Group Coaching

GROUP COACHING

builds leaders who will create the future

Executive Coaching is a powerful way to equip leaders to meet the organization’s current and future challenges

A global IT giant wanted to groom their next generation leaders, especially senior Managers. Developing leaders to take on higher responsibilities and identifying high performers to reach their full potential were some of the requirements. The shared vision and alignment helped to improve their service offerings. Coaching helped them to develop leadership qualities which inspired allegiance from loyal and long-serving managers. Read how Executive Coaching helped them meet their objectives.

What is Group Coaching?

Group coaching brings the coaching conversation into a small group context. It is an intimate conversation space, focused on goal setting, deepening awareness around key issues, taking action and accountability. It is a longer, deeper and goal focussed engagement as compared to training and facilitation.

Why is Group Coaching gaining popularity?

It facilitates access to feelings and fosters self-awareness by thinking aloud about self and listening to others’ stories.

Benefits of Group Coaching

  • Cost saving method and effective alternative to individual or one on one coaching
  • Scalability is high and this method can help evolve the organizations culture towards a coaching culture
  • Creates higher transfer of learning than training and facilitation programs
  • Opening up communication between silos or group members in different parts of the organization
  • Resources are shared across members to help each other accomplish their objective
  • Creating networks for the people to exchange information across the organization

Why Group Coaching Works

INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY – A study showed that there was an 88% increase in productivity in 8 weeks of coaching after training, as compared to 22% increase in productivity with training alone.

Source – Oliver, G. Bane, K.D. and Kopelman, R.E. (Winter, 1997)

GROUP COACHING AFTER TRAINING 88%
TRAINING ONLY 22%

INCREASED WORK LIFE BALANCE – A study showed that 86% participants of a group coaching program were able to develop concrete strategies to address work life balance.

Source – Maureen Clark, Effective Group Coaching

DEVELOPED CONCRETE STRATEGIES TO ADDRESS WORK LIFE BALANCE 86%