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THE TOP TEAM cOACHES

A team coach is a member of the team who is responsible for all their members. He/she makes sure that all the members are kept updated about any news, events, meetings, etc. of the team. A team coach is someone who is a leader of a team towards a common goal. A team coach leads his team in a sport and tries to make it better. They are in charge of the team and its members.

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A team coach is different from others in the team because he is the one who guides the team, assigns roles and tasks, and determines the goals of the team. When things don’t go well, the team coach is the one who helps the team recover.  In short, a team coach is the one who leads the team.

Each team coaches, each with their unique style trying to help the clients on improving team skills, and asked them what’s extraordinary about their coaching and what has endorsed their massive success.

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In Brief : The Top Team Coaches
  • Laurel O’Sullivan – Meet Laurel O’Sullivan, a trailblazing coach dedicated to guiding women through periods of transition and loss.
  • Paul Lawrence – Meet Paul, a seasoned team coach, leadership development consultant, and author. With extensive experience in guiding teams and facilitating change, Paul is dedicated to helping organizations thrive.
  • Bryan Powell – Meet Bryan, an Executive Leadership and Team coach with a passion for elevating success. With credentials from the International Coaching Federation and additional certifications, Bryan empowers clients to reach new heights.
  • Matt White – Meet Matt White, the Executive Director of MATT WHITE International, a Management and Leadership Development Firm.
  • Kathy Harman – Introducing Kathy Harman, MCC, CCM, a former techie turned coach extraordinaire. As the Director of Training at Radiance Partners, LLC, Kathy empowers individuals to coach teams and individuals to unparalleled success.
  • Allan Mackintosh – Meet Allan Mackintosh, a seasoned team coach, speaker, and acclaimed author. With over four decades of experience, Allan has left his mark on both corporate and sports teams.
  • Rachel Gojer – Meet Rachel Gojer, a renowned coach specializing in high-achieving executives and teams. With a global clientele including CEOs, business owners, executives, and entrepreneurs.
  • Manbir Kaur – Introducing Manbir Kaur, an accomplished Executive & Leadership Coach (ICF-MCC), Conversational Intelligence (C-IQ) practitioner, Team Coach, and Positive Intelligence Coach.
  • Sandeep Jain – Meet Sandeep, a seasoned professional with over 25 years of corporate experience in finance and business leadership across Asia-Pacific.
  • Fernando Dias – Meet Fernando, a seasoned coach with a wealth of experience since 2016. He has worked with numerous top executives and their teams across diverse industries such as finance, e-commerce, fashion, hospitality, retail, and pharmaceuticals.
  • Albana Vrioni – Meet Albana, a seasoned coach and advisor specializing in empowering global leadership teams to thrive amidst transformational change.
  • Charlie’s – Introducing Charlie Winn, the visionary behind Orchard Coaching. With a keen focus on organizational alignment, Charlie assists businesses in bridging the gap between their overarching vision and their daily operations.
  • Sue Montgomery – Introducing Sue Montgomery, a Professional Certified Coach with over 13 years of dedicated experience in the transformative field of coaching.
  • Annabel Graham – Introducing Annabel Graham, an Accredited Master Executive and Team Coach dedicated to facilitating collaborative success through leadership development, one-to-one coaching, and team coaching programs at Successful Training.

Laurel O’Sullivan

Laurel O’Sullivan is a coaching pioneer and a catalyst for transformation in the lives of
women undergoing transition and the loss that accompanies it. Her practice is
grounded in twenty years of experience as a public interest lawyer, advocate,
professional speaker and consultant along with her own deeply held experiences
traversing loss and transition.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I help my clients connect with their sacred power so they can live their one authentic life. I became a lawyer to advocate for the truth. I now advocate for women to live their truth. As a lawyer and intuitive astrologer, I blend the soulful and the pragmatic to create transformational moments where my clients walk away from our work with an entirely different perspective on their life and the possibilities for it, as well as a unique path forward for achieving their goals.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing is the unique blend of empathy, intuition, inspiration that I bring to every client engagement. I have the ability to succinctly identify the biggest impediment—whether it’s a mindset, belief or behavioral pattern that is keeping them stuck. As an empowerment expert I am adept at teaching my clients how to discern the best strategies for moving through hard transitions, as well as strategies for resiliency. And as a woman, mother and wife, I have endured the loss of a child and the loss of a marriage so witnessing others’ pain is a privilege to me.

The Top Team Coaches team coach
The Top Team Coaches team coach

Paul Lawrence

Paul is an experienced team coach, coach and leadership development/change consultant. He writes articles and books and is currently working on his fifth book – The Wise Leader – to be published by Routledge later this year. Paul has written several academic papers on systemic approaches to team coaching, and translates those insights into new and innovative ways of working with teams in practice.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I regard my key role as a team coach to support teams in developing the capability to manage their own development more effectively. This requires educating teams in all aspects of team effectiveness, adopting multiple roles in helping those teams, and working outside the boundaries of traditional ‘team coaching’. Recognizing these days that people often work across multiple teams, that team boundaries are often not clear, and that leadership is often shared, I work with organizations to enhance the capacity of people across an organization to enhance their teaming skills.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Curiosity. One characteristic of a wise leader is a desire to understand him or herself more deeply, and to understand him/herself in relation to others. If I am, one day, to become a great coach then I need to emulate those qualities. I have invested much time in seeking to understand myself better and many months/years in seeking to understand myself better in relation to others. That journey includes understanding and contributing to the literature on coaching and team coaching. Every article and book I write, every coaching assignment, is an exercise in self-discovery.

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Bryan Powell

Bryan is an Executive Leadership and Team coach that holds his PCC credential through the International Coaching Federation along with additional certifications to assist his clients in elevating their success. He serves clients both internally with a Fortune 500 organization along with running his own practice.

