Play Big – Accomplishing Results Based on What You Want
March 18 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm$35.00
The ICF lists “Planning and Goal Setting” as one of its core competencies. This includes working with the client to clarify and develop goals that achieve more than just the presenting concerns of the client. How do you do that as a coach while honoring the current coaching request of your client? How do you support the client in creating an effective plan?
The opportunity is to support your clients in expanding the conversation around goal setting. The opportunity is to transform the notion of working hard on goals to an experience where the client is inspired to create what they really want. It aligns purpose, dreamscaping, SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-based) goals, promised action, and lessons learned. This expanded conversation moves them forward in achieving the results they want and the overall experience they are committed to generating for themselves and others.
In this workshop, our presenters will support you in honing your skill in this core competency by:
• highlighting how to work with clients to get clear on their relationship to goal setting with the awareness that a disempowering relationship to goal setting will kill even the best planning tools;
• discussing the common ways in which people sabotage their goals (procrastination, overwhelm, blaming lack of motivation or willpower, blaming others, lack of sufficient action, lack of effective action, etc.) and how to support clients in taking 100% ownership for what they want; and
• practicing powerful questioning that elevates the conversation such that clients gain clarity on what they really want with a renewed energy and excitement around the possibility of it. This then sets the stage for you to bring your favorite goal setting and accountability tools to the table.
Workshop participants will receive 1.5 ICF core competency CCEUs.
About the Speakers:
Individuals and organizations that Play Big rely on thinking partners who support new possibilities and game-changing success. Mary O. Andrews, who became an Olympian on her last javelin throw in the rain, taps into sports analogies for access to effective ways of thinking.
Combined with a keen eye for performance improvement and the wisdom of professional coaching, Mary provides the planning space and accountability for people and teams to be great leaders.
Mary has a Masters Degree from Stanford University. She is President of Andrews Performance Corporation and holds the designation of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation.
Mary currently serves on the board of the San Diego Chapter of the Exit Planning Institute, which brings together professional advisors to educate and assist business owners with all aspects of exiting their businesses and successfully transitioning to the next phase of their lives.
Brian Conlon is a Project Management Professional with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from UC Santa Barbara. He served over 5 years as a Project Engineer and Product Manager with Siemens Industry Inc, before transitioning into a career as a coach.
As a Personal & Professional Coach, Brian empowers groups and individuals to unleash the greatness within based on their own values and belief systems. He provides insight and resources geared towards the attainment of client goals and objectives while empowering them to live their lives to the fullest.
Brian spent six years training coaches with Accomplishment Coaching – providing training in multiple cities and organizations across the United States. He holds the designation of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation.
Brian brings his project management and leadership training background to his work in supporting the business development of Meridian Pacific Properties.