Our February 11 Program features Jennifer Britton, MES, CHRL, PCC, CPCC, BCC. Jennifer is a coach, author and thought leader in the area of group and team coaching. She has also been an early pioneer in the virtual and remote space. Since the early 1990s she’s led teams and programming virtually, first in the international humanitarian sector, later through her company, Potentials Realized, an award-winning coaching skills training company. Since 2004 when she opened her doors, she’s offered virtual programming of some sort. Most days you’ll find Jenn leading a myriad of virtual programs – from remote team development sessions, to virtual retreats for business owners, to group coaching programs leveraging journaling.
Jennifer Britton is the author of five books including Effective Group Coaching, From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching, Effective Virtual Conversations
, and her latest, PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner for Virtual and Remote Professionals
. She is also the co-host of the Remote Pathways Podcast which explores the people, places and processes of remote work.
A CPCC and PCC Jennifer is also a 2016 Recipient of the Prism Award for Excellence in Coaching (ICF Toronto), and received an Award of Excellence for Curriculum Design (2017). She offers a number of ICF CCE approved programs for coaching in the areas of group and team coaching and virtual conversations. You can learn more about Jennifer’s work at GroupCoachingEssentials.com
Scaling the coaching conversation to groups and teams virtually has never been more important. During this interactive session, Jennifer Britton, author of From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching, and Effective Virtual Conversations, will share best practices for coaching many, with a specific emphasis on the virtual and online space. Jennifer will lead an interactive session touching on the best practices for designing, marketing and implementing virtual group and team coaching.
This session will be followed up with a two-hour presentation on February 18 on group coaching
In this program, we will explore core best practices for coaching many (groups and teams) online, as it relates to design, implementation and marketing:
- Essential elements to differentiate a group or team coaching experience, particularly if it’s virtual or online
- Implementation tips for creating a WOW experience every time
- Two essential ingredients for getting the word out about what you have to offer
- Several of your core questions around virtual and online program deliveries
CCEUs for this program:
0.75 Core Competency and 0.25 Resource Development C