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Monthly Meeting - Power of Improv and Play in Enhancing Your Coaching Relationships

  • 12/15/2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Online Meeting

Registration

  • You are an ICF Member from a chapter other than ICF Long Island
  • Chapter Members, Affiliates, Student Affiliates
    and ICF Members from other chapters

             

December Monthly Meeting

Power of Improv and Play in
Enhancing Your Coaching Relationships

In this experiential virtual session we will be playing games grounded in applied improvisation. The games that improvisers do to be able to create stories on stage without a script, be in the moment, and adapt to the environment around them have a strong correlation to the core competencies that it takes to be a powerful coach. In this session our games will be exploring the following competencies:

  • Coaching Presence

    • Is present and flexible during the coaching process, dancing in the moment.
    • Is open to not knowing and takes risks.

  • Active Listening
    • Distinguishes between the words, the tone of voice, and the body language.
    • Integrates and builds on client’s ideas and suggestions.
  • Communication and Trust
    • Lets down guard and allows for a trusting relationship to blossom.


Please bring all your ideas, dilemmas, and questions to share with Gary Ware, and the group of fellow coaching professionals. 
Hope to see you there!


Approved by ICF for 1.0 CCEU.



Our Speaker


Gary Ware

Creative Catalyst & Workshop Facilitator, Breakthrough Play

BIO

Gary is a corporate facilitator, keynote speaker, aspiring coach, and self proclaimed Creative Catalyst. Gary has over 14 years of experience in the corporate word holding various leadership positions. Being a multifaceted individual Gary also comes with nearly a decade of experience as a performer in improv theatre. After experiencing burnout in his pursuit for success and happiness, he realized that what was missing was play. Committing to a life of play is what led Gary to discover his passion for facilitating. Gary uses the power of applied improvisation and other playful methods to assist people in unlocking creativity, confidence, and better communication. When Gary isn't leading workshops or speaking, you can find him learning magic or off on an adventure with his wife Courtney and son Garrett. 


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