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November 2018
Description Date and Venue

Working with Emotion/ Mindful Coaching

Working with Emotion – fostering Emotional Intelligence, Resilience and Workplace Wellbeing (AM workshop 10.00-12.30)

Objectives;

• To provide a basic understanding of emotion, emotional reactions and interpersonal dynamics at work

• To enable coaching professionals and internal coaches to cultivate Emotional Intelligence both for themselves and their clients, and to support development of resilience and workplace wellbeing

At the end of the session participants will be able to;

• Define emotion, emotional reactions and Emotional Intelligence

• Discuss the impact of emotion in the workplace in respect of productivity, decision-making, team cohesion, employee wellbeing and motivation

• Outline a strategy for addressing emotional literacy and mood in coaching, including when and how to refer a coachee for alternative support

• Devise a plan to apply Emotional Intelligence to their personal and professional development

Mindful Coaching - Creating Thriving Organisations and Transformational Results (PM workshop 13.30-16.00)

Contrary to action- and future- orientated approaches, mindful coaching concentrates on being and exploring the potential of the present moment. It fosters confidence in ‘not knowing’ and creative thinking. It builds on appreciative inquiry, Gestalt and phenomenological approaches. It challenges the traditional mental models rooted in thinking about what “should be” and moves towards exploration of what is here and now and how it could be fully utilised.

Mindful coaching works holistically with all mental faculties. Our logical minds can on average process 7 pieces of information out of the several million stimuli that impact us at any one point in time! How much information are we missing? Overcoming the logical mind and tapping into subconscious realms opens a new potential for creating transformational results in coaching - for coaches, their clients and organisations they work for.

6 November 2018​

You can choose to attend a single workshop or full day:

Working with Emotion (AM workshop: 10.00-12.30) 

or

Mindful Coaching (PM workshop: 13.30-16.00)

Venue: Novotel London Stansted Airport, Round Coppice Road, Stansted CM24 1SF

 

Book your place here

 

Career Coaching

This is a practical workshop which will aid participants with the planning and implementation of a career coaching approach. The workshop will provide a balance of opportunities for participants to explore best practice, consider the underpinning requirements for holding effective career management conversations, practice these skills and apply them in their own environments. 

The programme of the day includes;

- Career and Life Stages 
- Sense of Self 
- Career Coaching Principles and Theories 
- Exploring ideas and opportunities 
- Decision making and action planning 
- Bringing it all together 

12 November 2018

09:00 to 16:45

Venue: Novotel London Stansted, Round Coppice Road, Stansted, Essex, CM24 1SF

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The Mystery of Coaching Mastery

Understanding mastery is vital for any coach who wishes to become expert at what they do. Competences are powerful indicators but they don’t capture the life and elegance of the ‘master’ coach at work. Parallel worlds like music, art and sport do however offer some powerful insights for the coach.

This event will provide you with a working model of mastery, drawing on those parallel worlds and on research into mastery. It will enable you to take stock of your current level of expertise and think through how you develop further.

Key areas

• Established research on skill acquisition and the extent to which it applies to coaching

• Insights about mastery from top performers in the ‘parallel worlds’ of music, art and tennis

• The perspectives of expert coaches on the nature of mastery and what it takes to develop it

• How mastery comes together in the signature presence of the coach

21 November 2018

Select either the AM or PM workshop:

AM 10.00-12.30 

or

PM 13.30-16.00

Venue: Cambridge/Newmarket

Book your place here

Compassionate Conversations for Building a Compassionate Culture

This workshop is a chance for you to explore and learn how compassionate conversations can support the development of compassionate cultures. It’s a chance to explore, understand and practice ways to put compassion at the heart of how we connect with others, compassionate enabling us to speak truthfully without malice; to engage with emotive situations with clarity; and empower others to take action. By transforming reactive communication we learn how to communicate with compassion and authenticity.

