Coaching Circles combine the power of peer-led learning with the flexing of in-demand coaching and facilitation skills. Small groups come together over a series of short sessions to explore relevant topics through stimulating content and structured, action-oriented discussion. Coaching Circles are guided by either a professional coach-facilitator, or trained up members of your team.
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Core, complementary benefits
How Coaching Circles drive performance
Timely topics to tackle together
Some examples of what's being explored in Coaching Circles today
How Coaching Circles work
Coaching Circles offer a development space for a group of 5-8 peers to explore a topic of collective interest, reflecting on its relevance to their work and culture — and identifying ways to apply new learning together. Guided by a professional coach-facilitator, or a trained up member of the group, Coaching Circles are experienced over a short series of (typically 90 minutes) sessions, supported with content modules that stimulate and support the conversation through pre-work, discussion guides and reflection questions.
• Coaching Circles are run cross-organisationally, and within teams.
• Groups focus on a topic of collective relevance defined at the outset.
• Topic specific content modules are shared with the group at the outset for collective exploration throughout.
• The group comes together (remotely or in-person) to share and discuss key aspects of the topic through facilitated discussion and reflection.
• Accountability is created among the group for reflection and action between sessions.
• Over the life of the Coaching Circle, participants build coaching, communication and collaboration skills; and the confidence to transfer new approaches back into their teams.