Coaching for Groups

My group coaching program was developed to look at offering a self-audit to people managing themselves and key relationships in their lives.

What does coaching for groups offer?

‘Talk to someone’ is something regularly said but that assumes that the mechanisms are in place to navigate who to talk to, how to set up clear boundaries and take responsibility for ourselves. These are skills that can be learned and can set a person up well to negotiate their lives.

I drew this program looking at what skills are needed to have meaningful conversations and who are the people that we can count on. It also explores values and what we want to cultivate in our lives i.e., trust, kindness and the responsibility each of us has to live what we say we value.

It is made up of 6 x 1-hour sessions and ideally 8 – 10 in a group.

Each week I focus on a particular skill with exercises to do a deep dive into how it impacts us and how to be more aware of using it to be our best self.

The program is reviewed based on feedback from people who have participated previously so it is an ever-growing program gathering the wisdom of all the participants along the way.

Who is group coaching for?

Group coaching offers the opportunity to develop a program for a group or team to agree an outline of agendas that can be explored and developed through the coaching framework.

Group coaching offers the opportunity for groups to share the coaching space to look at what they need to thrive as individuals and as a group. It offers a unique and valuable experience that can help individuals achieve their goals and reach their full potential.

Group coaching is a great way for people to access coaching to look at collective agendas. It gives the opportunity to gather with other like-minded people to share wisdom, explore their thinking and forge their path ahead.

Group coaching is a great way to introduce young adults and teenagers to coaching as they have the benefit of being in a group of their peers.

Agendas for working on can be agreed beforehand to create an overall objective but staying with the coaching principle of dancing in the moment, each session is unique to the group as it is a collaboration of all involved.

First steps to see if working with me would be a good fit for you….

Book a FREE, NO OBLIGATION 30-minute discovery call to see if we would work well together to help your group achieve their goals.

There are many paths travelled to find what suits best and there is also the opportunity to create something new and unique that will suit your group.

I will meet with the person coordinating the group to look at the agenda of the group and what area they want to work on. I will then draw up a program specifically to the needs of the group for consideration and agreement.

I offer a 6-week program for groups and this can be adjusted to ensure it meets the needs of your particular group. The focus and what the group are seeking to achieve will be considered every step along the way to ensure that we are on track with what the group is looking to achieve.

Success Stories

“I would tell anyone to work with Lucy. They could get some vital skills for their future. My biggest takeaway was learning bout myself. I found the (work) sheets useful and I may look back on them when in trouble. Wisdom is a wonderful thing!”

Adolescent 15

“Definitely take this program, it will be incredibly worthwhile and you won’t regret it. The biggest takeaway from this is that you are the only version of yourself that exists and therefore have the right to live because you were born into this world. Thank you so much Lucy. Thanks for all the guidance I’m so glad I went.”

Adolescent 17

“I say do Lucys coaching program because you learn something you didn’t know existed. My biggest takeaway was about how many different types of listening there are.”

Adolescent 16

I never cease to be amazed at the power of the coaching process to draw out the skills or talent that was previously hidden within an individual, and which invariably finds a way to solve a problem previously thought unsolvable.

John Russell

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