WHY SHOULD I JOIN A CIRCLE?
1. Feel more in control and less stressed: Our struggles always seem bigger and more overwhelming when we’re isolated from others who can help. You’ll feel better and more in control with a go-to peer group you can trust to help you problem-solve and be there when the going gets tough. You don’t have to do this alone.
2. Lead better with a growth mindset: Leading effectively in a modern organization requires the ability to adapt to anything. Attending business school and reading the best blogs can’t build resilience. Resilience comes as you apply a learning mindset to the highs and lows of life experience. Learning together with a group maximizes your growth by tapping into the diverse experiences and perspectives of other leaders. As you update and revise your mental models, you’ll gain more influence and impact as a leader. You don’t have to be held back by your blind spots.
3. Become the best version of you: Being a better leader starts with being a better human. Taking time out of a busy schedule to step back, be introspective, and work on your own personal and professional growth is difficult. It’s the first thing to get papered over when your calendar fills up. Your Circle is protected time in your schedule to work on you. We’ll hold you accountable for the life-giving but difficult work of introspection. And doing so will get you the clarity of what it means to live in alignment with your deepest values. We call this inside-out leadership development. You don’t have to experience work and life as a passive observer.
4. Join the Family – Reboot brings together a team of coaches with wide-ranging experience and expertise. You’ll have access to their support and learnings through exclusive Reboot content.
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HOW DOES IT WORK?
Reboot Circles create a container of safety, inquiry, and accountability from which the authentic, resilient leader within you can emerge. Group sessions involve a mix of coaching exercises, guided journaling, facilitated group exploration, and time to process pressing issues and concerns. The facilitator holds the space and provides loving provocation, allowing for powerful insights and discoveries to emerge.
Groups meet virtually (via video conference), twice a month, for 90 minutes each meeting. Membership is $500 per month, with an initial one-year commitment.
The intention of Reboot Circles is to facilitate the creation of lifelong, supportive relationships among group members. Some of our Circles have chosen to keep meeting for multiple years! We’ve created the arc of an experience over the first year to help participants grow individually and form a strong learning community.
Help us get to know you by sharing a bit about your role, your company, the challenges and opportunities you’re facing, and the kind of support you’re looking for. Get started with your application now
Once you complete your application, you’ll be prompted to sign up for a half-hour interview with a member of Reboot’s Circle team. The interview gives us a chance to get to know you better so we can best place you in a group of peers. We’ll also answer any questions you have about the Circles process.
Orientation / In Person Kickoff
Every Circles participant attends an Orientation or an In Person Kickoff where we cover core skills and structures that will set you up for an impactful experience with your group. Circles Orientation consists of two 90-minute virtual sessions (held via Zoom video conference), spaced two weeks apart. Circles Orientations are run every month, so it’s always a good time to jump in. In Person Kickoffs are spaced throughout the year for Seasonally Launched Groups. See below for more information.
Start Meeting with Your Circle
Following the application and interview process, you’ll be invited to join a group of hand-selected peers.
All groups meet virtually (via video conference), twice a month, for 90 minutes each meeting. Some groups (for specific leadership roles) begin with in-person kick-offs. Check out our upcoming in-person launch schedule.
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