Aims and Objectives

By the end of the day you will have had an opportunity to explore, better understand and have practiced compassionate communication, including:
- Understanding the principles of compassionate communication and how these can be applied in your everyday conversations
-  Being aware of your personal triggers and reactivity and the value of self-empathy and self-compassion as a way of creating the space to remain present and connected
- Exploring and practicing compassionate deep listening
- Exploring and practicing authentic self-expression and the ability to stay connected and present in difficult situations
- Exploring how the learning can be applied in personal everyday situations and different leadership contexts

 

22 November 2018 

09:30 to 16:30

Venue: Holiday Inn Cambridge, Lakeview, Bridge road, Impington, Cambridge CB24 9PH

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Cultural Wisdom: A Mindful Approach to Leading on Diversity and Inclusion

This workshop is a chance for you to explore and learn how to adopt a compassionate approach to inclusion, diversity and unconscious bias; gently supporting your capacity to remain engaged with relevant diversity and inclusion topics, and bring your full human experience into the process. It’s a chance to deepen and broaden your understanding of contemporary diversity issues through the lens of cultural wisdom. It is through these deeper insights we learn how to act with compassion and authenticity, as well as knowing how best to shine a spotlight on the root causes of inequity and injustice. 

Aims and Objectives

By the end of the day you will have had an opportunity to explore, better understand and have practiced ways to promote and engage in compassionate approaches to inclusion and diversity, including:
- Understanding how cultural wisdom differs from cultural awareness, intelligence and competence
- Awareness of the qualities of cultural wisdom
- Having an experiential understanding of different approaches to developing cultural wisdom
- Understanding how cultural wisdom can be cultivated through mindfulness and compassion-based practices
- Being introduced to mindfulness based approaches to inclusion that can be applied in the workplace

23 November 2018

09:30 to 16:30

Venue: Novotel Stansted Airport, Round Coppice Road, Stansted CM24 1SF

Book your place here

Compassionate Conversations for Building a Compassionate Culture

This workshop is a chance for you to explore and learn how compassionate conversations can support the development of compassionate cultures. It’s a chance to explore, understand and practice ways to put compassion at the heart of how we connect with others, compassionate enabling us to speak truthfully without malice; to engage with emotive situations with clarity; and empower others to take action. By transforming reactive communication we learn how to communicate with compassion and authenticity.

Aims and Objectives

By the end of the day you will have had an opportunity to explore, better understand and have practiced compassionate communication, including:
- Understanding the principles of compassionate communication and how these can be applied in your everyday conversations
-  Being aware of your personal triggers and reactivity and the value of self-empathy and self-compassion as a way of creating the space to remain present and connected
- Exploring and practicing compassionate deep listening
- Exploring and practicing authentic self-expression and the ability to stay connected and present in difficult situations
- Exploring how the learning can be applied in personal everyday situations and different leadership contexts

26 November 2018 

9:30 to 16:30

Venue: Novotel Stevenage, Stevenage Road, Knebworth, Stevenage SG1 2AX

Book your place here

 

October 2018
Description Date and Venue

Compassionate Conversations for Building a Compassionate Culture

This workshop is a chance for you to explore and learn how compassionate conversations can support the development of compassionate cultures. It’s a chance to explore, understand and practice ways to put compassion at the heart of how we connect with others, compassionate enabling us to speak truthfully without malice; to engage with emotive situations with clarity; and empower others to take action. By transforming reactive communication we learn how to communicate with compassion and authenticity.

Aims and Objectives

By the end of the day you will have had an opportunity to explore, better understand and have practiced compassionate communication, including:
- Understanding the principles of compassionate communication and how these can be applied in your everyday conversations
-  Being aware of your personal triggers and reactivity and the value of self-empathy and self-compassion as a way of creating the space to remain present and connected
- Exploring and practicing compassionate deep listening
- Exploring and practicing authentic self-expression and the ability to stay connected and present in difficult situations
- Exploring how the learning can be applied in personal everyday situations and different leadership contexts

 

22 October 2018

09:30 to 16:30

Venue: Novotel London Stansted Airport, Round Coppice Road, Stansted CM24 1SF

Book your place here 

Cultural Wisdom: A Mindful Approach to Leading on Diversity and Inclusion

This workshop is a chance for you to explore and learn how to adopt a compassionate approach to inclusion, diversity and unconscious bias; gently supporting your capacity to remain engaged with relevant diversity and inclusion topics, and bring your full human experience into the process. It’s a chance to deepen and broaden your understanding of contemporary diversity issues through the lens of cultural wisdom. It is through these deeper insights we learn how to act with compassion and authenticity, as well as knowing how best to shine a spotlight on the root causes of inequity and injustice. 

