GROW: Coaching Game

This practical learning game is a simple tool to understand and use the GROW coaching model in action. The game encourages peer coaching and helps managers to practice a coaching approach without the need to be a certified coach.

28,00  Excl. VAT

In stock

10-45 min flexible use

1 to 3 players with one deck

 54 playing cards

GROW: Coaching Game

28,00  Excl. VAT

In stock

This practical learning game is a simple tool to understand and use the GROW coaching model in action. The game encourages peer coaching and helps managers to practice a coaching approach without the need to be a certified coach.

Create Strong Trusting Collaboration

This game is based on the renowned GROW coaching model to transform a management culture and create a stronger and more trusting collaboration.

Focus on Questions

With the game, you can develop managers’ coaching skills to enable them to lead with questions rather than by telling their team members what to do.

Manager as Coach

The game is an ideal add-on to existing “manager as coach” programmes as a concrete practice tool which participants can leave with. Hands-on learning. It can be used inside training programmes as an interactive exercise as well as in meetings with small groups.

The Coaching Game is an excellent tool for leadership trainings and workshops. I think that this game helps managers to learn and become familiar with good questions and the power in the coaching approach.

Hilkka Alatalo, Coach (ICF/ACC), former VP, Talent Management, Valmet

Use Cases

Workshops and learning events
Peer coaching and team meetings
“Manager as Coach” program
Coaching situations at work
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What´s included

  • 54 playing cards including 10 My Challenge Cards, 10 Goal Question Cards, 10 Reality Question Cards, 10 Option Question Cards, 10 Way Forward Question Cards
  • Game instructions and a downloadable recording sheet

    Who Is It For

    The game is a great practical tool for managers without previous coaching experience. It enables managers to develop a coaching mindset which focuses on asking questions rather than giving answers. It is also used by:

    • Coaches and facilitators to create peer coaching sessions
    • L&D corporate programs
    • Executive education and management training
    • Team leaders and line managers
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