Personal Development Groups
We believe the most effective environment for leaders to experience transformational growth is in a small group of peers who align with HEART-Level leadership values.
Who It's For
“The personal development forum has really allowed me to deepen my understanding of myself. I am growing as an entrepreneur, leader, and person.”
“My men’s group has allowed me to accept my short-comings and focus on my strengths. I have learned that vulnerability is a strength, not a detriment.”
“My peer group has given me a space to learn from others, find my unique leadership style, and share my voice and opinions more confidently.”
What It Is
Whether facilitated by a skilled coach or self-facilitated by group members, Personal Development Groups create unparalleled opportunities for leaders to make powerful, positive change in their ability and capacity to lead. Challenging and thought-provoking inquiries in a safe, confidential environment creates the ideal conditions for self-reflection, awareness, and transformation.
We currently offer three types of Personal Development groups: Coed, Men’s, and Women’s.
Interested In Experiencing This Level of Connection?
About once a month, CTLF hosts “Taste of CTLF” gatherings, where you can experience a taste of this powerful Personal Development format. Click here to see upcoming dates and register, or click here to schedule a conversation.
Women play a vital role in shaping the future of business. Women in leadership roles understand that meaningful relationships with other female executives are instrumental to their professional and personal success. As a woman, you are empowered when you find your voice, learn to preserve time for self-care, and find the balance needed to give yourself fully to the people and priorities that matter to you.
There are some societal pressures to which only other men in leadership roles can relate. Yet many men avoid difficult conversations or sharing their challenges with others. Men often experience a profound sense of responsibility to themselves and others and the pressure to perform is ever-present and real. Allowing your peers to know the real you unlocks a kind of freedom that helps the entire group rise to new levels of leadership.
As men and women, we often bring different perspectives and ways of thinking to the way we make decisions and interact with others. Bringing awareness to these dynamics can improve our relationships in every area of life by exposing us to brand new ways of thinking. As Mark Twain once said, “It ain’t what we don’t know that gets us in trouble, it’s what we know for sure that just ain’t so.”