305 Making Conflict An Asset in Coaching (June 2015-TURBO)
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
This course is offered in TURBO format, which means it will meet on 4 consecutive weekdays during the week of June 9, 2015.
Every relationship has some amount of conflict...it's going to happen. The most effective relationships transform conflict-related energy into something that serves the relationship in a positive way. How can coaches do that?
305 Making Conflict an Asset in Coaching explores how a coach can leverage the conflicts--small and large--that fill every day life so that clients learn about themselves and accomplish their goals.
In class 305, you'll learn about your own conflict preferences and how those preferences can make you a more effective coach. The class will also explore coach-client conflict styles, explore how coaches can maximize similar conflict styles and discover strategies for coaching success when conflict styles are different.
- 4 coach-specific training hours
- This course covers the following ICF Core Coaching Competencies:
- #3 Establishing Trust & Intimacy
- #4 Coaching Presence
- #6 Powerful Questioning
- #11 Managing Progress & Accountability
- Can be used as an option in cnStandard or cnPlus.
- 2pm-3pm Eastern Time on June 9, 10, 11, 12, 2015
- Training Language: English
Instructor: Jonathan Reitz, PCC
Contact Name: Judy Pence
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: 888-728-4329
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