“Start the new year with you: Investing in reflective practice”
As coaches, we invest deeply in our clients’ development. The use of self as an instrument is a key ingredient in the dance of a thoughtful and creative partnership.
This workshop is for you, the coach, to create a space for restoration using reflective practice.
We will talk about how a systems framework can help us develop a safe space for fresh perspectives and increased awareness of the richness we bring to our coaching practice. We will practice together and leave with suggestions and tools for ongoing investment in ourselves.
• Self as instrument
• Learning about reflective practice
• Review of systems thinking applied to coach learning and development
• Core learning and coach development models
• Using self as instrument
• Developing openness to feedback
• Using reflective practice techniques and frameworks, including coaching supervision
• Giving and receiving feedback on new perspectives
• Ethics of self-care
1. Upon completion, participant will be able to describe and list the benefits of reflective practice as it contributes to ethical and competent coaching.
2. Upon completion, participant will be able to explain how a systems lens helps to support coach learning and development.
3. Upon completion, participant will have practiced using reflective practice techniques and created a plan for ongoing development through enriched reflective practice.
Guest Speaker SUSAN DOUGLAS
teaches leadership, teaming, and organizational performance evaluation classes in the department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations at Vanderbilt University. She also serves as faculty for the College of Executive Coaching and the Global Team Coaching Institute. Susan is certified with ICF, NBHWC, and EMCC Global.
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