Week 31 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

March 28th

Carole Gaskell
Neuro-agility and Motivation to Optimise Your Coaching Impact

Thursday, March 28th 9:00 EDT

Carole will share powerful insights into two of the most valuable new tools available to make more of a difference with your coaching clients – Neuro-agility and Motivational Mapping.

Neuro-agility: helps people do things Simpler, Better, Faster – they improve their performance by Being More Neuro-agile.

People who are neuro agile have the flexibility to learn new skills, attitudes and behaviours faster and more easily. Coaches can dramatically improve their impact by learning how to boost brain fitness by accelerating the 6 drivers of brain agility. You’ll also gain an understanding of the 7 factors that make up a person’s unique neurological design, which can significantly improve their performance, productivity and wellness.

Motivational Mapping: helps people ignite the Fire Within to Boost Engagement, Performance and Happiness

How many of your clients really know what motivates them?

With engagement and motivation levels at an all time low, the sad fact is that less 50% of people are accurate about what really motivates them. Sometimes values exercises are just not enough. Motivational mapping, created by James Sale, provides groundbreaking insight into how to measure, map and improve anyone’s motivation.

Carole will explain the 3 fundamental roots of motivation and help you to understand your own and your client’s unique mix of 9 motivational drivers. You will learn how to rank your motivators in order of importance and measure how well each one is met. This has far-reaching implications for energising ourselves as well as step-changing the impact a coach can have when they know the motivational hot buttons of their coachees – relighting the fire within.

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Carole Gaskell
Neuro-agility and Motivation to Optimise Your Coaching Impact

Thursday, March 28th 17:00 EDT

Carole will share powerful insights into two of the most valuable new tools available to make more of a difference with your coaching clients – Neuro-agility and Motivational Mapping.

Neuro-agility: helps people do things Simpler, Better, Faster – they improve their performance by Being More Neuro-agile.

People who are neuro agile have the flexibility to learn new skills, attitudes and behaviours faster and more easily. Coaches can dramatically improve their impact by learning how to boost brain fitness by accelerating the 6 drivers of brain agility. You’ll also gain an understanding of the 7 factors that make up a person’s unique neurological design, which can significantly improve their performance, productivity and wellness.

Motivational Mapping: helps people ignite the Fire Within to Boost Engagement, Performance and Happiness

How many of your clients really know what motivates them?

With engagement and motivation levels at an all time low, the sad fact is that less 50% of people are accurate about what really motivates them. Sometimes values exercises are just not enough. Motivational mapping, created by James Sale, provides groundbreaking insight into how to measure, map and improve anyone’s motivation.

Carole will explain the 3 fundamental roots of motivation and help you to understand your own and your client’s unique mix of 9 motivational drivers. You will learn how to rank your motivators in order of importance and measure how well each one is met. This has far-reaching implications for energising ourselves as well as step-changing the impact a coach can have when they know the motivational hot buttons of their coachees – relighting the fire within.

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Week 32 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

April 4th

Liz Kislik
How Coaches Can Explore What’s Underneath a Conflict to Help Resolve It

Thursday, April 4th 9:00 EDT

Many people in workplaces hold the mistaken belief that conflict wouldn’t exist if the difficult people who cause it would just get themselves together and work things out. But those difficult people are just the part of the story that’s easiest to see.

If we’re going to learn from a conflict and really solve it — at work, at home, anywhere — we have to do some deliberate digging and assess the structures that lie underneath the conflict. In this session, we’ll look at some road-tested approaches that you can use to dig down below the obvious interpersonal challenges, and see what might be keeping those people locked in battle.

We’ll explore techniques to help the participants bring the crucial issues to the surface, recognize what they bring to the conflict, evaluate alternative explanations of events and communications, and practice more effective interactions.

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Liz Kislik
How Coaches Can Explore What’s Underneath a Conflict to Help Resolve It

Thursday, April 4th 17:00 EDT

Many people in workplaces hold the mistaken belief that conflict wouldn’t exist if the difficult people who cause it would just get themselves together and work things out. But those difficult people are just the part of the story that’s easiest to see.

