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Contents

  1. 1 Overview
  2. 2 Enrollment Phase
    1. 2.1 Time commitment: 1 hour per week
    2. 2.2 Detailed Week by Week Breakdown of the Enrollment Phase
  3. 3 Virtual Kickoff Phase
    1. 3.1 Time commitment: 2 - 3 hours per week
    2. 3.2 Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings
  4. 4 WLE Month One: Coaching Foundations 
  5. 5 Time commitment this month: 6 hours
    1. 5.1 Seminar #1: Coaching Foundations and Group Formation 
    2. 5.2 Members A & B are Chairs of the BOD Meeting 1
    3. 5.3 Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings
  6. 6 WLE Month Two: Leading From Strengths
    1. 6.1 Time commitment this month: 8.5 hours
    2. 6.2 Seminar #2: Leading From Strengths
    3. 6.3 Members C & D are Chairs of the BOD Meeting 2 
    4. 6.4 Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings
  7. 7 WLE Month Three: Visibility
    1. 7.1 Time commitment this month: 9 hours
    2. 7.2 Seminar #3: Strongest-Self Debrief & Visibility Project Kickoff
    3. 7.3 Members E & F are Chairs of BOD Meeting 3 
    4. 7.4 Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings
  8. 8 WLE Month Four: Developing Relationships
    1. 8.1 Time commitment this month: 11.5 hours
    2. 8.2 Seminar #4: Visibility Project Debrief & Relationship Mapping Kickoff 
    3. 8.3 Members A & B are Chairs of BOD Meeting 4
    4. 8.4 Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings
  9. 9 WLE Month Five: Transforming Habits to Achieve Goals
    1. 9.1 Time commitment this month: 9.5 hours
    2. 9.2 Seminar #5: Transforming Habits to Achieve Goals 
    3. 9.3 Members C & D are Chairs of BOD Meeting 5 Board of Directors
    4. 9.4 Members E & F are Chairs of BOD Meeting 6 Board of Directors // Model Transition Plan
    5. 9.5 Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings
  10. 10 WLE Month Six: Celebration
    1. 10.1 Time commitment this month: 7 hours
    2. 10.2 Seminar #6: Final Celebration  
    3. 10.3 Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings


Overview

This syllabus presents a detailed framework for Conspire Coaching's Women Leaders Emerging Coaching Circle for mission-driven women. In the program, members develop a personal and professional strategic plan for their upcoming life and career chapter. The blend of individual and group coaching supports members in developing their plan and implementing the goals set in the plan. 

The program has three phases:
  • Enrollment Phase: New members complete the steps to ensure they are clear on the expectations of this group, that they are in full agreement with these expectations, and that they are prepared to fully participate. WLE is a significant commitment that depends on each member's full participation.
  • Virtual Kickoff Phase: The group convenes via Google Hangout for a live kickoff meeting that helps establish a sense of group and lays out the work of this phase. In the weeks following, members complete a series of coaching exercises to help develop their individual personal and professional strategic plans. Members also participate in a series of one-to-one conversations with each other and with their coach to lay the foundation for the next phase. Members have two required one-to-one coaching sessions with their coach during the Virtual Kickoff Phase and the first month of group work.
  • Group Work Phase: There are six months of group work (outlined in the detailed syllabus below). Each month starts with a seminar, includes weekly coaching assignments, and includes one Board of Directors evening. Over six months, there are a total of 20 live contact hours of group work, including the following:
    • Seminars present coaching frameworks that support the successful implementation of the goals set out in the strategic plan. Seminars are: Coaching Foundations, Leading From Strengths, Developing Visibility, Developing Relationships, Transforming Habits to Achieve Goals, and Final Celebration. In addition, there is a Virtual Kickoff and a Model Transition Plan presentation. Each seminar (including the Virtual Kickoff) is 90 minutes, with the exception of the Final Celebration (2 hours). Total live seminar contact hours: 11
      • The seminars prepare members to participate in themed coaching work throughout the month. Participants should plan for 1-3 hours of coaching work each week, including exercises, one-to-one coaching, and co-conspirator calls, as detailed in this syllabus.
    • Board of Directors (BOD) evenings are WLE's signature peer-coaching format in which members take turns serving as one another's personal and professional boards, fueling the successful achievement of one another's goals. Each member has two opportunities to chair her own board meeting throughout WLE. In addition, BOD sessions start with group coaching, in which each member takes away some wisdom and support. There are six BOD evenings, which last 90 minutes per session. Total BOD contact hours: 9
    • Co-Conspirators Members meet weekly by phone with a colleague in her WLE group, or her "co-conspirator". These weekly calls support members in being focused on and aware of their goals, progress, and milestones in the process of implementing their plan. Committing to these weekly calls is critical to the structure of the program.

