Lunch and Learn with David Drake:From Velcro to Velocity: The Art of Getting Unstuck

  • Thursday, August 29, 2019
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom Room
  • 58

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August 29, 2019, 12 noon PST 

Presented by

David Drake, PhD
 
CCEUs 1.5 Core Competency 

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

Description of Webinar

Becoming more masterful as a coach is about deepening our radical presence to what is unfolding as we work with clients. This requires a shift to see coaching as a process of structured emergence rather than a set of steps we guide clients through. It is an invitation to stand with them at the doorstep, the threshold, of the unknown as they embark on their journey of discovery and development.

What you will learn:

The session will offer you strategies for freeing yourself so that you can do the same for your clients. You will how learn how to get unstuck by releasing what is holding you back and decluttering your approach — so you can use that energy to make changes in your life or practice that are important to you. Where are you stuck? What is holding you back? What would become possible for you and for your clients if you could transform these stories? 



    About David

    David began his career as an educator and grief worker. He drew from his rich background to develop innovative methods for facilitating transformative change using people’s own stories. David is well-known as the founder of narrative coaching, and he has taught this work to practitioners in over 60 countries. He brings a compassionate presence, a keen mind and an insightful artistry to his work with people.

    He is a Fellow and Thought Leader for the Institute of Coaching at Harvard. David is the author of over 50 publications, including as lead editor of The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching (2008), co-editor of SAGE Handbook of Coaching (2016), and author of Narrative Coaching: The Definitive Guide to Bringing New Stories to Life (2018).

     

    David has used his pioneering work in integrative development and narrative coaching to support change, leadership and coaching initiatives in over 70 organizations—including Dropbox, Google, Nike, PwC, and many state and federal government agencies. To extend this legacy, the Institute is developing new programs to reimagine coaching, develop practitioners and address the issue of our time.


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