A baseline for success in any field is adequate knowledge and skills. But it is “who” the person is – their character - that helps them move beyond that baseline to become good or great.
Skills and knowledge can be taught. Character requires something different. In this conversation we will explore a number of questions including.
Can character be developed?
If so, what do we need to pay attention to?
How do we listen for expressions of character?
What options do we have when we want to address issues of character with a client?
How does attention to character affect the way we work with clients?
Meet our presenters:
Lou Raye Nichol, PCC: After a long and satisfying career in training, OD, and coaching, Lou Raye retired in 2013 and returned to her first love - pottery. She continues to coach returning clients and non-profit leaders, supervises practicing coaches, and mentors coaches seeking ICF Associate and Professional certifications. She is an ICF Professional Certified Coach.
Richard Kurth: Richard is a way of life coach who wants to help clients make sure that their changing life situations do not become stuck as chronic life problems. He emphasizes situational leadership (discernment/appropriate action), and implicit creative capacity
CCEUs- 1 Core Competencies and .5 Resource Development Credit
This event is free and open to Members and Affiliates. Registration is required to enable us to send you the private Zoom link.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
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