So What Type of People Participate in Coaching Groups?

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Meet Elaine:  A successful manager at an electric and gas company.  She’s worked for the company for 12 years and never had aspirations for this leadership role. Although she enjoys helping her direct reports, she often feels she doesn’t have enough time to devote to their development. In addition, it seems as though she is always responding to some type of crisis (sometimes just fielding conflicts among her team) but often related to meeting production deadlines. She is no longer feeling as confident in her leadership role and wonders: “How can I be more effective and create a more unified team?”  Elaine decided to enroll in a coaching group.
Meet Carl: An ambitious and well-regarded attorney, who in his early 40s, would love to be able to shift gears and pursue his passion, which he is currently engaging in on the side – to work full-time directing the community center he started, which provides programming for the youth and elderly.  He struggles with questions such as: “When is the right time to embrace this full time?” and “How can I expand my company and hire the right people?” Carl decided to enroll in a coaching group.

Why a coaching group, you ask? Well, professionals join for a number reasons to include the desire to improve skills in collaboration, negotiation, and leadership. Coaching groups rely on the shared wisdom and expertise of group members to achieve personal and group goals for success.  Coaching groups are delivered by a professional coach who provides the skill sets and creates the atmosphere for a positive shared learning experience. The group provides stimulation for creating novel concepts and ideas, along with a level of accountability that allows for powerful results in just a short period of time.

Coaching Groups are currently being formed at Transformations Consulting & Leadership Development.  These groups are virtual and provide an economical way to capitalize on the vast amount of experiences of diverse groups of people who share similar needs and goals.

Contact Dr. Leslie to register for any one of the following groups:

NEXT STEPS COACHING GROUPFor professionals seriously considering

  • Starting a Business
  • Returning to School
  • Changing Careers
  • Planning for Retirement

MANAGERS’ SPECIAL COACHING GROUP – For managers and supervisors with a commitment towards

  • Motivating Employees
  • Producing cohesive and productive teams
  • Delegating to get results
  • Optimizing time and resources

EXECUTIVE LEVEL COACHING GROUP  – For CEOs, presidents, senior executives and directors with a need to focus on

  • Harnessing their organization’s culture for change
  • Improving employee engagement
  • Remaining true to their vision
  • Expansion or succession planning

Coaching groups can also be industry specific – for example, female executives in male-dominated industries; sales agents operating independent offices; financial services or real-estate professionals working towards the Millionaires Club.

Contact Dr. Leslie TODAY about customizing a group to meet your needs.  Groups typically fill up quickly so Register today by calling 877-519-8039.

Dr. Leslie Bessellieu is a certified personal and executive coach, specializing in workplace issues.


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