Collaborative Coaching First Session
Collaborative Coaching is a 3 Workshop series leading to a Professional Development Certificate of Participation awarded by the Adler Graduate School and Phoenix Process Consultants. It equips leaders, owners, managers, consultants, counselors, teachers, and socially interested individuals to be smart and skillful in stimulating people to grow and develop.
This training is based in Adler's belief that "the urge to grow and develop" is "innate" in all humans. He also believed that growth and development is a "social" process. Finally, he also believed that growth is a matter of having a "purpose and goal", and using "personal energy, courage, striving, action, and movement" to reach the Goal. Adler is the foundation for this training.
With that foundation, the process of Coaching is based in knowing how to align and build collaborative relationship, assess barriers to and assets for growth, interact and intervene to create movement to goal, and set a path for continual learning and growth.
To encourage completion of individual work, and development of collegial cadre for professional support, a 20% discount for registering for the 3 Workshops is offered. Current students are offered 10% discount per course. Workshops are limited to 8-10 participants. Five participants are required for a Workshop to occur.
FIRST WORKSHOP: Adlerian Foundation for Collaborative Coaching
This workshop concentrates on Primal Adler for understanding the purpose for human behavior.
The coaching role is grounded in purpose, Mission, and psychological priority. While casework is used, a basic understanding of Eustress & Distress as a basis for coaching is explored.
Outcomes: Participants will be able to:
---name 5 Primal Adlerian factors that will inform and shape their coaching.
---write a personal Coaching Mission and state 3 foci for their coaching.
---apply Eustress and Distress principles to a case study.