First, let's define a successful coaching conversation. Or, better yet, let's explain what coaching conversation is not. A coaching conversation is not where you tell your peer, team or employee what to do, but through asking the right questions help them come up with an answer their way at the right time. Not every discussion you have with your team will be a coaching conversation. But, the good news, though, is that with the right tools, structure, practice and feedback, almost anybody can have successful change-based conversations. Join Debra Burlington to learn the structure and strategies for leading impactful coaching conversations.
The session will be a blend of theory and practice, and to enable real-life issues to be explored, please submit your challenges and questions before the session. If you want to conduct impactful coaching conversations that motivate, encourage, and inspire others to act, then is the webinar for you!
Debra has been providing coaching for individuals and organisations for over 20 years. Her approach has been described as fluid and insightful. She has the capacity to hear what has not been said and offer insights that a person has not been able to see for themselves. Debra truly believes in the capacity of the people she coaches to bring awareness to the habits of behaviour that are holding them back and make different choices. Debra is a meta-coach, trained by Michael Hall. She holds a Grad. Dip. in OHS Management, a Grad. Dip. in Business Management and a Degree in Social Work. She is a certified Master NLP Practitioner. She is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Health and Safety and is the Chairperson of the AIHS’s College of Fellows mentoring program.
Auckland - 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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