FAQ Business Group Roundtable

What is a Business Group Roundtable?

It is a group of leaders lead by an experienced executive coach/facilitator in which the group members are engaged in a process that maximizes the combined energy, experience and wisdom of the group members. Each member proactively brings their own personal and professional goals for development with the purpose of taking their leadership skills or personal life to more effective, meaningful, and fulfilling levels.


How many members are in a Business Group Roundtable?

There are a minimum of 5 to a maximum of 15 members in each group.


Should I be concerned about confidentiality in my Business Group Roundtable?

All participants are obligated to commit to complete confidentiality. An open discussion and willingness to be forthcoming requires all participants to respect each other’s experiences with confidentiality. Trust and confidentiality are essential elements of the Business Group Roundtable.


Who will be the other members in my Business Group Roundtable?

It is important to have a diverse group of industries represented to facilitate discussions. Members will have a similar organization level as you.


What are my responsibilities?

A key to a successful Business Group Roundtable is your commitment to ask questions, share thoughts and participate. Responding  to your group with feedback and taking full responsibility for your actions steps and achieving results that you have agreed on will help in achieving your goal.


What kind of process is used in Business Group Roundtable?

Executive Group Coaching usiness Group Roundtable uses a highly interactive coaching framework designed to provide each member of your group with powerful perspectives, resources, energy, and challenges that fully support you to move forward your specific goals.


Is it possible to get private coaching sessions?

Yes, private coaching sessions are available. Please give us a call for more details.


How do I know if Business Group Roundtable is right for me?

Being a member of a Business Group Roundtable is a two-way relationship. To make the most out of your Business Group Roundtable experience, consider the following questions:

  • Am I willing to explore new perspectives and concepts, new ways of doing things?
  • Am I able to be completely honest with myself, my group, and my coach?
  • Am I prepared to change behaviors or beliefs that may be limiting my success?
  • Do I have the time, energy, and willingness to work between sessions?
  • Do I believe in the value of coaching? Do I see it as a worthwhile investment?
  • Do I have adequate financial resources to pay for coaching?

Is it possible to get some kind of assessment and feedback on my personality, leadership style, or team profile?

Absolutely. We would be glad to discuss what would work best for you. For a list of assessments: https://reniweixler.coachesconsole.com/assessments.html 

"If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."

~African Proverb 


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