“When dealing with stuck clients, a great place to begin is with yourself. How did you move past a stuck state in
the past? What did you do? How did you think, imagine, or dream that assisted you to move past those old
boxes, conjectures, or beliefs?” – Marilyn Atkinson

To be an effective coach, you must be able to listen through clear distinctions about how a client gets stuck. You also need to help the client identify how they can move ahead again with trailblazing questions.

Join Marilyn Atkinson to learn key methods you can use to assist a ‘very stuck’ client. PLUS apply these insights to many clients who are not just stuck, but perplexed, disorganized, or disheartened about achieving an important goal.

This session sparked so many insightful discussions when it was held live during the 2020 WBECS Pre-Summit. Now you can experience this popular session for yourself!

Watch this EXCLUSIVE bonus session to uncover:

  • Why and how people tend to get stuck

  • How people 'release themselves' to see a valid, but formerly hidden future potential, and then start to design it

  • How voice tone shifts can help clients to visualize new choices

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About Marilyn Atkinson

Marilyn Atkinson is the Founder of Erickson Coaching International and the originator of the comprehensive, Solution-Focused and Outcome-Oriented Coaching model. This model has actively contributed to the expansion of Solution-Focused Psychology and the development of Meta Program Analysis for effective managerial approaches worldwide. A former Registered Organizational Psychologist, Marilyn has developed many coach training programs for global companies.
As a Solution-Focused Coach, Marilyn has honed specific methods for corporate engagements, making the tools effective and easy for people to use in a variety of contexts.

Since founding Erickson in 1980, Marilyn has developed many effective, specialized coach training programs (including the ICF ACTP-accredited The Art & Science of Coaching). Her many-faceted coaching programs are currently being taught in 45 countries. Marilyn has written and co-authored 8 books, including “The Art & Science of Coaching” trilogy.