4. Group Coaching: Goal Setting by Janet Ratniewski, M.S.

One of the key components of the Group Coaching process features individual goal setting. After a group member shares their particular challenge, others in the group guide the person to define the issue more clearly through inquiry. Once the challenge is well defined, the group helps the individual form an action plan, and encourages accountability…

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3. Group Coaching: Pre-work by Gloria E. Bader, Ed.D.

Sample pre-work for individual participants in a Group Coaching session. This worksheet aids the participant in focusing on a suitable challenge (problem, opportunity, and/or issue on which they want to take action).  It is often difficult to choose between possible challenges (e.g.: resources on a particular project, planning complexities, one’s leadership style and its impact…

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2. Group Coaching: Mechanics of a Session by Gloria E. Bader, Ed.D.

The mechanics of a Group Coaching program vary depending on the number of people in a group and the number of sessions held over a period of time. Five half-day sessions (5 hours in length) over 7-10 months will accommodate five participants. Ideally, an orientation to the methodology of Action Learning launches the Group Coaching…

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

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…

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Work Family Conflict: Steve Hansen, PCC

In this post, Steve Hansen  shares his experiences with coaching people who are experiencing work family conflict. Many of the people I coach experience some work-family conflict issues (work/life balance). There is a lot of talk about work-life balance in the workplace but it is often discussed with sort of a wink, in the sense…

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Work Family Conflict: Gloria Bader, Ed.D.

In this post, Gloria Bader, Ed.D.  shares her experiences with coaching people who are experiencing work family conflict. She specifically addresses some differences she has noticed in coaching Latino managers and executives, as well as some gender differences that have come up. How do you coach someone who is experiencing work family conflict? I often…

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Work Family Conflict: Xavier Hernandez, Ph.D.

In this post, Xavier Hernandez, Ph.D.  shares his experiences with coaching people who are experiencing work family conflict. He specifically addresses some differences he has noticed in coaching Latino managers and executives, as well as some gender differences that have come up. How do you coach someone who is experiencing work family conflict? In coaching…

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Work Family Conflict: Elizabeth Harper, Psy.D. 

In this post, Elizabeth Harper, Psy.D.  shares her experiences with coaching people who are experiencing work family conflict.  She specifically addresses some differences she has noticed in coaching male and female managers and executives. How do you coach someone who is experiencing work family conflict? Work family conflict is an issue that is brought up…

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