In this session John Monks, a certified executive leadership coach, will walk participants through general theory and philosophy of 'coaching' as a tool for professional and personal development. Additionally he will share some frameworks and strategies for getting started in your personal innovation journey that also includes how to support others you work with.
Coaching is a technique that's becoming more and more widespread, and in almost every walk of life. You can now find coaching for executives, athletes, scientists, entrepreneurs, even coaches themselves. This session will explore what coaching is and what it can be for you; as an individual and as a participant. It will provide tools for you to use immediately enable you to create your own coaching model.
Coaching has been described as ‘the art of facilitating the development, learning and performance of another’. It is a means of enabling individuals or teams to develop their own capabilities – and in doing so to maximize their potential. It draws from a range of disciplines, including education science, business science, philosophy, sports psychology, positive psychology and neuroscience.
This all makes it sound complicated or like a black art. Fear not! Some of the best coaches in the world have never been trained formally; they simply draw on the innate human qualities of empathy and intuition. With a few very simple techniques the practice of coaching can become second nature.
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