Co-Coaching – a great way for you as a coach to develop your skills so you can be even more focussed for your clients.

Co-Coaching is a fantastic way to meet and work with other coaches from all disciplines of our profession. By practising our coaching in a safe environment, we can grow our professional practice to the benefit of our clients.

I know that when I started this group in 2013, many people were understandably anxious about coming along. It could be that you are a new coach, just going through training, perhaps just qualified, or even have many years under your belt – our co-coaching is a place where you will be welcome and supported.

The structure for the Co-Coaching sessions is usually a short introduction to a model followed by breaking out into smaller groups. Usually, you will get an opportunity to

  1. be the coach and receive feedback.
  2. be coached on a subject (so bring a subject with you). As this is a coaching setting, confidentialities are managed by the group and self. Please bear this in mind when you choose your subject area as well as managing your own levels of disclosure.
  3. be an observer and witness the impact that coaching can have

By attending Co-Coaching, you will expand your learning and competence as a coach.

This is delivered in a cost-effective way, leveraging different styles of coaching including outdoors, group/team, one on one coaching and discussion.

For the sake of intimacy, we keep the numbers to 12 in the larger group so booking in advance is advisable.

Basic Terms and Conditions

  • All attendees will receive a CPD certificate issued by Wheresmylunch – inviting you to reflect on your learnings and discoveries.
  • When you book through this site, we will deliver by email a VAT receipt for your accounts.
  • We will be delivering all our co-coaching with respect to our best practice ethics and methods.
  • Please note –  no refund if advised less than three working days notice before the event.
  • Full terms and conditions are available here.

Today I attended Co-Coaching face to face. It was so good to see other coaches and to practice co-coaching in person.

We were able to try out some practical activities including physical metaphors and Story Cubes. These would have been tricky to do online and brought some real insights during the session.

Some of my coaching clients are returning to face to face sessions, so this opportunity to practice in person has been invaluable, especially given the relationship dynamics are quite different.

I was impressed in the way that Simon managed the venue and the room from a Covid perspective including plenty of social distancing and ventilation. I’ll definitely be back next time!


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