Group leaders can be teachers, life coaches, therapists, executive coaches,
book club leaders, work group leaders, or anyone who wants to form a group
based on particular interests.
When teachers set up groups, they usually represent a class so that students
can have access to the contributions of other students in the class. In this
part of the website, group leaders can also see notes that their students
have shared with only the teacher or with the entire class.
Coaches can create groups of clients who can support each other while
reading the same book. Executive coaches and life coaches often don’t
have time in their one-on-one sessions to teach strategies that would be helpful to their clients.
Coaches frequently recommend books. Sometimes, they even give their
clients assignments to read particular parts of books. In this section
of our website, coaches can read what their clients are learning and what intentions they have set.
Coaches can also set up one or more support groups so that their clients
can also share with each other the contributions they have created when doing an eConnect book.
Group leaders can be also be work group mentors, book club leaders, or
support group leaders and they have the same abilities as coaches or
teachers to set up groups and view the contributions of these group members and communicate directly with them.
Once a coach, teacher, or group leader has created a group, potential
members will be notified and given the option to join the group. If a
potential group member has not purchased or registered their eConnect book,
they can still be invited to join the group. All invitations will be by email.