Values & Group Coaching: Together at Last
Organizational and personal value alignment is crucial for success. In the morning session, you'll identify and define your values and co-create and define the behaviours that embody them. We'll work through what happens when you're outside of your values and how to get back on track.
Already clear on your top two values? Incredible, bring them with you and operationalize them with the group!
Equilibrium Group Coaching afternoon session is designed to help you navigate complex decisions with purpose and integrity.
Led by expert facilitation and executive coaching questions, you'll engage in individual and small group work, mapping and brainstorming, and incorporating your values into your decisions.
You'll leave feeling empowered, having created a clear path forward that has a clear connection to your values.
Equilibrium by Fulcrum is designed to be inclusive and accessible. Based in best practices in inclusive facilitation and Universal Design for Learning. Agenda and workshop details are shared ahead of time so you can choose what participation looks like for you.
Lunch Is Included
Thanks to our incredible sponsor, Professional & Continuing Studies at Royal Roads University, we are able to provide lunch! If you have any allergies or nutritional needs, simply mention them during checkout. You can, of course, bring your own lunch and make use of our facilities, which include a fridge, microwave, and kettle, visit the cafeteria on site, or head off campus for a break.
Wednesday, December 13/23 | 9:30 am - 2:30 pm | Royal Roads University Boathouse Classroom | 2005 Sooke Road, Victoria, BC
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Agenda - short form
Land and people acknowledgement
Group learning agreements
Values identification & sorting
Check in on agreements
Group Executive Coaching
Facilitator: Steph Kosty, BA, ACC, CEC
Steph is a sought after dual-level certified executive coach, professional mentor coach, facilitator, and communication professional who is passionate about bringing awareness, compassion, equity, and balance to human, team, and organizational systems.
As an experienced facilitator, Steph weaves in trust, learning outcomes, and understanding within her sessions by modeling humility, inquiry, and a deep respect for the bravery needed to look within, especially at work.
Equilibrium by Fulcrum is in-person, on campus at Royal Roads University. We use small group work, large group work, and individual work to hit our goals for the day.
Cost & Payment
Equilibrium by Fulcrum is meant to be accessible in price point and ways to pay.
Values & Group Coaching: Together at Last is $179+GST and you can pay by credit card, with afterpay, invoice or etransfer to email@example.com
Group Size & Interaction
Equilibrium by Fulcrum is scalable to dozens, and you're be invited to participate in a way that works best for you.
What you need to bring
Bring your favourite journal and pen, comfortable clothes that can be layered for your temperature comfort, walking shoes if you'd like to explore the beauty of campus, and your lunch and snacks if you'd prefer to bring your own.
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Take Back Your Time. Plan Your Future.
Equilibrium Serves Two Communities of Humans at Work
Ignite the direction you are taking your business
Strategize how you want to build and scale
Organize what and who you need to make your work a success
Identify what you really want for your professional life
Clarify your learning goals
Design the career path that will serve you and your dreams
Unlock inspiration in great company
How Equilibrium Works for You
Learning with humans who share your desire to make your working world incredible
Confidential sharing with others who can listen and support you in your journey
Executive group coaching to plan your path to your success
Expert facilitation including brain and body breaks, fun, and inspiration
The Equilibrium Process
Accessibility as guide
Equilibrium by Fulcrum is group executive coaching for your professional and personal growth. As your facilitator, I create a space for you to feel empowered to decide how you engage with myself and the group.
There are a variety of ways for you to engage with the topics we cover and I build in breaks so that both your brain and body is taken care of.
At Equilibrium, you can expect a territorial honouring, physical and psychological safety orientation, and a mix of sitting, movement, individual and group participation.
There is written and verbal information sharing, structure that's oriented to what's important to you and your goals, and my commitment to hold space for you so that you can let go of what you usually have to hold to be able to do your best work in our session.
Growth as goal
The embedded ways of learning and sharing at Equilibrium are based on a foundation of curiosity, equity, kindness, and awareness. Single-session or multi-session programs can be built to suit your learning needs.
Participants as experts
Working with the truth that the people in the room are the experts in their experience, I partner with teams to first build trust in the learning space by modeling reciprocity, vulnerability, and self-awareness.
From there we branch out, exploring baseline assumptions, baseline agreements and truths formed in context with group and individual goals. We then start to build awareness and competency in the areas the people in the room want to explore.
Process as path
I partner with the group as a constellation of individuals who each have their own learning and growth goals in the context of their larger system. Individually, in the group setting, participants answer coaching questions framed to explore their experience in quiet reflection, sharing optional, and move through the process of designing their own plans of action to move forward post-session.
Trust as baseline
Awareness and competency are built into the pedagogy of Equilibrium, putting the participant's needs, as learner, at the forefront, supported by the framework.
Intentionally built from a harm-reduction perspective, knowing we learn best when we feel regulated and supported, multiple options regarding group participation, personal disclosure, and sharing is honoured and embedded in all session formats.
Coaching as framework
Equilibrium is based in an executive-coaching approach that includes:
Holding participants capable of their own growth and learning
Rooting in curiosity and compassion
Building accountability into designing action with the participants' knowledge of how they learn best
Orienting participants to awareness in their own system, and the larger systems at play, and what's meaningful to them about how those systems interplay.