Relational Presence for Coaches

  • March 30, 2022
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • VIRTUAL

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Learn to be in Relational Presence as a coach. This methodology will hone your sense of what to say when and which coaching skills/tools to apply in the context of the ICF Core Competencies.

 

Summary Details

When:  March 30, 2022, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Speakers: Tina Mertel, MCC and Pam Noda, PCC

Format:  Virtual/Live, cameras enabled and not recorded

CCEUs: 1.5 Core Competencies

Who is this event for: Coaches looking for a fresh take on their way of being with clients. Being in Relational Presence gives a coach a sense of what to say when and which skills/tools to applying the context of the ICF Core competencies. This type of presence helps to move the client to insight followed by inspired action.

Notes: This session will not be recorded.

The Event

Focusing on several ICF core competencies, this session equips coaches with essential elements from the Relational Presence methodology that will enhance their coaching effectiveness by expanding their capacity for presence. Coaches will learn a way of “being with” their clients that helps coaches to embody a coaching mindset, cultivate trust and safety, maintain presence, and deepen listening.

 

Purpose: Coaches will gain an expanded capacity for presence to use in full service of their clients. Demonstrations will be provided with volunteers so that all attendees can experience firsthand the potent effects of cultivating presence.

Objective: Coaches will learn a methodology that helps them to embody a coaching mindset, cultivate trust and safety, maintain presence, and listen actively.

Learning elements:

  • Staying focused on the client, while tuning in to your own intuition.
  • Expanding your capacity for staying present, thereby building trust and supporting the client’s wisdom.
  • Managing your own emotions and staying grounded, so that you can be with the full range of emotions of the client.

Outcomes: By the end of the session, attendees will have been introduced to a Relational Presence model and learned how these practices relate directly to the ICF competencies of maintains presence and listens actively.

 

Agenda

Facilitators Tina Mertel, MCC and Pam Noda, PCC are excited to share Relational Presence with us. Experience has taught them that being in Relational Presence with clients is the ground of coaching wisdom no matter if you are new to coaching or moving from ACC to PCC or PCC to MCC. Being in Relational Presence gives a coach a sense of what to say when and which skills/tools to apply in the context of the ICF Core competencies. This type of presence helps to move the client to insight followed by inspired action. ICF Coaching World highlighted this topic at: https://coachfederation.org/blog/a-way-to-be. The session will support four ICF Core competencies: embodying a coaching mindset, cultivates trust and safety, maintains presence, and listens actively.

 

Meet our speakers

 


Tina Mertel, MCC                                                                           Pam Noda, PCC

Email: tina@meaningfulcoaching.com                          pam@truevoicetraining.com         

 

Facilitators Tina Mertel, MCC and Pam Noda, PCC are seasoned trainers of Relational Presence (also known as Speaking Circles®). Each of them regularly facilitates Relational Presence workshops both for the public and in organizations. Both use Relational Presence in coaching sessions with their clients. Experience has taught them that being in Relational Presence with clients is the ground of coaching wisdom. From there emerges a coach’s sense of what to say when and which skills/tools to apply. From there emerges a client’s inner knowing and call to action. This combination is what yields inspired coaching from the coach and inspired results for the client.

 


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