ICF Québec Coaches Breakfast
Group Coaching: Shifting from the individual to the collective to transform leaders
Too often, one-off leadership coaching initiatives don’t always deliver the ROI that was touted and expected. In today’s VUCA world, organizations are looking for leaders who can be agile, collaborative and pivot their approaches to meet the ever-evolving demands of the world of work. Group coaching programs provide organizations with a scalable solution that not only builds the crucial behaviours their leaders need but does so in a way that delivers lasting results.
What you’ll learn:
Attendees will come away with a clear understanding of why group coaching is so powerful, key success criteria for a group coaching program and a real-world example of how to demonstrate the effectiveness at the organizational level.
By the end of the session, participants will understand:
- How group learning successfully fast-tracks learning and behaviour change.
- The three macro success criteria every coach needs to know about group coaching programs.
- How to demonstrate the effectiveness of your group coaching programs.
Speaker : Glain Roberts-McCabe
Glain (pronounced “Gline” like “shine”) Roberts-McCabe is on the vanguard of shaping how today’s generation of leaders can bring more conscious leadership to their work and the world.
As the founder and president of The Roundtable, Glain — named one of Canada’s top women entrepreneurs at the 2018 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards — has devoted her career to helping ambitious leaders navigate disruption, change and growth. The Roundtable’s award-winning coaching programs are designed with sustainable organizational transformation in mind, enabling leaders cultivate their leadership, together, while addressing their most pressing challenges.
Glain is the author of The Grassroots Leadership Revolution (Spring, 2020), which has been described as a “sublime blueprint toward people-first leadership,” as well as an engaging speaker, facilitator, coach, and interview guest. As a guest columnist for The Globe and Mail, Glain has written extensively on all aspects of intentional leadership, with articles appearing in HR Edge, HR Professional and Your Workplace magazine.
Glain is also the Founder of The Group Coach Academy, a coach training organization that supports coaches in making the transition from one to one coaching to one to many.
An active volunteer, Glain is a mentor with the Institute for Performance and Learning and chairs the awards committee for the ISA – an organization of global learning providers. Glain lives in Toronto with her incredibly supportive husband and highly engaging daughter.
Member ICF Québec: Free
Member ICF only: $15 + taxes
No member: $25 + taxes
Date: Friday, October 8, 2021
7:15 AM - 9:00 AM
For Information Contact:
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NOTE : To Register, please proceed to the top of the page and click on the appropriate category (Membre ICF Québec, Membre ICF or Non-Membre). You will receive a Zoom link a few days before the meeting.