Coaching as Social Change
Date: February 8, 2019
Time: 9:30 -11:30 am
Where: Madison Central Library, 201 W. Mifflin, Room 302
Coaching is a set of professional skills as well as a way of being and communicating. Skilled coaches are dedicated to serving the long-term development of others by facilitating new awareness, liberation from habit nature, and generative action. We each have the capacity to bring "the coach approach" into our work and interactions. Join coaches Sharon Barbour, Toral Livingston-Jha, and Julie Andersen to learn about coaching, experience "the coach approach," and explore its connection to social change.
CORE Circles are an experiential gathering offering opportunities to learn and share practices that support personal and social transformation.
Come for light refreshments at 9:30am. Facilitation begins at 9:45am.
All are welcome!
Coaching Approach for Parents (of Teens)
Are you a parent interested in learning new ways to support, problem solve, and engage with your teen(s)? This course is an opportunity to learn key coaching techniques (such as designing an alliance, active listening, powerful questioning, and honoring) that can help you strike a more skillful balance in your interactions with your family.
Date: Fall/Winter 2019
Duration: Weekly for 8 weeks
Time: 90 minute sessions
Where: Madison, WI
Are you a coach seeking an introduction to or a deeper practice of mindfulness and other attention-strengthening techniques? This 8-week course is designed to help strengthen your coaching presence and self-awareness so that you can best serve your clients.