Date(s) - Wed, 16 June 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Join lCF Ottawa Book Club on JUNE 16th as we delve into Neuroscience for Coaches
The author is Amy Brann
When: June 16, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Moderator: Julie Francisco
Format: Virtual – Zoom meeting format, cameras enabled
About the Book
Title: Neuroscience for Coaches
Author: Amy Brann
Many coaching tools and techniques are now fairly well established, but how do they actually work? Answer this question and start delivering greater value to clients.
Based on over twelve years of research, this book provides a clear explanation of the aspects of neuroscience that are relevant to coaching so you can describe to clients from a neuroscientific perspective why particular techniques and methods work and the benefits to them.
This fully updated 2nd edition of Neuroscience for Coaches includes new interviews with Marshall Goldsmith, Susan Grandfield, Christian van Nieuwerburgh and Kim Morgan, along with new material on oxytocin, goals and mindfulness.
It covers the latest neuroscientific research and, crucially, the ways in which coaches can use this information effectively and practically in their everyday work.
Neuroscience for Coaches is a vital resource for keeping up to date with recent scientific developments, tools and techniques in coaching.
The book answers the questions of Why neuroscience is important for coaches and How we can use it in service to our clients.
About the ICF Ottawa Book Club
Meetings will be held consistently on the second Wednesday of each month at 12 pm DST Ottawa Time. Attendance at every meeting is not necessary. You may participate based upon your preference for the book. The intended purpose of this offering is to broaden and deepen our knowledge of current practices in the coaching profession and in the business world.
Please register early! If registration is low, or non-existent, for any specific book, we will revisit the selection and float a poll to the membership to select a replacement book. We therefore encourage participants to register early for meetings so that we may assess interest at an early stage.