Do Your Clients Have Emotions, or Do Their Emotions Have Them?

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Date(s) - Thu, 26 February 2015
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Tele-seminar Topic:  “ Do Your Clients Have Emotions, or Do Their Emotions Have Them? “

Coaching your clients to value and leverage their emotions

February 26, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. EST

Ann V. Deaton, PhD, PCC, The Bounce Collective

Ann V. Deaton, PhD, PCC

Ann Deaton, PCC is a leadership and team coach, group facilitator, and trainer.  After a first career in health care, Ann earned her Leadership Coaching Certification from the Newfield Network and the Professional Certified Coach designation from the International Coach Federation. Ann specializes in coaching individuals, teams, and groups experiencing significant change and growth. She facilitates awareness and team-building sessions for an array of nonprofit, government, and for-profit organizations. Ann’s strengths are in creating the kinds of rich and open conversations that expand perspectives and ideas – then holding people accountable for taking bold action. Ann earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology, and has a deep knowledge of neuropsychology and adult development that enables her to design programs that yield sustainable impact..  She is co-author, with Holly Williams, of the book Being Coached: Group and Team Coaching from the Inside.

Whether you call yourself a business or leadership coach, a personal coach, a career coach, a money coach, or something entirely, you can expect that your clients will bring their emotions to your coaching sessions. How will you listen effectively to their emotions? What questions will you ask to grow your clients’ awareness around emotions? And how, as a coach, will you empower your clients to leverage the power of their emotions and minimize the downside, particularly of so-called “negative” emotions? This session is designed for coaches who want to develop their understanding of emotions (theirs and clients’) in the context of coaching, and experience some tools for enabling your clients to manage their emotions instead of being held back by them.

Learning Objectives: of this Teleseminar:

Define emotions in a way that is useful with respect to coaching

Understand the myriad of emotions, and one way to distinguish among them

Identify the gifts and shadows of several frequently occurring emotions

Commit to playing with at least one coaching tool after the session to enable your clients to gain greater value from their experience of emotion

Core Competencies

Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client

Coaching Presence

Active Listening

Powerful Questioning

Direct Communication

Creating Awareness

CCEUs:  1.5(Core Competencies)

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