Enrollment Phase

Time commitment: 1 hour per week

During the Enrollment Phase, members complete essential activities to set up the collaborative work space, confirming their participation through signing an agreement and submitting payment, and completing a few foundational exercises to step into the WLE program with full intention and power. There are no live meetings or coaching sessions during the enrollment phase.

Week by Week Summary 
  • Week 1: Submit Member Agreement & Payment (30 minutes)
  • Week 2: Submit Profile & Headshot (30 minutes) 
  • Week 3: Submit Values Strings (1 hour) 
  • Week 4: Submit Big Questions & Draft Goals (1 hour) 
  • Week 5: Schedule Round Robin Conversations and Coaching Sessions (1 hour)
  • Week 6: Technology check, Introduce Strategic Plan Template and Update It. Review each other's Profiles and Introduce via Google Group. (30 min)

Detailed Week by Week Breakdown of the Enrollment Phase


Virtual Kickoff Phase

Time commitment: 2 - 3 hours per week

The Virtual Kickoff Phase starts with a Live Kickoff Seminar that orients members to one another and to this phase of the program. In the four weeks that follow, members do not meet as a group. Members continue to work on their Strategic Plan, developing their missions, visions, and key career ingredients. During this phase, members also complete Round Robin phone calls, which are 20 minute values-based ice-breaker conversations with each member of the group. During the Virtual Kickoff and Month One, all members complete two coaching sessions with the professional coach who leads their group. 

Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings

Week 1: 
    • Your Live Kickoff is this week!
    • Members will complete their My Mission Worksheet. You will receive feedback from your coach within one week. After you get your feedback, revise and update your strategic plan. *Add to your Strategic Plan 
    • Conduct all scheduled Round Robin phone calls following these instructions (40 min)
    • Schedule Temporary Co-Conspirator Calls, which will begin in Virtual Kickoff Week 3 (10 min). We will provide further instruction about these calls at that time.
    • One-to-One Coaching (1 hr)
1st Temporary Co Conspirator CallMembers A & BMembers E & CMembers D & F
2nd Temporary Co-Conspirator CallMembers A & CMembers B & DMembers E & F
3rd Temporary Co-Conspirator CallMembers A & DMembers B & EMembers C & F
4th Temporary Co-Conspirator CallMembers A & EMembers B & FMembers C & D
5th Temporary Co-Conspirator CallMembers A & FMembers B & CMember D & E

Week 2: 
    •  Conduct all scheduled Round Robin phone calls following these instructions (40 min)
    • My Vision Worksheet. Use this worksheet to develop a first and second draft of your Vision and save it to your group's Google Drive folder. Please also email the vision paragraph that you create using this worksheet to your Google Group. You will receive feedback from your coach within a week.  *Add to your Strategic Plan
    • One-to-One Coaching (1 hr)
    • Listen to the Group Norms podcast
Week 3: 
    • Complete Key Career Ingredients (30 min) 
    • Take a look at your Big Questions with fresh eyes and "code" your big questions using this system to help you plan how you want to use these questions during WLE. Email these to your group. *Add to your Strategic Plan
                a) Have you answered any of your big questions? If so, strike the question off your list (use a strike-through, don't just erase it, because it's satisfying to see progress!)
b) Take a look at your Values, Vision Mission. Are you inspired to add, tweak or refine any of your questions
c) Star any questions that you think you'd like to discuss with a co-conspirator or individual coaching conversation.
d) Mark a "B" next to any question that might be a good one to bring to the group to gain their wisdom.
  • Complete a well-formed outcome worksheet to further develop your three WLE goals to help you think about how you want to approach them within WLE. (1 hour)
  • Begin work revising your mission and vision revisions this week. You'll submit updated mission and vision in Week 4 of the Virtual Kickoff (30 min)
  • 1st Temporary Co-Conspirator Call following these instructions and submit reflection (1 hr)
  • One-to-One Coaching (1 hr)
Week 4: 


WLE Month One: Coaching Foundations 

Time commitment this month: 6 hours

Seminar #1: Coaching Foundations and Group Formation 

Members will get to know each other as who they are becoming. Members will discuss the concept of relatedness, being coachable, and asking powerful questions. Members will practice the WLE Group Coaching Model - the Board of Directors (BOD) meeting and will have an opportunity to brainstorm possible topics to bring to BOD sessions.

