Coaching CPD Workshops
We are excited to host a series of Coaching Continuing Professional Development (CPD) workshops across a range of topics in 2016/17.
About the workshops
Anyone who is a qualified or studying coach in the NHS or public sector in Yorkshire and the Humber is welcome to attend.
Please note: as demand will be high for these workshops, priority in the waiting list will be given to My E-Coach users who are in active coaching relationships..
Spaces are limited to 20 to ensure a good quality discussion.
Next workshop: 3 March 2017: Coaching Ethics
In this workshop, you and your peers will be guided through an exploration of coaching ethics.
Workshop Facilitators are Carol Pickering and Fiona Simons.
In this workshop, you and your peers will be guided through an exploration of coaching ethics, to support the development of sustainable and strategically aligned coaching capability.. There will be some preparatory reading, self-assessment and reflection on coaching practice needed beforehand, and the workshop itself is experiential involving brief inputs on frameworks and perspectives alongside, peer and group reflection on practice and associated discussion and development planning.
Over the course of the day we will:
• Raise awareness of the importance of ethics and ethical maturity in coaching practice
• Use existing coaching practice and experience to highlight everyday ethical tensions and how these are handled
• Develop ethical frames that enable coaches, to develop ethical awareness, operate within the moment and support our continuing professional development
• Utilise a supervision framework to support ethical awareness and maturity in coaching.
Spaces are limited to 16 to ensure a good quality discussion and we advise that you book your place as soon as possible. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
In this workshop, you and your peers will be guided through an exploration of Team Coaching.
Practicing NHS and Public Sector coaches with active coaching relationships are welcome to join us, with priority given to coaches using our My E-Coach system.
This half day taster session will explore further using Gestalt appreciative approach to coaching, to stretch coaching practice and add to coaches application with clients. Participants can expect practical experiential learning with some theory to underpin practice.
By the end of the session participants will:
Understand Gestalt Methodology and its practical applications to your coaching practice
Explore coaching practice further during group and one to one sessions
Understand the use of self and impact of clients in your coaching practice
This workshop will be facilitated by Steve Keyes, Head of Organisational Development at Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust.
Please arrive for registration and refreshments at 09:00; the session will start at 09:30 and finish at 12:30 with lunch provided.
In this workshop, you and your peers will be guided through an exploration of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Team Coaching skills.
In this workshop, you and your peers will be guided through an exploration of developing a coaching strategy in your organisation.
Coaching effectiveness is enhanced when coaches hold a clear model and approach to coaching (without forcing this on their clients). Whilst coaches may undergo similar training this is assimilated alongside the beliefs, experience and preferences that make us all unique. Consequently no two coaches are the same and we suggest that each coach has their own unique coaching model (whether they know it or not).
Our CPD event seeks to celebrate diversity in coaching and offers a framework for coaches to uncover and develop their coaching identity and approach. We offer three of many distinct coaching approaches to highlight diversity and support reflection and development of coaching practice.
The aim of the event is to consider the question “How do we develop independent thinking to enhance performance?” Participants are introduced to the ten components of a Thinking Environment and consider the value they can bring to a variety of situations. Opportunities will be offered for participants to experience the creation of a quality thinking space with their peers.
Inspired by Nancy Kline, Karen Mason will facilitate an event giving you the opportunity to consider and experience how to create a quality space in which your clients can do their best thinking.
During this experiential CPD event you will:
Consider key attributes for creating a quality Thinking EnvironmentTM, useful when coaching, mentoring, in meetings or in your wider work and life.
Experience quality thinking time to develop thoughts about a topic that is important to you.
Practice your coaching / mentoring and create a quality thinking space for your client.
There will be opportunity for peer coaching / mentoring, to work with live topics and explore how developing a Thinking Environment can make a positive impact in your workplace.
For more information, please contact Anthony Owens.
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