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Sharpen the Coaching Saw: Direct Communication—the “Red-Headed Step Child” Competency

When:
Friday, August 09, 2019, 1:30 PM until 3:30 PM
Where:
Hackberry Creek Country Club
www.hackberrycreekcc.com
1901 W. Royal Lane
Irving, TX  76051

972-869-2631
Contact(s):
Kathleen Klaviter
Category:
Workshop
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only
$35.00
$35.00
$35.00
Join us for the fifth in the series of Sharpen the Coaching Saw ICF competency skill development workshops! Our chapter MCCs and MCC LINC volunteers have partnered together to bring you an opportunity to stretch your coaching skills through learning, demonstration and observed practice. Each workshop is a stand-alone learning experience and participation in previous sessions is not required. We have something to offer all levels:

CIT (Coach in Training) – Recommended for coaches and those interested in becoming coaches. You may be enrolled in a coach training program or logging hours towards your ACC credential. This learning group will focus on building a strong coaching foundation.

ACC (Associate Certified Coach) – Recommended for coaches that have completed coach training and achieved their ACC credential with up to 300 hours. This learning group is designed to build confidence and strengthen the coaching muscle.

PCC (Professional Certified Coach) – Recommended for the working coach with between 300 and 1500 logged hours. This learning group seeks to stretch in new ways and avoid bad habits and coaching ruts.

MCC (Master Certified Coach) – Recommended for PCCs and MCCs with over 1500 logged hours. This learning group is on the road to coaching mastery and is seeking to make, and retain, the mental and skill shifts required of the MCC.

The August Workshop will explore what direct communication is all about. Teresa Pool will lead us on a discussion into what Direct Communication is all about—what it is, what it isn’t, and how to do it. We’ll debunk the myths and gain some new respect on the importance of building a language toolkit that flexes to the need of each client while still retaining our own authenticity. We’ll go beyond theory to practice and send you off with both tools and motivation to explore further. And maybe have some fun along the way.

CCEUs for this workshop: 2 Core Competency Credits