Who should attend
This hands-on workshop is aimed at experienced Coaches (Internal and External) and Consultants who are actively working with clients that are at risk from the impact of stress.
About the course
AN INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP PROVIDING COACHES WITH A ROADMAP ON HOW TO SUPPORT COACHEES TO IDENTIFY AND TO BETTER MANAGE THEIR STRESS.
Stress remains a taboo and can be a difficult topic for individuals to open-up about. Using a research-based coaching approach, this workshop creates a framework for supportive coaching conversations focused on identifying and mitigating stress, articulating factors that may lead to burnout, and developing positive mental health.
The aim is to give you confidence to address stress and well-being· issues with your coachees, thus developing their selfawareness and a healthier performance.
What will i learn?
By the end of the Coaching Workshop you will be able to:
- Understand stress prevalence and key stress models, causes and effects of stress, including mental health challenges.
- Understand and carry out Emotional Triaging effectively in your ongoing coaching practice.
- Apply the Stress APGAR coaching framework to support coachees to identify and address stress challenges, and understand appropriate follow-up steps.
- Apply Motivational Interviewing as a coaching technique to create behavioural change for positive well-being and healthier performance.
Module 1 Detecting Stress. 2-hour virtual workshop. Exploring statistics, models and research on Stress. Introduction and experimentation with stress and well-being tools.
Module 2 Stress APGAR In Action. Individual coaching practice and reflection exercise.
Module 3 Supporting Change. 2-hour virtual workshop. Sharing learnings from practice, Introduction to and use of behavioural change tools.
Caroline is a Lecturer at Henley Business School. Her research relates to creating healthy and productive workplaces through exploring the links between leadership and well being in organisations. She investigates in particular how to manage executive stress, how to maintain authentic functioning...
Prof Dr Thomas Hellwig works as a researcher, teachers and programme director for INSEAD in the field of Organisational Behaviour. He is a trained physician with a doctorate in psychotherapy and an MBA from INSEAD. He is also a graduate of the Tavistock Institute for group relations (London). At...
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