Group Coaching for corporate requirements
My group coaching clients benefit from the peer learning with others, commonly referred to as the collective wisdom of the group. This peer learning is often as important as the interaction with the coach. Many clients find the process “less on the spot”, giving them more time to reflect and integrate their insights.
Organisations may find benefit due to the scalable nature of the process, opening up communication between silos or group members in different stages of transition within the organisation. Over time these relationships create a valuable support network long after the employees have left the organisation.
Group coaching can also be positioned as a training follow-on, supporting learners to with the transfer and application of their learning, creating an on-going accountability structure. Group coaching is an on-going conversation, which supports change over time.