31 Using drama therapy to facilitate team coaching

Christiana Iordanou

 

 

Team coaching is a relatively new concept in the workplace (Britton, 2013; Clutterbuck, 2014; Hackman & Wageman, 2005; Hawkins, 2011). It has been defined as ‘a learning intervention designed to increase collective capability and performance of a group or team, through application of the coaching principles of assisted reflection, analysis, and motivation for change’ (Clutterbuck, 2014, p. 271). Team coaching involves a group of people coming together to address issues that hinder their performance and function. Through group collaboration, they are expected to identify any obstacles which prevent them from achieving their goals, create an appropriate plan to overcome ...

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