COACHING FOR SELF-SUFFICIENCY Seattle, WA
Presented By:Non-Profit Staff Development Coalition (NPSDC)
CEUs/Clock Hours:Workshop certificate documents hours of instruction toward Continuing Education Units. Clock-hour forms are available free upon completion of the workshop.
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9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Seattle, WA, 98144
map | directions
- Get onto Interstate-90
- Take the Rainier Avenue South exit
- At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Rainier Avenue South
- Turn left onto South Massachusetts Street
- Turn right onto 24th Avenue South
- The building is several blocks down, just past South Hill Street
NPSDC Member Organization:
$100 per participant (for 1 -5 staff from member organization)
$90 per participant (for 6 or more staff from member organization)
$149 per participant
This one-day workshop introduces the framework for conducting conversations that lead to client behavioral change and increased self-efficacy. To address the effects of scarcity and other barriers that clients face, participants will learn how to respond to client ambivalence using various coaching interventions relating to the stages of change.
This workshop also covers an exploration of executive skills, which is the ability to organize, plan, control reactions, and get things done. These skills play an important role in clients’ success in setting and achieving goals and the ability to exit poverty.
Participants will learn to identify ‘work-arounds’ that reduce the impact of weak executive skills and increase client momentum towards desired outcomes.
After this training, participants will feel more confident in using “coaching moments” as a viable intervention to help clients to establish goals and gain momentum towards greater self-sufficiency.
Content topics include:
• The Coaching Mindset
• The Coaching Conversation
• Behavioral Economics and the Effects of Scarcity
• Goal Setting and The Path to Self-Sufficiency
• The Impact of Diminished Executive Function Skills and Goal Attainment
• How to Respond to the Client’s Stages of Change
• Increasing Stick-to-itiveness: ‘Doing With’ versus ‘Doing For’
- Know the framework for and have the ability to conduct a coaching conversation
- Be able to describe the distinctions of coaching from counseling, consulting and mentoring
- Gain competencies on how to use various coaching tools to aid coaching conversations for the purpose of enhancing the client’s ability to follow through and take actions
- Know how to use and leverage existing strengths, qualities, experiences and values to enhance the coaching relationship