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The power of three, small-cohort coaching...

Updated: Feb 23, 2021

Growth & Development

The Power of Three


There is power in the number three. It expands our thinking, and can provide us with alternatives, adding depth to our existing perspective.

All too often, we default to binary thinking – this or that, black or white, yes or no. Adding a third option can expand your choices and perspectives without creating an endless list of possibilities.

tP3 is a diverse, personalized, focused learning experience. In a mini-cohort of three, we create the optimal environment for you to learn and grow by:

- Developing your TalentProfile. Real clarity to what you do best and areas you are most vulnerable.

- Clarifying your thinking by identifying your Lead Domino decisions: the game-changers, the ones that create ripples in your life and business.

- And then creating some healthy tension between these two things to drive real growth.

Getting cohorts with the right fit is key. Industry sector, functional responsibilities and experience levels are all key factors to evaluate when creating your program.

Cohorts meet for a year. We keep the group small and the conversations confidential to encourage transparency–the most important learning happens when you can feel free to open up. We’ll also keep the atmosphere fun and positive, so you can enjoy the journey along the way.

Growth and development begin in the mind. The thinking that empowers growth embraces three core beliefs: (1) that your decisions and actions shape your life, (2) that through effort and perseverance you can become better at something, and (3) that your growth can enhance the lives of others.

If you are interested in learning more about this unique opportunity, you can reach me at

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