The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be bringing you this exciting session with Kim Morgan, CEO of Barefoot Coaching Ltd.
Kim Morgan will explore some of the key principles which make coaching more transformational than transactional.
These will include:
• How transformation occurs and how coaching should be more than just a “cosy chat”
• The importance of high emotion and creativity in coaching
• Understanding the psychology of motivation – associating everyday behaviours with long-term outcomes
• The coach as an “Empathetic Provocateur” and the coach as an instrument of change
• Dynamic listening to ignite the mind
• Starting with the end in mind and presupposing success
What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?
● Some simple coaching approaches to take away and use immediately
● An understanding of some key coaching principles
● An opportunity to experience coaching in action
Here's some background on our awesome guest speaker:
Kim Morgan is a sought-after conference speaker on all aspects of coaching and coach education, leadership, psychology and change management.
With over 30 years’ experience of people development, across all sectors of public and private business, Kim draws extensively on her experiences of what universally works to make great leaders, successful individuals, productive teams, happy families, outstanding organisations and brilliant coaches.
Kim is CEO of Barefoot Coaching Ltd - one of the UK's leading suppliers of coaching and coach training - and an ICF Master Certified Coach. She is a monthly columnist for Psychologies Magazine, author of The Coach's Casebook: Mastering The Twelve Traits That Trap Us (2015) and, The Coach's Survival Guide (2019). Kim is also a regular contributor to the media on everything from entrepreneurship and women in business to coaching skills for parents and family life.
Knowledgeable, entertaining and always at the forefront of the coaching industry.
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(Previously Scaling Agile and DevOps Scotland)