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90-minute online Live, Interactive Workshop

Coaching in times of extreme uncertainty, part 2

Andy Smith
Elar Killumets

A Deeper Dive Into Using the Experience Cube to dissolve anxiety and
improve the outcome of your coaching conversations

DATE: 29 May, 2020        TIME: 10:00 UK, 11:00 CEST, 12:00 EST/LV/LT/FIN

PLACES STRICTLY LIMITED TO 16 PARTICIPANTS MAXIMUM

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Kadri Artma

"Most managers have long understood that the environment is constantly changing. They are used to uncertainty and have accepted the VUCA-world a long time ago. But for most people, the current magnitude of change is too much to handle."

Kadri Artma
CEO of Solis Biodyne

Here's the good news: there's a lot that you can do to help people cope with that anxiety!

This 90-minute live practice session is designed to improve your capacity to detect and reduce anxiety:

  • Improve your capacity to separate yourself from surrounding emotional processes – helping others demands your own non-anxious presence.
  • Why statements like “I think if management was more knowledgeable, the impact of crisis on people would be reduced” are actually a sign of a problem with the person making the statement.
  • Learn to notice your own blind spots of anxiety from your own language.
  • Learn to detect changes in the language other people use – an excellent indicator that something is not right.
  • Practice using the Experience Cube to help people to understand the reason why their anxiety went up.
  • Learn to reframe the statements people use in anxious situations to give them back control and get them out of ‘victim state’.
  • Learn to communicate from a place of non-anxious presence.

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Webinar Hosted by International Leadership Coaches and Organisational Development Mentors:

Andy Smith coaching

Andy Smith

Andy Smith is an Appreciative Inquiry facilitator and Emotional Intelligence coach based in Europe. He specialises in the practical application of Appreciative Inquiry and other positive change methods to improve team working and leadership.

He is the author of Leadership EQ: How To Lead With Emotional Intelligence (Coaching Leaders 2014), Achieve Your Goals: Strategies To Transform Your Life (Dorling Kindersley 2006), and The Trainer’s Pack of NLP Exercises (Coaching Leaders 2010).

He has developed a number of coaching models that incorporate appreciative and solution-focused tools in practical and jargon-free formats.

His client list includes, among many others, O², GSK, the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Madinah Institute For Leadership And Entrepreneurship, Egyptian LNG, Volvo Trucks Malaysia, and the NHS.

Elar Killumets

Elar Killumets

Elar Killumets is organizational coach, operating as a sensemaking advisor and provider of a broad, diverse array of competencies in the field of organizational development and change management.

Over the years, Elar has established himself as an innovative and unorthodox change helper who is a strong proponent of dialogic mindset and tools. Elar closely cooperates with many TOP researches and practitioniers in this area such as prof. Gervase Bushe.   

He does things differently, but the results speak for themselves – the keywords being speed and ease of changes.

His client list includes among many others KPMG, Adven, Meriton Hotels, Ramirent, SEB bank, Estonian Rescue Board and Ministry of Interior.

Coaching in times of extreme uncertainty, part 2

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This course is jointly offered by
Coaching Leaders Ltd  Registered in England No: 3445765
Registered Office: 6 Station View, Hazel Grove, Stockport, England, SK7 5ER
and
Tulemusjuhtimine OÜ  Registered in Estonia No: 14125337
Telliskivi 60a, 10412 Tallinn, Estonia

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