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group coaching

A facilitated practice that encourages dialogue, discovery, and action within a given group, prompting conversations and learning among its members.

"No mind is complete by itself. It needs contact and association with other minds to grow and expand."

- Napoleon Hill


Group coaching is a process where a coach works with a group of clients to help them achieve their goals; individually and collectively. The coach helps the clients to set goals, identify strategies, and create action plans to achieve their goals. The coach also provides support and accountability to the clients.


What are the benefits of group coaching?


There are many benefits of group coaching, including:

 1. Increased accountability and motivation

When you are part of a group, you are more likely to be accountable to your goals and to stay motivated. This is because you don’t want to let your team down and you feel supported by the group.


2. More fun and enjoyable

Group coaching can be more fun and enjoyable than individual coaching. This is because you get to interact with other people and learn from their experiences.


3. Greater sense of community & improved relationships

When you are part of a group, you will often develop a greater sense of community. This is because you will share common goals and experiences. Group coaching can help you build relationships as you to learn from, and about, your fellow group members.  When you interact with other participants, you can learn about their backgrounds and their experiences, which can help you to feel more comfortable with them and develop or improve relationships.


4. Cost-effective

Group coaching can be more cost-effective than individual coaching because the fee is spread out among the group.  There are pros and cons to both 1:1 and group coaching.  The most effective coaching will sometimes be a blend of both.

What are the main types of group coaching?

1. Themed group coaching

Themed group coaching offers participants a dive into a particular topic. Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Psychological safety

  • Work/life balance

  • Time management

  • Managing overwhelm & burnout

  • Strengths development

  • Engagement

  • Communication

  • Finding joy


2. Group coaching following 1:1 coaching

Group coaching following one-on-one coaching can be an effective way to continue your development journey. When you work with a coach one-on-one, you gain a deep understanding of your personal strengths and weaknesses. This self-awareness can be the foundation for continued growth in a group setting.

Group coaching can also offer the benefit of diverse perspectives. When you're part of a group, you'll have the opportunity to learn from the experiences and perspectives of others. This can be a valuable way to expand your thinking and see things from a new perspective.

3. Group coaching following a structured training program

Group coaching following a structured training program can be an effective way to promote learning and professional development. By bringing together a group of people who have participated in the same learning experience, you can deepen the learning and help transfer the learning into action.

By using a group coaching program, you can create a more cohesive team and promote a positive culture of learning.

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