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Learn how to apply coaching to any part of your life — from business to relationships to becoming a professional coach. These free events are held twice monthly. View schedule and registration info.
As the coaching profession continues to mature, more and more attention is and must be paid to the actual quality of coaching in on-going practices. What determines the quality of coaching? Quality in coaching depends upon the quality of on-going reflection on practice whether you are an ACC, PCC or MCC. Join Janet Harvey, MCC competency guru and advocate for coaching mastery, and Sam Magill, MCC pioneer in coaching supervision in North America, for an exploration of this emerging dimension of our profession.
A profound coaching methodology and a practical training, this webinar will introduce the learning framework for a comprehensive training (offered in NOV 2013) in the Fundamentals of Systems Coaching & Constellations. What are the organizing principles that underpin healthy personal, professional and organizational systems? What is the inner stance required of the coach and the methodology of constellations in one-to-one and team coaching? John Whittington is founder of Coaching Constellations in the United Kingdom and one of the pioneers of this approach in coaching, building on the work of originator Bert Hellinger. Join John Whittington and Janet Harvey, for an exploration of the stance of systemic coaching and how coaches embody this in client engagements.
Reviewed by Roger Ebert for his “Great Movies” list and earning 4 out of 4 stars! "Contact is a film that takes place at the intersection of science, politics and faith. Those are three subjects that don't always fit easily together.” Movie viewing plus a group discussion with coach Janet M. Harvey, MCC will be the evening program. There is no charge to attend; popcorn and beverages provided. Attendance Limit is 30.
Formerly named Preparing for the Drug-Free Years, Families that Care—Guiding Good Choices ® (GGC developed for parents of children ages 9–14) and, Parents that Care—Staying Connected With Your Teen® (STC developed for older teens, 12 to 14) are multimedia substance abuse prevention programs that give the knowledge and skills needed to guide children through early adolescence. The GGC curriculum was field-tested over 2 years in 10 public schools in Seattle, Washington, under the name Preparing for the Drug Free Years. Since 1987 these programs that teach strategies to guide children through a more positive social development process have supported more than half a million families across the nation. A unique opportunity will be available in September for certified coaches to be trained in this technology at no cost. Attend this webinar and meet the trainer, Dr. Dorothy Ghylin-Bennet to learn more about the revolutionary process.
Participation in the SEP 2013 training will be by application; details provided during the webinar.
What do you do when trauma emerges as an aspect of a coaching engagement? Not all trauma is an indication of mental illness. Join Janet Harvey, MCC as she hosts Rev. Suzanne Fageol, a spiritual director, teacher, certified coach, licensed counselor, somatic trauma educator and supervisor of spiritual directors. The webinar session will explore the connection between mind and body as experienced through the brain and the central nervous system. We will look at different modes of somatic practice and the neurobiological pathways for these practices and how we as coaches may incorporate these methods with clients.