Class Format: One 90-Minute Virtual Video Session via Zoom Webinar Platform
Virtual Video Location/Dates:
Option 1 - Thursday, October 10th, from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EST
Option 2 - Thursday, October 24th, from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm EST
Note: All fees are non-refundable.
Our coaching choices are filtered through our internal narratives. Our narratives reflect and reveal our identity, perspectives, biases and what we believe is “right.” And sometimes, our narratives influence our coaching in ways that prevent us from being present to deep desires of the coachee.
When we are unaware of our narratives, they become our coaching blindspots.
They shape us and our coaching in ways we don’t know, can’t see and may not support our coachees. By becoming aware of our narratives, we can ensure that our narratives don’t get in the way of our coaching.
So how might we identify our coaching blindspots? Role-play! We've discovered role-play is a powerful tool in teasing out our biases and we've created a course around role-play exploration.
In this interactive and engaging course you'll leave with an understanding of:
- Predictable ways your blindspots show up in your coaching
- What the most common coaching blindspot patterns are
- Tools to authentically see yourself in your coaching
- Strategies for catching yourself in a blindspot and trying on new behaviors
Join us for this illuminating course to explore your blindspots and see new possibilities in yourself and in your coaching.
This course will allow you to serve your coachees in a whole new way!
Learning In Action offers coaches, individuals, teams, and organizations effective tools and methods for enhancing Emotional Intelligence in relationship, real-time. We primarily serve leadership development consultants, executive and life coaches, trainers, educators, and leaders who understand a key role they play is in developing individuals and teams to be their best.
Our assessment tools, publications, and consulting / training programs are used throughout the world by practitioners in their coaching, consulting, and team development work, plus in leadership development programs and graduate education in leadership and management