The group-coaching day offers any or all of five content areas. These content areas were identified as development needs of most of the team leaders who we have worked with in over 25 years of practice with thousands of coaching clients. The content of the five modules is as follows:

Module 1: Values & Leadership

Introductory module that helps participants to focus on their personal values and understand the role that those values play in their performance as leaders and as part of a team. Coaching for High Performance continues to build upon that premise throughout the program—who we are determines how we lead and participate in teams. Module 1 also helps participants evaluate the values of the organization and understand how their personal values may or may not be compatible with the company's values and how to use that knowledge to be successful.

Module 2: Styles in Your Circle of Influence

This module focuses on four team leadership styles—Thinker, Driver, Intuitor, and Feeler—to help participants understand their personal behaviors and traits and the impact on their leadership and teamwork. Participants are guided to understand that there are primary and secondary styles and will familiar with the traits linked to their own and others' styles. They learn how to adjust their styles in order to lead and interact better within the organization.

Module 3: Change within Organizations

Participants will gain an understanding of the skills required to deal with transitions within the organization so that they can make those transitions more easily and more successfully. They will become familiar with the obstacles to success that are placed in their way when their role changes. They will also learn to identify the challenges as well as the requirements for success when their organization undergoes significant change and will understand how to acquire the skills necessary for responding to change.

Module 4: Organizational Wisdom

Participants will understand how organizational wisdom can help them negotiate the political landscape of their organization. They will learn to identify and develop the skills required for organizational wisdom. Participants will also learn how a skill like networking can be used as a tool to help them learn what works and what doesn't in their team. They will also learn about emotional intelligence and its role in gaining organizational wisdom.

Module 5: The Team Leader as Coach

In addition to being on the receiving end of executive coaching in Coaching for High Performance, participants will understand the importance of coaching in their role as leaders and members of teams. This module focuses on why coaching and feedback is critical in a dynamic organization and will help participants recognize their responsibility for coaching and feedback. Participants will also learn how to establish a coaching culture within their work unit, become more effective in giving and receiving feedback, and how to help others accept, value, and seek out their point of view.