They say “No man is an island.” The same is true for coaching – at its most effective, coaching takes a blended approach of group coaching supplemented by coaching of individuals within that group.

Common leadership challenges faced by organizations

A Conference Board study of over 20,000 executives globally identified these are the most common leadership challenges:

  1. Aligned and engaged human capital
  2. Managing change and diversity
  3. Customer orientation

At Coacharya, we believe that group coaching is the key to addressing these, and other organizational challenges.

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Coaching is an effective way to improve performance

According to the ICF Global Coaching Client Study, people who were coached reported improved work performance, better business management, more efficient time management, increased team effectiveness, and more growth and opportunities.

The same study found that coaching clients’ noted greater self-confidence, enhanced relationships, more effective communications skills, better work-and-life balance, and an improvement in wellness.

The vast majority of companies (86%) said that they at least made their investment back. In fact, almost one-fifth (19%) saw a ROI of 50 times their investment, while another 28% saw a ROI of 10 to 49 times the investment.

Nearly all companies or individuals who hire a coach are satisfied.

7 Ways Group Coaching Helps Leadership

Group coaching can transform an organizational culture. It's a key to leadership development, increasing performance and so much more. This article provides a summary of the most common ways group coaching can help your company thrive.

Examples of Group Coaching Scenarios

 

Group coaching can be an effective intervention for a variety of issues or challenges experienced by an organization. The following are real cases where Coacharya coaches were deployed into companies. If any of these group coaching case studies resonate with you, or if there’s another challenge you’re facing, please get in touch with us for a free consultation.

 

Multinational corporation in technology services

A 25-person cross-functional and hierarchically diverse team, with the CEO as the lead, engaged in the program over a 9-month period. The objective to build a Center of Excellence in select technology interstitials was fully realized.

 

Corporate pharmaceutical leader

A 20-person executive research team led by a newly appointed non-Pharma CEO were tasked to develop a drug discovery vision and action plan. The family owned venture faced a high technology, skills and knowledge play that needed to build teams, change culture and accept new leadership. A coaching intervention with select leaders over a period of 3-months resulted in emotional bonding, co-created vision, clear action plan, and successful implementation. The objective of assimilating team and leaders was fully met.

 

Multinational corporation with a technology product

A pilot program was conducted involving 60 mid-level executives from various business units to work on developing a coach-based communication and feedback approach within the organization that supported their vision of increased personnel engagement. The success of this initiative launched a series of follow up programs by the leaders within their business units.

 

IT-enabled services firm

15 senior executives and 5 founders were led through the program over a period of 6-months to develop a challenging growth vision. The objective to communicate the action plan to 1,000+ employees was fully met.

Coach to Lead - Group Coaching Program

Our proprietary group coaching program, Coach to Lead, helps companies achieve goals, form productive teams and instill a coaching culture. It's a proven way to develop your leadership team while delivering results.