Collective Gain is an executive development company that is dedicated to equip first-time CEOs and their executive team with new awareness on the leadership behaviors required to scale.
The result is a reawakening of the human within the executive that inspires a form of conscious leadership that moves workplaces and their people from a vicious cycle of depletion to a virtuous cycle of collective gain.
1:1 CEO Coaching
Private coaching to support CEOs with optimizing their leadership, solving complex people challenges and optimiz talent.
Executive Team Offsites
Unique, custom-designed in-person experiences to bond your team, align priorities and infuse clarity, energy, and understanding to deliver the results you promised.
Executive Team Coaching
Dedicated support that straddles coaching and consulting to optimize team communication, dynamics, and operations.
Company-wide Virtual Training
Customized learning programs for the gaps of your team. Popular programs include mature leadership, the art of listening, and finding purpose in your work.
WHO WE ARE
Professional Coaches to Modern Mystics
Our coaching team is made up of executive coaches, talent strategists, and the highly intuitive. We are system-aware professionals who have found our calling in coaching.
We use a multi-modal approach to executive development, sourcing from modern tools to ancient ones. Each person is unique in their development process and we use what's necessary to spark their leadership evolution.
Expertly designed, sourced and facilitated coaching for an eye-opening and transformative coaching experience.
"The most effective growth initiative we brought in all year... and the one I heard the most positive feedback about."
"The perfect balance of strategy and soul. I was supported in all areas of life and work."
"The most human corporate coaching program I have experienced yet."
-Dir. Product, Facebook
"The Collective Gain team is very knowledgeable and thoughtful. They customized exercises for us that touched on very important matters that could often be awkward or difficult for people to discuss but instead made them fun and enlightening."
-Learning & Development Manager, TBWA