for Wachovia Bank (now Wells Fargo). 

She has two fabulous children, plays bad-happy golf, rides her motorcycle, cries at movies, and does everything with the love of her life, her husband of 38 years, Sam.