|Date||6 October 2020|
|Price||£25 +VAT (FREE to Coaching Centre Members)|
Is LEGO in coaching just another gimmick or does it really make a difference to the coaching conversation? This participative webinar will take a look at new research on the use of LEGO in a positive psychology framework in individual coaching.
What can you expect?
- How using physical objects in coaching makes it easier to externalise internal processes.
- Opportunities for bringing playfulness into coaching.
- How greater creativity breaks the normal patterns of thinking and work-based conversations for individuals and groups.
- A fun exploration of LEGO in coaching.
(LEGO is not essential, but if you have some, bring it along).
* * This is a joint event with The Henley Partnership where members of the partnership are eligible to attend as part of their membership * *
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is for all who are interested in the potential of using LEGO in coaching; coaches for creativity, supervisors for reflection, HR and learning and development for changing thinking and conversations for both your teams and individual team members.
Theresa Quinn is a psychologist specialising in positive and coaching psychology. She holds a BA (Hons) in Psychology from Strathclyde University and an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology from the University of East London. A qualified facilitator for LEGO Serious Play for positive psychology, she is currently exploring the use of LEGO Serious Play within a positive psychology framework in individual coaching. When not working as a coach or playing with LEGO, she can be found on the beach or climbing hills.
Did you know, members of The Henley Centre for Coaching receive webinars (circa. 10 per year) free of charge as part of their membership?
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