Experience the Power of Authentic, Growth-Centered Relationships 80 pages, lay-flat wire binding Rating: Preview One Lesson
Peer coaching is a growth-centered relationship between two or three peer partners who meet regularly to set personal growth goals, develop action steps, and provide the support and accountability needed for maximum progress. This workbook includes covenants, peer exercises, session outlines and more to build that relationship, plus a set of tools for helping others grow using the coaching approach.
The Peer Coach Training Workbook provides everything participants need for peer coach training (the facilitator needs a Peer Coaching Facilitator's Guide). Each participant needs their own workbook (because the peer partnerships are same-gender, couples will not be able to share the same copy). The Workbook includes:
10 articles covering each coaching topic
Handouts and debriefing questions for each video session
Peer exercises for each of the 8 group sessions
Session outlines and covenants for launching your peer relationship
Weekly action steps and accountability exercises
Sample coaching dialogues
A section of extra coaching resources
While peer coach training is usually done in groups (the Peer Coaching Facilitator's Guide has everything you need to offer the course to your team). This is a great way to check out the materials, to get new people on board that missed the training, or to build your own peer relationship if group training is not available.
Table of Contents
Peer Coach Training includes an orientation plus 8 weekly sessions (it can also be run in other formats - see the Facilitator's Guide). Sessions are as follows:
Orientation: Getting Started
Session 1: Growing Toward Your Destiny
Session 2: The Coaching Approach
Session 3: Building Authentic Relationships
Session 4: The Covenant Life
Session 5: Aiming for the Mark--Change Goals
Session 6: Taking Action
Session 7: Coaching Your Peer
Session 8: Energy for Change
About the Author
Tony Stoltzfus draws on a lifetime of experience in accountable peer relationships in the design of this training program. He has spent many years living in intentional communities, involved in cell churches, participating in life transformation groups (LTGs), and running mentoring or peer mentoring programs.
Tony is a long-time coach, author of 11 coaching books, including the best-selling Coaching Questions. He has co-founded two coaching schools and trained over a thousand coaches. As founder of MetaFormation, Tony teaches leaders to engage the heart by coaching through the emotional brain to touch the deep desires that drive behavior. Known for his interactive, innovative training and writing style, Tony has written courses and training materials used around the world. He lives in Redding, CA with his wife Kathy and they have two adult children.