Date(s) - Wed, 8 February 2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Have you ever wondered if the person in front of you has the capacity for coaching? Research says many clients are not ready to engage in the process of performance coaching. What do you do with those who have low capacity and resilience and yet have big audacious dreams and goals? By understanding the coaching capacity of a client, the coach can create a progressive coaching plan to eliminate coaching barriers and assist the client in moving forward toward their desire outcome.
In this webinar, Manon Dulude, PhD., PCC, BCC, and Jeanne Erikson, PhD., PCC, will introduce you to the Coaching Continuum Model. The model creates a path to guide coaches to match their coaching strategies to client’s capacity and can enhance coaching process and outcome.
Participants will learn:
- The research foundation for the importance of assessing client coaching capacity
- How to ask questions to uncover coaching capacity
- About the Coaching Continuum
- How to start matching coaching strategies to the client’s coaching capacity level
- How to enhance your coaching effectiveness
You will receive notification of the webinar location after registration. ICF continuing education units for attending this training will be determined at a later date.
About the presenters:
Manon Dulude holds a PhD, in Human Development and Coaching (2012), a Professional Certified Coach accreditation with the International Coach Federation and is a Board Certified Coach.
Manon Dulude has over twenty-five years of solid and extensive experience in the field of Human Development. As coach Manon, has worked with senior executives and key officials in the following sectors; Information Technology, financial, government, hotel, crown corporations, and non-profit.
Manon is co-author of The Coaching Continuum TM, a coaching framework and an online assessment tool for coaches to determine coaching capacity in clients.
Manon is an instructor and trainer for Coaching the Global Village. She participated in the development and delivery of “the CGV Coach Approach” training with an NGO in Haiti.
Manon is committed to the development of the coaching profession. In June 2014, she joined the first ICF assessors’ cohort to be trained with the new PCC level credentialing markers. She also mentors and supervises coaches who seek to deepen their thinking process.
In addition to her extensive experience as a coach, Manon brings many years of experience as a psychotherapist. Her private practice was established in 1995. She is a Certified Member with the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counselors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists.
Jeanne Erikson is a graduate of coach training, wellness training, and has been awarded the Professional Certified Coach credential by the International Coach Federation, the premiere international coach certification body. She served as the Ethics and Standards Committee Chairperson for that organization which has about 20,000 members from over 100 countries. She is an officer of the Wichita Chapter of the National Organization of Women Business Owners as well as coaching and mediation organizations.
Jeanne has led more than 5200 families and work groups through divorce, contract, employment, probate, and financial mediations. Her PhD is from Kansas University , with her dissertation on conflict resolution theory. She supervised PhD coaching research on weight loss coaching and on EAP brief solution-focused coaching, both published in 2012. As a coach, she has worked with professionals, financial planners, medical personnel, managers, and those who remain at home.
Cost: $35 for members, $50 for non-members