Collaborative Deepening Retreat
as You Evolve Your New Work
In addition to the mentoring services and coaching programs and groups listed to the left of this paragraph, I also offer Collaborative Deepening Retreats.
These sessions give us an opportunity to work together on your project. It’s amazing how much we can do in this two-session retreat format I describe below.
The Collaborative Deepening Retreat is best if you want to work together to:
Design a new business model
Develop a model or framework for your work
Craft an experiment
Work on another project
This in-depth two-session Collaborative Deepening Retreat will give you renewed clarity about your project, new layers of insight and details about your work, and a series of next steps for further development.
In this session we work together throughout the process, not as a mentor and mentee, but as colleagues co-creating and deepening what you know about your work.
Here’s how it works
Pre-Retreat Questions. Prior to our first session, you’ll answer a series of questions so that we begin our collaborative work with a shared sense of your starting point.
First 90-Minute Session. We will begin by understanding the scope of your project. Our conversation will highlight where you are clear and where you need to focus to strengthen your project. Through our conversation we’ll begin filling in details you know and new details you discover. We’ll make note of any gaps in your understanding and knowledge.
Link to the audio recording. Clients often gain additional insights by listening to the session a second time.
Detailed notes. I will clean up and strengthen the notes we created during the session. This Development Document becomes our reference document throughout our work together and beyond.
Questions. During or right after the session, I’ll create a set of questions for you to ponder, explore, and write about between sessions.
Second 90-Minute Session. In this session we’ll begin by reviewing your additions to the Development Document. We’ll lean in for a second pass to strengthen, reorganize, expand, and refine the key concepts that are relevant to the next step in your project’s development.
What’s Next. At the end of the second session, we’ll lay out your next steps based on your project and your goals.
As before, I will send you a link to the audio recording, detailed notes from our session, and questions you can use to guide you as you move forward.
$750 ($500 for Deepen Your Roots Members)
If you would like to continue our collaborative work or follow up after you’ve made more progress on your own, you can sign up for one of the Mentoring Sessions, another Collaborative Deepening Retreat, or a short follow-up session or materials review service I extend to my existing clients. This next round could happen immediately or in the future based on your development journey.
Before You Join, Let's Verify that the
Collaborative Deepening Retreat
is a Good Fit for You and Your Needs
In our initial phone conversation you'll share what's happening (or not) in your business, and I will give you a sense of my background. Then we'll talk in more depth to verify that the Collaborative Deepening Retreat is a good fit for you. Throughout the conversation we'll have the opportunity to see how we connect.
To get started, complete the form below to request the pre-conversation questionnaire you’ll complete to tell me about yourself, your work, and your business. As soon as I receive your request, I’ll send you an email with a link to the questionnaire.
My Promise To You
I want you to succeed! If the Collaborative Deepening Retreat is not a good fit for you, I’ll share other services that would be a better fit or introduce you to a colleague who may be able to support you.
After our conversation you'll have the time you need to make the right decision for you. I do not use pressure tactics; that kind of an environment is not helpful to either one of us.
If you have questions after we've spoken, I'm happy to have an email exchange or another phone conversation to get you the information you need to make a good decision for yourself and your business.