Three days to explore how YOU can learn to become a better coach.
Learn how to prepare yourself to make changes to a system effectively.
Share a lens
Esther and Don share a a lens that coaches can use to gain insights into their organizations and create small experiments that create an opportunity to learn and improve.
Energizing, safe environment. You can work with 13 separate partners in 2 days.
Taking a systems view to complex organization problems (without going to crazy).
Engage in systems thinking
An opportunity to learn and experience practices and methods in systems thinking.
A great mix of theory and practice. Exercises use each attendee’s issues and contest, leading to real-life changes and actions which are easily begun.
A very intense two days, from which you will come away with new tools & insights you can apply in the real world to coach beyond the team.
Collaboratively improve a system
A series of ideas and techniques to collaboratively improve a system.
Coaching Beyond the Team was amazing! Esther and Don gave real experiences and tools that are immediately relevant and valuable.
One of the best workshops
The knowledge that I gained from the three day workshop … I can’t even imagine how i would have learned any of this without Don and Esther. It was one of the best workshops I’ve been to.
If you have a chance to participate in Esther and Don’s workshops, do not hesitate and go for it. The style of learning throughout the workshop was amazing with its simplicity yet undoubtedly difficult to establish in such short period of time that two days gives us. The setup of the physical space not as much as the emotional comfort that their approach just emitted on its own. They have set up the emotional space for us to be as open as possible and vulnerable yet at the same time have the feeling of safety. I have not experienced that style of knowledge sharing/exchange in a long time. So much information was shared and exchanged without the feeling of material heavy session. It was all done through carefully thought out exercises that almost seemed to mask that this was learning and it didn’t feel like a torrent of data poured on my head, even that it was 😉
Great tips on problem visualization techniques.
No powerpoint. Just engagement and collaboration.
Mentally challenging, a lot of great material organized very well.