It’s All in Your Head: Brain-Based Coaching Strategies to Support Success
Dear Career Coaches:
My co-host and I are delighted to announce our next Career Coach SIG speaker, Susan Britton Whitcomb.
Date of next meeting: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 12-1pm EDT
(Note: You will receive 1 ICF Resource Development CCE credit for attending the call live and must be present for the full call)
Hosts: Mike Gellman, Corinne PYREE-MARX, Daisy Wright
Announcement: It’s All in Your Head: Brain-Based Coaching Strategies to Support Success
Do any of your clients struggle with confidence? Do they flip-flop on what they want in their careers? Or perhaps they get excited about what they want, but then procrastinate, hesitate, or undermine themselves when it comes time to follow-through on action steps! In our session, “It’s All in Your Head,” Susan Britton Whitcomb will share insights from recent neuroscience research that can help us coach our clients to be more clear, confident, and persistent in their search.
You will learn brain-friendly coaching strategies to:
- Stop the “monkey-mind” negative narrative that undermines success.
- Change your client’s biochemistry from fight-flight to calm-connect—a state that is proven to increase our cognitive capacity and relational/engagement ability.
- Shift your client’s limiting beliefs with one powerful question.
About the Presenter:
Susan Britton Whitcomb brings 15+ years to the art and science of coach training. Her brain-friendly approach to coaching stems from a fascination with the neuroscience of behavior, positive psychology, and the biology of strengths. Susan holds coaching credentials as a PCC (ICF) and BCC (CCE), and has also completed coach training programs with the Applied Neuroscience Institute, the Academy of Brain-Based Leadership, the Institute for Life Coach Training, and more. She is the author of seven books on career management and has been a frequent media resource. As a mentor coach, she has guided hundreds of professional coaches, consultants, and organizational development professionals around the globe to a deeper understanding of brain-based coaching techniques that help us live and work with resilience, possibility, and ease.
All the Best,
Mike Gellman, Corinne PYREE-MARX, Daisy Wright
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