Group Coaching: an Introduction by Gloria E. Bader, Ed.D.

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Join us in a dialogue about Group Coaching. Under the umbrella methodology of Action Learning, Group Coaching is defined as a process in which 4-6 participants address current real work challenges in a simple structured format, problem-solve through guided questioning, and take action based on new insights. Led by a facilitator, each participant receives careful and thoughtful questions from their fellow group members and in reflecting on the answers, the participant typically re-defines the challenge. Assumptions and obstacles surface that open the way to clear problem solving and renewed motivation to take action. While taking turns, participants improve their questioning and listening skills. Peer relationships grow and trust deepens.

Over the next weeks, look for our posts about Group Coaching and join in the discussion.  Topics will include:

  1. Personal and Organizational Benefits
  2. Mechanics of a session
  3. Pre-work suggestions
  4. Goal Setting
  5. Where Groups Struggle
  6. The Role of the Facilitator
  7. Sample Questions
  8. Evaluation
  9. Selection of group members
  10. Theoretical background
  11. ROI
  12. Research questions
  13. What It Is Not
  14. Sample organizational themes
  15. The Future

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