AC Australia Webinar Series - Daring to Coach the Childhood Story
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AC Australia Webinar Series - Daring to Coach the Childhood Story

 Export to Your Calendar 20/06/2019 to 18/07/2019
When: Thursdays, 20 June and 18 July 2019
17.00 AEST / 08.00 BST
Where: ONLINE WEBINAR SERIES
Australia
Presenter: Dr Sarah Hill, Author, Coach and Co-owner of Dialogix Ltd
Contact: Marcella Lazarus, Webinar Coordinator


Online registration is available until: 18/07/2019
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Speaker

Dr Sarah Hill, Author, Coach and Co-owner of Dialogix Ltd

Format

Two 60-minute interactive online seminars and post session resources.

Webinars

20 June: Daring to coach the childhood story (Part 1)

18 July:  Daring to coach the childhood story (Part 2)

Course Rate

Members: £32 (AU$60*) + VAT (for European participants)

Non-members (including 1-year of AC Associate Membership**): £82 (AU$150*) + VAT

* Approximate currency conversion based on rates at the time of publishing. Please note that you will be charged in British Pounds.

**Associate membership will be processed upon registering for the event and your membership details sent to you via email within 7 days


Daring to Coach the Childhood Story: Plumbing the depths of shadow behaviour, high stakes reactivity and invisible realities 

In this two-part interactive webinar series, Sarah Hill PhD, will facilitate an exploration of the place and purpose of exploring a leader’s childhood story and the importance of a coach rolling up their sleeves and going to work on their own Story too. She will also outline a practical framework for doing childhood story work and highlight some of the core components for safely entering this territory with clients.

Her premise is that every leader in the world is shaped by their formative experiences. Whether they are aware of it or not, their earliest memories are influencing the way they show up; how they interact with others and what triggers their greatest reactivity particularly when they are in high stakes.

Exceptional leadership coaches are able to skillfully solicit the childhood story that underpins a leader’s characteristic behaviour, helping them access an unprecedented depth of understanding about themselves. Gaining command of this story can be singularly the most transformative act any leader may experience in a coaching relationship.

In an overt demonstration of the work coaches must do themselves before working with others in this sphere. Sarah will weave her own childhood story through the content of the sessions, creating a unique tapestry of experience.

Sarah’s book, ‘Where Did You Learn To Behave Like That?’ has already been endorsed by Douglas Stone & Sheila Heen, Best-Selling Authors of ‘Difficult Conversations’ and Lecturers at Harvard Law School who write:

“Moving, sometimes frightening and beautifully told…..With courage and compassion, Sarah Hill shares her own deeply moving story, and offers a model for what change looks like.”


In this webinar series you will learn:

  • A practical framework for doing childhood story work
  • The core components for safely entering this territory with clients
  • The importance of gaining command of your own Story before working with others.


 Topics and schedule for the webinar series

**Live webinars will take place at 17.00 AEST / 08.00 BST on the above-mentioned dates.

Webinar 1: Daring to coach the childhood story (Part 1)
In this first webinar Dr. Sarah Hill will provide an outline of her framework and answer questions from participants.

Webinar 2: Daring to coach the childhood story (Part 2)
In the second webinar Dr. Sarah Hill will discuss how to enter childhood story work with clients and will draw on real examples with participants, exploring how to approach different scenarios.

 


Resources

Following each webinar, participants will have access to the session recording and a copy of the slides.

The speaker will share an iCloud podcast series on working with childhood story and copies of blogs.

 


Speaker Bio

Dr. Sarah Hill is a Co-Owner at Dialogix Ltd. Her early career in a wide range of different sectors in the UK formed the basis for the behavioural work she does globally today as a Dialogue and Structural Dynamics Interventionist with individuals, teams and across whole systems. She coaches CEOs and Senior Leaders from a range of different cultures and countries, within large and small, corporate and not-for-profit organisations. Through her experience as a supervisor of coaches and practitioners in this field she has been described as the "consultant's consultant". 

Sarah is author of "Where Did You Learn To Behave Like That?". What led to the book was her support for the notion that behind every leader’s behaviour is a childhood story that can be a force for good, but also has the potential to wreak havoc, particularly when under pressure. Working globally, she is an internationally recognised expert in childhood story work. She is also Co-Author of “The Tao of Dialogue”, which was published in 2019.

 


Price and special offers

As with all AC continuous professional development events, the fees are offered at a very good value, with an extra special price for AC members. This series has been designed with Australian coaches and professionals in mind, and at aan Australian friendly time, – at the end of the working day, before your evening begins.

AC Members: £32 (AU$60*) + VAT (for European participants)

Non-members (including 1-year of AC Associate Membership): £82 (AU$150*) + VAT (for European participants)

** Approximate currency conversion based on rates at the time of publishing. Please note that you will be charged in British Pounds.

 

For this price, you get:

  • 2 x 60-minute interactive virtual seminars with Dr. Sarah Hill, at an eastern Australian friendly time;
  • Post resources to explore the concepts and apply your learning:
  • Recordings of all webinars and a copy of the slides for your own library;
  • A Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Certificate at the end of the series;
  • One-year Associate Membership with the Association for Coaching (if you are not already a member).

 

For any questions, please contact Marcella Lazarus, Webinar Coordinator at marcella@associationforcoaching.com





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