22 September 2022
Shiri Ben-Arzi - PMC, MCC
Thursday, 22 September 2022
8:00pm - 9:45pm
Free for ICF Malaysia Members
USD15 for Non ICF Malaysia Members
Two years after the beginning of the COVID pandemic, it is clear we are facing a new mental health crisis at a global level. This crisis is finding its way into the coaching space and we, as coaches, are called forth to take our coaching to the next level and offer our clients new perspectives, approaches, tools and skills that will help them navigate resiliently through a new normal.
In this webinar, you will learn new perspectives about resilience and it’s connection to Emotional Agility, explore the dark side of VUCA, and learn new coaching skills to help clients implement radical resilience in their lives.
We will touch on the following coaching skills and learn to use them to help ourselves and our clients shift into resilient states:
Attendees will learn to coach clients in various starts of distress while remaining professional and ethical.
This will allow coaches to give additional added value to clients and position themselves as highly capable professionals.
Shiri Ben-Arzi, MCC
Health and Medical Coach,
founder of MCI – Medical Coaching Institute.
Shiri is a Master Certified Coach (MCC), supervisor, workshop facilitator, and international lecturer.
She holds certifications in Medical and Health Coaching, Co-active Coaching, Embodiment Coaching, ADHD Coaching, Caregiver Coaching, NLP, Grief Education, Advanced Clearing Energetics (ACE), and Timeline Therapy.
She is a co-leader of the ICF Health and Wellness Community of Practice co-leader.
Over the past 15 years, Shiri has worked with international leading pharmaceutical companies, medical organizations, patient associations, and hospitals.
Her vision is to promote empowerment and a patient-centered medicine practice within medical systems through a coaching approach.
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