Improvisation for Coaches
Presenter Carrie Spaulding, PCC
When: January 19, 6:30pm-9:00pm
Art Works, 320 Hull Street, Richmond, VA 23224 (Reserved parking included in ticket price)
CCEs – 2.5 Core Competencies
Like all humans, we coaches are creatures of habit, subject to our own filters, learning, egos, and blind spots. How can coaching professionals—from the newest to the most seasoned—step out of our default patterns and comfort zones to truly dance in the moment? In this highly experiential workshop, coaches will learn the basic rules and skills of improvisation, developing core competencies in an entirely new way. By letting go of control and engaging in true collaboration, coaches will experience greater freedom, creativity, listening, presence, power, and willingness to take risks and go deeper into the unknown. Coaches will walk away with enhanced skills, a greater awareness of their personal blind spots and growth opportunities, and a toolkit of exercises to use for their own continued development and with clients.
Click on the video link to get a glimpse of how improvisation ties into coaching. Carrie Spaulding Improv and Coaching
This course will address the following ICF Core Competencies:
· Coaching Presence
· Active Listening
At the end of the presentation, participants will:
• Increase Coaching Presence and Active Listening competencies and confidence
• Discover personal “blind spots” or growth opportunities within those competencies
• Practice with and retain a toolkit that can be used for continued development and for direct use with clients
*If you bring a guest to the event, you can put your name in the hat to receive a door prize!
Carrie Spaulding, PCC
Known as The Thirty Something Coach, Carrie Spaulding is a Professional Certified Coach credentialed by the International Coach Federation and a professional improviser with 17 years of experience performing, teaching, and directing improvisation professionally. With her dynamic, engaging spirit, Carrie facilitates powerful group trainings and events. Workshops come alive as Carrie, a former educator, helps organizations, teams, and individuals achieve their professional and personal goals with her creative, experiential, and outside-the-box approach. Carrie leads seminars with warmth, passion, and humor, and leaves participants armed with improved skills, new tools and strategies, and a feeling that professional development was never this much fun! In her private coaching, Carrie specializes in helping thirtysomethings break through Thirtysomething Panic and create the careers, relationships, and lives they want. Carrie brings a host of tools and a breadth and depth of experience to her practice, and continually draws from her improvisation, performance, and education backgrounds to enhance her coaching presence and impact.
Learn more at www.carriespaulding.com.