Movement at Work
Speaker: Sue Glasser
Type: Paid on the Door
Venue: The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3BU (Click venue address for map)
Date: 24 April 2012
The London Coaching Group is pleased to welcome all coaches and those interested in coaching to their monthly events. Networking starts at 6:15 pm, with the featured session commencing at 6:45pm. The cost including refreshments is £10:00 and booking in advance is essential to reserve your place.
Movement at Work
We are moving 100% of the time - a resource that is 100% free.
Body Language - i.e. the dynamics of our movements and the sensations of our bodies - continually informs us about our client connections, from selling services to coaching sessions. Yet this resource is vastly underused in our thought-dominated culture.
Somatic skills enhance all areas of coaching and work relationships including Leadership, Teamwork, Confidence, Conflict, Stress, Life Balance and Presentation.
During the session you will learn more about:
- Somatically linking heart and head, including for "highly cognitive” people and organisations
- Supporting physical awareness at an appropriate level for the client, their culture and their environment
- Using movement awareness even when not physically present with the client (telephone, on-line, skype)
No previous experience of movement is needed, and the session will be inclusive of all, regardless of ability, health or culture.
Subsequent to a dance career Sue Glasser continues as a choreographer and movement specialist. She combines this experience with Applied Psychology (instigating the first such UK qualification) to bring relational psychology into the workplace via coaching, training and facilitation. Periodic work in South Africa, where Sue grew up, keeps her engaged with the Rainbow Nation and the ongoing recovery from Apartheid.
Past seminars include: The Academy of Executive Coaching, Ashridge Business School Coaching Alumni, The Coaching Circle SA, The Natural History Museum, The Mankind Project, Save the Children, RNIB, ICRAF World Agroforestry (Kenya), PKF Finance & Accounting, Vodacare SA, COLT Technology, Sussex University, LSE Corporate Social Responsibility Conference, PCSR Psychotherapy & Politics Conference.