Group coaching are small groups of like-minded individuals who are curious about coaching, seeking community and accountability, and looking for unique ways to network. These confidential groups are tailored to meet the needs of today’s pharmacist and there are 2 current offerings:
If this is your first group with Brooke, you’ll start here. These groups are usually 4-6 people and Brooke facilitates 5 guided sessions:
This is the foundation for everything so we start here.
This isn't your traditional goal-setting exercise. Get ready to redesign your short and long-term plans while getting a to-do list makeover.
This guided exercise will help you gain clarity on where your strengths and what the world needs intersect.
If you've ever considered crafting a personal mission statement, we explore some tools to leave you with a solid starter statement.
NEXT 4U: COACHES, MENTORS, AND
Yes, you need them all. We'll co-create an individualized plan for you.
For those who have completed Part 1, Part 2 offers a continuation and upleveling of personal and professional development. We use the foundational tools from Part 1 and explore the power of questions, the self-coaching model, and boundary-setting.
What past participants have said…
The group made me feel empowered and confident. I left every session feeling eager to capitalize on what I had learned that week
I got to see the struggles and triumphs from others and it showed me how connected we all can be, how similar our hopes and fears are, and the members of the group were truly supportive of me! I walked out of this with new friends and confidants
It really is a positive and thought provoking experience and teaches you things you didn't know about yourself.
This was such a great way to spend time on my own personal and professional development and make new connections with colleagues from across the country
I felt nervous about starting something new. Now I feel comfortable and excited for my current state and for the unknown. BECAUSE I CAN DO IT
It has completely changed my outlook on work. I still have a lot of work to do, but I feel so much more empowered.