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This one-day workshop looks at coaching’s place and impact in the 21st century world of work.  Within this context it considers: individual and organisational goals, challenges and constraints; latest findings from neuroscience and psychology; and, how coaching efficacy can be maintained and enhanced.

The workshop is a blend of input, group discussion, exercises and personal reflection that draw out practical learning and clear action points.  It is supported by recommended pre-work and additional reference material for follow-up use.

Course Tutors

Mr Nick Dowling

Nick Dowling is a founder and Director of Think Change Consulting which is at the forefront of using neuroscience to help people to flourish and organisations to succeed.  Nick has extensive consulting and coaching experience across roles, sectors and countries.   As a consultant and coach he combines an ability to build rapport, with insight and a strong background in organisational and personal change

Who is it for

This workshop will be of interest to: anyone with an interest in supporting personal change and development; active coaches who are looking to further develop their practice; those who commission or sponsor coaching. Please note that this course is not suitable for those without any prior knowledge of coaching.

Benefits

By attending this programme participants will:

  • Understand where coaching fits in the development landscape and define what an effective coaching process entails
  • Explore the latest psychology and neuroscience and how this can be used to enhance coaching
  • Take away a range of practical tools and techniques to use in their coaching practice.

Programme

The programme includes:

  • Coaching context and process
  • Psychology – what is new, what is useful?
  • Neuroscience – a brief history, future trends, the most relevant findings
  • Bringing it all together – how process, psychology and neuroscience can enhance coaching efficacy and success
  • Reflection and action planning.

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