When asking coaching colleagues: ‘what is the key ingredient that leads to a successful outcome with your clients?’ their answers refer to the coaching relationship. Elizabeth Crosse will share her research identifying four distinct ‘relationship styles’ that reflect the range of ways coaches work holistically with complexity and ambiguity in managing coach client relations.
Do you struggle with trying to juggle marketing with running your business (and your life). In this session Kim will show you how to cut through the marketing quicksand to attract more clients, faster. She will share her secrets on what you should be prioritising, what you should stop doing immediately and how to get brilliant results from even the tiniest of marketing budgets.
Truly effective coaching depends on the quality of the coach’s presence. Mindfulness counteracts the human tendency to get stuck on ‘autopilot’, when your attention is caught up in intrusive thoughts and emotions. We will learn through mini coaching sessions practising leading mindfulness exercises, and using more subtle techniques to take the coaching deeper, and learn how to share these techniques with your clients.
Learn how mastering the art of team coaching can make an impact on the way you see and work with your clients in this experiential workshop. Georgina Woudstra will take us on a journey of experience, practice and reflection. We will practice team coaching using a team simulation and reflection on this experience will support the integration of our collective and individual learning.
The workshop will provide a conceptual and practical framework for doing childhood story work with leaders and facilitate an exploration of its place and purpose. The premise is that every leader in the world is shaped by their formative experiences. Whether they are aware of it or not, their earliest memories are influencing how they interact with others and what triggers their greatest reactivity.
Head outdoors for a breath of fresh air, stretch your legs and connect with fellow coaches in the natural surroundings of Hyde Park. In this fully experiential session Anna-Marie will share her passion of coaching outdoors and provide the opportunity for you to experience the power of walking & talking coaching conversations, explore a current opportunity/challenge to set future intentions and actions and connect with other coaches.
Many people work in pairs. CEOs and Chairs, co-founders, producers and directors, surgeons and anaesthetists. ‘Pair coaching’ supports these pairs to grow and thrive. In this workshop, discover a powerful new way to deliver pair coaching. It’s hugely impactful, for those coached, for the organisations they lead or are part of, for the coach and for their practice.
An integrated overview of the wider context of the 4th digital revolution, AI, Robotics and the tension this context creates. Dilemmas and challenges of change and uncertainty to jobs and professions – including coaching - and the ubiquitous impact of technology.
CEOs, elite special forces and top athletes harness mindfulness techniques to become leaders in their field. Learn how mindfulness can help you gain clarity, creativity, and calm, to be your best. We will explore ways in which mindfulness can support you before, during and after a coaching session.
One of the biggest challenges many coaches face is ensuring a continuous stream of clients and income. During this interactive workshop, you’ll discover exactly how to take your business to the next level and make more money without working extra hours.
This highly experiential, psycho-educational workshop focuses on two of the most prolific and extremely dangerous myths that are keeping millions of us stuck and playing below our real potential: Perfectionism and Self Compassion.
This highly experiential workshop aims to enable fellow coaches to learn more reflectively and become better practitioners in the service of their clients, learning to use creative approaches and tools to support their individual journey of self-reflection.
Ethics is a key issue for coaches and can feel difficult, restrictive, heavy - full of guidelines and codes of practice. Does it have to be that way? Actually, things can only really be figured out with real clients in real situations and that’s when the fun starts!. Ethical challenges go to the heart of professional, ‘clean’ coaching. Dilemmas can juicy. They can make us laugh at our own to-ing and fro-ing and re-examine our beliefs, our triggers and how we work.