For many coaches, there are universal issues that their clients face: relationships in and out of work that are on the fritz, the affliction of doomscrolling and lack of engagement, navigating major loss and grief, and being held back by past hurts, that extend all the way to childhood. In order to move through these pain points and unleash connection, healing, and personal growth, coaches must find a way to explore topics that elicit BIG feelings in their clients, like fear, anxiety, and discomfort. Thankfully, there's one capability that we're all born with, that we can level up like a muscle, that can help us to courageously face the challenges in our lives: curiosity. It's a practice that, according to evidence-based research, has the promise to improve our relationships, well-being, happiness, and life satisfaction. However, in order to gain all of these benefits, we can't just use a run-of-the-mill curiosity like "ask more questions." We have to practice what researcher and author Scott Shigeoka calls "deep curiosity": a search for understanding that transforms us from the inside-out. In this webinar, Scott will share what deep curiosity is, how to practice it yourself, and how to inspire your clients to do the same through his four-phase "DIVE" model—Detach, Intend, Value, Embrace—so that we can all build the courage to be transformed for the better by the people, places, and experiences we encounter. Order Scott’s book SEEK: How Curiosity Can Transform Your Life and Change the World Continuing Education Credits: This webinar is approved for 1 CEU from The International Coaching Federation (ICF) (1 Core Competency), National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC), EMCC Global, Association for Coaching and Wellcoaches. In order to receive credit you must attend live and complete a survey after the webinar (emailed the day after the webinar). Watching a recording will not qualify you for CEUs. Meet Our Speaker Scott Shigeoka Scott Shigeokais an internationally recognized curiosity expert, speaker, and the author of SEEK: How Curiosity Can Transform Your Life and Change the World. He is known for translating research into strategies that promote positive well-being and connected relationships around the globe, including at the UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center and through his groundbreaking courses at the University of Texas at Austin. Scott implements his curiosity practices in the public sector, Fortune 500 companies, Hollywood, media organizations, education institutions, and small businesses.