Have experiences with challenging TBL teams? Sometimes TBL teams do not work well together and struggle interpersonally, professionally, or academically. Achieving team development within interprofessional TBL teams over time requires expansion of the traditional faculty role of â€˜Guide on the Side’ to include Interprofessional Education (IPE) Promoter and Team Coach. This role expansion has been explored and developed at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus for 3 years and has been an effective mechanism for building and maintaining an interprofessional faculty community of practice. In this workshop, we will introduce this innovative approach to training TBL faculty in promoting interprofessionalism as well as coaching challenging TBL teams using the Ignore-Confront-Process framework. This workshop begins with an introduction to the expanded roles of Interprofessional Education (IPE) Promotor and Team Coach for TBL facilitators, followed by a review of common challenging TBL team behaviors, readiness for coaching, and the Ignore-Confront-Process framework. In order to optimize the application of the Ignore-Confront-Process coaching approach for workshop participants, we will use the liberating structure of Troika Consulting http://www.liberatingstructures.com/8-troika-consulting/ Troika Consulting allows individual participants to receive peer advice on TBL coaching challenges in an efficient and interactive manner. Participants (across experience levels) will experience how this approach builds shared understanding and support of the coaching role, which promotes a faculty community of practice. We will end the workshop with an opportunity to reflect on how the coaching role can be used in your institution to develop a community of practice amongst your interprofessional faculty.