Coaching Case Analysis

When:
February 26, 2020 @ 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
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Description of Program:
In this program participants will present coaching client cases, followed by an in-depth group exploration of the underlying themes and dynamics.

Speaker: John Ledwith and Barb White

Date: February 26, 2020
Time: 5:30 – 8:00pm
Location:
North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
7521 Carmel Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113

Cost: $30 Members / $35 Non-Members
Includes light appetizers

CCEUs: 2.5 in Core Competencies

Only one case will be selected.


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If you notice any of these tell-tale signs, consider bringing the case to this program:

  • As a coach I feel I’m not providing enough for the client.
  • I know I need to confront my client but for some reason I can’t.
  • I feel there’s a power struggle between myself and the client.
  • I find it difficult to keep healthy boundaries.
  • I feel exhausted after sessions.
  • I feel bored or helpless during sessions.
  • I feel I know what my client is thinking and feeling.

During the Coaching Case Analysis program, the focus will be:

  • Coaches getting in touch with processes related to the given client or topic.
  • Identifying and working with the dynamics in the relational field between coach and client.
  • Gaining clarity about the patterns that support as well as hinder the coaching work.

Typical learnings may include:

  • The overt and covert dynamics between coach and client.
  • How to keep the work fully aligned with the coaching agreement.
  • What constructive / destructive patterns, including inner resistances, get co-created between coach and client.
  • Strategies they can apply to assist clients in achieving sustainable change.
  • Different ways coaches can support themselves in each particular case.

John LedwithAbout John Ledwith

John is an Executive Coach and Consultant with over 30 years experience coaching senior executives. John has a passion for working with bright leaders who are making a significant difference in their organizations. Clients report greater focus, awareness and insight, whether Senior Executives of billion-dollar companies needing new strategies for a changing world, a non-profit board seeking to better change the world, or individuals ready for a change. John helps leaders expand strategic, operational and behavioral options when faced with complex challenges. With more confidence and new approaches, clients report greater impact and success with organizations, customers, and employees.

John is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), holds a Masters of Science Degree in Organization Development from Pepperdine University and has studied extensively at both Gestalt Institute of Cleveland and the Gestalt International Study Center in Cape Cod. John has served as adjunct faculty in both Pepperdine University’s Masters Program in Organization Development (MSOD), as well as at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.

About Barb White, PCC, Executive Coach and Consultant

Barb’s executive coaching work with leaders over the last twenty years includes sharpening leadership and management capacities as well as supporting leaders during change initiatives, reorganizations, or a transition into an expanded role. Her clients are often aiming to increase their agility as strategic thinkers and communicators, leverage their ability to build strong teams, and cultivate work environments that attract great talent. As an organizational consultant, Barb helps management teams engage in critical dialogue, build alignment around shared goals, and plan successful change initiatives. Her clients span many industries including high-tech, finance, healthcare, manufacturing, government and non-profits.

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*PLEASE NOTE: Maximum registration is 10 people.
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