Coaching Mastery including Provocative Coaching

A 2 day programme in Edinburgh hosted by Lesley McDonald

IMG-20160215-WA0040-01October 4th and 5th Price £400 Sue has studied Coaching with some of the Masters – Gene Early, Frank Farrelly (master of Provocative Therapy and David Grove – source of Clean Questions. What she promotes and demonstrates is how to be entirely client centred (rather than process oriented). She works at the level of Identity and Purpose and humour plays a large part in the strategies for provoking change. And as an NLP Master Trainer she brings her skill in spotting patterns and the significance of those patterns for our work and our lives. By being a part of this programme you will learn how to

  • make coaching a life style so that you are learning mutually with everyone with whom you have contact
  • discover how to recognise the patterns that support and the patterns that hinder us in being the truth of who we are
  • connect with the essence of those around you and create the space in which they can choose to express that truth
  • hold space for others in which they can be safe, trusting and discovering the essence of who they are
  • inspire others to discover their true self and purpose in the world.
  • challenge others to step into the decision to be their true self in an instant
  • not only show the answer but also how to be the answer
  • reveal how our language not only mirrors but also creates the experiences that we have in life and how by exploring the options we have with the words we use we can enrich our world
  • find the state with which to coach others by taking the patterns that you recognise in them and applying them to self
  • accept others non judgementally so that they can discover the talents of excellence behind all behaviours
  • give non-judgemental observational feedback that raises awareness in such a way that the recipient of the feedback has a choice in the way that they respond to the world
  • conversely use mock judgement as a way of provoking learning
  • play the ‘devil’s advocate’ to encourage your clients’ ownership of their experience
  • support others to recognise their incongruent and congruent states and therefore choose which one they access and when
  • enable others to increasingly take ownership of their experiences in life and manage themselves to achieve what they really want
  • introduce humour as a way of stimulating change and learning
  • how to provoke a healthy response to life

You can expect this programme to be totally experiential To book on this programme contact Lesley McDonald  by clicking this booking link or call Lesley on mobile 07986 586283

%22If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you.%22

Oscar Wilde, The Nightingale and the Rose