Awareness IQ Webinar Series
What does a leader need today to be influential?
What awareness skills do you need in your coaching and leadership toolkit?
Today's business environment continues to make demands for those of us who are executive coaches.
New skills are required to help leaders thrive in this new world and to support them in being adaptive and resilient in their decision making.
How to create the conditions of engagement which support influence and learning.
To recognize and use one's awareness and harness respect that lead to transformational conversations.
To recognize how future trends are already affecting one's business choices and to be able to answer the demand for creativity and innovation.
Hear about the topics we will cover
ICF CCEUs provided: 1 per session
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Marcia Reynolds: Coaching Through the Discomfort Zone: How to Have the Guts to Create Breakthrough Moments
February 14, 2018, 1-2:15pm EST
This session will give coaches a concrete way to spark amazing change. You will learn how coaching works in the brain, how to access various parts of your nervous system to formulate statements and questions, and how to use the discomfort zone to create more opportunities for profound new awareness.
Karen Cappello: Creating Trust and Intimacy with Your Clients
Clients need to trust their coach and to feel the coach has their best interests at heart. They also need to learn how to trust in themselves and in their own capabilities. Karen will show you ways to bring more trust and intimacy into your coaching sessions. You'll take away specific ideas for deepening the trust that your clients have in you and in themselves.
Dorothy E. Siminovitch: The Awareness IQ Model of Coaching
April 4, 2018, 1-2:15pm EST
Awareness, the key component and resource of a compelling presence, is needed in coaching and leadership but can be a challenge to capture in the moment. The Awareness IQ model of coaching identifies 7 domains of awareness: somatic embodiment, creativity, emotional range, connection with self and others, communications, intuition, and scanning for threats and opportunities.
Jonno Hanafin: Using Self in Coaching: The Coach as Instrument
May 1, 2018, 1-2:15pm EST
Coaching from a Gestalt perspective is a full contact activity. It is not for the faint of heart. Full engagement and directed presence—purposeful use of self—in the coaching relationship, combined with the Gestalt principle of client control, generates boundary dilemmas that have to be managed. For example, how do you use yourself as a shared reference point for the client, without making it all about you? How do you operate in and use a network to support the coaching work while maintaining boundary integrity?
Ann Van Eron: OASIS Conversations: Putting Emotional Intelligence into Practice
May 23, 2018, 1–2:15pm EST
Communicating with others can be frustrating, drain your energy, and feel nearly impossible to you and your clients. What if you could turn the desert of miscommunication that exists into an oasis where you have refreshing conversations that lead to empathy, insight, and mutually beneficial agreements?
Dost Can Deniz: Contextual Awareness for Greater Adaptability
June 6, 2018, 1–2:15pm EST
Most leadership errors are errors of diagnosis. Building contextual awareness is critical for navigating the complex economical, political, and operational environments that leaders operate in. The most important support coaches and consultants provide leaders is to develop their capacity to be aware of, present to, and equipped to respond creatively and effectively to their environments.
Gila Ancel Șeritçioğlu: Coming Back to Center: Creating Value and Impact through a Centered Presence
July 18, 2018 1–2:15pm EST
In a world of volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, it is crucial for coaches and leaders to use themselves from an aware and centered presence to create value and impact. Centering is a pathway to connect us to our full potential and resources. Centering expands our capacity to move through life from a place of awareness, intentionality, and balance.