Granular Coaching: What do I do next?
In this workshop we will examine at their deepest level the second-to-second movements of mind, body, and spirit that shape and define the discipline of coaching. We will explore this question: what happens when we coach?
We will do so by practicing and observing and by articulating what we see, hear, and feel. We will seek to find answers to these questions:
• What do I do now?
• What do I do next?
• How do I choose?
• What do I choose?
• How can I listen and choose at the same time?
• What can I learn from my peers?
• What can I learn about my own practice?
• How can I name the things that I do?
• What are my moves?
Your workshop leaders hope that our work together will guide us toward discoveries about our coaching style and about how we can improve our practice. CEUs Approved: 1.5 Core Competencies
About our presenters:
Stephen Bowers served as Head of School in permanent and interim positions from 1987 until 2010. Schools served include academically challenging elementary and secondary institutions, both secular and religiously-affiliated. In his interim positions, he brought growth and stability to schools which had experienced challenges and tumult. In each position, he was responsible for placing graduates at the next level of schooling and has much experience and many contacts in the independent school world.
From 1999-2005 he served as Founding Head of The Alexander Dawson School in Las Vegas, Nevada, building it from its opening in 2000 to a highly successful school of 500 students, Early Childhood through Eighth Grade, in five years. His most recent appointment was as Head of St. James' Episcopal School, an academically challenging and highly diverse urban school in the Koreatown section of Los Angeles, California, where he served for five years. Before his career as a teacher and administrator, he served as an intelligence specialist in Viet Nam, earning the Bronze Star.
Most recently, he has begun a second career as an executive and personal coach. He earned a certificate in evidence-based coaching from the Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California. He also received recognition as an Associate Certified Coach from the International Coach Foundation.
Tracy Jenkins, Ph.D (assistant)
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