Leadership coaching

Coaching in a Group = More Insights

A research study determined that 92% of executives who had worked with a coach would do so again.   Coaching is highly-regarded as a successful way to learn although one-on-one coaching is costly.  Not only costly, but perhaps even not as rich an experience as in a group. Learning is a social activity.  When we are…

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Why Coaching in a Group is Better

 “We all need somebody to lean on.” Those words, from the HBR blog, “How to Cultivate a Peer Coaching Network” , simply state a key benefit of a coaching group.  As the old saying goes, “two is better than one” and even more people to lean on is even better. An Insight Circle is a group of…

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Coach or Therapist – What’s the difference?

The question is often asked:  “What is the difference between a coach and a therapist?”   It may depend, of course, on the individual coach or therapist.  I like to keep things simple: A therapist focuses on why the client may respond in certain ways. A coach helps the client determine how to respond in a productive way.…

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