If we’re going to learn from a conflict and really solve it — at work, at home, anywhere — we have to do some deliberate digging and assess the structures that lie underneath the conflict. In this session, we’ll look at some road-tested approaches that you can use to dig down below the obvious interpersonal challenges, and see what might be keeping those people locked in battle.

We’ll explore techniques to help the participants bring the crucial issues to the surface, recognize what they bring to the conflict, evaluate alternative explanations of events and communications, and practice more effective interactions.

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Week 33 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

April 11th

Amanda Blake
Embodying Social + Emotional Intelligence – The Neurobiology of Experiential Coaching

Thursday, April 11th 9:00 EDT

It’s been been well established that social and emotional intelligence are vital to success and satisfaction in life. But how you do cultivate those elusive personal qualities like resilience, courage, empathy, decisiveness, emotional regulation, and the ability to resolve conflict? The answer: through experiential methods that include and involve the body.

Our brains developed to be our social and emotional sense organ, and our brains extend throughout our entire body. Thus, our emotional responses to life, leadership, and social challenges all involve the body. Helping your clients develop the social and emotional intelligence they need to live and lead effectively requires a physical, embodied approach.

Take practical steps toward better living, stronger leadership, and more powerful coaching by learning how to turn new mind-body research into applied practice.

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Amanda Blake
Embodying Social + Emotional Intelligence – The Neurobiology of Experiential Coaching

Thursday, April 11th 17:00 EDT

It’s been been well established that social and emotional intelligence are vital to success and satisfaction in life. But how you do cultivate those elusive personal qualities like resilience, courage, empathy, decisiveness, emotional regulation, and the ability to resolve conflict? The answer: through experiential methods that include and involve the body.

Our brains developed to be our social and emotional sense organ, and our brains extend throughout our entire body. Thus, our emotional responses to life, leadership, and social challenges all involve the body. Helping your clients develop the social and emotional intelligence they need to live and lead effectively requires a physical, embodied approach.

Take practical steps toward better living, stronger leadership, and more powerful coaching by learning how to turn new mind-body research into applied practice.

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Week 34 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

April 18th

Ron Carucci
Preparing Leaders for Senior Roles of Broader Influence

Thursday, April 18th 9:00 EDT

It’s been known for decades that failure rates among transitioning executives are too high, leaving exorbitant costs, damaged organizations and careers behind. But little has changed in the way organizations prepare leaders to assume executive positions. Though between 50-60% of newly appointed executives fail within the first 18 months being assigned, the same approaches to preparing, selecting, and onboarding remains in place. Based on a ten-year award-winning longitudinal study of more than 2700 leaders, this session will help those coaching rising leaders on how to avoid the most common pitfalls that derail promising talent, and how to cultivate the four dimensions of leadership that consistently set apart the other 50% of those who succeeded and thrived once appointed to bigger roles.

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Ron Carucci
Preparing Leaders for Senior Roles of Broader Influence

Thursday, April 18th 17:00 EDT

It’s been known for decades that failure rates among transitioning executives are too high, leaving exorbitant costs, damaged organizations and careers behind. But little has changed in the way organizations prepare leaders to assume executive positions. Though between 50-60% of newly appointed executives fail within the first 18 months being assigned, the same approaches to preparing, selecting, and onboarding remains in place. Based on a ten-year award-winning longitudinal study of more than 2700 leaders, this session will help those coaching rising leaders on how to avoid the most common pitfalls that derail promising talent, and how to cultivate the four dimensions of leadership that consistently set apart the other 50% of those who succeeded and thrived once appointed to bigger roles.

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Week 35 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

April 24th

Chip McFarlane
LIVE Coaching Demo with Chip McFarlane

Wednesday, April 24th 18:00 EDT

Ian McDermott
Journey to Coaching Mastery: The Importance of Developing an Innovative Mindset

Thursday, April 25th 9:00 EDT

Journey to Coaching Mastery: The Importance of Developing an Innovative Mindset

Mastery in coaching – or anything else – is not about perfection. It’s much more to do with being clear about where you’re going and developing the ability to make easy, elegant and successful in-course correction whenever the need arises. To do this you need to be able to innovate. This is why innovation and mastery go hand in hand.

