Helping clients set excellent goals
Motivating and actionable goals, if properly constituted, provide a compass that both client and coach can use to navigate a coaching session or program.
If not done well, then the entire session or program can meander in a way which can cause the client to get frustrated and "stuck".
How are you helping the client to set goals?
Can you tell the difference between a problem, remedy, outcome or goal?
Why does it matter?
How are you helping the client move from thinking about what they don't want to what they want?
Bring your cases to this interactive and group mentoring session where we will discuss practice how to have clients set excellent goals
This is our third group mentoring session. We run group-mentoring sessions on a regular basis to support coaches with their development of coaching skills. Coaches at all levels of experience are welcome to join the sessions.
About the mentor coach: Tony Dickel
Tony Dickel is the Founder and Chairman of Transcend International Group and President of HKICC.
Tony is a registered and regular mentor coach and ICF PCC examiner of an ACTP program. He has also been trained as a supervisor.
Tony believes that the role of a coach, mindfulness teacher and trainer is to help a client become truly “self generative” and “self corrective” through exceptional moment by moment self-awareness and presence in relation to their authentic goals. He believes that in order for professionals to develop “productive” behaviors, they need to develop or discover their deepest motivational drivers, connect these to their goals and then to required behaviors supporting these.
Date: Wednesday, 18th May 2016
Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Price: HK$125 for HKICC Members, HK$250 for Guests
Facilitator: Tony Dickel
Venue: WELLBEING CENTRAL,
Unit 1705, Kaiser Centre 18 Centre Street,
Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
Transport and Map:
The nearest MTR station is Sai Ying Pun: exit B1
*This session will not count towards ICF CCEU’s or ICF mentor coaching hours.
*Registration and pre-payment required.
*Our venue will hold a maximum of 12 participants.