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SKILLS DEVELOPMENT DAY 'An Introduction to Gestalt'

  • Tue 6 June, 2017
    10:00
  • Hosted by Association For Coaching
  • (National Council for Voluntary Organisations) Society Building , London, N1 9RL

This Skills Development Day will dive into Gestalt approaches, working with the three fundamental Gestalt principles: Phenomenology, Dialogic Existentialism and Wholism. As a practice, Gestalt is about paying exquisite attention to what is obvious (although often missed), and bringing the awareness of how we are being in the world to full attention so that a new way of becoming can emerge.

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Resilience Coaching: Working with the Wobble and the Fall

  • Wed 14 June, 2017
    10:00
  • Hosted by Coaching At Work
  • The British Psychological Society, London Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4UE

Resilience has been identified as key to career success and the effectiveness of leaders. A word drawn from the physical sciences is now increasingly used by clients to signal that they are struggling to cope with relentless pressures or they are being impacted by particular events. The focus of this one day masterclass is how coaches can work with resilience issues which are knocking the client off balance, or have caused them to fall. Carole Pemberton will provide an experiential day which builds from input on the nature of resilience and what is known that is relevant for working with adults, and provides exercises and approaches that can be used in working to help the client rebalance or recover. The day will enable coaches to reflect on their own experience of loss of resilience and how their own learning can be of value in working with clients.

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Resilience Coaching: Working with the Wobble and the Fal

  • Wed 14 June, 2017
    10:00
  • Hosted by Coaching At Work
  • The British Psychological Society London Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4UE

The masterclass is designed to deepen coaches’ understanding of resilience drawing on key pieces of research. It will equip coaches to recognise when the client is presenting a loss of resilience and how to differentiate it from PTSD and ‘burnout’. The day will place a focus on how the coach can use techniques to help the client hold steady when under pressure, and how to help the client move forward when they have fallen. Central to the day will be the use of narrative coaching techniques. By the end of the day you will have both a deeper understanding of resilience and will have experienced ways in which you can work on resilience issues.

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Art in Coaching - working beyond words

  • Tue 27 June, 2017
    17:30
  • Hosted by Association For Coaching
  • University of Herts, MacLaurin Building, Hatfield, Herts,

Through this introductory event you will discover for yourselves how using an art based approach can deepen and enrich our coaching conversations with our clients, leading to shifts in personal awareness, understanding and meaning. It is a powerful approach for personal development and growth. During the session you will be introduced to, and start to explore, the richness and depth that art-based working can bring to our practice.

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'The Listening Space: A New Path to Personal Discovery’ with Tamsin Hartley

  • Thu 28 September, 2017
    18:00
  • Hosted by Association For Coaching
  • Jury’s Inn, Brewery Wharf, Leeds, LS10 1NE

About this event: This is a coaching skills development event. Join us to learn how to create a transformative Listening Space for your clients in 4 easy steps. You will learn:  How to facilitate your clients to come to know themselves in new and exciting ways by using Clean Language questions to develop mindful awareness through metaphor. By the end of this session, you will be able to: Incorporate Clean Language questions into your coaching practice to help shine a light on the metaphors that your clients naturally use to describe their experience. 

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What can neuroscience tell us about coaching complex decision makers?

  • Thu 5 October, 2017
    10:00
  • Hosted by Coaching At Work
  • The British Psychological Society London Offices, 30 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4UE

The organizational world is complex – whether this is the result of greater globalization, more competition in the marketplace, a changing political landscape, or business expansion. Therefore leaders have to make increasingly complex decisions. As a consequence, coaching leaders can benefit substantially from an understanding of how the brain makes decisions in complex environments – which can be volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA). In this workshop, we will consider how the brain makes decisions within VUCA environments and will use this information to suggest ways in which coaching can be designed to help leaders improve their decision making. The day will include both content and interactive exercises to allow you to put some new ideas into immediate practice.

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