02 Aug 22
- 04 Aug 22
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08:00
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English
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Webinar
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450 USD

Leveraging Polarity Management in Leadership Development and Executive Coaching

Working with Executives who are pulled in many directions requires a high level of adeptness in direct questioning, bottom lining and narrowing in on possible areas of awareness.

The Polarity Management tools developed by Barry Johnson, PhD and Polarity Partners, LLC are great tools to use to create awareness with your clients about where they are on a personal scale of a wide variety of and/or situations. Setting goals around where they lie in the various demand poles they face can help them achieve balance faster and more effectively.

Increase your core area of knowledge around these useful tools with this advanced continuing coach education course from The Elevar Group.

This course puts resource materials from the textbook Polarity Management – Identifying and Managing Unsolvable Problems by Barry Johnson, PhD (used with permission from Barry Johnson and Polarity Partners, LLC), and other trusted sources, into a practical coaching context.

Class discussions, exercises, and homework focus on learning to use key skills with flexibility and proper knowledge of appropriateness for a given context.

Recognizing and bringing awareness to various polarities clients face is essential in mastering the ICF core competencies of:

• Demonstrates Ethical Practice

• Embodies a Coaching Mindset

• Establishes and Maintains Agreements

• Cultivates Trust and Safety

• Maintains Presence

• Listens Actively

• Evokes Awareness

• Facilitates Client Growth

Each class module builds upon the previous one, and requires each participant to select a case study or two for discussion throughout the course. Each participant will have opportunities to coach and be coached throughout the program.

Number of Coach Specific Education Hours:
ICF accreditation type : CCE
HOURS by type:   
CC : 6    RD :
Number of events : 103
Number of languages : 4