Group Coaching

Women Who Thrive Program

Connect, share and evolve with other senior women.

Are you an executive senior leader who wants to...

Has always wanted to work with an Executive coach?

Is energised by learning and sharing experiences with a small group of trusted women?

Would like to create and maintain a strong network of senior women outside of your profession and sector?

Group coaching combines the benefits gained from leadership development programs (peer connection & support, specific content focus areas) and Executive coaching (setting bespoke learning goals, gaining feedback & challenge from an experienced coach over time). Bringing 6-8 women together in a small group facilitated by an executive coach is a powerful learning experience. It creates enough air space to enable deep reflection, challenge, and growth. Group coaching allows for deeper vulnerability which leads to greater internal growth.

Rebecca has been a senior leader and Executive herself so understands life at the top as a female. She is also an experienced Executive coach and facilitator, and has a Psychology background. More than half of her coaching clients are women, therefore she knows the common internal and external challenges they face when in senior positions. She has designed this bespoke group coaching program to address and support women to play big in the workplace on the topics that really matter and have the greatest impact. Benefit from the Neuropsychology, cognitive behavioural coaching (CBC), strengths-based and mindfulness techniques applied throughout the program.


The learning experience


By the numbers


female leaders from a variety of sectors


group sessions


1:1 sessions with Rebecca


peer coaching sessions



Women Who Thrive group coaching programme
2024 cohort dates

  • May
  • June

Group coaching session topics

1. How our mind-set and strengths show up.

Increase your self-awareness through focusing on your mind-set, curiosity and strengths. Undertake a Strengthscope360 psychometric assessment to seek feedback to understand how other people experience you. Identify your strengths in overdrive which highlight performance risks.


2. The stories we tell ourselves.

Identify your helpful and unhelpful internal narratives. Reframe the stories you tell yourself that get in the way and contribute to you not showing up as you would like to. Understand what presses your buttons at work, how to reframe your thinking and choose to think, then act differently. Learn techniques on how to dial down rumination and self-criticism.


3. Being our authentic self and using our voice.

Focus on building a stronger sense of self. Become clearer on where you often play small. Consider how you can release the need to be liked and please others. Identify your values as your ‘north star’ to guide your leadership style. Give yourself permission to be your true self in both words and actions – embrace vulnerability and increase psychological safety around you.


4. How to protect our wellbeing.

Get better at saying ‘no’ and giving yourself the permission to set boundaries with others at work. Identify guardrails to put into place to protect your wellbeing – implementing self-care practices that work.


5. Increasing our influencing bandwidth.

Focus on effectively managing the executive / senior leader dynamic and conflict by increasing your repertoire of influencing practices. Reset unhelpful relationship dynamics at work to increase your impact.


6. Leaning into candid conversations.

Explore your comfort with discomfort and your level of conflict debt with others. Up your game in how you approach candid conversations to shift unhelpful dynamics with others.


Group coaching creates a cohort of women who are all supporting each other to make changes at once to increase their self-awareness, focus, influence, effectiveness and wellbeing.

This program also cultivates a strong group of peers to support leaders to sustain long-term behavioural change after the program has finished. Each open program has a range of women across different sectors and professions, therefore creating a diverse group of leaders who can challenge and learn from each other.

Other elements of the program:

  • The group coaching sessions are delivered virtually or face to face depending on the geographical spread of the senior leaders.
  • Pre-work enables the group coaching sessions to be focused on making meaning on the topic, personal connection, sharing learnings together and identifying tailored actions to support both cognitive and behavioural change.
  • Post work enables leaders to put into practice what they have learnt from the sessions via targeted workplace missions.
  • Peer coaching between the group sessions also supports further learning and connection to take place.

Rebecca has been a breath of fresh air in the leadership & executive coaching space. She is honest, engaging, and her background in psychology brings a more in-depth dynamic to the coaching sessions. I have noticed a huge growth in not only my confidence and self-awareness, but also to my breadth of strategies to use at an executive level. I highly recommend her Women Who Thrive program for anyone working at senior level in business for a deep dive into discovering yourself and playing big at work and life.

– Executive – Private sector (Real estate)

While women in leadership has come a long way over the years, there is still a lot of areas that need improvement or change. The Women Who Thrive course empowers women in leadership positions to advocate for that change, not only from within yourself but to influence those around you, by providing you with tools and the understanding to do so. This course has opened my eyes to who I am as a leader and has helped me regain focus after experiencing extreme burnout. I have been able to understand why I got to where I was, implement and set boundaries, and understand what I need to do in order to ensure I don’t get back there. Being able to speak openly with likeminded women, from different businesses, in similar leadership roles opened my eyes to help me understand, I’m not alone. WWT has not only helped me regain my passion to be an influential leader, but it has given me back my work life balance, all while being able to connect with women who are also powerful influential leaders, who will now remain in my network.

– Senior female leader – Private sector (Pharmaceutical)

The Women Who Thrive program is by far the most rewarding leadership coaching program I have ever undertaken. The insights, stories and tips have been absolutely invaluable. Thank you Rebecca for creating this space. I could not speak more highly of you and this program.

– General Manager – Non-for-profit

During 2023 I was lucky enough to work with Rebecca and other senior female leaders in the Women Who Thrive program. It has been amazing! I often told myself stories that limited my ability. The WWT program has helped me stop these stories, believe in myself and achieve both professional and personal goals. I don’t feel burnt out or resentful anymore. I have learnt so much about myself and how I show up everyday. I stand taller and feel lighter. I am sleeping better and have developed health self-care routines. I’m still a work in progress but who isn’t? I highly recommend this development opportunity to other women in leadership. The time is now!

– Senior leader - Non-for-profit

Programme registration

Register for the next program being run in Australia, or UK/EMEA. We can also deliver this internally to your organisation. Contact us to find out more.