Date(s) - Aug 16, 2017
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Coaches use a myriad of assessments and tools, all designed to assist clients to become more self-aware so that they can remove obstacles that get in the way of their success. Many of these tools are personality assessments, which inform the client about what they are best suited to do in life and their careers and how to achieve their goals by using information about their “type.” The Energy Leadership Index™ i(ELI) is an attitude assessment, which informs clients about their default attitudes when things are going well and when under stress. By understanding their default attitudes, the client can shift their attitudes so that they better serve them.
Personalities are generally viewed as “set” traits which we accept and work around, but attitudes can be shifted so that we show up the way we want to show up. Learning objectives of this session include:
- Learn about the seven levels of Energy Leadership and the Energy Leadership Index assessment tool
- Attitude/action interplay and the impact that attitude has on success
- Strategies for helping clients to shift their attitudes to better serve them
- Using energy leadership in your coaching practice to improve coaching results and generate additional coaching opportunities with both existing and new clients
ICF Core Competencies addressed will include:
- Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client
- Creating Awareness · Designing Actions
- Planning and Goal Setting i The ELI is an attitudinal assessment created by Bruce Schneider, founder of the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching, after extensive research around the effect of energy or perception on one’s success in achieving optimal performance.
About Lisha Wheeler
Lisha Wheeler is a certified professional executive coach who specializes in working with early to mid-career professionals, especially female attorneys and executives, to take action towards enhancing their professional and personal successes. She works with her clients on leadership development, energetic presentation, client development and career development. Prior to establishment of her coaching practice, Wheeler was a successful finance attorney whose experience as a practicing attorney spanned three decades and included serving as in house counsel to Fannie Mae, a partner with Holland & Knight, and co-founder of a small public finance law firm, Howell & Goins. She is a graduate of Duke University School of Law, and she received her BA in accounting from Duke University. Coach Lisha received her coach training and certifications from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching.
Approved for 1 Core Competency CCEU by ICF
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