Coaching CPD: Coaching in a Crisis
About the session:
This session will explore Coaching in a Crisis from the perspective of the coach: building an understanding of how to be impactful as a coach in a time-limited, outcome focused coaching session.
Calibrating your practice to supporting a coachee in potentially one standalone session can be challenging. Overcoming some of the potential barriers, natural preference and indeed bias to practicing in longer term coaching relationships will be key. We will explore the practicalities of contracting effectively to build rapport and trust quickly and then practice in an agile way along the spectrum of coaching to best meet the needs of the coachee.
The session will build upon your current knowledge and experience whilst revisiting coaching models, tools and techniques to build confidence in your practice in a short-term coaching relationship. You can expect a highly interactive session with plenty of opportunity to practice your coaching skills.
You will need to attend the follow up session on Thursday 21st October 12:00 – 15:00 as a way to reflect on your practice, share your insights with fellow participants and identify areas of further development.
Who is this session for?
This virtual event is for our South East Coaching Faculty Only
- Experience: Over 100 hours coaching experience
- Qualified for over 2 years: (or have specific training supporting crisis coaching at a system level)
- Commitment: These relationship will be included in your current commitment to SELA Coaching hours. We are looking for willingness to providing around 3 – 6 x 45-minute sessions per year (these may be one offs, or, up to 3 sessions with one coachee)
Book your Place:
Reserve a place via our RSVP booking system below.
The session will be delivered virtually on Microsoft Teams
About the Facilitators
John Monahan, Director of Insightful Exchange
John is an integral member of the leadership team at Insightful Exchange. He is an experienced development professional with a background in organisational development, leadership development and human resources. John’s experience spans a number of sectors and has included senior roles in NHS provider organisations, he has worked at regional and national level as a Deputy Director at the NHS Leadership Academy.
John brings a depth of experience and understanding to Organisational Development and Leadership Development. His passion is to work in partnership to enable insight and growth whilst exploring the complexities, challenges and rewards of leadership.
John is a chartered member of the CIPD and holds a Masters Degree in HRM, he is an accredited Executive Coach, an accredited MBTI practitioner and a Strengthscope Master.