Ever made a successful change in your life? The answer is going to be yes – unless you’re still the same as you were twenty years ago. But do you think of yourself as an innovator? Most people don’t and most coaches don’t think of themselves like this either.

Owning your innovative potential is crucial if you’re going to deliver all that you could. Understanding what triggers an innovative mindset and how to strengthen it will enable you to add enormous value.

When we’re developing a new way of doing anything we often need to go through a number of iterations to get it right. So do you and your clients have the flexibility and the stamina to do this?

If you commit to remaining innovative in your own coaching practice you’ll be making the journey toward greater coaching mastery. Why? Because you’ll necessarily be going beyond your previous limits and, in stretching yourself, learning how to expand your repertoire and deliver greater value to your clients.

However, such innovation involves trial and error learning. That’s trial and ERROR learning. So how are you – and your clients – with making mistakes? No mistakes, no mastery!

In this webinar I want to share with some of the ways you can foster an innovative mindset in yourself and your clients be they individuals, teams or organizations.

Key Learning Takeaways

1.Learn how to develop an innovative mindset in yourself and with your clients.

2. Learn how to remove the tyranny of perfectionism and overcome performance anxiety so you and they have the freedom to experiment.

3. Develop the stamina and flexibility to stay the course as you instigate innovative change.

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Ian McDermott
Journey to Coaching Mastery: The Importance of Developing an Innovative Mindset

Thursday, April 25th 17:00 EDT

Mastery in coaching – or anything else – is not about perfection. It’s much more to do with being clear about where you’re going and developing the ability to make easy, elegant and successful in-course correction whenever the need arises. To do this you need to be able to innovate. This is why innovation and mastery go hand in hand.

Ever made a successful change in your life? The answer is going to be yes – unless you’re still the same as you were twenty years ago. But do you think of yourself as an innovator? Most people don’t and most coaches don’t think of themselves like this either.

Owning your innovative potential is crucial if you’re going to deliver all that you could. Understanding what triggers an innovative mindset and how to strengthen it will enable you to add enormous value.

When we’re developing a new way of doing anything we often need to go through a number of iterations to get it right. So do you and your clients have the flexibility and the stamina to do this?

If you commit to remaining innovative in your own coaching practice you’ll be making the journey toward greater coaching mastery. Why? Because you’ll necessarily be going beyond your previous limits and, in stretching yourself, learning how to expand your repertoire and deliver greater value to your clients.

However, such innovation involves trial and error learning. That’s trial and ERROR learning. So how are you – and your clients – with making mistakes? No mistakes, no mastery!

In this webinar I want to share with some of the ways you can foster an innovative mindset in yourself and your clients be they individuals, teams or organizations.

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Week 36 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

May 2nd

Carlos Davidovich
The Process of Coaching in the Brain. What are the foundations of its effectiveness.

Thursday, May 2nd 9:00 EDT

Why Coaching became so ingrained in companies? Finally now we understand how coaching works in our different brains.

We will discuss the impact of those most important qualities of coaching: Building Trust, Questioning, Listening, Reframing and Facilitating Changes.

Through explaining the foundations of coaching and how influence our mind to create a coaching process of development towards results in organizations is one of the key purpose of this webinar.

We will discuss:

What building trust really means and why.
The different pathways of questioning in our brain.
Why listening is more complex that we think.
The importance of reframing to boost coaching results.
The new change equation; five steps to make change permanent.

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Carlos Davidovich
The Process of Coaching in the Brain. What are the foundations of its effectiveness.

Thursday, May 2nd 17:00 EDT

Why Coaching became so ingrained in companies? Finally now we understand how coaching works in our different brains.

We will discuss the impact of those most important qualities of coaching: Building Trust, Questioning, Listening, Reframing and Facilitating Changes.

