Workshop: Managing Transitions in the Coaching Conversation

  • Thursday, April 18, 2019
  • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • The Frontier CLASSROOM, 800 Park Offices Dr., Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
  • 9

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  • ATD-RTA & TODN Members

Snacks Provided
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CCEUs Approved: 1.5 Core Competencies

WORKSHOP: 
Managing Transitions in the Coaching Conversation

Thursday, April 18, 2019
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

We go through a number of transitions during the course of a coaching conversation; how we manage these transitions can have a powerful effect on outcomes for the client.

Our goal for this workshop is to identify points where transitions occur in coaching and explore the most effective ways they can be handled. We will examine the ICF Core Competencies and how they can: (1) inform transitions that are an integral part of the coaching process, and (2) provide a context for recognizing transitions that arise spontaneously in the course of the conversation.  We will identify at least four transitions; explore how to recognize them, and discover how we can use the competencies to manage them.  

Participants will come away with an enhanced understanding of:

  • The different functional properties of ICF Core Competencies.
  • How the five process competencies can inform awareness of transitions inherent in the structure of coaching conversations.
  • The subtler transitions - times when we are not sure where to go next with the client.
  • How to manage these transitions so the client keeps moving forward towards meaningful outcomes.

In addition, we will draw on the wisdom of the group to enrich and expand our understanding of these transitions and their management.

About the Facilitator

Lou Raye Nichol, PCC, co-founded and directed the Business Coach Institute and the NC State University Business Coaching Certificate Program. She and her husband, Brian Nichol, authored THE ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS COACHING, which serves as the textbook for the NCSU program. She retired from teaching and full-time coaching in 2013, but still works with returning clients and non-profit leaders. She mentors students on the NCSU program and coaches seeking ACC and PCC certifications. In retirement she has returned to her first career as a pottery artist. She is a past president and treasurer of the ICF-RAC.

Location Map

Free parking available at The Frontier.

LOCATION:
The Frontier CLASSROOM
800 Park Offices Drive
Research Triangle Park, NC  27709

REGISTRATION FEES:

1. Members – $25.00
2. Affiliates – $35.00
3. Partners (ATD-RTA & TODN) – $40.00
4. Guests – $45.00
5. Board Members – $20.00

Please contact us if you are interested in facilitating a program or have questions about events.

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