The Promise and Challenge of Effective Teams

The Promise and Challenge of Effective Teams

April 21-23, 2017

Venue: HUB 101, Westlake Village, CA
Address: 31416 Agoura Road Suite 113, Westlake Village, CA 91361, USA

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Price: $1200

The Promise and Challenge of Effective Teams with Tim Gallwey and Valerio Pascotto Psy.D, is a 3 day public, intimate, experiential workshop for anyone who wants to develop their collaborative skills. Limited to 16 participants.

This workshop is an integration of three decades of work in the field of individual performance and coaching, The Inner Game, with Effective Organizational Systems, a leader in the field of organizational and team performance (visit igeos.net to learn more). The essence of our approach is to hold an accurate mirror to each team that reveals not only their incredible potential, as well as the surprising ways we tend to interfere with that greatness. A glimpse like this can be very confronting, but we believe the inherent honesty in this experience is the key to the motivation and clarity needed to transform a team. Once the subconscious and unproductive habits in collaborating have been revealed, they rarely survive long in the light of new team awareness.

Elements of Content:

  • Creating a team where every member is motivated, fully engaged, and taking responsibility for the team’s success.
  • Learn to focus on the potential of what is said, before raising concerns.
  • Become alert to what derails team mobility and eager to know how to learn from common team pitfalls.
  • Increase awareness of what is needed to move the team forward and maximizes team and individual mobility.

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About the process

More than 2,000 people have already participated in this training and many have remarked at the profound transformation in their mindset and their capabilities they have seen ever since.

In the process of taking responsibility for team success, participants not only learn to monitor their own team behaviors, but also learn to coach other team members.

About Tim Gallwey

Timothy Gallwey is the founder of the Inner Game and is widely acknowledged as the father of the current coaching movement. Tim developed The Inner Game in the mid-1970s and has spent four decades inspiring successful organizations including long-term clients Apple, AT&T, The Coca Cola Company and Rolls Royce with whom he shared The Inner Game of Leadership, Sales, Change Management and Teamwork.

Tim’s bestselling Inner Game series of books set forth a new methodology for coaching and the development of personal and professional excellence in a variety of fields. His books have led many to realize that the Inner Game holds the key to the outer game of their lives.

People are recognizing that achieving our goals involves 2 games. The outer game gets most of our attention. However, it’s our Inner Game that applies to every outer goal we pursue. This day together will be dedicated to shedding light on this Inner Game.” Timothy Gallwey

Dr. Valerio Pascotto

Dr. Valerio Pascotto is the founder of EOS® – Effective Organizational Systems. Over the past twenty years, he has helped many individuals and corporations reach their potential and maximize their productivity. He has conducted seminars and developed programs for industry in the area of technology driven rapid change, change management, group integration, retention, team building, leadership, goal setting, and work effectiveness.

Dr. Pascotto has also been a personal adviser to individuals in key management areas to improve their leadership skills, change readiness, business performance, and communication effectiveness. He obtained his Doctoral Degree in Psychology at Pepperdine University and holds a Psychology License, a Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling license and is certified as an independent Birkman consultant. He has taught at the graduate and doctoral level structural and strategic systems, group dynamics and social psychology.

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