This paper explores how coaching supports team working in an NHS hospital. Using a case study methodology, a multidisciplinary team were asked to reflect on and describe their experiences of being coached and how this supported them in working as a team. The findings demonstrate that team coaching supported team working in a number of interwoven ways and that seeing and understanding the human person behind the professional mask was a significant element in gluing the team together. It substantiates team coaching as an intervention in enhancing team working and highlights some of the elements that contributed to this.
team coaching, teamwork, case study, NHS
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