Genco Consciousness and Coaching School Presents
Virtual Coaching Case Study Conference: One Method Doesn’t Fit All
Date: September 5, 2019
Time: 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm EST
Join your fellow coaches for a rich workshop as they present their coaching case studies. These Case Studies have focus on a coaching client over a period, with certain themes such as boundary setting, etc. using different coaching strategies, methods and techniques. Group interaction and discussion will be facilitated by Tijen to deepen the learning. Participants would have opportunity to ask questions to the presenters, as well as to Tijen as the mentor.
Zoom information would be sent to the registrants closer to the event date.
Coaching Case Study Conference
Weekly Mentor Coaching Sessions – August is full – Inquire for the next series by filling the below form.
Dates: Thursdays, TBD
Time: 1:30 PM EST – 3:00 PM EST
Package of five 90 minutes Mentor Coaching Sessions: These sessions are designed to enhance coaching skills of the participants, from both the art and science of coaching perspectives. Participants will practice coaching under Tijen’s mentoring. Large portion of the sessions would be dedicated to practice and during the practice, Tijen will point out the techniques that might be helpful during the coaching inquiry. Sessions would also include ICHWC and/or ICF Competencies covered during the practice.
There is a Virtual Classroom environment and optional, special homework assignments are also part of this learning package that is very supportive of coach development.
This class is limited to 15 participants. First come, first serve. It often fills out quickly and will be closed for registration once we reach to this capacity. There is a possibility that there won’t be any weekly sessions in September and October.
Mentor Coaching Sessions – 5 Pack
Offering Feedback: How to Give Nurturing, Developmental & Supportive Feedback
Date: September 25, 2019, 8AM PDT/11AM EDT
Host: ACTO – Association of Coach Training Organizations
Feedback is an essential tool for creating further awareness for individual, community, and organizational effectiveness and learning. It is also one of the significant tools of a skillful coach. Ongoing feedback in coaching is used to reinforce a client’s desired behaviors and new skills, to motivate the client to pursue higher levels of performance, as well as to highlight the discrepancies between the current state and desired state. In this session, we will be discussing common feedback mechanisms and how to offer effective developmental feedback to create awareness.
Whether you are interested in developing your feedback skills as a coach or as a mentor coach, this session might be supportive of your learning on how to effectively use feedback to create self-awareness towards intrinsic motivation and change.