Master the simple 3-part process you can use to self-regulate and pivot anytime you or your client feels triggered.
Learn to break down challenging situations into five crucial steps to identify the story that created an unwanted outcome.
Discover the five questions you need to ask to rewind your story and create a different, more desirable result.
Identify and understand what triggers you and your clients, and use these insights to be more resourceful in your response.
Uncover what truly drives human behavior and become an expert at gracefully interrupting narrative patterns.
Move to a deeper dialogue quickly by uncovering the hidden pieces of your own and your client's story.
“Discover The Last Mile Technique” is not just another coaching workshop. In fact, it might change your outlook on coaching altogether.
By the end of this training, you will have an innovative, meaningful process in place to identify what triggers you and your clients, uncover the narrative that drives your behavior and rewind those stories to create desirable outcomes in a short amount of time. You will discover the simple, non-dogmatic and profound methodology that allows you to engage your clients on more complex levels and liberate the stories that are waiting to be born.
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Global Thought Leader On Narrative Coaching at Center for Narrative Coaching & Design Fielding
Dr David Drake founded and runs the Moment Institute and has studied human dynamics for 30 years – with a particular passion for change and transitions.
What this means for David’s clients is that he can help them separate the signal from the noise to focus on what matters most. As an integrative practitioner, he draws on a rich academic and consulting background in helping clients understand their own stories and how to liberate themselves.
He has written over 50 publications on coaching, leadership and narratives; he serves on the Senior Advisory Board for Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice. He is lead editor for The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching (2008); author of Narrative Coaching: Bringing New Stories to Life (2015); and co-editor of the reference-level Sage Handbook of Coaching (2016). His current research interests: using attachment theory and applied mindfulness in developing people and using Applied Narrative Design as a scalable change model.
David has presented to 25 universities and professional associations (eg, ASTD, ICF, ODN, SCP, SIOP) around the world, including the opening keynote for the first International Coaching Psychology Congress. He is a Fellow and Thought Leader for the Institute of Coaching affiliated with Harvard Medical School. He earned his PhD in Human and Organizational Development from Fielding Graduate University in California.