There are significant benefits to investing in 1-to-1 executive coaching, and advantages for an organization to utilize a group coaching model. Today let’s take a look at some of the benefits of group coaching.
Primary Benefits of Group Coaching
- Lower Cost – Group coaching sessions typically are less expensive per employee since efficiency results as multiple participants receive the same information at one time. The organization gains strength when more employees are going in the same direction. It can be a powerful experience to have 5, 50, or 150 team members growing in unison.
- Team Atmosphere – When you participate in group coaching sessions with other organization members, you quickly develop a sense of community. This community feel can help when you’re struggling with various issues within your business. You can lean on these other members to help you traverse challenging times.
- Accountability – Too often, people set goals but fail to follow through with them. With group coaching, you’ll set goals together and hold each other accountable to reach these goals. Providing support and challenge for one another may bring the motivation to work diligently to achieve or even surpass your goals.
- Promote Creativity – A group setting can be a great platform to launch new ideas and receive feedback from others. Group coaching offers opportunities to celebrate the unique contributions of each individual and discover how to bring out the best in each team member. This setting allows everyone to bring their successes and failures to the group and receive constructive feedback that may be just what you need to take your business to the next level.
Interested in Participating in a Group Coaching Session?
If you’re interested in group coaching for yourself or a group of individuals within your organization, don’t hesitate to reach out to Jeff Dorman today. Jeff would be glad to sit down with you and outline more about the many benefits of group coaching. Give Jeff a call at (651) 324-8592, or book a free consultation on Jeff’s calendar.