Coaching by Differentiating Facts Versus Stories with Brit Poulson

  • Monday, April 29, 2019
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom Room - Access will be provided upon registration
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April 29, 2019, 12 noon - 1:30 pm PST  

Presented by

Brit Poulson, Ph.D
CCEUs 1.0 Core Competency and 0.5 Resource Development

Members $15, Non-members $25
Hosted by ICF Washington State

Description of Webinar

During the webinar we shall cover:

1. What reality maps are and why they matter.

2. How blind spots block us from acting on our intentions.

3. Quick introduction to the Clarity Compass Tool.

4. The Facts vs. Stories Polarity of the Clarity Compass.

What you will learn:

  • Asking powerful questions and active listening to assist clients in separating facts from stories.
  • Exploring how coachees can create more powerful stories.
  • Improving capacity for imaginative, resourceful, creative thinking with clients.
  • Moving past blind spots, generating increased awareness of self and other.

    This is going to be a highly experiential webinar.

    You will have the opportunity to volunteer to experience coaching and work with the peer coach on the real situation.

    Please think of the situation/case you want to work on during this webinar.

    About Brit:

    Brit is the owner and principal of Clarity Compass Consulting,, a leadership consulting firm specializing in transformative executive coaching and leadership development programs. Brit has been integrating the fields of management consulting, business psychology, and leadership coaching since 1983. Brit earned a Ph.D. in psychodynamic and group psychology at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. He also has an M.A. in human growth and potential from the University of West Georgia and a B.A. in accounting and Business Administration from Troy State University. Brit has been a psychology professor at four different U.S. universities and at Nankai University in China, as well as instructing at Inlingua in Italy. Brit’s rich experience includes his work as a Dale Carnegie course instructor, public speaker, psychotherapist in private practice, corporate trainer and executive coach. Brit was the lead facilitator for all of LIOS/Saybrook University public programs and is adjunct faculty for both the clinical and leadership masters programs. Brit’s combination of business expertise, human compassion, and incisive questions help his clients achieve unprecedented results. Book Author: “The Clarity Compass: See More Clearly. Have Creative Conversations. Live the Life You Want.” In the Media: Brit has appeared as an expert for a number of media outlets across television, print, and radio including ABC’s First Coast News, CBS Boston and the American Management Association. You can read more and access archives of Brit’s media events at

    He has provided leadership support to organizations such as Philips Healthcare; Rabobank (De Lage Landen); T-Mobile; Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt; Immunex/Amgen; Microsoft; ARRYVE Consulting; IDRI; Philips Consumer Lifestyle; Xerox of Canada; Canadian Pacific Railway; Blue Cross Blue Shield;; and many others.