Translate theory to practice with practical takeaways you can use tomorrow in this hands-on learn-shop session. Explore the promises, pitfalls and everything in between when it comes to taking notes while coaching. Learn and dialogue about the benefits to clients and to your coaching practice through both experiences and research. All viewpoints on the topic are welcome. This session will include custom-designed tools, tips and a few how to's that have been tested "in the field" with coaching client partners by an experienced Professional Certified Coach (PCC). Each tool was designed by the presenter who has a professional commitment to share her resources with one caveat: take her work, make further improvements and share these revisions back! What’s a Coaching Map and how might it anchor both the coaching relationship and journey? What important connections exist between the ICF ethics and regulations when taking notes? How do you set up the initial contract with clients effectively when it comes to note-taking? How do notes contribute to the ongoing development of one’s coaching competence? Participants will leave with their own perspective on how notes fit within their coaching practice and development and have a few templates to get them started.
Objectives: By the end of this session, as participants, you will be able to:
strengthen your coaching partnership through the use of note-taking tools and techniques
uphold ICF ethical and regulatory standards when note-taking
learn about, explore and practice with custom, effective note-taking tools
This webinar has been approved for 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs.
About Kelly Johnson
Kelly Johnson, MA (Leadership), is a Certified Executive Coach with a PCC designation from the International Coaching Federation who practices Leadership, Executive, Team, Implementation and Presentation Coaching. She has applied her coaching expertise to partnering with executive, senior and system leaders in the public and private sectors, specifically in government, education, post-secondary education, non-profit, health, communication, publishing and business. As a full-time leadership coach in government, Kelly was previously certified in facilitating tools such as the Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI) where her interest in note-taking in coaching partnerships began. Currently, working full time with international thought leader Franklin Covey Inc., Kelly provides facilitation of the 7Habits of Highly Effective People, one-on-one and team coaching and custom professional learning in leadership, coaching, and organizational development at all levels. As a professional educator, human resource professional and real estate investor, Kelly brings passion, energy, and innovation to her coaching. It’s no surprise that her personal vision is to live a most passionate life and change the world. Kelly’s coaching presence is described as laser-focused, energetic, feet-to-the-fire, inspiring and driven. She commits to connect clients to their passion, align them with their values and hold them capable of their commitments to action such that each realizes a self-determined professional and personal landscape in which they capably release their unique greatness and achieve compelling results.