This workshop is aimed at coaches who have clients who are students of any age. Our clients might be learning in a formal setting as an undergraduate or postgraduate; learning when taking professional examinations necessary for their career (often whilst working full-time), such as in accountancy and banking; or learning when undertaking CPD. Furthermore, many clients consider themselves ‘students of life’ and have an openness towards learning and changing in a more informal sense.
Following Natalie Lancer’s AC Webinar exploring the different issues that students bring to coaching compared to other clients, in this workshop, she will share her tools and techniques she has devised around her Eight Tension Framework. Since the participants are students (of this CPD), they can expect to try them out on each other and reflect on how this toolkit can be modified to use in their own coaching practice.
In this skills development day you will learn:
- Natalie Lancer’s Eight Tensions Framework as a tool for working with students
- Tools and techniques relevant to coaching students
- The different issues that students bring to coaching compared to other clients
- How the coaching relationship changes when our clients are students
- How this toolkit can be modified to use in your own coaching practice.
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 (www.natalielancer.com) in 2010, specialising in career coaching for young adults drawing on her 11 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 and has developed the Eight Tensions Framework.
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.
AC member: £25 + VAT.
Non AC member: £40+ VAT
Attendance qualifies for CPD and a certificate will be emailed to you post-event.
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