On-the-job training in leadership for developing new or emerging leaders

“After two sessions since starting, we’ve had three team members promoted to manager.”

Department Head, Public manufacturing company


Peer-to-peer coaching happens on the job, so it’s a little different than a traditional “course.” Real work gets accomplished while peer-to-peer coaching takes place.

Jamesson Solutions facilitates the program, helping companies establish teams based on business objectives. It can work for almost any kind of business in any industry.

The teams meet regularly to address your most important business processes for improvement and problem solving. The designated leader facilitates a process of discussion focused on giving and receiving feedback. And THIS is the real key to Peer-to-peer Coaching, because learning how to effectively give and receive feedback is such an important leadership building block.

To a certain extent, the program can run itself, but Jamesson Solutions is there to keep it on track, consult and help management observe and discover new leaders as they develop.

Who Should Attend

Peer-to-peer Coaching participants can be new employees at any level, as well as more experienced talent – people who will become your next cadre of managers.

One client explains:

“We mix the teams, so we have it totally balanced with those different functions inside purchasing and it’s the only place where you get all the different groups and the diversity of the groups. You’ll have the engineers and controlling and project managers and different types of buyers all there, so it’s a very intentionally mixed-up group of people coming from a lot of different areas to really increase the thinking process.”

Why Attend

Participants will learn about:

  • Themselves and how they can best engage with a range of personalities in the workplace.
  • Giving and receiving feedback.
  • BENEFITING from feedback.
  • How other leaders succeed or fail.
  • Ways to move a team forward.
  • Empathy and emotional intelligence.
  • The socratic method of learning.