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Wed, Sep 16



Team Coaching: Why it’s Needed to Overcome 21st Century Challenges

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Team Coaching: Why it’s Needed to Overcome 21st Century Challenges
Team Coaching: Why it’s Needed to Overcome 21st Century Challenges

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Sep 16, 2020, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.




Companies are struggling to solve new challenges using yesterday’s solutions. 

We have learned that 21st-century problems are best solved with a high-functioning network of dynamic, agile, collaborative teams that have the ability to adapt to uncertain circumstances. But establishing and nurturing this network across the organization and supply chain is not straightforward. 

Team coaching has emerged as an essential ingredient to activate and grow new leadership and team capabilities. Its potency results from the application of real-time interventions, in a real work context that delivers immediate impact on team performance. It also sets in motion a generative learning culture that encourages new thinking in a psychologically safe environment.

In this session, we will discuss the current paradigm of team coaching and how it is evolving to meet the demands of the future workplace. 

Speaker Biography

Stephen is the CEO of VIVOVII, a firm dedicated to helping organizations transform people development models to face the challenges of the future workplace. VIVOVII combines innovative technology with team coaching and self-directed learning to empower leaders and teams to break unproductive patterns, build new capabilities, and achieve next level performance.

Formerly, Stephen was Global Lead of Strategy for KPMG International. As Global Lead, Stephen developed three Strategy COEs in London, New York and Hong Kong, and focused on the growth of the largest 17 countries across the Americas, EMEA, and APAC. His management consulting career focused on strategy and business transformation initiatives in both the public and private sectors. 

Stephen was also Co-founder and Managing Director of the Centre for Operations Excellence, a renowned academic-industry consortium based at University of British Columbia focused on developing innovative solutions for complex, large-scale systems. 

Stephen enjoys mountaineering and trekking in mountain ranges around the world, sailing and scuba diving, and back country skiing. He is currently exploring yoga and meditation. He is also dedicated to supporting both local and international communities through a number of activities that has included creating school programs in India and developing processes and technology for a refugee hospital in Myanmar.

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