Group Coaching

Groups Coaching offers 6-10 people with similar experience or holding similar positions an opportunity to explore current challenges, options, values, with a coach in a confidential conversation. Group coaching focusses on the needs of each individual group member. Like indivual coaching, group coaching requires self-reflection, a willingness to explore options, possibilities, and work collaboratively. Group coaching is a powerful process which offers members opportunities for cross fertilisation of ideas and to gain profound insights. Group coaching facilitates the development of interpersonal and collaborative skills and seeds cultural change. Groups run for between 6 and 10 weeks.

Group Coaching can be beneficial for individuals and teams who:

  • Want to enhance their leadership skills
  • See the value of change but are unsure how to make change happen;
  • Want to achieve improved outcomes for yourself or your organisation;
  • Face an exciting challenge/opportunity and want input from others in a similar situation;
  • Experience challenges working with others which limits their performance;
  • Like learning with others and being exposed to or challenged by new ideas;
  • Want an opportunity to reflect and grow as a person or professional

Group coaching programs are offered for:

  • Non-government organisations providing personal and community services for clients with a mental illness or disability.
  • Middle managers working in mid to large organisations (public, private, non government)
  • Clinicians, Registered Nurses seeking to develop career and professional goals or address professional/cultural issues
  • Carers who want to enhance their ability to negotiate the health and social care systems for their loved ones (carers of people experiencing serious health challenges such as mental illness, developmental disability, dementia)
  • Students wanting to develop study and leadership skills, confidence speaking or presenting in public.

Members of coaching groups are considered creative and resourceful. Underpinned by adult learning principles the coach facilitates the group, creating opportunities for individual and collective learning, growth and change. Group members seek to:

  • Identify and clarify what they want to achieve;
  • Name what might be preventing them, or the group, from achieving what they set out to achieve
  • Explore limiting situations and identify core values
  • Generate possible options, strategies and solutions to move forward.




"Your past is not your potential. In any hour you can choose to liberate the future"

- Marilyn Ferguson

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