|Date||9 June 2021|
|Price||£75 + VAT (10% discount to Centre Members, Henley alumni and current students)|
What if our efforts to help our clients change are actually slowing them down?
In this online masterclass, we will use the narrative coaching model, integrative development theory and Vygotsky’s work on zones of proximal development to explore what clients actually need from us and what this means for how we coach them. Through guided activities you will experience the liberating potential in standing still.
Hint: Who you want to become is already present in who you are. Come and learn how to travel lighter, coach with more ease and be more radically present to your clients on their change journeys.
Who Should Attend?
The session would be most valuable for practitioners with at least an intermediate level of experience, including those who coach, those who design/deliver development programmes and those who work in the mental health/healthcare spaces. While there is a robust academic foundation for the material covered in this programme, the session is highly experiential in nature and would appeal to those who like to engage this way.
This is an invitation for all who are ready to leave labels and boxes behind to free themselves up to have more impact for their clients.
Dr David Drake
Dr David Drake is CEO of The Moment Institute in the US. He has been a pioneer in the coaching space for 25 years. David is the founder of Narrative Coaching, Narrative Release™ and Integrative Development. He is the author of 60 publications, including as co-editor of the reference-level Sage Handbook of Coaching (2016) and author of Narrative Coaching: The Definitive Guide to Bringing New Stories to Life (2018). David is a thought leader for the Institute of Coaching at Harvard.
“I appreciate that David’s work honors all that I am and know, and supports me to improvise with all of my experience in fresh new ways to address my clients’ new now.”Anonymous
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