Advanced Coaching Skills: Self-Management, Action and Accountability, and Acknowledgement
Debra DeVilbiss,Reuel Hunt
Tuesday, January 14th 2014
Really good coaching does two things: it deepens the learning and forwards the action. The core skills of powerful questions and levels of listening are methods of deep inquiry, but how do you move into action?
In this session, we will practice those core skills and introduce new skills to help you acknowledge others, self-manage, get the other person into action and hold them accountable. This highly interactive session is co-led by two seasoned professional coaches trained by the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and certified through CTI and the International Coach Federation (ICF). They will create a “fail-free” zone to learn about and to practice these skills. Reading a book or attending a lecture is only scratching the surface of the power of coaching skills; the best way to “get” them is to experience them. You will leave with a different perspective on workplace communication and new skills for creative solutions.
You will benefit most from this class if you have previously attended the Powerful Questions and Levels of Listening session either this year or in previous years. Note: if you choose to attend, please commit to the full three hours.
Goals and Target Audience:
To empower employees, supervisors and managers with tools to create a respectful climate for open communication.