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Coaching with the Brain in Mind

Tony Stubblebine (Coach.me)

Friday, May 22, 2015 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM (PDT)

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Coach.me is proud to present David Rock, director of the Neuroleadership Institute, as part of our ongoing mission to improve the world of coaching, productivity, and behavior science.


Coaching With The Brain In Mind
Presented by NeuroLeadership Institute & Coach.me
 
In today’s complex and socially interdependent workplace, the ability to effectively coach others has become a precious resource. Though there are many coaching frameworks out there, few take into account the inner-workings of the brain as a coaching conversation is happening.
 
In this webinar, Dr. David Rock, Director of NeuroLeadership Institue, will provide a comprehensive overview of the decades of research that has led to a brain-based coaching methodology aimed at identifying impasses, facilitating insight, motivating action, and creating sustainable habits in others.  
 
In this presentation, participants will… 
 
1.  Examine the social obstacles beneath every coaching conversation and how understanding neuroscience can help us navigate around them. 
 
2. Learn about the power of self-generated insights and how coaches can leverage their interactions to more reliably facilitate them. 
 
3. Discover how to tangibly improve the thinking of others rather than simply coaching them through problems.
 
4. Have the opportunity to question David on how to apply this research to his own work.
 
Have questions about Coaching with the Brain in Mind? Contact Tony Stubblebine (Coach.me)

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Tony Stubblebine (Coach.me)

I'm the CEO and Founder of Coach.me. I've coached hundreds of people on massive behavior changes, helped more than 100k people start meditation practices, worked with as an advisor to cutting edge startups, helped launch Twitter, and published original research on habit building and behavior change. 

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