Members A & B are Chairs of the BOD Meeting 1

Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings

Week 1:
    • Seminar 1, Coaching Foundations and Group Formation, is this week (1.5 hrs) To prepare: Be sure to have read "Coaching Foundations" and listened to the "Group Norms" prior to the session. Please be up to date with all assignments from the Virtual Kickoff and bring any questions about your strategic planning work.
    • One-to-one coaching calls continue (1 hr)
    • Complete 3rd Temporary Co-Conspirator Call  following these instructions and submit feedback (1 hr)
    • Schedule a meeting (30 min) with your Strengths Triad for Month 1, Week 4 to debrief your StrengthsFinders Strengths. Triad assignments are: 
      • Triad #1: Members A, B, C
      • Triad #2: Members D, E, F
      • Have one person from your triad commit to adding the agreed-upon time to tab two of this spreadsheet.
Week 2: 
    • One-to-one coaching calls continue (1 hr)
    • Complete 4th Temporary Co-Conspirator Call  following these instructions and submit feedback (1 hr) 
    • Take the StrengthsFinder assessment and submit your strengths by email to your group. Save your report to your group drive folder, "Strengths." (30 min) *Add top five strengths to your Strategic Plan.
Week 3
    • One-to-one coaching calls continue (1 hr)
    • Complete your 5th and final Temporary Co-Conspirator Call  following these instructions and submit feedback (1 hr)
    • Your first BOD Session is this week (1.5 hrs). Members A & B are up to be "chairs."  Chairs will submit their outlines 24 hours in advance 
      • If you are member A or B, submit your BOD Outline 24 hours in advance of the session (30 min)
      • Everyone else should review the outlines prior to the session to be prepared to be a powerful board (30 min)
Week 4: 
    • One-to-one coaching calls continue (1 hr)
    • By the first Sunday of the month, email your group to let them know which goal from your strategic plan you'll be focusing on in the month ahead, what progress you'd like to make, and ways you think the group could help you.  We encourage you to use the Monthly Plan worksheet to help you think this through (30 min) *Add your monthly goal of focus to the Monthly Goal section of your Strategic Plan.  
    • Meet with your Triads (30 minutes) to answer the following questions and submit slides summarizing your discussion by Sunday (30 min)
      • What strengths are shared by members of your triad?
      • What complementary strengths are on your team?
      • What is one way you could each leverage a triad member's complimentary strength to support you in one of your WLE Strategic Plan Goal?
      • Create a Google Slides presentation (1-3 slides) to summarize your conversation and nominate one person to present the slides at the upcoming seminar. Email your slides to your group and save them to your Group's "Strengths" folder in the shared Google Drive 


WLE Month Two: Leading From Strengths

Time commitment this month: 8.5 hours

Seminar #2: Leading From Strengths

During this seminar, members will gain a deeper understanding of their individual strengths and how they can form strong teams using a strengths-based approach. Triads will present notes from their discussions about common and complementary strengths. The coach will kick-off the strongest-self exercise.

