Peer Groups:

Transition Leadership Group

Collaboration accelerates transformation. The Transition Leadership Group combines professional development coaching with peer review in a confidential forum. The Group is designed for executives in their 30s or 40s who have recently assumed a top management position in a small or mid-sized business (or are in line to do so).

Membership is by application only. Each Group is carefully assembled to include 10-12 executives at non-competing businesses, pre-screened for group fit. Groups meet monthly in a positive environment, focused on mutual benefit. Working together, Group members develop into stronger, more effective leaders — personally, professionally and in the community.

What to Expect

Upon acceptance into a Transition Leadership Group, you’ll be asked to complete multiple assessment instruments and sign a membership agreement. Each member commits to:

  • Meet one day per month at a neutral location
  • Maintain confidentiality about anything or any person discussed during the Group
  • Share business plans and financial information with the Group
  • Give and receive feedback willingly
  • Provide ongoing mutual support as each member evolves in his or her leadership role

Glenn R. Patch provides expert facilitation and seasoned insight in every Group session, along with monthly one-on-one coaching for each member. He will also bring in periodic outside speakers to share their real-life experience and perspective.

Fee Schedule

Initial Membership Fee: $600
Monthly Fee: $500

The initial commitment is for a minimum of three months and continues thereafter until terminated. Payment is the responsibility of the member as well as his or her employer. Fees are billed in advance, quarterly.

If you or your organization have reached a turning point, contact Patch Coaching today.

As a young executive I found the peer group experience to be very beneficial. Feedback from other members and monthly coaching sessions provided an objective perspective and results oriented approach to improving my leadership skills.

Recommended Reading

Wooden on Leadership
by John Wooden

The Fifth Discipline
by Peter Senge

The Path of Least Resistance
by Robert Fritz