We have taken steps towards the post-Covid era by establishing partnerships with like-minded institutions.
Following a year of major changes and disruption, stimulating #newconnections, perspectives & options has become ever more relevant.
TCO International does this also through setting up key partnerships.
Yesterday afternoon we partnered with HSBC for our second collaboration web workshop on the theme of growing talent across global boundaries.
We looked at 4 individual challenges brought to the group by a young talent, a head of alliances, a QHSE director and talent manager.
We used our ‘solidarity process’ which puts the challenge owners with 5 challenge helpers in virtual rooms to work systematically through 5 carefully crafted stages.
The session got the best out of a diverse group. Important insights were gained by the challenge owners in just 35 minutes of conversation with complete strangers.
Trust was built, owners felt understood and helped; helpers felt they had genuinely been useful and well, helpful… (never under-estimate people’s desire to be helpful).
Want to know how to build trust, rethink solutions to big challenges, and use the power of diversity? Message us to experience this in YOUR organization.
Thank you to all the participants and organisers involved! Loredana Ablondi Nick Allen Fabiola Felici Ervin Metko Marion Kaehlke Seiji Nakano Nicola Tornaletti Kasia Lanucha Ian Balfour Kim Ludwig Jack Middleton Louise Tredennick #teamleader #hrmanager #leadershipdevelopment #newwayofworking #collectiveintelligence
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As the world moves towards a period of lockdown and working from home increases exponentially….let’s learn… to stay connected #TCOreacts
Take action now, optimise and get results with remote learning, connecting and working.
TCO international offers a series of virtual alternatives to traditional f2f events and development paths. We have been gearing up for this for years and have a consolidated experience in:
✨ Remote leadership development
✨ Action learning at a distance
✨ Peer consultation processes to help each other at a distance with pressing challenges
✨ Remote virtual coaching
✨ Remote executive coaching and remote team coaching
✨Facilitated virtual meetings and events
✨ Development of virtual communication etiquette and guidelines
✨ Virtual workshops on managing communication across distance and diversity
If you wish to book a consultation to implement your virtual path today, email us at email@example.com
Fresh news of last night from the International Coaching Federation: our Mentoring Camp has been granted 36 Units in Continuing Coach Education (CEE)! This is a great great achievement and confirmation of the quality of our professionalization path!
On 28 November 2019 TCO officially ended its first INTERNATIONAL MENTORING CAMP with a very small team of affiliated TCO certified coaches from different countries!
Our first internal professionalisation path officially recognised by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) started back in February in our Turin office and continued throughout self-study tasks and a series of 1.5 hour virtual training calls. 10 months later, we are proud to celebrate what our commitment to self-development and to quality in coaching looks like.. AND TO PREPARE FOR EDITION 2!
For more information, please click here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/our-commitment-quality-coaching-first-mentoring-camp-crestani/
FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 30 YEARS OF BUSINESS, TCO International is holding a MENTORING CAMP for COACHES!
This high-quality event organised by TCO’s COACHING PRACTICE is aimed at our affiliated coaches who want to:
The CAMP is the first of a series of development initiatives aimed at professionalising the TCO COACHING PRACTICE by working alongside with our global network to develop our skills as coaches, create a body of excellence and guarantee high-quality coaching to our clients… all this while never forgetting that ‘who we are is how we coach’!
Click here for the flyer of the event.
Check out the short video below taken from a teaser session of the Camp and…keep an eye on our website and LinkedIn for more news on the Mentoring Camp and on our 2019 initiatives!
Are you left with the feeling that there was always more which could have been achieved when we gather together with others – in brainstorming, decision-making or problem-solving meetings? We are told that increased diversity should release the creative potential of multiple perspectives. Yet our day-to-day interactions seem to prove the opposite: we observe and (yes, let’s admit it) contribute to the ignoring of deeper human needs, low levels of exploratory inquiry, the unloading of pre-recorded thinking, the prevalence of judgement and the consistent undervaluing of quiet or divergent voices.
Below are 20 things I do or fail to do in meetings with colleagues and which reduces the potential of our collective intelligence. I have attempted to remind myself of what is needed to ‘think together’ – and so went back to William Isaacs and his book Dialogue: The Art of Thinking Together. These reminders are especially important when the pressure is on to get things done quickly to respond to the pace of change around us.
To remind me of these 20 points I have created 20 prompt cards to increase the focus on connection and creative results during meetings, teleconferences and videoconferences. They are particularly useful for multicultural teams where diversity of approach can make dialogue more challenging. They are based on my synthesis of practices in William Isaac’s Dialogue – the Art of Thinking Together.
To get the card sets:
Or share this article if you like the cards and think others would find them useful (eg. colleagues, friends, team members or even bosses!)
You will receive a file from me by email containing both a portable small card set (13.5cms x 10 cms) and a larger A4 set.
You can use the cards as:
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