Expand your leadership skills, savvy and confidence with an inspiring group of like-minded rising leaders, facilitated by a certified leadership coach.
Who do you rely on to generate ideas, solve problems and make difficult decisions? How do you navigate sticky situations? Unlike C-level executives, your direct reports aren’t yet seasoned leaders, whose counsel you rely on. You are still proving yourself to your boss and need to moderate how much guidance you seek. This can feel lonely and like shaky ground.
“Yes!” Space For Rising Leaders fills this void. I’ll connect you with people who have shared experiences and challenges, and facilitate the group in a carefully structured environment, so that participants learn from and with each other, collaborate on approaches to problem solving and decision-making, encourage each other to take risks and hold each other accountable for being in action around goals.
The result is a major boost in confidence and a greater level of self-expression in leadership and in life.
Who “Yes!” Space for Rising LEaders Serves
Rising leaders in non-competing roles (typically Sr Manager to VP)
Managers of teams, programs, budgets, or products
Earnest professionals committed to personal and professional development
People who believe in and value the power of community
What You Get
Group coaching is powerful for many reasons. In addition to collaboration and accountability, participants learn that their challenges are universal and hear many additional new perspectives, explore ideas that are sparked by someone’s comment or question, find their leadership “voice” as it plays out in the group dynamic and take risks within the safe space that is created for and by the group. As a group we’ll encourage each other to learn from mistakes and move forward, acknowledge each other’s gifts and celebrate victories.
6 monthly group video conference calls that include facilitated curriculum, conversation and collaboration, and hot seat coaching. Each group is limited to a maximum of 8 people to ensure each participant gets plenty of attention.
An individual assessment that reveals how your perspectives drive your outcomes and what happens to your perspectives of the world when our stress reactions are triggered -- and that what to do with that insight to create more desirable outcomes.
Agendas tend to organically evolve based on the unique needs and interests of each group. Typical topics include:
The Seven Levels of Leadership
Influencing, Inspiring and Enrolling Others
Productivity and Balance
Decision Making and Problem Solving
The Coach Approach for Leaders
Navigating Sticky Situations
Monthly one-on-one coaching
Membership to a private, moderated Facebook Group
Individual and group assignments and accountability systems