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Fundamentals of Work

Group Coaching Program


Work plays a significant role in who we are and how we be in the world. To work is to contribute to society and participate to the degree in which we are getting paid in exchange for our expertise, experience, and time. In the same token, work consumes a significant amount of our bandwidth. It is something we cannot step away from without jeopardizing our economic life, such as income, insurance, and savings, and to a certain degree, our identity.

About the Program

The Fundamentals of Work program will invite you to evaluate what work means to you and address friction areas to encourage curiosity and insight. The program content will focus on how work shows up in your life and ways that you interact with it. Engaging in meaningful conversations and asking poignant questions will unveil existing opportunities, uncover limiting beliefs, and guide you to understand what is in your power to change so that you can take action for what comes next.

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Program Details

The GlideView Group Coaching Program integrates a variety of resources to cultivate insight and relevant takeaways for participants to move the needle forward in their own, unique way.  The content is intended for practical application, incorporating opportunities of interaction and reflective prompts, accompanied by the insights, experience, and support of the cohort to ensure growth for the member and the group at large.  Questions, observations, and reflections are encouraged to receive the maximum benefit that group coaching has to offer.

Group Coaching Programs are six-weeks long and have a limited registration capacity—up to six participants per scheduled program. Group members meet once a week for 60-minute sessions in Washington Heights, New York.

Registered members of a program are considered to be a cohort of encouragement, resourcefulness, and support. Members are invited to stay in touch and be available as a way to offer learnings and inspire action for each other beyond the scheduled program.

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Please contact us directly to learn about when the next program is scheduled to run. Programs are currently scheduled for Saturdays and conducted in-person in Washington Heights, New York.

What's Included

  • One pre-program & one post-program call (20-minutes each)

  • Session content, available up to 90-days after the final session date

  • Connection with program cohort for resources, motivation and support during and after the scheduled program

  • A digital GlideView Group Coaching Program Certificate of Completion

  • Optional: For an additional cost, participants may include two, 20-minute 1:1 coaching sessions, which must be used by the last week of the final session

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