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AGILE COACHING CIRLE: Co-Active® Coaching in Agile Context

Fr, 28.08.2015, 18:00 (CEST)
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Fr, 28.08.2015, 21:00 (CEST)
Anmeldeschluss: Mi, 26.08.2015, 18:00 (CEST)
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This workshop is a deep dive introduction of Co-Active® Coaching model that can be used in the context of Agile coaching. You will learn new coaching models and techniques plus a lot of inspiration.
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER

Johann Entz von Zerssen is an executive coach, seasoned consultant and facilitator who is energized by working with people and organizations who are committed to change and willing to embrace new ideas. He brings a rich intercultural experience to his work, having lived and worked in various European countries as well as Canada, which allows him to draw upon various perspectives and make cultural distinctions. His humor and playfulness enables clients to engage difficult topics without drama and his directness coupled with intuition ensures that his clients stay on course of their goals. 

Johann is on the faculty of the Coaches Training Institute, training people to become Co-Active® Coaches. His inspiration is to help clients and training participants reach their full potential and awareness to adequately and competently meet the ever increasing entrepreneurial and life complexity. His training style is experiential, scientifically based and deeply rooted in the practical.

ABOUT THE EVENT


In the workshop Co-Active® Coaching in an Agile Context Johann creates an experience that covers both the being and the doing of coaching. Be prepared to dive into learning, experiencing and practicing! At the end of the workshop, you will have experienced new tools and techniques, as well as your own mindset changes, to coach individuals and/or teams to high performance. As practical as it is provocative, the workshop challenges coaches to rise to the fullest expression of their role and offers simple, practical ways to get there. It is well suited to Agile Coaches who want to widen their range of scope in the context of human relationships.

This workshop is based on The Co-Active® Model, which is distinct from other models of coaching in that it is more an anchor for who the leader is in relationship to the employee, team member, or coaching client than what the coach does. In this workshop you will catch a glimpse of how the Model of Co-Active® Coaching has you stand firm in these beliefs about human learning and development:

  • Human beings have an inherent desire to learn and grow. Part of the human endeavor is to become increasingly available and able to become an engaged and contributing member of society. We want to evolve.
  • People are naturally able to expand their ability to interact effectively with others. The potential for brilliance exists and can be brought forward.
  • Learning occurs when people are able to directly experience new ways of being and acting with others within contexts that matter to them. Learning is a process of active experimentation, engagement, and interaction with the world.
  • Learning happens most powerfully through human interrelationship rather than in isolation. A community of actively-engaged learners creates a richness of experience that cannot be created alone.
  • The educator’s role in the learning process is to create a powerful container in which learning flourishes, to establish the contexts around which learning experiences are built, to provide a mix of challenge and support for learners, and to bring finely tuned awareness to the learning process so that rich moments of learning are surfaced.

ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER

Johann Entz von Zerssen is an executive coach, seasoned consultant and facilitator who is energized by working with people and organizations who are committed to change and willing to embrace new ideas. He brings a rich intercultural experience to his work, having lived and worked in various European countries as well as Canada, which allows him to draw upon various perspectives and make cultural distinctions. His humor and playfulness enables clients to engage difficult topics without drama and his directness coupled with intuition ensures that his clients stay on course of their goals. 

Johann is on the faculty of the Coaches Training Institute, training people to become Co-Active® Coaches. His inspiration is to help clients and training participants reach their full potential and awareness to adequately and competently meet the ever increasing entrepreneurial and life complexity. His training style is experiential, scientifically based and deeply rooted in the practical.

ABOUT THE EVENT


In the workshop Co-Active® Coaching in an Agile Context Johann creates an experience that covers both the being and the doing of coaching. Be prepared to dive into learning, experiencing and practicing! At the end of the workshop, you will have experienced new tools and techniques, as well as your own mindset changes, to coach individuals and/or teams to high performance. As practical as it is provocative, the workshop challenges coaches to rise to the fullest expression of their role and offers simple, practical ways to get there. It is well suited to Agile Coaches who want to widen their range of scope in the context of human relationships.

This workshop is based on The Co-Active® Model, which is distinct from other models of coaching in that it is more an anchor for who the leader is in relationship to the employee, team member, or coaching client than what the coach does. In this workshop you will catch a glimpse of how the Model of Co-Active® Coaching has you stand firm in these beliefs about human learning and development:

  • Human beings have an inherent desire to learn and grow. Part of the human endeavor is to become increasingly available and able to become an engaged and contributing member of society. We want to evolve.
  • People are naturally able to expand their ability to interact effectively with others. The potential for brilliance exists and can be brought forward.
  • Learning occurs when people are able to directly experience new ways of being and acting with others within contexts that matter to them. Learning is a process of active experimentation, engagement, and interaction with the world.
  • Learning happens most powerfully through human interrelationship rather than in isolation. A community of actively-engaged learners creates a richness of experience that cannot be created alone.
  • The educator’s role in the learning process is to create a powerful container in which learning flourishes, to establish the contexts around which learning experiences are built, to provide a mix of challenge and support for learners, and to bring finely tuned awareness to the learning process so that rich moments of learning are surfaced.

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