Members C & D are Chairs of the BOD Meeting 2 

Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings

Week 1: 
    • Seminar 2, Leading from Strengths, is this week (1.5 hrs). To prepare: please be sure you have submitted your Triad's slides by the Sunday prior to this Seminar.
    • You will receive your co-conspirator match this week! When you receive your match, schedule a one hour call to kick off your co-conspirator relationship (10 min)
    • This is Strongest-Self Week 1: Compile your list of 20 contacts. Please follow these instructions for Week 1 (30 min)
Week 2:
    • Kickoff your co-conspirator relationship this week! (1 hour) Meet for an hour to:
                        1) Review these instructions.
                        2) Share your three strategic plan goals.
                        3) Discuss how you could support each other on your goals. 
                        4) Set up a weekly meeting schedule. Note: You may find that your first scheduling attempt doesn't work out well. That's ok - just be in communication                               to figure out a time that does work and commit to meeting weekly. Please add these meetings in your calendar for the duration of the program AND                                 invite your WLE coach to these meetings so that she is aware of when your co-conspirator meetings are. Your coach will ask to take part in one of                                     these first meetings to help kick off your co-conspirator relationships.
    • This is Strongest-Self Week 2: Collect Your Feedback. Please follow these instructions for Week 2 (30 min)
    • Members C & D are up to be BOD Chairs next week. Please book a session with your coach if you need support coming up with your topic (optional, 1 hr). Be sure to submit your outline 24 hours before your session. 
Week 3: 
    • BOD 2 with Members C & D as Chairs is this week. Chairs will submit your outlines 24 hours in advance. Everyone else should review the outlines prior to the session to be prepared to be a powerful board (1.5 hrs)
    • This is Strongest-Self Week 3: Collect Your Feedback. Please follow these instructions for Week 3 (30 min)
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator. If necessary, support each other with any barriers you are facing in completing your Strongest-Self exercise. Often times people feel uncomfortable and resistant to sending out the requests. It's great to explore and encourage each other (1 hr)
Week 4:
    • This is Strongest-Self Week 4: Analyze your feedback and include analysis in your Strategic Plan. Please follow these instructions for Week 4 (1 hr)
    • In preparation for next week's seminar (30 min):
      • Complete the "Signature Strengths" worksheet. *Add Signature Strengths to your Strategic Plan
      • Prepare a slide that has three pictures representing these strengths. Be prepared to explain how these strengths are your "super power" and exhibit the values/beliefs for which you are most known.
    • Submit this slide by email and save it to your group's Google Drive folder, subfolder "Strengths."
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
    • By the first Sunday of the month, email your group to let them know which goal from your strategic plan you'll be focusing on in the month ahead, what progress you'd like to make, and ways you think the group could help you.  We encourage you to use the Monthly Plan worksheet to help you think this through (30 min) *Add your monthly goal of focus to the Monthly Goal section of your Strategic Plan. 


WLE Month Three: Visibility

Time commitment this month: 9 hours

Seminar #3: Strongest-Self Debrief & Visibility Project Kickoff

In this seminar members will reflect on the strongest -self experience and then move into the WLE Visibility Project. During the Visibility Project, members will gain insight into how well their online "brand" is aligned with who they are, what they want, and how they are known among their key networks. Members will embark on a month of updating LinkedIn, and other online media, to build upon the insights from the Strengths work.

Members E & F are Chairs of BOD Meeting 3 

Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings

Week 1:
    • Seminar 3, Strongest-Self Debrief // Visibility Project Kickoff, is this week (1.5 hrs). To prepare: complete "Signature Strengths" worksheet and prepare a slide that has three pictures representing these strengths. Be prepared to explain how these strengths are your "super power" and exhibit the values/beliefs for which you are most known.
    • Optional Addition: If learning is important for you right now, and you want to focus on enhancing less developed strengths, complete the Learning Agenda activity (30 min)  *Add to your Strategic Plan
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hour) 
Week 2:
    • Visibility Project (A): Google your co-conspirator and answer the following questions: (30 minutes)
      • How searchable was your co-conspirator?
      • What mistaken identities are out there?
      • What would be the impression a potential employer or team-member might take away after looking you up online?
      • How well are her "Signature Strengths" represented online?
    • Visibility Project (B): Draft your Positioning Statement (30 minutes). *Add to your Strategic Plan
    • Email your answers to these questions to the whole group by Sunday.
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hour). Consider debriefing the online search results and designing actions around what to do with the feedback to improve visibility and alignment. 
    • Members E & F are up to be BOD Chairs next week. Please book a session with your coach if you need support coming up with your topic (optional, 1 hr). Be sure to submit your outline 24 hours before your session. 
Week 3:
    • BOD 3 with Members E & F as Chairs is this week. Chairs will submit their outlines 24 hours in advance. Everyone else should review the outlines prior to the session to be prepared to be a powerful board (1.5 hrs)
    • Visibility Project (C): Make changes to LinkedIn and any other online identity in response to your co-conspirator's feedback. Let the group know when your LinkedIn profile has been updated and email the group to let them know about any changes you made to it, or anywhere else online. Have you thought about starting a blog, or developing an online subject matter expertise? This would be a great week to start it! (30 min)
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
Week 4:
    • In preparation for next week's Seminar, review the Relationship Mapping Instructions. Email the group to indicate which map you are likely to choose and why (30 min)
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
    • By the first Sunday of the month, email your group to let them know which goal from your strategic plan you'll be focusing on in the month ahead, what progress you'd like to make, and ways you think the group could help you. We encourage you to use the Monthly Plan worksheet to help you think this through (30 min) *Add your monthly goal of focus to the Monthly Goal section of your Strategic Plan.


