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Fast Tracks Insight Interview
Phillip Sandahl

Cracking the Code on Teams

An interview with Phillip Sandahl

Teams excel when everyone is a leader.

"When I am willing to take a stand for the mission of my team, even when it means disagreeing with others who are on it, that's leadership in action."

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Phil Sandahl is co-founder of Team Coaching International (TCI), a team development coaching and consulting company and home of the Team Diagnostic Assessmentâ„¢ and team coaching methodology. TCI works with multi-national client teams and affiliates worldwide. Phil is also one of the designers and originators of the Team Coaching Intensive, a training program for team coach/facilitators with more than 180 graduates in 19 countries.


Phil has been coaching since 1996 working with individual coaching clients from companies such as Visa, Marriott, Aetna, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Johns Manville, Pitney-Bowes and Disney.


In addition, Phil is an internationally recognized coach trainer. He is co-author of Co-Active Coaching: New skills for coaching people toward success in work and life, considered the leading text book on coaching. He is a senior faculty member for The Coaches Training Institute (CTI), and a course leader in the Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching curriculum developed at The Center for Right Relationship.

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