THE POWER OF OBSERVATION – DEVELOPING YOUR INNER OBSERVER AS COACH
Speaker : Terrie Lupberger, MCC
Date : Friday, April 5, 2019
Time : 9.00am – 10.30am ( +8 GMT, Kuala Lumpur )
Fee : Free for ICF Malaysia Members & Non-Members
Platform : Zoom Conference (get it free at www.zoom.us)
About This Webinar
This online class will develop the coach’s ability to become a better observer of their clients’ concerns and habits in thinking and behaving. Building a better observer helps the coach form more powerful questioning strategies that can support the client get to underlying issues and concerns and aid in their transformation.
Additionally, being a better observer helps the coach see where their own limitations in thought and action are limiting their practice and potential as a coach. Participants will learn a framework for what to be listening for in self and other, how to form their observations into more powerful questioning, and how to accelerate their own journey of exploration and development as a coach. Participants will also gain practical tips for building their power of observation in themselves and their clients.
As R.D. Laing said so eloquently: ‘the range of what we think and do is limited by what we fail to notice.’
As coaches, our imperative is to help our clients notice what they fail to notice since change isn’t possible until they do notice what is limiting them in achieving their desired outcomes. This class will explore what we as coaches can be noticing in our clients (and ourselves) that can lead to better choices and behaviours that are consistent with what the client most cares about.
Learn a framework for observing self and client more powerfully
Explore new ways to get to underlying issues that allow the coach to take their coaching to the next level
Generate powerful practices to support your client (and yourself) in making sustainable change through the power of better observation
ICF Core Competencies
Core Competencies covered:
A Master Certified Coach and former CEO, Terrie has been coaching and contributing to the development of the coaching profession since 1995. For nine years she served as CEO of an international, coach training organization. She is a former Board Member of the International Coach Federation and has been a member of the ICF Credentialing Committee since 2002. Terrie is a contributing author to three books on coaching, A Coach’s Guide to Emotional Intelligence, The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching, and Professional Coaching, Principles and Practice.
Terrie presently teaches coaching at the University of Miami in the US, for ITS in London and for Newfield Asia in Singapore where she is the Director of Training. She also teaches an online advanced coaching program and mentors coaches looking to obtain their MCC credential.
Earlier in her career, Terrie was a Federal Manager in Washington, DC for 12 years and a partner in a consulting firm working with IT professionals. Terrie’s varied organizational experience combined with her studies in human potential and philosophy have resulted in a unique world view and approach to working with clients that help them have greater impact with more ease.