FEBRUARY SPEAKER SERIES
Coaching: What Does Body Language have to do with it?
SPEAKER: Michael Bruckmueller | Improv Coach | Speaker
CSz Twin Cities
DATE: Tuesday, February 25, 2020
TIME: 6:00 - 6:30 PM Networking
6:30 - 8:30 PM Program
LOCATION: Embassy Suites, Bloomington REGISTER
CEU’S: 2 Core Competency
This can’t miss interactive session will have you on your feet and moving your body as you use techniques of the theater and improv to understand the power of body language in coaching. Michael will lead the group through a series of exercises using non-verbal communication and body posture to build awareness of the power of body language. You will laugh, have fun & learn a few new coaching techniques. Coaches present will build a higher level of awareness of their own body language as a coach so they can better engage clients by building trust and intimacy.
ICF COACHING COMPETENCIES
Communicating Effectively: Active listening
Co-creating the Relationship: Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client, & Coaching Presence
Facilitating Learning and Results: Creating Awareness
Participants will learn:
· Exercises, tips and tricks to engage clients and facilitate open dialog
· Build awareness of their own body language as a coach
· Increase level of “active listening” as a coach through heightened awareness of client’s body language
Meet Michael Bruckmueller
Michael is an improvisor and teacher who has been in the coaching improv business for 20 years with CSz. He began with CSz in Richmond, VA, then moved to CSz Twin Cities where he works as both a performer and Director of Education. He performs for and teaches preschoolers through adulthood. The many businesses and organizations Michael has facilitated Applied Improvisation Workshops to MN giants including, 3M, Cargill, Target, US Bank, Upsher-Smith Pharmaceuticals, General Mills, Travel Tags, Andersen Windows, United Healthcare, Children’s Hospital, and the Minnesota Department of Revenue. He is very proud of his work with the Autism Society of Minnesota, where he uses improvisation to provide social skills workshops to students on the Autism Spectrum. Michael holds an MFA in Theatre Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University and a BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Minnesota, Duluth.