Collaborative Conversations with Masters: Effective Behaviour Choices for Coaches and their Clients
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Collaborative Conversations with Masters: Effective Behaviour Choices for Coaches and their Clients

15/06/2018
When: Friday 15th June 2018
13hrs00 BST
Where: ONLINE WEBINAR
Contact: Smaranda Dochia, Director of Digital Learning & Events


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Speaker

Valerie Fawcett and Rona Rowe

Hosts

Darren Robson, CFO, Association for Coaching (AC)

Smaranda Dochia, Director of Digital Learning & Events

Format

60 minute lunch-time webinar

Date & time

15th June 2018 @ 13hrs00 BST

Program Rate

Exclusive Member Benefit: Complimentary to AC members
Not an AC Member yet? Join our community and benefit from this and other digital learning programmes at no cost or for discounted rate. More info here.

 

Collaborative Conversations with Masters programme

To reach a level of professional mastery takes time, focus and practice. We invite you to join the Collaborative Conversations with Masters programme to:

  • Develop as a coach, grow your practice and create a lasting legacy
  • Raise your own personal and professional profile
  • Engage with a vibrant and knowledge rich global coaching community

The Collaborative Conversations with Masters is a Digital Learning initiative of the AC, offering our community access to thought leadership and online learning on a varied range of topics.


Effective Behaviour Choices for Coaches and their Clients  

In coaching, we are often helping people to gain insights into their own behaviours and those of others in order to work or live together in more rewarding and effective ways. The Functional Fluency model promotes people’s ability to gain these insights by describing the behaviours we use when we are being effective as managers, colleagues, friends, partners or parents, and the ineffective behaviours which waste our energy and can cause unhelpful conflict and a lack of self-respect. It also guides people in how to make the behavioural changes they need to develop.

Valerie Fawcett and Rona Rowe will introduce how they have used the Functional Fluency model and its accompanying behavioural profiling tool (TIFF) in coaching people at all levels in organisations. They will provide details of the model which will enable you to use it in your own coaching relationships. You will have the opportunity to ask questions to help you think about how Functional Fluency might be useful for your particular client base.


In this webinar, we will interview Valerie and Rona to find out:

  1. The Fabulous Five behaviours which enable relationships to thrive
  2. The four Purple Pitfall behaviours we all fall into and how to get out of them
  3. How to be a “functionally fluent” coach and use Functional Fluency with your clients
     

Preparation 

Come with open mind and a willingness to be curious and playful.

Be ready to join in and share your own reflections, experiences and questions.


SPEAKER BIOS

fawcett-vv01Valerie Fawcett is an experienced coach and trainer of coaches. She works with managers and leaders on developing their practice through coaching and training using Functional Fluency and other models from Transactional Analysis.  She is also a workplace mediator. 

Valerie believes that managers’ self-awareness and understanding of how to use their strengths and develop effective behaviour in their relationships is the best foundation for success. She has recently used Functional Fluency and TIFF individual profiling as a key learning tool in the Brookes Leadership Programme at Oxford Brookes University.

 


Rona Rowe head shotRona Rowe is an independent leadership coach and learning consultant who works with individuals and teams in the private and public sector to expand their capacity to think creatively, communicate with clarity and maximise the effectiveness of their working alliances. She is particularly interested in how leaders and managers recognise their behaviours as enabling or diminishing and how they can shift their attitudes to sustain more effective choices. Rona’s view is that a self-aware and self-regulating leadership enables more resilient teams and client-focussed organisations. Recently she has been working in collaboration with Restorative Justice practitioners on conflict resolution between teams. Earlier this year, she co-published a research report with Egremont International I Stone & River, entitled The Art of Not-Knowing, Leading in an Age of Uncertainty.

Rona is trained in organisational and counselling Transactional Analysis and uses the Functional Fluency model to support the development of her clients’ effective working alliances and reflect on her practice.

Learn more about Functional Fluency and the TIFF Profiling tool here: www.functionalfluency.com where you will find articles and other resources.


Price and special offers

Exclusive Member Benefit: Complimentary to AC members
Not an AC Member yet? 
Join our community and benefit from this and other digital learning programmes at no cost or for discounted rate. More info on how to join us and other member benefits here.

Join us and you will gain access to:

  • 60 minute interactive webinar, hosted by Darren Robson;
  • Recording of the session and access to any materials shared;
  • A digital community of peers who share the same challenges and have similar goals

For any questions, please contact Smaranda Dochia, Director of Digital Learning & Events at smaranda@associationforcoaching.com

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