Be Present In Every Single
Coaching Engagement

Reflective Intelligence: How To Use Your Presence To Catalyze Change was an extremely popular session during the 2017 WBECS Full Summit.

For the first time in 3 years, we’re sharing exclusive access to this timeless session recording.

Do you ever get the urge to give advice during a coaching session? Or suddenly feel judgemental or defensive?

In this free session, learn how to let go of these reactions and return to presence with the client.

Apply what you learn immediately in your very next coaching engagement!

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Watching this session will empower you to:

  • Discern your feelings of empathy from your own judgment, fear, or emotional needs, so you can better serve your clients

  • Release reactions following a simple 4-step process, so you can be more present with your clients

  • Listen with your entire nervous system, so you can create a sense of psychological safety with your clients

  • Help clients question their thinking, so they can see themselves and the world in a new way

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About Marcia Reynolds

Dr. Marcia Reynolds is the president of Covisioning LLC. A pioneer in the coaching profession, Marcia was the 5th global president of the International Coach Federation.

Currently, she is the training director for the Healthcare Coaching Institute in North Carolina. She is also on faculty coaching schools in Russia, The Philippines, and China. Outside of the schools, Marcia teaches Leader as Coach classes to organizations around the world, consulting with them to build coaching cultures.

Marcia is recognized by Global Gurus as the #5 coach in the world. In addition to training and consulting, Marcia coaches executives globally, as well as teaching her programs for agencies of the National Institutes of Health. She has trained and coached leaders in 41 countries, and has presented at a number of prestigious institutions, such as the Harvard Kennedy School, Cornell University, and additional universities in Europe and Asia.