Join us on Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Coaching Many (Group and Team Coaching)
This session will explore some of the core best practices of coaching groups and teams, including practical things coaches can immediately implement into their work. This session has been delivered to other ICF chapters with attendees indicating that they have appreciated the applicability of it to their work. Group and team coaching continues to grow in popularity on the part of individual and organizational clients. Need for enhanced skills in virtual coaching are likely to also be important for some time to come.
- Participants will explore two essential elements to differentiate a group coaching experience, particularly if it’s virtual or online
- Participants will learn implementation tips for creating a WOW experience every time
- Participants will learn ways to create more interaction in the virtual space
- Learn how to facilitate client learning and engagement in the context of a group setting
- Learn how to establish a coaching agreement with trust, intimacy and safety in the context of group or team coaching
- Learn how to establish trust and intimacy in a virtual space
- Learn how to facilitate client learning, engagement and active participation in a virtual space
Approved by ICF Global for 1.5 Core Competencies
Meet Jennifer Britton
Jennifer Britton, MES, CHRP, CPT, PCC, is the author of five publications including Effective Group Coaching (2010), From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (2013), and Effective Virtual Conversations (2017). Known for her thought leadership in the area of group and team coaching, Jennifer also has been a pioneer in the virtual and remote space. Since the early 1990s she’s led teams remotely and programming virtually, first in the international humanitarian sector, later through her company, Potentials Realized, an award-winning coaching skills training company.
Since 2004 her bulk of her focus has been on virtual programming, including ICF CCE approved programs, on-demand sessions, and train-the-trainer programming in the area of coaching skills, and virtual facilitation.
Most days you’ll find Jenn leading a myriad of virtual programs – from remote team development, to virtual retreats for business owners and teams, to group coaching programs.
Jennifer Britton is the author of five books including her first – Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010), her middle – Effective Virtual Conversations (2017), and her latest – PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner for Virtual and Remote Professionals (2019). A popular speaker, Jennifer is also the co-host of the Remote Pathways podcast (link to RemotePathways.com) which explores the many different pathways to remote work, business and leadership. She also hosts the Remote and Virtual Visionaries Facebook Group.