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Join Jennifer Britton, PCC, CPCC and author of Effective Group Coaching, Jennifer Britton, as she discusses what it takes to generate effective group coaching sessions and expanding your coaching business to feature group coaching as the means to touching more people with the gift of your coaching.
- What group coaching is – how it is similar to and different from 1-1 coaching as well as how it differs from training and workshops;
- The benefits of group coaching for coaches and clients;
- Marketing Group Coaching:
- Your Marketing Sweetspot
- Positioning Your Offerings
- Marketing Best Practices
- Q & A Come to the call with your questions for Jennifer
Jennifer Britton designs and delivers programs to the public, as well as corporate and non-profit groups, bringing a rich 20+ year history of high impact group and team facilitation in over 18 countries around the world. Since 2005, her Group Coaching Essentials program has been taken by hundreds of coaches around the world, supporting them to design and deliver their own group coaching work. Jennifer is the owner of Potentials Realized, a Canadian based performance improvement company.
In her book, Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010), Jennifer weaves together her rich experience as a former manager with the UN, coach, trainer and performance improvement specialist. Jennifer’s own roots are in the youth sector, where she started her work as an outdoor educator and youth leader in Algonquin Park in the 1980s. She has also held a number of staff roles including Program Director for Youth Challenge International, a Canadian NGO dedicated to youth and international development, working with them from 1992 to 1997.
Check out the many tips, tools and ideas at the Group Coaching Ins and Outs blog at http://groupcoaching.blogspot.com which Jennifer has hosted since 2005. You can follow Jenn on Twitter at http://twitter.com/jennbritton and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/effectivegroupcoaching.