Some executives like to work privately with a coach, and some enjoy coming together with other individuals in group coaching. Our groups are communities of individuals who work in similar fields and positions and share ideas, best practices, and the collective wisdom of what is often several decades of experience during each group coaching call.
The individual executive coaching, one-to-one, is naturally more expensive
than group coaching, but also more personalized, individualized, and tailored to the needs of the individual executive.
Group coaching, on the other hand, is more cost effective for some folks, and while we are able to get into individual issues on all group coaching calls, the time spent on individual issues is naturally less so we can get to everyone’s needs and challenges. The beauty of group coaching, however, is that with our small group format (6-8 individuals), group coaching clients report that an issue brought up by one participant is a similar issue they are currently wrestling with as well.
“During the time that Dr. Belsten and I worked together, the Business Unit has grown from an annual revenue of $800,000 to over $2.6 million this last year, clearly exceeding the expectations of WRI and the CEO. I believe that our success could not have occurred without the coaching support from Dr. Belsten.”
– Dr. Alan E. Bland, Business Unit Manager, WRI
“Laura’s coaching helped me bring about positive changes in my life, assisted me in clarifying goals, helped me move more quickly into action, improved my decision-making and enhanced my ability to understand and communicate more effectively with colleagues, friends and family.”
– Bill Ferguson, Chief Technology Officer, Department of Public Health & Environment, State of Colorado
“Conflict and challenges in the workplace are always difficult, but with Laura’s insight and coaching, I was able to move forward with my sense of integrity and my personal self-esteem intact.”
– Marcia Simpson, Vice President, Convergent Communications