CCEUs Approved: 1.5 Core Competencies
Raleigh CEC: Acknowledgment vs. Encouragement -
When to Use Them
Thursday, April 4, 2019
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
How and when you use acknowledgment and encouragement can have an important impact on coaching your organizational and private clients. So, whether you are in a rah-rah session to recognize and uplift your clients or in a tough conversation to highlight the blind spots—what gets talked about and how it gets talked about can determine the success of the outcome.
One can similarly express acknowledgment and encouragement, however, they are different. Most likely this can be in a strategically significant way. Encouragement is primarily focused on future whereas acknowledgment is mostly past-oriented.
In this Cutting Edge Conversation, we will explore:
- How does earning acknowledgment and encouragement make big differences behaviorally, motivationally, sociologically, economically and morally?
- What impacts do both earned and non-earned acknowledgment have?
- What impacts do both earned and non-earned encouragement have?
About the Facilitator
Divya Parekh is an executive leadership coach, global speaker, and #1 international bestselling author who supports leaders, coaches, and entrepreneurs succeed with a philosophy centered on building and maintaining resonant professional relationships. She is the author of multiple titles, including Leadership and Influence, Stress Management, Critical Thinking, Mindfulness Mastery, and many more.
Divya combines her over 20 years of experience in academia, the biopharmaceutical industry, coaching and book writing with a mindset focused on mindfulness. In her past career, she worked diligently to lead several multi-million-dollar projects while competing in a high-demand and fast-paced environment, which gave her the experience and ability to help others achieve higher levels of success within their organizations. When she is not working with professionals, leaders, and coaches, she leads teleclasses in the Advanced Core Curriculum including Mentor Coaching designed to bring out the best in ICA students as they develop and grow into ICF credentialed coaches. She also facilitates leadership workshops for professionals at NC State TTS.
Free Parking Available
Cameron Village Regional Library
Room 202A1930 Clark Ave, Raleigh, NC 27605
Free for All
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