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Tools, Mindsets and Practices for Expanding the Coaching Conversation, Remotely!

With barriers and relationships spanning geographic distance, culture and timezones, coaching across distance with individuals, teams and groups is becoming the norm. Work in the remote space has grown 159% since 2005. This presentation is connected to innovation and inclusion given the global focus in our work. A focus on some of the technology and tools we can use to create engaging, inclusive coaching conversations is at the heart of this practitioner focused session. An outline is listed below on what is proposed, balancing a focus on core coaching competencies, tools and a focus on what's different when you go remote (tie into intercultural frameworks)

In this session led by author and coach Jennifer Britton we will explore:
1. Core skills, mindsets and practices for coaches expanding the coaching conversation across distance;
2. 3 tools to make your virtual session focused on your clients
3. Tools you can use to create connection and build trust in a remote coaching conversation whether you are coaching an individual, group or team (specific examples will also be given for how to adjust along these three lines);
4. The PEBBBLLES ETC model to design for virtual conversations

Participants will earn .75 Core Competency and .25 Resource Development CCEs for attending this webinar.

Author of Effective Virtual Conversations and four other books, Jennifer Britton founded Potentials Realized, an award-winning performance improvement company in 2004. Offering coaching, training and consulting services, the focus is on teamwork, leadership, performance, with an emphasis on the virtual and remote space. She is the co-host of the Remote Pathways podcast. Jennifer’s first book, Effective Group Coaching (Wiley 2010), was the first book to be published on the topic of group coaching globally. Over the last decade she has become well known as one of the thought leaders in the field of expanding the coaching conversation to many with group and team coaching. A former program manager and director with the United Nations and British and Canadian humanitarian sector, Jennifer brings a unique blend of praxis, experiential processes, in her work around leadership, teamwork and virtual conversations. Her work over the last three decades has spanned cultures and locations, in-person and virtual realms. She’s physically worked in 18 countries globally and supported clients in many more. Her coaching and mentoring skills training in the health care and financial services sectors have been recognized with awards for innovation, and the Prism Award of Excellence in Coaching (ICF Toronto), and an Award of Excellence – Curriculum Design (I4PL). In addition to her writing in the areas of group and team coaching, she is also the author of Effective Virtual Conversations (2017), the Coaching Business Builder, and PlanDoTrack (2019).

All virtual events are 12-1 pm Central/ 1-2 pm Eastern.

Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
online via Zoom
Join details will be sent 24 hours prior to the webinar

Additional Info:
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Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee