Confidence Coaching - promoting the invisible
Speaker: Judy Apps
Type: Paid on the Door
Venue: The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3BU (Click venue address for map)
Date: 26 June 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.
Confidence Coaching - Promoting the invisible
Clients come to a coach sometimes because they don't know what to do; sometimes because they don't know how to do it; and almost always they come because they don't quite believe in the possibility of their own success. It's hard to put your finger on the ways in which a coach can help build self belief. Of course externals can help: acting and speaking confidently; gaining clarity on vision and motivation; moving to action towards measurable goals. But confidence is about internal ease - about being rather than doing, and there are particular skills the coach can use to help the client find it. In this lively practical session you will get to explore some new ideas.
During the session you will:
1. understand the part you play - and the pitfalls - in assisting your coachee to gain confidence
2. learn about a new concept of somatic and vocal 'thinking centres' and their different uses in building confidence; and to introduce you to methods for leading clients easily into different ways of thinking and being.
3. increase your own confidence and ease in your skin as a coach
Judy is Director of Enlightened Ltd. with over 15 years experience on developing creative training programmes and in coaching particularly in the areas of leadership, communications, voice and influence. She has had notable success with senior people in the corporate market, especially in achieving all-encompassing outcomes such as confidence, gravitas, better communications, creativity and sense of purpose and direction