Coaching for Business: Integrating coaching processes and models
|Presenters||Sunny Stout-Rostron MA, DProf (South Africa)|
|Description||Sunny is returning to Australia in Feb/March 2013 - a popular and highly experienced coach, author and academic, whose workshop is designed to deepen your current coaching practice. Although Sunny is an executive coach, this workshop is also applicable to other organisational, career and life coaches.
Coaches are constantly asked "what is the coaching model that you are working with", and yet the underlying question is, "what kind of flexibility does your model give you"? There is a lot of confusion about which model to use, or how to design your own coaching model as you become more experienced as a coach. Your coaching practice will be informed by your own experience and wide theoretical background.
This program is targeted towards those with existing coaching experience, who want to further develop themselves personally and professionally - developing competence and flexibility working with coaching models. You will enhance the quality of your coaching practice enabling you to develop an attuned quality of attention to the coaching client relationship.
Sunny de-mystifies the models that underpin the coaching profession, introducing you to a cross section of contemporary coaching models, while fine-tuning the process of your business coaching conversation. Firmly embedded in an experiential learning tradition, you will begin to develop an understanding of your own coaching approach at the same time as more fully understanding the coaching process with its underlying learning, psychological, systemic and existential principles that will help you to develop a structured approach with flexibility yet rigour in your practice.
Overall Programme Outline:
Coaching - An Integration of Models
Coaching Process - Developing Reflective Practice
Exploring Coaching Models:
Adopting a Structured Approach - The Scientist Practitioner
Levels of Intervention - Nested Levels Models
Kolb's Experiential Learning Model - Reflecting on Experience
Scharmer's U Model - the Process of Transition
McWhinney's Four Realities - the Modes of Change
Understanding Existential Concerns and Working with an Existential Model
Building Your Own Coaching Model
Final Reflections and Next Steps
|About the presenter(s)||Sunny coaches at senior executive and board level, and has a wide range of experience in leadership development and business strategy. She works as a Coach Supervisor in an individual capacity and as a lead supervisor to executive coaches and coaching psychologists in large organisational interventions worldwide.
Sunny's passion is to develop the knowledge base for coaching through research and the critical reflective practice of dedicated practitioners. Her dedication to the development of coach education and research is informed by her business acumen and over 20 years as an executive coach. Her supervision practice integrates diverse coaching perspectives underpinned by experiential and adult learning and psychological literacy. She is Executive Director of Sunny Stout-Rostron Associates and Research Advisor for the Institute of Coaching at Harvard/McLean Medical School.
As an author, Sunny's books include: Business Coaching International: Transforming Individuals and Organizations (2009/2011), and Business Coaching Wisdom and Practice: Unlocking the Secrets of Business Coaching (Knowres, 2009/2012). She is a contributing author to the UK Handbook on the Psychology of Coaching and Mentoring (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012); Positive Psychology as Social Change (Springer, 2010); Trends in Developing Human Capital (Knowres, 2010); The Sage Handbook of Coaching (Sage, 2009); Developing Human Capital (Knowres 2010); The Complete Handbook of Coaching (Sage, 2009).
|Location||NSW Metro, Australia|
|Venue||Royal Automobile Club of Australia
89 Macquarie St (near Circular Quay train station), Sydney
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||8 Mar 2013|
|Time||0830 for 0855 start; to 1700|
|Cost||students $130; CPIG & COP $250; APS & ICF $295; non members $395|
|Notes||PLEASE NOTE REGISTRATIONS CLOSE 4TH MARCH 2013 To qualify for member rates, consider joining the interest group in your state. See attached document to join. Open to non psychologist coaches and non APS members.|
|Organiser||IG - Coaching Psychology Interest Group (IGCP) (NSW)|
|Contact Name||Claire Nabke-Hatton|
|Telephone||0403 984 812|
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