Shared experience is powerful.

In the early days of the pandemic, clients were struggling under the weight of all that they were carrying.  And their isolation — inherent to leadership and the physical reality of the time – often left them convinced that their peers weren’t having the same experience.

Nothing could have been further from the truth.

The genesis of the Executive Forum came from seeing that gulf and wondering if bringing leaders together might relieve some of their burden, and, if in that trusted space of community, they might find support and solutions.

They have.

Similarly, I’ve been noticing for awhile that although the men that I work with individually sometimes share their concerns about life outside of work and relationships, there seem to be few other places for having those conversations, for not going it alone.

And I’m wondering again about the power of shared experience in this context, about men having a place to talk with — and hear from — other men, in a trusted space where support and solutions might be found.

This November, I’m offering a brand new, 3 month pilot coaching program: a men’s group focused on life outside of work and relationships.  We’ll meet virtually so geography isn’t a constraint.

If this is of interest to you, drop me a note to schedule a call so we can explore if this is the right fit for you:

And if you know of someone who might be interested, please pass this along.

(If you’re curious about the Executive Forum mentioned above, the Annual LIVE, in-person Event is on October 5+6 in Raleigh.  To apply and reserve your spot, go here.  Seats are going quickly.  And if you’d like to become a member of the Executive Forum, go here for membership privileges and to apply.  The new season begins in October and there is no better time — or rate — than at the LIVE event!)