Masterful coaching requires you use your emotions to help your clients feel as sense of psychological safety, even when you feel challenged by their responses. This means you need to notice when your own emotions arise and shift back to being present and accepting. To do this, you must oversee and shift your brain’s reactions when you feel impatient or uncomfortable.
This session includes practical exercises to immediately help coaches recognize when fear or judgment arises. Then it will share techniques for returning to presence so the client feels safe enough to be open and vulnerable with the coach. The energy you bring to coaching conversations has as much if not more impact than your words. Master your brain to maximize your impact as a coach.
Core Competencies covered in this presentation:
Participants will earn 1.5 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs.
- Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client
- Coaching Presence
- Active Listening
- Creating Awareness
She is the expert companies call on to uplift their connections, conversations, and cultures. Dr. Reynolds is known for her expertise in developing leaders to use Reflective Intelligence, Communication Kinesthetics, and Courageous Coaching to inspire engagement and innovation within their organizations.
With over 36 years in cultural change and transformational leadership experience, she has spoken in 38 countries on six continents and reached over 100K people worldwide. Dr. Reynolds has extensive expertise in creating behavioral strategies, building high-trust workplaces, and providing leadership coaching and training within both startup and established Fortune 500 firms.
Responding to the need for more effective leadership conversations, her innovative, well-researched techniques give leaders the ability to manage their own
emotions while dramatically improving their impact and results. Marcia models what she teaches, delivering her programs with humor, authenticity, and a deeply felt care for her those she speaks with, from one person to overpacked room.
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