While one-to-one coaching is highly effective for working with individuals who wish to transform their lives, sometimes entire groups or organizations require a collective effort to attain their objectives.
Group coaching clients benefit from peer learning with others. This peer interaction is often as important as the interaction with the coach. Many clients find the process “less on the spot”, giving them more time to reflect, integrate, and articulate their insights.
Clients can benefit from:
Shared wisdom of the group
Working toward common goals
Positive effect of social facilitation
Increased awareness of psychodynamic processes within a group
Development of support and trust within the group
Improved conflict resolution
Heightened emotional intelligence
Group coaching has many benefits, not the least of which is the ability to strengthen team bonds and improve collective awareness within a company or organization. Attending sessions with peers can expand an individual’s cognizance of the “bigger picture” as well as their personal contribution towards an objective “greater than themselves.”