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Why A Quadrant Graph May Be the Only Coaching Tool You Need - Webinar

Thursday, March 18, 2021, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
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Why A Quadrant Graph May Be the Only Coaching Tool You Need


SPEAKER: Jonathan Reitz, MCC, CEO & Director of Training at CoachNet/ Managing Partner for the Harrison Assessment/Author

DATE: March 18, 2020

TIME: 12:00 – 1:30

CEU’s: 1.5 Core Competencies




We have all seen quadrant graphs...and you have probably accepted the challenge of keeping things moving "up and to the right!" This simple tool maps two potentially diverging ideas into a cohesive whole. In 30 minutes or less, you will recognize the power of plotting concepts that seem unrelated and be able to leverage the power of the hidden connections. Your coaching will never be the same. During this session, we'll explore whether someone is coachable, observe the conditions that strengthen a coach's questioning and identify the boundaries that keep coaches focused on helping clients make maximum progress with optimal growth. We will accomplish all these insights using a simple visual graph. You'll develop a repeatable strategy that will open new possibilities in your coaching!

ICF Core Competencies Addressed:

· #7 Evokes Awareness

· #8 Facilitates Client Growth


· Discover a simple-to-use framework to assess the coachability of any potential client AND what to do with four common coaching situations.

· Use your ability to focus simultaneously on two key client factors to ask the best possible coaching questions every time!

· Learn to offer insight to your clients in a strong, coach-like manner and NEVER take over the agenda!

Jonathan Reitz

Meet Jonathan Reitz

Jonathan Reitz, MCC is CoachNet's Director for Training/CEO. Jonathan has been coaching since 1997, when coaching found him. (Ask him about that story sometime.) Jonathan holds the Master Certified Coach (MCC) credential in the International Coach Federation. Jonathan Reitz is the author of "Coaching Hacks: Simple Strategies to Make Every Conversation More Effective" and is the primary architect of CoachNet's Integrated Coach Training process. Jonathan is also a Managing Partner for the Harrison Assessment. His coaching has been featured on the World Business and Executive Coaches Summit (WBECS) and he teaches in the Weatherhead School of Management Coaching Program at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. His first career was in morning radio and television, which means he spent more than 20 years getting up earlier than anyone you know. Jonathan Reitz lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife Joy and daughter Julia.