Skills Development: Health Coaching: Bumping into unhealthy clients? How best to spot & respond
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Skills Development: Health Coaching: Bumping into unhealthy clients? How best to spot & respond

As coaches, we need to be at our best in order to help others. The quality in the way we coach comes first from the quality of our own vitality and wellbeing. Likewise, as coaches, more and more in our busy work and lives we come across health issues in our clients. The question is how to respond, both within ourselves and with the client? Join Jane Keep to find out more. Members £25 Non-members £45 (including VAT)

 Export to Your Calendar 11/09/2017
When: Monday 11th September 2017
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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The Kings Hotel,
Oxford Road,
Stokenchurch
High Wycombe,, Buckinghamshire  HP14 3TA
United Kingdom
Presenter: Jane Keep
Contact: Sally Bullock


Online registration is available until: 11/09/2017
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About this event:

Health Coaching is an emerging niche, valuable and worthwhile for coachees and offering a huge opportunity for the professional development of coaches. Without our own healthy foundation, the impact of health coaching on others may not be as effective – after all, as coaches is there not potential for us to offer inspiration to clients to maximize the effect of health coaching?

Our Coaching Skills Development CPD Workshop is suitable for coaches working in health coaching across the spectrum of wellness, stress management and health coaching  It will also be relevant for coaches with associated experience considering moving into health coaching and those who want to be better prepared in their own health and assisting clients presenting health issues.

This event will look at our health and coaching and maximizing our productivity, as well as consideration as to what enables others to reinvigorate their health and wellbeing. The event will also touch on organizational health, team health and leader health. We will look at what inspires others to deepen their self-care, and how to support sustainable change to health and wellbeing – as a coach or as a client. In addition we will consider practical physical and physiological aspects of health and wellbeing for productivity gain at work and in life using a variety of tools, questions, and exercises. As our physical body is the instrument through which we work (whether as a coach or as a coachee – no matter what industry or role we play in life) the physical body is our greatest practical tool in life – what better than to consider how best to maintain it, and apply it as we work!

This workshop will first explore quality in relation to our own self-care, health and vitality as coaches, in addition to exploring health coaching and coaching for health.  This event will be highly participative introducing some relevant theories, practical tools and coaching approaches as well as considerations on ethics and integrity.  Jane has spoken for us previously and has been described as 'inspiring' - we very much look forward to welcoming her. 

Speaker Bio:

Jane Keep is a strategic and hands-on Organisational Development coach and a Health coach.  Jane has an extensive background gained across Organisational Change, Leadership, Management & Personal Development, Board Member & Executive Coaching and Employee Engagement across the Healthcare and wider Public Sector industry sectors.  She gained her Phd in 2013 in ‘developing self care at work’ using coaches, and NHS staff as a case in point.  She is also trained in acupuncture, sacred esoteric healing, and has a diploma in anatomy & physiology, diploma in nutrition studies and diploma in health coaching.  Her coaching practice includes supervising coaches. She has presented on resilience and self-care at work to over 3,000 NHS staff and their teams in the last few years. She also focuses on the physical body as the productivity edge in our work and life.

Attendance qualifies for CPD and a Certificate will be emailed to you after the event.  We look forward to seeing you there!

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