Webinar: Dialogic Intelligence: A Research and Framework for Fast-Forwarding Your Coaching

Haesun Moon
June 10, 2019 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Coaching is a precise process of curating and fostering change. Contrary to the popular belief that coaching works in mysterious ways, evidence-based research demonstrates that the process of curating itself can be made visible to the level of the smallest unit of exchange between coach and client: the dialogical interaction. Coaching as dialogue is not an individual behavior but an interactive space, and the coordination of moment-by-moment micro-interactions can be described and observed. In this highly practical webinar, the research behind a simple yet profound framework called the Dialogic Orientation Quadrant will be introduced as a useful tool for coaching praxis, research and pedagogy. Participants will gain valuable skills to bring even more rigor to their coaching practice and deepen their knowledge of how coaching really works. 

Participants will learn:

  • What differentiates an effective coaching dialogue from all the others
  • How does effective dialogue accelerate the change process for coach and coachee
  • How does each participant (coach and coachee) contribute to making dialogue work

Presenter: Haesun Moon

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Haesun Moon is a leading expert and educator on evidence-based coaching and the use of language in transforming workplace dialogues. She has authored both academic books and practice-oriented manuals for dialogic intelligence including Appreciative and Relational Practices in Healthcare through the TAOS Institute. Her academic and professional research in coaching dialogues and pedagogy from the University of Toronto introduced a simple coaching model, Dialogic Orientation Quadrant (DOQ), that has transformed the way people coach and learn coaching worldwide. As an educator, she is currently providing faculty development and leadership learning to interprofessional and interdisciplinary organizations worldwide. Haesun teaches at the University of Toronto and serves as Executive Director at the Canadian Centre for Brief Coaching. She can be reached at [email protected].