Through explaining the foundations of coaching and how influence our mind to create a coaching process of development towards results in organizations is one of the key purpose of this webinar.

We will discuss:

What building trust really means and why.
The different pathways of questioning in our brain.
Why listening is more complex that we think.
The importance of reframing to boost coaching results.
The new change equation; five steps to make change permanent.

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Week 37 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

May 9th

Alisa Cohn
Coaching at Start Ups – Here’s How it’s Different form the Corporate World

Thursday, May 9th 9:00 EDT

Start ups and other high growth companies are fascinating places to work. Since they move fast and are so small you can often see the results of your coaching immediately. Since they are so intense you can often have deeper relationships than in larger companies. At the same time, these environments can be at times loose, informal, and tough to navigate for the coach. And coaches need to adjust their style to meet the needs of a young, new leader and executive team. This session will showcase the differences between start ups and large corporations and give ideas about how to adjust.

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Julio Olalla
Coaching: A New Learning for New Times – Part 2

Thursday, May 9th 17:00 EDT

Every new practice is created when the old practices in that domain cannot address emerging breakdowns or concerns. What breakdowns or concerns was coaching born to address?

We must integrate the inner aspect of human experience in our learning practices. Materialism and reductionism are leaving out the “human soul.” Learning is more than gathering information or becoming simply effective. How did we arrive here? And where can we go from here?

“The crisis created by our current level of thinking cannot be resolved with the same level of thinking.” – Albert Einstein.

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Week 38 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

May 15th

Alisa Cohn
LIVE Coaching Demo with Alisa Cohn

Wednesday, May 15th 18:00 EDT

Peter Hawkins
Systemic Coaching – Delivering Value Beyond the Individual Client

Thursday, May 16th 9:00 EDT

A young black manager in south Africa described executive coaching as “ Very expensive personal development for the highly privileged.” This talk will show how Systemic Coaching is focused on the coach and coachee working together to deliver value not only to themselves but all the stakeholders that the coachee’s work serves. It will explore how to engage, contract and coach to maximise the benefit for the coachee, the people they lead, their team, their colleagues, the wider organisation and the organisation’s stakeholders.

 

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Peter Hawkins
Systemic Coaching – Delivering Value Beyond the Individual Client

Thursday, May 16th 17:00 EDT

A young black manager in south Africa described executive coaching as “ Very expensive personal development for the highly privileged.” This talk will show how Systemic Coaching is focused on the coach and coachee working together to deliver value not only to themselves but all the stakeholders that the coachee’s work serves. It will explore how to engage, contract and coach to maximise the benefit for the coachee, the people they lead, their team, their colleagues, the wider organisation and the organisation’s stakeholders.

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Week 39 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

May 23rd

Barry Conchie
Improving Approaches to Executive Hiring

Thursday, May 23rd 9:00 EDT

This session will focus almost entirely on improving approaches to executive hiring. We will explore two key elements.

First, we will introduce principles that will enable participants to develop and use more effective questioning during candidate interviews. We will cover basic psychometrics and help participants build approaches to candidate interviewing that will enable them to make effective decisions between candidates. This will go beyond standard job definitions and requirements to understanding how to identify and build rudimentary indicators of the talents critical to success in roles.

Second, we will provide an overview of what our research into effective C-suite leadership tells us about the characteristics of the very best leaders, how we measure this and how this drives performance. We will share some of our most significant findings from our global database of 57,000 global executives and also describe how effective leadership is dependent on a team comprised of individuals with significantly different thinking styles.

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Rory Vaden
How to Multiply Time – What if You Could Literally Make More Time?

Thursday, May 23rd 17:00 EDT

It is actually possible once you understand the significance calculation and the new paradigm of ultra performers. Based on Rory Vaden’s Ted talk with 1 million views, he will show you exactly how the leading minds in the world have figured out ways to create more time meanwhile everyone else is living in a constant state of urgency, busyness, and stress. If time is something you or your team need more, you desperately need to hear this message!

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