A Structure of a Coaching Conversation
The structure of a conversation is important to provide an environment for in-depth focus that engages the client's mind in processing creatively. We can get in the way, and disturb the delicate processing of the brain.
In this webinar, you will gain insight into the neurochemistry that occurs in a conversation and how the structure of a conversation provides an environment that engages a focused state of mind, innovative thinking, perspective, and self-observation.
Tuesday, September 12
James Beeman works with job seekers, rising leaders, and executives who want less stress and more success. In his quest to help hundreds of clients, James earned a Master of Arts in Management & Leadership and multiple professional coaching and career certifications including the Certified Career Management Coach from Susan Whitcomb’s The Academies and the Professional Coach Certification from the International Coach Federation.
James is a gifted trainer bringing his in-depth knowledge of coaching into the CCE coach training learning environment.
To check out his website site, Clear Career, click here.
Mary Verstraete is a leadership consultant and coach. She works with ambitious, successful business professionals achieve lasting valued success, reach for incalculable influence in those they lead, and create trusting environments where teams thrive. With over three decades of experience helping entrepreneurs, business owners, and senior management leverage their leadership, she is passionate about investing in leaders.
Mary is President and Cofounder of the Center for Coaching Excellence, a distinctive training organization that focuses on developing highly competent coaches through a mentor-training approach and a training model of coaching that easily transitions into professional and personal conversations. She continues to expanded coaching into diverse industries by developing customized coach training used in companies such as ExxonMobil, Chevron, and MJ Senior Housing.
To contact Mary, call: 612.246.4787