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By Lisa Walsh for Forbes

When a team is considering partnering with a team coach, two questions that often arise are “How will we know when the team coaching engagement is complete?” and “How will we be able to continue our progress once the team coaching engagement concludes?”

…While all teams are at different points in their maturity the team generally seeks to continue its forward progress. Some teams choose to term this goal “coaching itself.” If this is a team goal, how do we know when the team achieves that goal?

Summarized here are four personal observations of a team that is ready to coach itself. Two observations are specific to things the team is doing, and two are specific to how the team is being.

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