Aims and Objectives

By the end of the day you will have had an opportunity to explore, better understand and have practiced ways to promote and engage in compassionate approaches to inclusion and diversity, including:
- Understanding how cultural wisdom differs from cultural awareness, intelligence and competence
- Awareness of the qualities of cultural wisdom
- Having an experiential understanding of different approaches to developing cultural wisdom
- Understanding how cultural wisdom can be cultivated through mindfulness and compassion-based practices
- Being introduced to mindfulness based approaches to inclusion that can be applied in the workplace

23 October 2018

09:30 to 16:30

Venue: The Red Lion, Station Road, Whittlesford, Cambridge, CB22 4NL

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September 2018
Description Date and Venue

Time to Think: Creating a Quality Thinking Space

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.

During this experiential CPD event you will:

• Consider key attributes for creating a quality Thinking Environment, 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.

13 September 2018​

Select either the AM or PM workshop:

AM 10.00-12.30 

or

PM 13.30-16.00

Venue: Cambridge/Newmarket tbc

Book your place here

Compassionate Conversations for Building a Compassionate Culture

This workshop is a chance for you to explore and learn how compassionate conversations can support the development of compassionate cultures. It’s a chance to explore, understand and practice ways to put compassion at the heart of how we connect with others, compassionate enabling us to speak truthfully without malice; to engage with emotive situations with clarity; and empower others to take action. By transforming reactive communication we learn how to communicate with compassion and authenticity.

Aims and Objectives

By the end of the day you will have had an opportunity to explore, better understand and have practiced compassionate communication, including:
- Understanding the principles of compassionate communication and how these can be applied in your everyday conversations
-  Being aware of your personal triggers and reactivity and the value of self-empathy and self-compassion as a way of creating the space to remain present and connected
- Exploring and practicing compassionate deep listening
- Exploring and practicing authentic self-expression and the ability to stay connected and present in difficult situations
- Exploring how the learning can be applied in personal everyday situations and different leadership contexts

20 September 2018

09:30 to 16:30

Venue: Mecure Hatfield Oak Hotel, Roehyde Way, Hatfield AL10 9AF

 

Book your place here 

Cultural Wisdom: A Mindful Approach to Leading on Diversity and Inclusion

This workshop is a chance for you to explore and learn how to adopt a compassionate approach to inclusion, diversity and unconscious bias; gently supporting your capacity to remain engaged with relevant diversity and inclusion topics, and bring your full human experience into the process. It’s a chance to deepen and broaden your understanding of contemporary diversity issues through the lens of cultural wisdom. It is through these deeper insights we learn how to act with compassion and authenticity, as well as knowing how best to shine a spotlight on the root causes of inequity and injustice. 

Aims and Objectives

By the end of the day you will have had an opportunity to explore, better understand and have practiced ways to promote and engage in compassionate approaches to inclusion and diversity, including:
- Understanding how cultural wisdom differs from cultural awareness, intelligence and competence
- Awareness of the qualities of cultural wisdom
- Having an experiential understanding of different approaches to developing cultural wisdom
- Understanding how cultural wisdom can be cultivated through mindfulness and compassion-based practices
- Being introduced to mindfulness based approaches to inclusion that can be applied in the workplace

24 September 2018

09:30 to 16:30

Venue: Hatfield venue tbc

Book your place here 

Career Coaching

This is a practical workshop which will aid participants with the planning and implementation of a career coaching approach. The workshop will provide a balance of opportunities for participants to explore best practice, consider the underpinning requirements for holding effective career management conversations, practice these skills and apply them in their own environments. 

The programme of the day includes;

- Career and Life Stages 
- Sense of Self 
- Career Coaching Principles and Theories 
- Exploring ideas and opportunities 
- Decision making and action planning 
- Bringing it all together 

25 September 2018

09:00 to 16:45

Venue: Quy Mill Hotel, Church Road, Stow-Cum-Quy, Cambridge,CB25 9AF

Book your place here

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