Collaborative Conversations with Masters: Coaching students and life-long learners
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Collaborative Conversations with Masters:  Coaching students and life-long learners

20/09/2019
When: Friday, 20th September 2019
8.00 EDT / 13.00 BST / 14.00 CET / 20.00 SGT / 22.00 AEST
Where: ONLINE WEBINAR
Contact: Smaranda Dochia, Director of Digital Learning & Events


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Speaker

Natalie Lancer, Coaching Psychologist

Hosts

Darren Robson, CFO, Association for Coaching (AC)

Smaranda Dochia, Director of Digital Learning & Events

Format

60 minute interactive live webinar
**Webinar recording and additional resources will be made available to all registered

Date & time

20 September 2019 @ 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.


Coaching students and life-long learners

As coaches, our clients have many roles and one of those is often being a ‘student’. This might be in a formal learning setting, at university; learning for taking professional examinations or Continuous Professional Development. Many clients consider themselves ‘life-time students’ and have an openness towards learning and changing in a more informal sense. 

Often, an implication of learning and studying is that the client is looking to progress and improve themselves and may reconsidering their future. 

This leads us to consider: :

  • Do ‘students’ have different issues that they bring to coaching compared to other clients? 
  • How do we coach these ‘students’? 
  • Does the coaching relationship change when our clients are ‘students’?

Natalie Lancer has spent the last seven years researching this topic in her Ph.D. in Psychology at Birkbeck, University of London. She has created a framework to enable coaches to understand the tensions that students experience when they are studying and thinking about their future. 

This webinar will be useful and thought-provoking for any coach who has already coached a student (of any description) or who intend to coach “life-long learners”.  



In this webinar, we will interview Natalie Lancer to find out:

  • What is unique about coaching students (from undergraduate and postgraduate to people studying for professional examinations, to people undertaking CPD)?
  • How is the coaching relationship different when coaching students?
  • What is the “Eight Tensions Framework” and how can coaches implement it?

Preparation & Resources

Preparation: 
Participants are asked to consider which of their clients are students, from undergraduate and postgraduate to people studying for professional examinations, to people undertaking CPD and the types of issues they bring to their coaching sessions.

Resources: 

Natalie will share her Eight Tensions Framework with registered participants. The recording of the webinar will also be made available. 


Speaker Bio

Natalie Lancer, MA (Oxon), PGCE, MA (Lond), Dip Psych (Open)

Natalie is an accredited coach and a member of the Association for Coaching. She is the Secretary of the British Psychological Society’s Special Group in Coaching Psychology. She started her own coaching practice in 2010, specialising in career coaching for young adults drawing on her 13 years in various roles within schools, such as Assistant Head and Director of Higher Education.

She co-authored a book on Coaching Techniques – Lancer, N., Clutterbuck, D. and Megginson, D. (2016). Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring (2nd edn). Oxford: Routledge. Natalie is finishing her doctorate in Psychology at Birkbeck College, University of London, in which she researches how coaching impacts students’ personal growth at university.


Find out more about Natalie on her website here


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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