Do you want to be a Team Coach?

Invest in your Team’s power!

  • The “Diploma in Team Coaching” is ideal for coaches who want to learn how to coach a team.

  • Designated path for your ICF ACTC credential (Advanced Certification in Team Coaching).

  • Accredited by the International Coaching Federation as an AATC (Advanced Accreditation in Team Coaching) program. 🌟 As one of the longest-running ICF-accredited Team Coaching programs globally (9 years and counting), we’re proud to be recognized by the industry-leading ICF.

  • This accreditation not only reflects our commitment to providing top-quality coaching education but also simplifies the journey for individual coach practitioners pursuing their ICF Advanced Certification in Team Coaching (ACTC). 🎓

  • Trust in our standards and join the growing community of coaches who are prepared for the complexities of team coaching. 🤝 

  • All-inclusive pack of synchronous and asynchronous learning, theory, models, observed practice with feedback, and team coaching supervision.

  • Accelerated Learning and High Standards by introducing Multiple Focal Points, Cross-Pollination, and a Groundbreaking combo of Learning Modalities.

  • Supervision with role-play live action and techniques of mentor coaching for team coaches.

  • Proven fit-to-learn format: Our programme’s groundbreaking design is ideal for busy people. It’s based on a proven system that combines on-demand videos with rolling self-paced learning, live online video group and one-on-one calls, and fully online and experiential assignments backed with the support of ongoing coaching supervision.


  •        Gain a clear understanding of the theory and methodology of Team Coaching.

  •        Develop specific Team coaching competencies.

  •        Effectively provide a reflective space for clients about their practices.

  •        Enhance your confidence, authority, presence, and resilience when working with teams at all levels.

  •        Offer opportunities to explore personal challenges in working with specific team members.

  •        Apply your learning to your own client – with support from faculty and a group supervision setting.

  •        Support teams to grow and become self-aware entities that change the way they relate and communicate in order to create a container that lets their authentic presence surface and flourish.


The program is accredited through the International Coaching Federation (ICF) as Advanced Accreditation in Team Coaching (AATC)  for 62 hours.

This satisfies ICF training requirements for an ACTC credential

Learning methods

In education and training, we actively prioritize accelerated learning and high standards as they play a significant role. Furthermore, we enhance these elements through the incorporation of multiple focal points, cross-pollination, and a groundbreaking blend of learning modalities.

Speaking of multiple focal points, we leverage a variety of learning resources and methods to stimulate learners and boost their understanding of the subject matter. These may encompass visual aids, hands-on activities, group discussions, and online resources. In using multiple focal points, we help learners cultivate a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter, enabling them to apply their learnings across diverse contexts.

Moreover, cross-pollination is a concept we apply; it signifies converging ideas and strategies from various fields or disciplines to generate new insights and solutions. In a learning context, this means exposing learners to a variety of perspectives and methodologies, fostering their capacity to think critically and creatively about the subject matter. Through cross-pollination of ideas and methods, we assist learners in developing a more nuanced understanding of the subject, opening avenues for innovative applications of their learnings.

Transitioning to the topic of a groundbreaking combination of learning modalities, we strive to utilize a diverse range of learning methods and techniques to construct a dynamic and engaging learning experience. This approach might involve merging traditional classroom instruction with online learning, or employing interactive simulations and games to reinforce learning objectives. By utilizing such a groundbreaking combination of learning modalities, we maintain learner engagement and motivation throughout the process, facilitating a deeper, more enduring comprehension of the subject matter.

Lastly, we provide ongoing coaching supervision to offer learners continuous support and guidance from experienced coaches. These coaches can help learners stay on track, navigate any challenges that arise, and ultimately achieve their learning goals.

In conclusion, when these components come together, they create a fit-to-learn format that’s accessible, flexible, and effective for busy individuals looking to develop their skills and knowledge. Regardless of whether learners aim to advance in their careers, pursue new opportunities, or simply deepen their understanding of a particular subject, our programme is tailored to facilitate their success.

Experience in Leadership or Management: Have some experience in a leadership or managerial position. This helps you to better understand and apply the principles of team coaching.

Understanding of Basic Coaching Principles: A basic understanding of coaching principles. This could be obtained through a foundational coaching course, a psychology degree, or professional experience in coaching or mentoring roles.

Commitment to Personal Development: A strong interest in personal growth and development, both for yourself and for helping others, is essential. Team coaching often involves confronting personal and interpersonal challenges, which requires a high degree of commitment and openness.

Relevant Qualifications: We require coaching qualifications, such as a certification in coaching preferably by a program accredited as ICF Level 1 or equivalent. This program leads to the ICF AATC advanced credential. Eligibility requirements for this credential include holding a basic ICF credential (ACC, PCC or MCC).

Access to a Team: The program involves practical application of the principles being learned. It will support your learning if you have access to a team that you can work with. This could be a team that you lead at work, a volunteer team, or even a group of people willing to form a team for the purposes of your study.

Interview: An interview might be conducted to ensure you’re the right fit for the program and to assess your commitment and understanding of the program’s principles.

  • Team Coaching definition & modalities distinctions
  • Team Coaching Competency Model
  • MAGIC model
  • Five Behaviors / Team Performance / PERILL / Team Positivity & Productivity strengths
  • Team coaching techniques & skills
  • Team stages of development
  • Team success and failure systemic factors
  • Communication toxins
  • Code of Ethics
  • Book reviews, 3
  • Video presentation, 1
  • Reflective journal, 1
  • Observed coaching practice, 2
  • Non-observed practice, 15
  • Supervision of reflective practice, 5
  • Diploma essay, 1

Participatory Learning Methods and the Learning Pyramid:

The Learning Pyramid, developed by the National Training Laboratories, highlights the retention rates associated with different teaching methods. Our program leverages these insights to maximize learning and retention.

