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Upcoming Workshops

ACTP

Dates:

May 6-7-8, 2019 in Toronto Canada

With Dorothy E. Siminovitch, PHD, MCC
Author of A Gestalt Coaching Primer: The Path Toward Awareness IQ
and Dost Deniz, MBA, MCC
Author of Cesur Sorular: Kendi Yaşamınızın Koçu Olmak için 101 Cesur Soru

Gestalt Coaching: Enhancing Your Competency

Adaptability, creativity and resilience are the qualities leaders need to guide organizations through volatile and disruptive events. Gestalt coaching embraces the awareness skills that support these strengths.

Coaching has emerged as a distinctive competency and a professional calling. It is an important function that supports learning and intentional change. This workshop will outline, experimentally explore, and practice the skills that constitute effective intervention from a Gestalt perspective. Organizational consultants, coaches, business and human service professionals will find this workshop particularly useful in learning: Gestalt theory, concepts and methods; tools for facilitating individual and small group change and development; and data based-based observations about one’s use of self and the impact of one’s presence as an intervener and coach. Extensive skill building sessions, with faculty consultation and feedback are built into this workshop.

Participants are guided in exploring and practicing the methods and tools which lead to effective and masterful coaching interventions. The rich feedback environment of the workshop provides a rare and rich environment supporting transformational learning.

The goals of this 3-day workshop are to:

  • Foundational Gestalt principles, concepts, and methods
  • The differences and links between coaching presence and coaching use of self
  • Intervention skills for in-the-moment opportunities
  • Strategies for developing Awareness IQ
  • The 7 dimensions of Awareness IQ
  • Feedback skills

Fee:
$1,000 USD (includes HST and a non-refundable $100 USD registration fee).

Early Bird:
$925 USD (register by April 15, 2019, includes HST & registration fee).

Location:
Toronto

Other Offerings

Introduction to

Gestalt Practice: The Pragmatics of Magic

Presented by EGCP faculty

Dates to be announced…

This workshop experience is designed for professionals interested in Gestalt coaching, a holistic approach informed by the Gestalt theory, concept, and method that helped pioneer self- discovery and development movements, and that continues to evolve to meet 21st century challenges at all levels of system. In this hands-on workshop, participants are introduced to and experientially engage with key concepts and practices of Gestalt coaching such as: self-awareness, the core concept of the Gestalt approach which focuses on being simultaneously attuned to what is happening both within and outside the self; the “here-and-now” existential concept of how to work in and with the present moment as the most significant and relevant intervention point for taking action for change; and interpersonal practices for resilience. Participants will learn and practice these and other core foundations of Gestalt coaching.

Participants can expect to deepen their skills in:

  • Self-awareness competencies
  • A here-and-now focus that supports personal presence
  • Recognizing the qualities of one’s presence and its impact on others

We invite leaders, coaches, consultants, and other professionals to learn and to experience the powerful, transformational qualities that a Gestalt approach offers for both personal and professional development.

We will be working in English but have access to needed translation in Turkish

Introduction to

GESTALT COACHING

A 4 day workshop

Coaching has emerged as a distinctive competency and a professional calling. It is an important function that supports learning and intentional change. This workshop will outline, experimentally explore and practice the skills that constitute effective intervention from a Gestalt perspective. Organizational consultants, coaches, business and human service professionals will find this workshop particularly useful in learning: Gestalt theory, concepts and methods; tools for facilitating individual and small group change and development; and data based-based observations about one’s use of self and the impact of one’s presence as an intervener and coach. Extensive skill building sessions, with faculty consultation and feedback are built into this workshop. This is an intensive introduction to the larger Eurasian Gestalt Coaching Program. We will be working in English. The workshop earns International Coach Federation Continuing Coaching Education credits.

Who Should Attend:
People who want to learn coaching from a Gestalt perspective. Coaches, therapists, organizational and business consultants, leaders, trainers, teachers, HR professionals, and any others that are interested in coaching.

Please check program calendar or contact us for future dates.

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