Join us for this online session with Dr. Marcia Reynolds, MCC. She will start with a presentation sharing key methods and processes, and then provide a live coaching demonstration to show the concepts in action. She will provide an exercise for the coaches to do after a Q & A, or they can do it after the session if time doesn't permit practice.
Shift from chasing clients around their problems to coaching their thinking so creative insights emerge.
Integrate coaching how the person defines who they are with what they are doing transforming their identity as well as problem perspective.
Develop 3 mental habits for creating the psychological safety and presence needed to quickly take the session deeper for more profound results.
This session has been approved for 1.5 CCE units in Core Competencies
Dr. Marcia Reynolds, MCC is passionate about helping coaches and leaders make every conversation a meaningful experience. In addition to coaching leaders in multi-national companies and government agencies in 43 countries, she has presented at the Harvard Kennedy School and Cornell University and is on faculty of coaching schools in the US, Eastern Europe, and Asia.
She has also worked with many companies to establish coaching cultures, crucial in our world of accelerated and unpredictable change.
Marcia was the 5th ICF president and inducted into ICF’s Circle of Distinction for her contributions to the global coaching community. Global gurus names her the #4 coach in the world. She is the creator of the renowned WBECS program, Breakthrough Coaching.
Excerpts from Marcia’s books Outsmart Your Brain; The Discomfort Zone; and Wander Woman have appeared in business and psychological publications world-wide. Her latest international bestseller, Coach the Person, Not the Problem: A Guide to Using Reflective Inquiry, is in its 7th printing and translated into 5 languages. Her new book, Breakthrough Coaching, will be released in January 2024.
Marcia’s favorite pastime is learning. She holds a doctorate in organizational psychology and two master’s degrees in learning psychology and communications.