  1. Book Reviews:
    • Benefits: Enhances critical thinking and comprehension skills. Encourages learners to engage deeply with the material, fostering a more profound understanding of coaching concepts.
    • Analysis: Book reviews fall into the “Reading” category of the Learning Pyramid, with an average retention rate of about 10%. This activity, however, becomes more effective when combined with group discussions and reflective practices.
  2. Video Presentation:
    • Benefits: Develops communication and presentation skills. Allows learners to articulate their understanding and insights on specific topics.
    • Analysis: This method involves “Teaching others” learning, with a retention rate of about 90%. Creating and presenting videos help learners organize their thoughts and present complex ideas clearly and concisely.
  3. Reflective Journal:
    • Benefits: Encourages ongoing reflection and self-awareness. Helps learners track their progress and identify areas for improvement.
    • Analysis: Reflective journaling aligns with “Writing” and “Reflecting” methods, enhancing retention through personal engagement and self-assessment.
  4. Observed Coaching Practice:
    • Benefits: Provides practical experience with real-time feedback. Enhances coaching skills through hands-on practice and observation.
    • Analysis: Falls under “Practice by Doing,” which has a retention rate of 75%. Observed coaching practice bridges the gap between theory and practice, allowing learners to apply their knowledge in real-world scenarios.
  5. Non-Observed Practice:
    • Benefits: Offers additional practice opportunities without the pressure of immediate observation. Encourages independent skill development.
    • Analysis: This also aligns with “Practice by Doing,” fostering confidence and competence in a less formal setting, supporting high retention rates.
  6. Supervision of Reflective Practice:
    • Benefits: Provides professional guidance and support. Helps learners to critically evaluate their practice and identify areas for improvement.
    • Analysis: Supervision combines “Discussion Group” facilitating deeper understanding through feedback and dialogue, with retention rates of 50%.
  7. Diploma Essay:
    • Benefits: Encourages comprehensive research and synthesis of knowledge. Demonstrates the learner’s understanding and application of coaching principles.
    • Analysis: Writing a diploma essay involves “Writing” and “Reading,” with enhanced retention when the essay is followed by presentations or discussions, integrating various learning methods for greater impact.


Combining in-person learning with participatory methods, informed by the Learning Pyramid, provides a rich, engaging educational experience. Our program ensures that learners not only gain theoretical knowledge but also develop practical skills through interactive and reflective activities. This holistic approach to learning ensures that participants are well-prepared to excel in their coaching careers.

Finally, remember that in order to become a good coach, we must first look to ourselves.
We invite you to bring an open mind to this positive process.
Be ready to embrace new concepts and hopefully some new insights into who you are, and most importantly, enjoy the journey!

  1. Speak with a Faculty member
  2. Fill in the Registration Form
  3. Attach a short bio
  4. You are ready

If you have any questions relating to this programme please send us an email here.

$2,650 paid in full (€ 2,515 or £2,150)

Instalment plans might be available with major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard) at a slightly higher total.
Completion Certificates are issued only when the full tuition amount is paid.
There is no penalty for early payment of tuition in advance.

Upon successful graduation, your certificate will be accredited by ICF as AATC for 62 hours.

Read here our Programs policy.

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There are many methods with which trainees become engaged.
All of these allow them to receive knowledge but with different retention rates.
In Positivity Coaching we use all the different learning methods and we emphasise in the participatory ones.
After all, what’s better than teaching coaching with the coaching way?

Once enrolled into the programme you will get access to:

  • Digital platform
  • On demand Video lectures
  • Online Training manual
  • Classroom Q&A
  • Group Mentor Coaching
  • Privé Mentor Coaching
  • Group Supervision
  • TeamWork Mastery
  • Mentor Assessment
  • Overall 60 learning hours

Online course start: December 2024.

In-person course: November 22-26, 2024, 10.00 am – 5.30 pm local time. Location: Athens, Greece.

What’s included in the Welcome Pack?

  1. You will get access to the digital platform*
  2. Access to Classroom Q&A
  3. Access to Tutoring
  4. Access to Supervision for Team Coaches
  5. Access to Observed team coaching practice

*Access to the digital platform includes:

  • on-demand video lectures,
  • training documents,
  • videos, and
  • forums.

As you will be gathering experience please remember a letter will be required for your ICF ACTC application:

When writing a letter for the ACTC application, it is important to include the following elements:

  • Letterhead: Use the official company letterhead, unless prohibited by a confidentiality agreement.
  • Authorized Representative: Include the name and contact information (such as phone number and email address) of the authorized representative writing the letter.
  • Role and Organization: Clearly state the role of the authorized representative within the organization or team, providing their job title and the name of the organization.
  • ACTC Applicant: Mention the name of the ACTC applicant for whom the letter is being written.
  • Total Hours of Team Engagement: Specify the total number of hours that the team has been engaged in relevant activities or projects. This demonstrates the extent of the applicant’s involvement and experience.
  • Start and End Dates: Clearly state the start and end dates of the team engagement, indicating the duration of the applicant’s active participation.
  • Number of Team Members: Mention the total number of team members involved in the engagement. This gives an idea of the scale and scope of the team’s work.

By including these elements in the letter, you can provide the necessary information to support the ACTC application and ensure that the letter meets the required standards.

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