There are a variety of models a coach can draw on to facilitate the coaching conversation and the overall coaching journey. In this session, you will be introduced to The 6 What's Model of Coaching developed by Jim Gavin and Madeleine Mcbrearty, and taught in the Professional and Personal Coach Certification (PPCC) program offered through the John Molson School of Business. The model offers the coach a simple, yet powerful, framework to ask questions that evoke awareness in the client. We will explore in depth each part of the model and how you can use it in your coaching practice. We will also discuss the effective use of models when used in conjunction with the ICF Core Competencies and learn the common pitfalls to avoid when working rigidly within a model. Finally, we will have an open discussion of your own experiences as coaches using models in a coaching practice.
PRESENTER: Sabrina Damato, ACC
Sabrina is a seasoned corporate professional who partners with leaders to stay ahead of the rapid changes in the digital landscape by solving real challenges with innovative solutions. She combines critical and creative thinking with 20 years of experience in business analysis, user experience, and product management to navigate ambiguity, push the boundaries of what’s possible, and spark change within any aspect of life. Sabrina is also a Professional and Personal Certified Coach, a Certified Canfield Success Principles Trainer, and the founder of Awaken Boldness. Her passion is to empower women to awaken the boldness within so they can become who they’re meant to be and design a meaningful life.
Date: Friday, March 13, 2020
7 AM - 9 AM
John Molson School of Business - Concordia University
1450 Guy St., Montreal
14th floor, Room # MB 14.250 (capacity 35 people)
Street Parking is free between 7 and 9 on Guy St and on St-Catherine (you may also prepay the meter for extra time)
The John Molson School of Business building is located right in front of the Guy Metro station (exit East on Guy) or follow the tunnel underground from the Metro
PARKING WARNING: Guide yourselves accordingly by carefully reading all signage.
ICF Québec Members: $15 + taxes
ICF (only) Members: $18 + taxes
No-members: $22 + taxes
For Information Contact:
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