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What are your favorite activities to use? Please feel free to comment below.
A couple of tips in selecting activities:
1. What is the purpose of the activity - to spark conversation, create new insights, clarify, expand, facilitate action, support goals, other?
2. How long do you have to undertake the activity?
3. Remember to leave as much time around dialogue as the actual activity itself, if you are coaching.
4. What supports/materials will you need?
5. How will this connect in with other activities or themes you are working around?
6. What pre-work is there to set people up for maximum advantage?
7. What post-work is there?
Have a great start to your week,
Jennifer Britton, PCC, CPCC
GroupCoachingEssentials : our site for Coaches wanting to expand their work with groups and teams
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Email: info (at)potentialsrealized (dot)com
About Us: Jennifer Britton is author of Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010) andFrom One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013) . Since 2004 she and her company, Potentials Realized, have supported thousands of coaches, trainers, and leaders, design and create more impactful team and group programs (in-person and virtual). Jennifer offers customized programs for organizations, as well as virtual public training programs. Our areas of specialty are team development, leadership and coaching. Our 2017 programming starts during the week of January 9th and will include: The Group Coaching Essentials teleseminar (8.75 CCEs), The Advanced Group and Team Coaching Practicum (10 CCEs), and the Mentor Coaching Group for ACC/PCC portfolio routes. Our 2017 Learning Lab and Design Studio Group for Coaches who want to build their business and expand their group and team programs starts January as well (2 group calls on Fridays throughout 2017)