The coachees we serve are facing a rapidly changing spectrum of complex human challenges and expectations. Interpersonal behaviors have bigger consequences than ever. This workshop-style webinar is for coaches looking to boost their relevance and help reinvent coachees to meet the moment and communicate their way to success.
As coaches, we are uniquely positioned to help our clients translate the complex and abstract into concrete actions. The personality profiles and anonymous 360s that got us here won’t get us there.
Join BehavioralOS CEO Matt Stone for a highly interactive session to experience firsthand a proven process that is reinventing how coachees manage self-awareness, adjust their communication style, accelerate trust, and supercharge relationships.
By the end of the hour you will be able to:
• Analyze complex interpersonal challenges using a simple behavioral model developed by a world-renowned MIT organizational psychologist.
• Assess the readiness of a coachee to take 100% responsibility for their 50% part in key work relationships.
• Acquire access to a set of tools that produce highly actionable insights through a uniquely non-judgment process.
Participants will earn .75 Core Competency and .25 Resource Development CCEs for attending.
Here is a message from Matt on the upcoming program:
Matt Stone is a coach, entrepreneur, and CEO of BehavioralOS. He is driven by a strong belief in the power of authentic human connection to lead healthy high-performing teams, build sustainable companies, and create a more peaceful and prosperous world.
Matt’s path to his current role includes broad experience as a consultant, facilitator, coach, practicing lawyer, and business development professional. He has lived and worked in numerous U.S. states and internationally. In addition to heading up corporate strategy and operations, Matt spends significant time supporting clients and partners in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, U.K., Singapore, and Japan.
Matt holds a B.A. in History from the Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon, and a Juris Doctor degree from the Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii. He is a Results Trained Coach through the NeuroLeadership Institute, and has held an ICF ACC credential. He has spoken and facilitated sessions at multiple OD Network conferences, and regularly appears on podcasts and other live events. He is now based in New York City after spending the last nine years in Tokyo.