Connect Your Inner Self with Your Outer Work:
From Reactive to Reflective Awareness

Date: March 21, 2018

4:00-4:30pm: Arrival/Networking
4:30-6:00pm: Program

CCEUs: 1 in Core Competencies and 0.5 in Resource Development

North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
7521 Carmel Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113

The deepest, most demanding conversations for coaches are the ones they have with themselves. This session is for coaches who want to pay even more attention to themselves and to their clients as well as overcome anxiety or anger during challenging conversations. You’ll learn about the brain’s natural negativity, how to be less reactive to others, acting more calmly and definitively, and maintaining mental focus and concentration during coaching. Plus, we’ll practice having fun while coaching with awareness skills.

This program focuses on the ICF Core Competency of Creating Awareness:  Integrating and accurately evaluating multiple sources of information, and making interpretations that help the client to gain awareness and thereby achieve agreed-upon results.

  1. State three facts about the brain.
  2. List three benefits of creating awareness through mindfulness.
  3. Practice awareness with self.
  4. Practice awareness with another person in a mock coaching session.

Suzanne KryderAbout Suzanne Kryder

Suzanne Kryder is a neuroleadership trainer and coach who blends leadership development with an understanding of how the mind works. Her book, The Mind to Lead, explains her leadership coaching model on being calm, confident, and powerful. She has a PhD from the University of New Mexico and graduated from the Corporate Coaching Program, an ICF-accredited program in 2001. She is a co-founder and host of the award-winning public radio series, Peace Talks Radio, and has practiced mindfulness meditation since 1985.