A Unique Opportunity
to develop your leadership skills
16th & 17th June 2022
Live in Ireland for the first time
Trinity College Business School,
Luce Hall, Pearse St,
Dublin 2, D02 H308
Topics covered will include:
Bringing out the best in yourself and others through "loving disruption"
How a deeper understanding of the principles behind the human experience impacts performance and results
Why facilitating client insight is always more impactful than sharing your best strategies and suggestions
Unpicking both the spoken and unspoken "rules" of coaching to get a sense of how much more is possible than you already see, even if you already see a ton of possibility
Coaching from the place where the rubber meets the road - how coaching theory actually works in practice
A two day masterclass with internationally renowned
"supercoach" Michael Neill to take your skills
to the next level and beyond…
Michael has spent more than three decades as a coach, and is consistently ranked as one of the world's top coaches.
- Paula Thomas, Yay CanDo Podcast
General Admission Ticket
Ticket price for general admission for two day training and will include tea and coffee and a light lunch. Day one 9:30am - 5:00pm. Registration from 9:00am on Thursday morning. Day two 10:00am - 5:00pm.
EMCC Ireland Member-only Discount
Ticket price for member admission for two day training and will include tea and coffee and a light lunch. Day one 9:30am - 5:00pm. Registration from 9:00am on Thursday morning. Day two 10:00am - 5:00pm.
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The Science of Transformation
Level One - Uncovering a Solid Foundation
Whether you’re new to coaching or have been in the game for years, the single biggest factor in your future success is the extent to which your work is grounded in universal truth. While beliefs and models can be fascinating to explore and at times helpful with your clients, they are also pretty hit and miss in practice and rarely lead to lasting change. This in turn leads to clients wondering why they can’t maintain their gains and leaves coaches to struggling with impostor syndrome, constantly trying to convince themselves that they’re worthy and continually worrying about how to justify their fees. If this is you, you’ve probably got a sense that you could be really good at this along with the occasional sinking feeling that you’re not really making as much of a difference as you’d like. Your next step is simply to take a deeper look at the basics – your “come from” and your “point to”.
Level Two – Gaining Experience
Sometimes, the next step in your development as a coach is just to work with more people, do more coaching, and begin to develop a reliable feel for the difference between genuine impact and “rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic”. If this is your next level, then these two days will be an opportunity to meaningfully commit to that process and clear
Level Three - Developing Mastery
There comes a certain point in everyone’s coaching career where the question changes from “is it working?” to “how can I make it work even more impactfully and elegantly with even more different kinds of people?” If you’re at this level, you’ve been in the game long enough to have accumulated numerous happy clients, some killer testimonials, and the awareness that no matter how great people think you are, you’re never more than halfway up the infinite ladder of your potential. For you, the next step is to raise your game by taking on teachers, mentors, coaches, and clients who will challenge your beliefs about the edge of what’s possible and force you to take an honest inventory of the how you’re doing in yourself and the difference between “really helpful” and “transformative”.