Online executive coaching in small groups of about four or five members, will provide the setting to work on a Leadership Development Using Online Group Executive Coaching weekly or bi-weekly basis over a course of several months, on honing self awareness and interpersonal skills under the guidance of the experienced coach.

The small group setting encourages the development of trust and provides peer support as well as peer encouragement in the change process. In addition to receiving feedback from peers on their own development goals, participants also have the opportunity to practice being the coach; which is itself an important skill for leaders.

Participants take an assessment online prior to beginning coaching sessions. During a feedback session with a coach, participants select a small number of development goals on which to focus. Participants then bring those goals to the group coaching sessions. The first task of the participants in executive coaching is to develop a contract or agreement which establishes the goals, time commitment, methods and confidentiality constraints that will guide their work.

While the established goals and contract set the parameters, each group will find its unique path to growth and development for its members. Participants are encouraged to commit to assignments, in which they practice new behaviors and approaches in their work settings. They can then report on these activities during subsequent coaching sessions and use discussion of these as impetus to successful behavioral change in pursuant of their development goals.

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Paul Bailey
 

Paul is a highly experienced Business Coach, Mentor and Personal Development Specialist. He works with people to enhance business and personal performance through a process of supported self-awareness and self- development. Paul is the Co-Author of the book 80 Tips.

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