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Interested in brain-based coaching? Tomorrow night’s call will likely have information related to brain-based mediation, too

From Stephanie West Allen’s blog on Neuroscience and conflict resolution.

English_Phone_Booth Although the call at 7 PM Eastern on Tuesday, August 19, is an activity of the Brain-Based Coaching Special Interest Group of the International Coach Federation, anyone can call in to listen and also, if you would like, ask questions. From the group's blog post announcing the call:

TWO SIDES TO THE EQUATION – Interweaving brain based science into a sustainable coaching model?

Brain or science led coaching has been around for some years. Yet for many it remains a bit of a mystery tool.

Both new and emerging coaches may enjoy this session which aims to decode and demystify this exciting new awareness for sustainable change through coaching.

Join co host facilitators, Dr Karen Shue, specialist in brain science based in USA and Executive Coach Sylvie Carter based in Australia as they slice and dice the two sides to the equation that is science led coaching.

What is it? What does it mean? and how can a coaching process benefit from this approach?

Come and explore a 'life like' corporate case study and a working coaching model designed for sustainable change.

Questions and comments welcome prior to and during this interactive exploratory session.

I am not familiar with their approach but will listen if I get a chance and let you know how theirs contrasts and compares with ours.

Call-in info:

  • Phone 1-212-457-9879
  • Pin 700827#

Be sure to include the # sign.

Image credit: Grafixar


Stephanie West Allen

Stephanie West Allen, JD, practiced law in California for several years, held offices in local bar associations, and wrote chapters for California Continuing Education of the Bar. While in CA, Stephanie completed several five-day mediation training programs with the Center for Mediation in Law, as well as a two-year intensive… MORE >

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