A day-long event open to all.
In the morning there are parallel sessions for those new to Integral Development Coaching and those who've already attended our training. After lunch, both groups join together in an enlivening exploration on the special topic of the day.
For those new to our work: An introduction to Integral Development Coaching
A session specially designed to learn about our approach to coaching and experience new methods for working with yourself and clients. There’ll be a 30 min coaching demonstration, working with someone from the audience.
For those who’ve attended our courses: What’s your story? A perspective on the body in Integral Development Coaching
“Energy, body, and language are intimately linked, and as a unity they become the cause of our life. The body we are is the life we live. Our narratives, belief systems, world views, bodily contractions, streamings, pulsations, and a yearning for that which is beyond the self all live in the body. These experiences shape our mood, our actions, our perceptions, our way of being – and our bodies”. Richard Strozzi Heckler
This workshop, led by PCC graduate Bobby Davis, will explore how these ideas resonate with each of our personal stories and how they can support coaches working more powerfully, sensitively and effectively with our clients.
For everyone: Getting it done – strengthening our will
Only a tiny proportion of New Year’s resolutions are fulfilled. Consequently, most people have given up making them. Many of us don’t feel we can fulfil our intentions in areas of our life. Perhaps we are powerful at work but fall down at home. Maybe we are focused with our finances but can’t get our exercise plan going. Maybe we have long-term projects and dreams that we keep postponing.
This is not a moral topic or a matter of innate characteristics. Instead there are practices we can take on that will build our will. We can unravel the complicated, sticky stories we tell that explain what we are not doing. We can undo the self-image we have of being someone who has power in only part of life, or perhaps no power, no say at all in what we accomplish.
Please join us as we step into this topic at the centre of our life with exercises, practices, and recommended reading.
When & Where
An integral approach to coaching
Our integral approach to coaching is a powerful way of working with people that aims to make a pragmatic and profound contribution to individuals, organisations and society. Our coaches become skilled at working with clients in a way which frees them up to bring their intentions into their work and wider life with dignity, humanity and skilfulness.