2 Core Competencies for CCEUs
In times of social distancing, an increasing number of people are turning to group coaching approaches for community, support and an accelerator of results. Coaches continue to see group coaching as an important modality to scale the coaching conversation, and reach more.
This presentation will focus on :
- The foundations of group coaching
- What differentiates group coaching from other modalities
- 3 best practices when coaching groups virtually
Jennifer Britton, MES, CHRP, CPT, PCC , the author of Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013), and Effective Virtual Conversations (2017). Jennifer is a global thought leader in the area of Group Coaching and Team Development. In 2016 she also received a PRISM Award for Excellence in Coaching by the International Coach Federation -Toronto Chapter, for her support to The Scarborough Hospital in developing a coaching culture and Coaching and Mentoring Skills training.
Jennifer has been involved in facilitating high impact and experiential education programs for teams, groups and organizations since 1988. She has also designed award winning training and mentoring programs. Jennifer has led programs in more than eighteen countries around the world with groups from the governmental, non-profit and corporate sectors.
Most well-known for her work in the area of group coaching, Jennifer also brings a solid track record in the area of performance improvement, and was one of Canada's first 20 Certified Performance Technologists accredited in 2003. Today, Jennifer integrates her passion for individual and team excellence, with her skills as a coach, trainer and facilitator, in the area of group coaching. Her teleseminar and group coaching programs have been taken by hundreds professionals and coaches from five of the six continents.