Saturday, August 09, 2014

Five From One to Many Tips -

With the ongoing changes to Facebook algorhythms you may not have seen these recent From One to Many Tips posted at our Effective Group Coaching Facebook page. Here are five which were posted oer the last month - As you read through them, which ones can you incorporate into fall and winter programming?

Check out past posts which go into some of these topics including Four Approaches to Consider ,

Check out the post on Key Components for Designing Group and Team Coaching for some additional percolation points around engagement and design.

View my December 2013 video where I talk about some of these decks at the Effective Group Coaching YouTube page here.

You can also read a 2014 post on Five Ways to Use Visuals.

Check out the group coaching tools tab for a multitude of ideas of what you might want to incorporate or resources you may want to go to for inspiration when developing your next program. Both of my books - Effective Group Coaching and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching - have 40 plus page appendices with many other group coaching activities listed.

During week 4 of the Group Coaching Essentials teleseminar we cover more than a dozen tools, and each week of the teleseminar I bring in through modeling and your own participation a different approach or activity which you can adapt for your groups.
If you haven't done so, make a list of all the resources you have available to you.

Have a great weekend,

Jennifer Britton, PCC, CPCC
Author of Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013)

Join us for an upcoming program including:
The Group Coaching Essentials teleseminar starting this Wednesday August 13 from 10-11:15 am ET by phone, with calls held August 13, 20, 27, September 3, and 10 (6.75 CCEs)
Mentor Coaching Group starting Thursday August 14 at 9 am Eastern, running for 3 months to mid-November. Meets the 10 hours of mentor coaching requirements with the ICF.

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