Coaching between peers aims to cultivate collective intelligence in order to work through the individual challenges faced by managers. By breaking down managerial loneliness, peer coaching offers a perspective on their situation and promotes a cooperative dynamic in the company.
In peer coaching, the coach doesn’t work with an existing team. Instead, a group of peers who have a similar level of experience and who share similar challenges is created. The goal is to learn together.
A peer group, between 5 to 7 participants, is created within the company. It meets once a month for 3 hours. The coach meets with each member individually to explore their goals and key success indicators. During peer coaching, the coach facilitates connection and learning between peers through a structured process of speaking, listening and thinking, all while encouraging action.
They are many: ending managerial isolation, gaining perspective on the situation and challenges, whilst learning from others by promoting a corporate dynamic of cooperation.
Exchanges between peers nourish managerial intelligence and provoke reflexivity and action.
HOW DOES YOUR MANAGERS’ BAROMETER OF WELL-BEING, CONFIDENCE, MOTIVATION AND EFFICIENCY LOOK AT THE MOMENT?
Not totally balanced?