Deepen Your Coaching Efficacy With New Skills
One Day Workshop:
The Empathic Coach
Facilitator: Jennifer Bristol
Date/time: 3-5:30 pm ET Thursday, August 25
CEUs: Wellcoaches 2.5, NBHWC 2.5
Alchemize your higher level of sensitivity into a superpower for both yourself and your clients with practical tools to help you navigate the unique needs of the empath. This will be a deep, experiential dive in a private online setting, so come prepared to be fully present, with your camera on. Make arrangements to be distraction-free for the entire time. Have any snacks or drinks you may need prepared and in the room with you.
• Understand the nuances of being an empath
• Learn the difference between empathic and empathetic
• Practical tools for navigating the unique needs of empaths
• How to recognize empathic tendencies in clients
• How to manage what and how much you absorb from others or your surroundings
About Jennifer Bristol
Jennifer Bristol is a transformational coach who helps clients anchor ancient wisdom into the modern practicality of running their lives and businesses in order to achieve radical results. She works with coaches, creatives, and entrepreneurs to manage energy, mindset, and strategy development for optimizing business growth and personal freedom.
Facilitator: Darlene Trandel
Date/time: 3:30-5:30 pm ET September 7-October 5
CEUs: Wellcoaches 10, ACSM 10, NCHEC 10, NBHWC 10
This class will guide participants through an in-depth sequence of learning activities to enhance your knowledge, skills and application of MotivationaI Interviewing and add to your coaching competencies.
Explore the different ways to support behavior change included in the Motivational interviewing four processes: Engaging, Guiding, Evoking and Planning
Learn and apply the key principles and core skills of MI
Deepen and vary reflective listening skills, eliciting change talk and responding effectively to sustain talk, discord and change talk.
Develop additional skills for helping patients to explore and resolve their ambivalence about health behavior change.
Explore the approach and principles MI uses to share information
Apply and practice MI skills and strategies designed to evoke motivation for change.
Adapt the MI method and spirit to best fit participants’ current practice setting
The widely used approach of Motivational Interviewing (MI) offers many evidence-informed, person-centered communication skills and techniques to complement your coaching competencies. Professionals can use these skills to achieve successful and sustained behavior outcomes and encourage growth and progress with their clients.
There is robust scientific evidence to support the efficacy of MI in helping patients make positive health-behavior changes. Research has demonstrated that motivational interviewing can improve client engagement, help to resolve client ambivalence, and promote client activation in activities that lead to better health outcomes.
Learning activities will include demonstrations, class discussions and presentations, and small group exercises, with opportunities for participant practice with feedback.
Consider attending this class if you are a coach or healthcare professional who:
Works with people to change health behaviors.
Are interested in learning more about MI or building/increasing the MI knowledge/skills you already have
Would like to translate MI knowledge into practice.
Wants a hands-on opportunity to hone MI skills.
Preparation materials for the class will be offered on the class site after registration.
Suggested resource (not required): Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change, 3rd Edition (Applications of Motivational Interviewing) by William R. Miller and Stephen Rollnick | Sep 7, 2012
Want to learn more?
Join us for an information session and Q&A at 5 p.m. ET Tuesday, August 23. You will have an opportunity to meet the course facilitator, get an overview of the course, and ask questions. If you cannot attend live, be sure to register, and the recording will be emailed to you.
Cut Through the Noise:
The Stark Truth About What it Takes
to Make a Living at Coaching
Facilitator: Mary Cravets
Date/time: Noon-3 p.m. ET Wednesday, September 14
Cost: Early Bird $350
through 5 p.m. ET September 1
CEUs: Wellcoaches 3, NBHWC 3
To earn enough money to support a life you love, you must master two skill sets: coaching skills and business development skills. Wellcoaches has equipped you fully for the first, but so often new coaches' businesses fail because they either:
1. Avoid the business development skills altogether- and their business goes nowhere. OR…
2. Get overwhelmed by conflicting advice from marketing “gurus” who leave you feeling lost, turned off by icky sales tactics, and paralyzed with confusion.
It’s time to cut through the noise, simplify, and make sure you’re doing the right things to grow your business.
This workshop is not for the faint of heart! It provides hard truths and straightforward advice so you will:
Understand how to use 3 simple questions to create your own unique strategy to get more clients and become profitable faster
Uncover mindset roadblocks about sales and marketing, so you put yourself out there in ways you actually enjoy!
Learn the easy-to-overlook myths, mistakes, and missteps that significantly slow your ability to get paying clients
Figure out the best use of your time as you get started (especially if you have a full-time job you want to escape!)
Group Coaching Basics
Facilitator: Michael Scholtz
Date/time: Noon-1:30 pm ET October 5-November 16 (no class November 9)
CEUs: Wellcoaches 9, ACSM 9, NCHEC 9, NBHWC 9
This 6-week course on group coaching is a win-win-win. You reach more people and your clients access more affordable coaching. And, everyone benefits from the supportive network and creative power of a community. The ability to create groups, effectively market to groups, and conduct group sessions requires that you learn new skills and that you apply your core coaching skills in new ways.
Participants will learn:
• how to develop a successful group coaching practice
• what group coaching is and how it differs from individual coaching
• logistics of group coaching (determining group size, meeting length, fees, etc.)
• how to manage group dynamics
• how to market your program
This class includes both sharing of ideas and practice. Participants will have the opportunity to be coached and coach others as we explore the unique dynamics provided by a group environment.
Week #1: Group Coaching Introduction: Definition, Challenges and Opportunities
Week #2: Structuring Your Group Experience
Week #3: Creating a Community
Week #4: Preparing Your Toolbox
Week #5: Finding Your Niche and Marketing
Week #6: Skills Practice
Want to learn more?
Join us for an informational session and Q&A at 5 p.m. ET Thursday, September 8. During the session, the course facilitator Michael Scholtz will briefly overview the series and answer any questions you may have. If you cannot attend the session, be sure to register, and the recording will be emailed to you.