The way that behaviour arises through the brain’s emotional rather than cognitive system; how coaching is a contract to change the brain; and why in consequence coaches need this body of knowledge if we are to create a sustainable profession. These elements raise in their turn the question of how one would conduct coaching from a brain-based point of view, and the presentation outlines what a coach needs to know and how to go about that. The session also raises the question of male/female brain differences in function: the nature of the male-female dyad in coaching: and the workings of the triad in supervision.
Unser Referent / Our Speaker: Prof. Dr. Paul Brown
Professor of Organisational Neuroscience, Monarch Business School Switzerland: Visiting Professor, Henley Business School UK: clinical and organisational psychologist, executive coach and supervisor: partner in Eicke Leadership Academy, Bad Soden: Founder of The ION Partnership: cabinet maker for pleasure: living in Laos, S E Asia, and teaching and consulting worldwide: co-author of four applied neuroscience books in the last eight years and one novel: creating an integrated theory of the individual and the organisation.
Benefits for the participants?
- An update on current and rapidly-developing knowledge in the modern brain sciences.
- Confirming, extending or challenging what attendees already know.
- The opportunity to think strategically about the development of coaching as a profession
- Opportunity for attendees to consider the direction of their own professional development
- Considering the nature of an individual’s life history and its place in coaching
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