Do we all influence in the same way? What are the pitfalls to avoid in a situation of influence? How can we help our coachees to develop their own influence?
Being able to demonstrate influential leadership means being able to lead in a way that has a positive and unifying effect. This requires the ability to develop and maintain relationships that are mutually satisfying and that foster trust. The ability to exert influence effectively, even when there is no established hierarchical relationship, thus becomes a key competence for us as coaches as well as for our coachees.
Join us for this interactive workshop and exchange with your peers on the theme of influence and emotional intelligence.
Together we will:
Speaker: Mylène Beauchamp
Mylène holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and has trained to become a professional coach in 2013 through The Art and Science of Coaching with Erickson Coaching International. She obtained the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) designation from the International Coach Federation (ICF) in 2014, and is currently working towards her PCC (Professional Certified Coach) level.
Mylène completed a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) certification from the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine. Mylène is also part of the international network of Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS) Master Trainers and offers the following certifications: EQ-i 2.0® Emotional Quotient, EQ 360® Emotional Quotient and 360° Feedback assessment tools, as well as the Change Style Indicator (CSI®), the Change Navigator® and the Influence Style Indicator (ISI™).
Date: Friday, October 9, 2020
7 AM - 9 AM
For Information Contact:
Dave Carey - firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE : To Register, please proceed to the top of INSCRIPTION. You will receive a Zoom link to the activity.