Cutting Edge Conversation:Listening Skills for Coaching and Beyond!

  • Thursday, April 23, 2015
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • K&W Cafeteria - Cameron Village
  • 6


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April 23, 2015
4:30 - 6:00 PM

LOCATION: K&W Cafeteria, Cameron Village Shopping Center, 511 Woodburn Rd, Raleigh, NC 27605 - in the back section

Cutting Edge Conversation: Listening Skills for Coaching and Beyond!

The skill of listening is essential to successful coaching and to all helping professions.  Come and participate in a discussion of what promotes active, successful, and comprehensive listening in a helping situation.  Listening is a skill which can be built upon on a continual basis.  Listening skills are critical for allowing clients to be heard and understood as they express their individual situations. Listening never becomes irrelevant!  

Lois Cavanagh-Daley is an ordained interfaith minister who is studying to become a certified chaplain.  Chaplaincy is focused on pastoral care which is the ministry of presence and active listening.  Lois is a teacher by training, and she has had experience teaching children, youth, and adults in traditional and non-traditional settings.  Lois has been an advocate for individuals with mental illness for many years and she has 10 plus years’ experience in psychiatric rehabilitation working for non-profit organizations. 


Core Competencies


Resource Development


Please contact Deb Oronzio at or 919.280.5228 if you want to facilitate a CEC event and/or have an idea for topic discussion.  This includes live programs and webinars.  We can serve you best when we know your needs!

Attendance limited to 20.

Cutting Edge conversations are free for members, $10 for non-members. Not a member? Join Us and then register.



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