Somatic Competence for Elevating Presence-Based Coaching
January 28, 2019 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm$35.00
Being able to establish intimacy and trust is at the core of our competence as coaches. The deeper we are present and in touch with ourselves, the more we can attune to clients by simply feeling them. Within a positive relational field, clients feel seen, settle down and start building new patterns for themselves.
To create a positive relational field challenges, we need to show up in a centered, grounded, warm, open, connected, and contactable state. For most of us, this is a challenge. Do we dare to connect and work on our own limiting intimacy patterns to better serve our clients and the integrity of our work?
In this reflective and highly experiential workshop we will engage our bodies in somatic practices designed to elevate our ability to connect with clients in a deeper, more authentic and more effective way.
Key takeaways and activities include:
- Establishing and attending to a positive coaching relational field
- The attunement dance between coach and client
- Coaching clients beyond words
- Practices for centering and continuous somatic competence development
Workshop participants will receive 2.0 ICF core competency CCEUs.
About the Speakers:
Anne Egseth is an Integral leadership coach and a facilitator of somatic movement practices. She specializes in helping coaches and other professionals become more grounded, open and impressionable, and access their presence to create more authentic and generative relationships. A classically trained actor, holds an MA in Movement Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and a professional coach certificate from New Venture West, where she teaches experiential movement and somatic development to coach candidates. A co-founder of www.elmleadership.com, Anne is a fellow at the Washington DC Center for Consciousness Studies, where she focuses on the interplay between mindfulness, conscious action and well-being.
Stefano Olmeti, PhD, PCC is a global executive leadership coach and consultant. He works internationally with leaders and change-makers from all over the world to help them excel in a context of uncertainty and rapidly shifting conditions. Previously the director of the global executive coaching program at the World Bank Group in Washington DC, Stefano is the co-founder of www.elmleadership.com, a boutique firm based in San Diego. He is also a faculty member at the School of Leadership of the University of San Diego and at the Center for Excellence in Public Management at George Washington University. Stefano holds a PhD in Business Administration from Bocconi University (Italy) and has coached clients from more than thirty nationalities.