Mastering Coaching Flow

  • 11/13/2015
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • The Westwood Club, 6200 West Club Lane, Richmond, VA 23226

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Presenter: Kathy Harman, MCC, CCM, CSM 

Masterful coaching is mostly about flow.  When the coach is willing to give up the need to ‘be a good coach’ and surrenders to the flow of the coaching meeting, coaching is effortless and the client is more likely to gain sustainable results.  In this interactive program, we will explore a few of the elements that masterful coaches embody when they coach, including curiosity, connection, and silence.  We’ll discuss how coaches transform their coaching from entry level through master level, and how to let go of what limits your own coaching.   Participants will have a chance to practice what they learn so they too can apply these masterful coaching approaches. 

Learning Objectives:

1)    Be aware of their own state of being in the coaching meeting

2)    Increase their sense of connectedness to the client, themselves, and the coaching process

3)    Experiment with their state of curiosity in the coaching meeting

4)    Better understand and sample the power of silence in coaching

Coaching Competencies:

•      Establishing the Coaching Agreement

•      Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client

•      Coaching Presence

•      Active Listening

•      Powerful Questioning

•      Direct Communication

•      Creating Awareness

•      Designing Actions

•      Planning and Goal Setting

•      Managing Progress and Accountability

About the presenter:

Kathy Harman, MCC CCM, CSM, is a geek-turned-coach who loves coaching teams to extraordinary success.  Kathy blended her leadership coach training with her career experience and success as a team lead to develop the PRISM Team Coaching Approach.  She is the author of PRISM Teams:  Coaching Prolific, Radically Innovative Self-Managed Teams, and The ABCs of Living Well.  Being devoted to the profession of coaching, Kathy supports the coaching community, serving as 2013-2014 President of the Virginia chapter of ICF and 2015 board member of ACTO (Association of Coach Training Organizations). She trains coaches to receive a coaching certification as part of the ICF ACTP Success Unlimited Network©.  Kathy is also a Certified Coach Mentor, supporting coaches who are working towards their next ICF Credential.



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