Join Jeff Hull and Gabriella Rosen Kellerman to discuss Kellerman's new book, Tomorrowmind, co-authored with Martin Seligman, on the five skills essential for personal and professional success in a workplace of uncertainty, volatility, and isolation. In this LinkedIn Live session, Kellerman will focus on the key coaching takeaways from the book, and how to use it to transform your client's relationship to the more challenging features of today's world of work.
What do you do when clients find themselves stuck in a painful story? Exploring forgiveness as a path for getting unstuck and progressing towards goals can often be overlooked. In a world of irreconcilable differences, hidden offenses and overt unforgiveness, discovering how to move clients beyond blocks can prove to be a daunting task. Forgiveness is not only about actionizing the self to restore inner balance, it can also liberate clients toward a personal evolution.
In their book Tomorrowmind, authors Gabriella Rosen Kellerman and Martin Seligman outline the five skills essential for personal and professional success in a workplace of uncertainty, volatility, and isolation. These five PRISM powers - prospection, resilience, innovation, social connection, and mattering - can all be developed, and are best built through coaching.
Learn to discern how your client’s internal landscape shows up in their narratives and how you can coach them for greater awareness that leads to greater choice.
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Wendy-Ann Smith and Jonathan Passmore will discuss ethical practice, maturity and coaching with professional integrity based on their latest publication: The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook: A Guide to Developing Ethical Maturity in Practice with the voices of leading names in the field of coaching, scholarship, and ethical thinking.
Save the date for the next Asia Roundtable on September 21st at 7:00PM SG/HK time. Our aim is to bring the rich research resources from IOC and contextualize it in an Asian perspective.
Learn to systematically integrate culture into your coaching with individuals, teams, and organizations to make the most of alternative cultural perspectives for expanded awareness, greater creativity, and increased unity.
Save the date for the next Asia Roundtable on December 21st at 7:00PM SG/HK time. Our aim is to bring the rich research resources from IOC and contextualize it in an Asian perspective.
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