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Use of Self - The Most Important Tool in Coaching

When:
Thursday, October 22, 2020, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Where:
Webinar - Zoom

Category:
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$25.00

USE OF SELF—THE MOST IMPORTANT TOOL IN COACHING

 

SPEAKER: Pam McLean, Ph.D., MCC | CEO & Founder | Hudson Institute

 

DATE: Thursday, October 22, 2020

 

TIME: Noon to 1:30 p.m.

 

LOCATION: Zoom Webinar

 

CEU’S: 1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Competency

 

Our ‘Self as Coach’ work begins ‘at home’ and by ‘home’, we mean ‘one’s internal landscape’.  It’s unfortunate that not all coaches choose this journey, but those who do, will gain a clearer framework for getting to know themselves, exploring their multiple layers, and awakening their latent abilities so that they can better foster the abilities of others.

 

Pam McLean’s ‘Self as Coach’ approach interweaves six broad dimensions of ones’ internal landscape into the fabric of great coaching through “using the self as an instrument”.  A key dimension of developmental coaching emphasizes the whole person.  This comprehensive self-work helps to create lasting improvements--unlike more common remedial, tactical, or performance-based programs, which often only function as short-term solutions.

 

Whether you’re an emerging or experienced coach, whether you want to grow your own leadership skills or develop them across an entire organization, Self as Coach can help.  With its proven methods, and near-universal applicability, that can help you uncover lasting insights.

 

ICF COACHING COMPETENCIES

Co-creating the Relationship: Establishing Trust & Intimacy with Client, & Coaching Presence

Communicating Effectively: Active Listening

Facilitating Learning and Results: Creating Awareness

 

Participants will:

Gain a deeper view into their most important tool in coaching – USE OF SELF

Delve into the internal landscape of self - Presence, Empathy, Boundaries, Courage and more

Explore a process for continuous growth and development through use of self

Deepen your coaching capacities

Pam McLean

Meet Pam McLean

Pamela McLean, PhD, is the CEO and Co-Founder of The Hudson Institute of Coaching.  McLean has been widely known as one of the leading coach training programs in the US for over thirty years.  McLean authored The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012) examining key theories and evidenced based research informing the field; examining the essential methodology, key steps in the coaching engagement; and exploring the use of self as the most important instrument we have in our work as coaches.  McLean’s new book, Self as Coach, Self as Leaders, released by Wiley Press in 2019 takes a close look at developmental coaching that focuses on deeper, lasting changes for the client and examines the internal landscape of the coach and all that is required to be at our very best when working with others.

 

Pam lives in Santa Barbara, California , where she and her late husband raised three sons.  Today she enjoys all things related to weekend cooking, pottery making, birdwatching and traveling to new places around the globe.