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  • Gestalt Coach Training - Foundation Module - Spring 2019

    Date: Tuesday 7 - Thursday 9 May and Tuesday 4 - Thursday 6 June 2019

     

    Price: £1,470.00
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    Increase your capacity to successfully apply essential people skills!

    In a climate where leaders and managers are expected to do more with less, applying your coaching skills with expertise and confidence will help you and those you lead to better thrive, both personally and professionally. This successful six-day programme is led by Ronnie McEwanChris Partridge and Paul Cummings; three accomplished trainers, who between them have over 75 years experience as coaches, trainers and facilitators.

    This highly experiential and participative training brings Gestalt theory to life.  We adopt an appreciative, process-
    orientated approach, blending both theory and practice to provide a potent catalyst for developing skill and knowledge in the pursuit of significantly enhancing your people skills. 

    In using and developing coaching skills, you will heighten your capacity to successfully apply essential people skills, regardless of your role. Coaching provides a powerful set of skills, knowledge and understanding to equip you to support and develop people more effectively - especially through periods of change.

    With plenty of opportunities to practice and receive invaluable feedback from peers and experienced trainers, this programme provides you with the resources and knowledge to make a significant difference in your performance as a coach, leader or manager.

    Uniquely, all trainers on this programme have a solid theoretical understanding of Gestalt theory and practice, are credentialed as Professional Certified Coaches (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF) and are Certified Professional Facilitators (CPF) with the International Association of Facilitators (IAF). 

    Benefits

    Participants on the Gestalt Coach Training - Foundation Module will:


    o Enhance their knowledge and understanding of coaching and coaching skills
    o Develop competence and assurance in using a coaching approach
    o Increase their ability to facilitate change and purposeful action 
    o Learn from the opportunity to practise coaching skills
    o Reflect on and identify individual competency and growing edge as well as receive 
            feedback on coaching skills
    o Develop an understanding of key Gestalt theories and concepts 

    Format

    This six day programme is delivered over two months (2 modules of 3 days) to give participants maximum opportunity to apply the skills and learning in the workplace.  Programme Outline available here and Programme Overview available here.

    Who is this programme for?

    For managers, team leaders, facilitators, consultants and others who want to develop and extend their ability to more effectively support and develop people especially through periods of change.  It is for those who want to add Coaching Skills to their tool kit and increase their impact through the skillful use of a coaching approach.

    Dates   

    Tuesday 7, Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 May and Tuesday 4, Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 June 2019


    Times


    9.30am – 5.30pm

    Accredited Training Hours

    This programme is accredited by the ICF for 42 Approved Coaching Specific Training Hours (ACSTH).   

    Participant Experiences

    The course pace did not feel fast, but t I learned a vast amount, particularly through the practice sessions.  I found Kinharvie's facilitators to be both challenging and supportive. Feedback and questioning by the facilitators (and the other participants), along with group discussion and reflection, helped me to process what I was learning and gain new a perspective. There was also time built in for reflection and journalling, which really helped me to embed what I had learned.

    Carole Jackson, Protective Services Manager at Aberdeen City Council