Creating Change Through Cognitive Behavioral Coaching Strategies
Understanding the link between mental models and behaviors
Philosopher William James said, “The greatest discovery of our generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind. As you think, so shall you be.”.
As coaches, we work with our clients to identify and reflect on ways of thinking that can be limiting so that new perspectives and lenses may evolve and lead to positive change and personal growth. Now, more than ever, it is important to have the capacity to think differently, to reimagine situations in our lives with a sense of hope and possibility.
When: October 12th, 2022
Presenters: Dan White
Format: Virtual - Zoom Meeting, cameras will be enabled
CCEUs:1.5 (1.5 core competency)
Who is this event for: Coaches or individuals wanting to listen well, hear more, and change more lives. What could be better than that?
Purpose: In this interactive, engaging and timely session, Leadership Coach and Organizational Effectiveness Consultant, Daniel White, will talk about patterns of thinking, and the subsequent feelings and actions linked to them. By changing our mental models, we can improve performance and build a sense of groundedness and well-being.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn and apply new skills in both a plenary and in small breakout groups.
Who is this event for: Coaches or individuals wanting to better understand and utilize a Cognitive Behavioral approach to coaching.
- To recognize the role that clients’ patterns of thinking and feeling play in shaping their behavior.
- To use coaching skills to identify clients’ mental/emotional models.
- To explore techniques for modifying clients’ mental models, and therefore changing behavior
Meet our speaker
Daniel White has been coaching top talent in organizations for over 20 years. He works with C-level and senior leaders to assess their strengths, enabling them to use these more consciously. By building strong and trusted relationships, Daniel creates an optimal learning environment in which his clients identify opportunities for new skills and mindsets. This is a key starting point in enabling clients to create a personal vision, practice concrete skills, and overcome barriers in order to achieve greater, long-term effectiveness. By focusing on emotional intelligence as well as analytical skills Daniel works with clients on growth opportunities such as: diplomacy in difficult conversations, delegation / empowerment, performance management, leadership presence, and conflict resolution.
In addition to authoring numerous articles on coaching, career development and performance, Daniel’s book, Coaching Leaders, Guiding People Who Guide Others, Wiley, Jossey-Bass. 2006 has helped executive coaches hone their skills and has been part of the curriculum in programs offering coach education..
Daniel teaches Leadership at Columbia University and has taught Executive Coaching in the graduate program at CUNY and NYU.
He holds an MA in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University - Teachers College, a BA in Psychology, from University of Rochester, and a post-grad certificate in Adult Career Development from City University of New York.
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