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April Monthly Meeting 4:30 PM Until 6:30 PM / SOCIAL HOUR (6:30 - 7:30 PM)
Monday, April 8, 2019, 4:30 PM until 6:30 PM
Hyatt Place Worthington
7490 Vantage Dr
Worthington, OH 43235
Payment In Advance Or At Event
Topic: Coaching Through the Lens of Neuroscience
Speaker: Janine Moon
CEU: 1.25 Core Competencies
4:15 pm - 4:30 pm - DOORS OPEN
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm - MEETING
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - SOCIAL HOUR
The program will introduce and/or review neuroscience terms, structure, functions and a model that coaches can use to more effectively apply coaching competencies.
- Review neuroscience terms and ‘structure’ or brain parts relevant to coaching: hormones and chemicals; amygdala; neocortex; limbic system; synapses; neurons; pre-frontal cortex; basal ganglia.
- Recognize and apply neuroscience functions that underpin coaching competencies in order to intentionally use them with clients: neuroplasticity; feedback loops and reward systems; amygdala and threat response; brain chemicals and hormones that feel good and those that don’t; neocortex strengths and limitations. Participants will discuss/ practice using these functions with select coaching competencies, e.g. establishing trust; creating awareness; designing actions; planning and goal setting.
- Understand the neuroscience behind David Rock’s SCARF model and work with a partner to apply the model to case studies and/or current or past clients.
1. Participants will learn to consider neuroscience principles and findings in examining themselves and clients, in order to be more intentional with both self- and client coaching.
2. Working with partner(s), participants will consider several coaching competencies through the lens of neuroscience, e.g. how brain chemicals can be fostered when establishing trust and intimacy; how neuroplasticity comes into play when coaching clients in designing actions and goals to achieve coaching results; and how knowing about feedback loops and threat and reward responses can impact coaching presence.
3. Working with a partner or group, participants will apply David Rock’s SCARF model to case studies to discover how to use the model with their own clients.
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