WLE Month Four: Developing Relationships

Time commitment this month: 11.5 hours

Seminar #4: Visibility Project Debrief & Relationship Mapping Kickoff 

In this seminar members will spend time debriefing the Visibility Project. Each member will answer the question, "What did you learn from the Visibility Project? What were the key changes that you made?" The coach will then set up the group to do several weeks of relationship mapping work. Members can choose to work on maps to develop influence, to draw inspiration, to create new opportunities, and/or to develop new mentors and champions. Members will be supported during the call to choose a map that best supports a WLE goal.

Members A & B are Chairs of BOD Meeting 4

Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings

Week 1: 
    • Seminar 4, Visibility Project Debrief & Relationship Mapping Kickoff, is this week (1.5 hrs). To prepare: review the Relationship Mapping Instructions. Email the group to indicate which map you are likely to choose and why.
    • Choose the goal that the relationship mapping work will most benefit. Revisit your completed Well Formed Outcome worksheet to help you identify which goal would be best work with for relationship mapping. (30 min) *Add to your Strategic Plan
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
Week 2:
    • Set some time on your calendar to work on your relationship map. It's not due for three weeks, so consider giving yourself just 20 minutes this week to be sure you get started (20 min)
    • Revisit your draft Positioning Statement from the visibility project. How does this work with your relationship map? Consider updating or creating a new one for a particular target audience on your map.  (30 minutes) *Update your Strategic Plan
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
    • Members A & B are up to be BOD Chairs next week. Please book a session with your coach if you need support coming up with your topic (optional, 1 hr). Be sure to submit your outline 24 hours before your session. 
Week 3:
    • BOD 4 with Members A & B as Chairs is this week. Chairs will submit your outlines 24 hours in advance. Everyone else should review the outlines prior to the session to be prepared to be a powerful board (1.5 hrs)
    • Group reflection by email: How is your relationship mapping going? Have you stuck with your initial choice? Or have you decided to switch maps? How is your relationship mapping supporting one or more of the goals in your strategic plan?  Please check in with the group by email to share your experience so far. And remember to reach out for support if you need it (10 min)
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
Week 4:
    • Submit relationship maps by Sunday. *Add to your Strategic Plan
    • By email, answer the following reflection questions:
      • What did you take away from the relationship mapping exercise?
      • What are the biggest gaps that you noticed in your relationships?
      • What are the strongest aspects of your existing relationships?
      • What immediate actions will you take as a result of this exercise?
    • Take this four tendencies quiz and email your results to the group in preparation for the upcoming seminar.
    • By the first Sunday of the month, email your group to let them know which goal from your strategic plan you'll be focusing on in the month ahead, what progress you'd like to make, and ways you think the group could help you.  We encourage you to use the Monthly Plan worksheet to help you think this through (30 min) *Add your monthly goal of focus to the Monthly Goal section of your Strategic Plan. Please note: your monthly plan should include actions from your relationship mapping if you choose to work on those actions in the month ahead.
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)

WLE Month Five: Transforming Habits to Achieve Goals

Time commitment this month: 9.5 hours

Seminar #5: Transforming Habits to Achieve Goals 

We will turn our attention to frameworks for transforming habits to achieve goals. This is a critical turning point in WLE in which members re-commit to making progress on their goals by the end of the program. The coach will facilitate a discussion in which members will hone in on the goal that most relies on positive habitual behaviors and present habit formation frameworks and help members select the habit they'd like to form in the month ahead that will best support the progress on one of their WLE goals. 