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 In addition, Bryan believes in serving the community we work and live by providing Pro-Bono coaching to Non Profit leadership teams so that they can continue to make an impact on the areas we work and live. He is an active board member for the Orange County ICF chapter serving as Director of Partnerships.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

My coaching differs from some other coaches as my style comes from experience with 20 years as a leader and now 8 years as a professional coach within Fortune 500 organizations. I am able to challenge my executive leaders and teams so that they can lean into their full potential. Our sessions are all about the goals the leader and teams want to align to so that they can accelerate their results where I provide a different dynamic as well as an environment where leaders can show up and say the things they need to say and not what they feel someone wants to hear.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single biggest impact to my coaching is seeking out the mentors that have assisted in my development. Two examples would be Janet Harvey from Invite Change and John Mattone with Intelligent Leadership that have challenged me to continually enhance my skills as a coach so that I can support my leaders in the manner they deserve.

Matt White

Matt White is an Executive Director of Management and Leadership Development Firm, MATT WHITE International, specialising in people-brand-business practices. Among his accolades are the multiple awards the firm accumulated under his leadership, proving his entrepreneurial ability and verve for their work. As an internationally published author, speaker, and family man, he believes in the golden thread of systemic thinking and working for success in totality.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

The systemic model I use focuses on creating clarity, certainty, stability and simplicity to achieve sustainable results, synthesising Change, Culture, Science, Technology, and Biology.

The tools of this model include:
• Neuroscience
• Physiology (mind-muscle-wellbeing integration).
• Positive psychology (cognitive-behavioural science).
• Organisational design
• Leadership development and META Coaching.

Brand practices ensure that change is current and congruent with people and business systems.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

As a Systemic and META, Team and Individual Coach, the individuals and teams I partner with experienced success through my ability to enthuse practical, spiritual and physiological knowledge and experience in team and leadership D.N.A. I contributed the body of coaching knowledge and practice; the
• S.U.I.T.S. Executive Leadership Coaching Program,
• S.U.I.T.S. Systemic Inter-telligence Model for individuals and teams deploying an
orchestrated social enterprise intervention,
• S.U.I.T.S. Inter-telligence for Change and Communication for teams, an
intervention to create an Integrated Strategy for People and Technology
Partnership

The Top Team Coaches team coach
The Top Team Coaches team coach
The Top Team Coaches team coach

Kathy Harman

Kathy Harman, MCC, CCMis a techie-turned-coach who trains people to coach teams and individuals to extraordinary success.  As Director of Training for Radiance Partners, LLC, she instills in her students the same spirit and passion for coaching that she enjoys, preparing them to thrive in their new profession.  Kathy developed the PRISM Team Coaching Approach, which she has trained globally.  She is the author of PRISM Teams:  Coaching Prolific, Radically Innovative Self-Managed Teams, and The ABCs of Living Well. 

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I feel that we can make a difference in the world by helping those in our sphere of influence positively change their lives. Those people in turn can do the same for others in their own sphere of influence, resulting in an exponential positive change. I work with individuals and teams to find their meaningful purpose, and to develop new thought-habits that result in their own unique brand of success.  The key is to help my clients create sustainable transformation that leads them to their next higher level.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that has contributed to my success as a coach was developing the PRISM Team process to help any team (technical, leadership, etc) transform from dysfunctional to high-performing in a way that is both sustainable and fun.  Equally important is the work I do developing new, high-quality coaches who will continue to catalyze positive transformation in the world.

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Allan Mackintosh

Allan Mackintosh is an experienced team coach, speaker and author. He has worked with both corporate and sports teams over forty years and has written two books to date : ‘The Successful Coaching Manager’ and ‘Team Champion – Taking Teamwork Seriously’.  Allan has also created innovative coaching models such as ‘Diamond-Motivation™’ and ‘P.A.R.T.N.E.R.S™’ and as well as working with teams, Allan works with team managers to develop their team leadership skills.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

Whilst my coaching approach overall is similar to all good coaches, I have developed and use my own coaching models meaning that I am different from other coaches in this respect. I do use traditional coaching models but it all depends on the individual team and individual team manager; everything is tailored to individual situations. With over forty years of experience across a number of industries I also use lots of real life situations to support and enable the teams and managers that I work with to formulate and put into action, their own strategies and action plans.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Tough question! Tough in the respect that there is not one single most important thing, as my coaching success is down to a number of factors. Firstly I ensure that a know as much as I can about the client, their organization and the ‘climate’ that they work in. Secondly, I have a ability to build both rapport and strong trust with clients.  Thirdly, having forty years’ experience helps reinforces rapport and trust backed up with a good level of skill. Having my own coaching models helps and using these motivates individual managers and teams to deliver their agreed actions.

The Top Team Coaches team coach
The Top Team Coaches team coach

Rachel Gojer

Rachel Gojer is a coach for High Achieving Executives and Teams. She works with CEOs, Business Owners, Executives and Entrepreneurs and their teams globally to help them create their unique success formula and stay on top of their game by building alignment with their goals, their team members, the stakeholders, the organization and the broader ecosystem. She is the founder and CEO of Rachel Gojer an Executve and Team Coaching Provider.

The Top Team Coaches team coach

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I help leaders and teams  work through the noise of distractions, conflict and changes that gets in the way of performance. My coaching is based on the principles of Positive Psychology and I extensively use Neurolinguistic Programming, Appreciative enquiry and Systemic thinking in my work to help teams and executives stay focused, manage overwhelm and move forward with confidence and power.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing has been my belief in the exponential power of collective human potential. When we do things alone we can only do so much. When a team comes together and moves forward as a single unit the impossible becomes possible.

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