On February 1st and 2nd, the Cohort 11 of the LSCC training program participated in the fourth onsite: Coaching & Systems. This onsite focused on teaching the techniques and skills needed to coach a group or organization to reach their goals and develop their potential.
Will Smith is the Vice President of Sextons Creek Productions, a full-service creative studio, and the founder of Reformer House in Indianapolis. Will is the head of a team at Sextons Creek, and he found the information discussed in the Coaching & Systems to be directly and immediately applicable to his life. In addition to his personal relationships, Will explained that he would use the knowledge he gained at the onsite with colleagues and employees, as well as other companies to help them understand their purpose, mission, and voice. He explained, “I am a part of a lot of systems and every time we covered content it directly affected every system that I’m a part of.”
The community built throughout the course of the training program is a community unlike anything Will had been a part of, and one that he desires to continue after the program ends. He believes that this kind of community is sometimes a space that you find, but may also be a space that you need to create. Will described the cohort as “a community that encourages authenticity and encourages being your whole self, being all in, being present.”
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BY Jaylan Miller | Writing Intern