Speaker: Matilde Machiavello
Date: September 4, 2018
4:00-4:30 Arrival, sign-in, networking
North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
7521 Carmel Ave. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113
CCEUs: 1.5 in Core Competencies
This is an invitation to explore the what, why, when and how of the application of one of the most ancient tools: “storytelling” in coaching.
We are all storytellers. We all have stories to share, stories we live by, and stories we create.
When facing challenges with a client on a coaching session, we dive into our brains in search of that particular question, quote or word that will tap the right key to bring out the resource our client needs to move forward to reaching the set goal.
Amazingly, sharing a story does the trick!
Jump into our session and find out for yourself!
Matilde Machiavello is an Educator, Keynote Speaker, Workshop Leader, Outdoor Team Coach, Business & Life Coach, and Professional Storyteller.
Her twenty or more years of experience as an educator, working with people, both on a one to one basis and with groups, inspire her to search for tools leading to the improvement of effective communication and enhancement of people’s inner talents and creativity.
She found in the field of Neuro Linguistic Programming a world of new and promising strategies for those in search of excellence. Later on, in her constant quest, she encountered Brain Gym which provided her with the kind of ‘aha’ moments which completed what she believes is ‘the’ perfect blend to apply in any personal or professional path to growth and success.
As a storyteller, Matilde believes in the ‘magic power of stories’ at the moment of shaping a new and ideal reality, overcoming obstacles or healing. She shares her skill with NGOs supporting women recovering from trauma and painful experiences.
Matilde has offered trainings to the Management staff of different companies, the official airline company & Education staff in the private sector in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Once settled in New Mexico, she has delivered Leadership workshops in Mexico, through the University of Art & Design of Santa Fe, NM.
She was the representative of the Santa Fe Community College in the Annual Meeting in Boise, Idaho, offering a Motivational presentation on Diversity.
She has delivered trainings through the T.E.S.O.L. New Mexico in their Annual Conference in Santa Fe, NM, and in Farmington, NM.