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Art in Action in Coaching with Jenny Bird & Sarah Gornall, on 26th September, London

Tue, Sep. 26, 2017 17:1519:15

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Art in Action in Coaching with AOCS members Jenny Bird and Sarah Gornall

This workshop offers the opportunity to explore and expand a range of approaches which allow you to use more of your brain and more of your client's brains too!

  • Focus on your coaching presence
  • Develop creative, client centred approaches
  • Align with your clients
  • Expand your repertoire
  • Use more of your brain

Sarah and Jenny will look at how our coachees show us their processing and how we can support them to explore more fully and in different ways by using a range of creative approaches. Also experiment with how sketching, mapping and movement can help us and our clients process issues and ideas, come to new perspectives and integrate diverse learning styles - and the great news is that no skill in drawing, designing or dancing is required!

During the session you will have opportunities to:

  • be an active observer using creative techniques,
  • experiment with diagrams and doodles as observer, coach and a coachee,
  • join in a demo and lots of Q&A

Venue: The Holiday Inn Forum, 97 Cromwell Road, London SW7 4DW.

Times: 18.45 to 20.15, plus networking from 18.15 BST

Cost: Tickets through Eventbrite £17.50; Door sales £25 in cash. Please note: tickets on the door are not guaranteed. Only tickets booked in advance guarantee admittance. 

Booking: Book here for Jenny Bird and Sarah Gornall 


Jenny Bird, MCC is an executive coach, a supervisor and a coach trainer. She is a past Director of the UK ICF. She has been a coach since 2000 and an ICF Master Coach since 2006.

Sarah Gornall, PCC is a coach, mentor, supervisor and trainer. She has run her own coaching business since 2005. She is a Director of the UK ICF Board, currently President Elect and held the professional development portfolio for 2 years.

Event organised by The London Coaching Group


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