Members C & D are Chairs of BOD Meeting 5 Board of Directors

Members E & F are Chairs of BOD Meeting 6 Board of Directors // Model Transition Plan

Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings

Week 1:
    • Seminar 5: Transforming Habits to Achieve Goals: To prepare: Take this four tendencies quiz and email your results to the group if you have not done so already. Then, take a look at the three goals in your strategic plan. Email your group to remind them what your three goals are and how your habits (re: sleeping, eating, mindfulness, and other behaviors) have helped or hindered your progress on these goals.
    • Habits Work: Right after the seminar, send an email to the group letting them know which habit you are choosing to work on (based on provided categories), how it connects to one of your WLE goals, and what kind of support/accountability would be helpful to you from the group based on what you learned in the seminar. 
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
Week 2: 
    • Habits Work - Complete your Habits Plan and Meet with your Triad. Complete Week 2 of your Habits Worksheet and email the results to your Triad. Meet with your Triad and discuss victories and challenges. 
    • Members C & D are up to be BOD Chairs next week. Please book a session with your coach if you need support coming up with your topic (optional, 1 hr). Be sure to submit your outline 24 hours before your session. 
Week 3:
    • Habits Work- Experimenting with Strategies. This week, you'll set out to test different strategies in forming your new habit. You'll keep a record of what's working and what's not. At the BOD evening, the group will discuss how habit formation is going and how the group can support each other for even more success for the rest of the week and into next. 
    • BOD 5 with Members C & D as chairs this week. Chairs will submit your outlines 24 hours in advance. Everyone else should review the outlines prior to the session to be prepared to be a powerful board (1.5 hrs)
Week 4:
    • Habits Work - Meet with your Triad. After two weeks of observation, experimentation, and peer support, write out a detailed summary of what works to maintain your positive habit and keep it up for the whole week. 
    • By the first Sunday of the month, email your group to let them know which goal from your strategic plan you'll be focusing on in the month ahead, what progress you'd like to make, and ways you think the group could help you.  We encourage you to use the Monthly Plan worksheet to help you think this through (30 min) *Add your monthly goal of focus to the Monthly Goal section of your Strategic Plan. 
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
    • Members E & F are up to be BOD Chairs next week. Please book a session with your coach if you need support coming up with your topic (optional, 1 hr). Be sure to submit your outline 24 hours before your session. 
Week 5:
    • BOD 6 with Members E & F as chairs this week. Chairs will submit your outlines 24 hours in advance. Everyone else should review the outlines prior to the session to be prepared to be a powerful board (1.5 hrs)
      • Model Transition Plan. During the first half hour of the BOD session, your coach will present a model Transition Plan, which is an example of what you will present at your group's final presentation. 
    • Work on your Mission, Vision & Values slides for your transition plan & email them to the group by Sunday (30 min)
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)

WLE Month Six: Celebration

Time commitment this month: 7 hours

Seminar #6: Final Celebration  

Week by Week Breakdown of Work & Meetings

Week 1:
    • Brainstorm and list your possible goals for the upcoming year (30 min) *List the goals in your Strategic Plan.
    • Work on your Strengths & Goals slides for your transition plan. Add your top three goals from your Strategic Plan to the Goals slide. Email these slides to the group by Sunday (30 min)
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
Week 2:
    • Work on your Relationship Map and Positioning Statement slides, along with a screen-shot of your updated LinkedIn profile pasted onto a blank slide, and email them to the group by Sunday (30 min)
    • Schedule time to meet with your WLE reflection triads if you have not already done so. Triad Assignments are Triad #1: A, E, & F, Triad #2: B, C & D (10 min)
    • Meet at your regular time with your co-conspirator (1 hr)
Week 3:
    • Work on your Who I am slide and email this, along with your entire slide deck, to your group. Save your presentation to your group's Google Drive. Please be on time so your coaches have time to compile the presentations. Thank you! (30 min)
    • Meet with your triads (1 hr). In your triads, please discuss the following questions: 
      • What will you each hold on to from your EWL experience and from working with each other? What ways of being and working together would you like to hold on to moving forward?
      • What aspects of your EWL experience and the group are you ready to let go of? What feels complete and time-bound?
      • What new ways of being with each other are you hoping to take on, if any, in the next phase beyond the official program?
      • Work together to find areas of agreement for each of these questions, and email these to the whole group by Sunday. Depending on what emerges, we will determine what we need to discuss during the final presentation before moving into the presentations.
Week 4:
    • Get ready to celebrate! Your group's final celebration is this week. (2 hrs)
    • Choose your party clothes and beverage. Start thinking about the toasts you'd like to give to each woman in the group. Think about the slides from your presentation that you most want to share. You'll each have FIVE minutes to present plus FIVE minutes for the group to celebrate you, so please be judicious on what you plan to present because we will need to be mindful of time. Trust us - this can go on for hours! We appreciate your help (30 min)