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MEETING: Inquiring Minds Want to Know: Group and Team Coaching

Friday, April 14, 2023, 11:15 AM until 1:15 PM
Virtually via Zoom or In-person at Las Colinas Country Club
4400 N. O'Connor Road
Irving, TX  75061

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Steve Hendon
214-335-6879 (p)
Chapter Meeting
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only

Hybrid Chapter Meeting and Program
Inquiring Minds Want to Know: Group and Team Coaching

presented by: 
Mike Caracalas, PCC, CPCC, CTPC
Pam Van Dyke, PCC, ACTC
Paula Holland, CPCC

Meet Our Presenters
Mike Caracalas helps senior executives who are frustrated by all the drama that comes with leading people. His depth of coaching skill is the result of nearly 30 years developing leaders, countless hours of formal and informal learning, and a passion for making a difference in the lives of the leaders he coaches. For the first 18 years of his career, Mike developed leaders internally for organizations such as Mount Sinai Medical Center, Sun Microsystems, and Yum Brands. For the past 10+ years, Mike has built an independent coaching practice, serving senior level executives across a wide range of organizations. Mike’s philosophy of leadership is that “leaders take responsibility for their world.”

Paula Holland, CPCC
Resilience, creativity, and breakthrough results are the foundation of What’s Next For My Life™, the coaching company founded by Mental Fitness Coach, speaker, award-winning author and artist, and 20+-year breast cancer survivor Paula R. Holland, CPCC. Recovery from cancer at age 37 inspired her departure from corporate and into ground-breaking survivor-coaching work in the oncology healthcare industry. Her work and award-winning cancer journals earned her the title of “Gamechanger” in CURE Today Magazine and inclusion in the first-ever Wall Street Journal article recognizing cancer coaching as a growing profession. Her proven 3-part coaching process and tools combine positive intelligence, body awareness, conscious breathwork, energy clearing and expressive arts tools that dramatically accelerate the ability to achieve full potential and sustain living in positive energy.

Pam Van Dyke, PCC, ACTC
For more than 30 years Pam has helped individuals, teams and organizations define and reach their goals. She has extensive leadership development experience in addition to running a behavioral health hospital in the role of CEO. Using evidenced-based coaching methodologies, Pam has coached individuals, teams and groups in a variety of capacities in a range of situations. Additionally, for the past 28 years Pam has been an Adjunct Professor. Currently, she teaches part time at Southern Methodist University – Cox School of Business, in Dallas, Texas. Pam has written numerous articles in leadership and coaching and is also the author of Virtual Group Coaching: A Research Study and a contributing author of The Handbook of Team Coaching and Leadership Coaching in China

Program Description: 

The workplace is a dynamic environment. Coaching can occur individually, in a group, or among a team. Bringing together a group or team can be the engine of a machine. They bring together diverse sets of skills to solve problems, innovate, and execute strategy.

We will be hosting a group and team coaching panel discussion. We will have an opportunity to collect insight and advice from team and group coaching experts and thought leaders and will put questions before our panel that will give you a peek into their thoughts on the difference and benefits of group and team coaching, success measures, your role as a coach, highlights of the ICF Team Coaching Certification, and much, much more.

Program Outcomes:

From this panel discussions, participants will:
  • Clarify the difference between group and team coaching
  • Identify your role as a coach is different in a group and team coaching environment
  • Apply learnings to help the team and group identify success measures
  • Demonstrate actions you can take to create an environment of trust and safety when coaching groups and teams
  • Create awareness around success factors and pitfalls when engaging in group or team coaching

CCEUs for this Program: 1.0 Core Competancy