Emotions Centered Coaching™ with Dan Newby (Americas/Europe/Africa)

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Emotions Centered Coaching™ with Dan Newby - (Americas/Europe/Africa) (A Quarterly Series - Saturdays, 12pm New York , 1700 UTC)

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Amplify Your Coaching Effectiveness

There are more than 250 emotions.

They are at the heart of human behavior.

Every conversation, every email and every interaction online involves emotions. And most of us have never spent time focused on emotional learning.

"Leave emotions at the door" culture is becoming archaic. And literally, it is impossible.

As coaches and leaders it is critical to examine our own relationship with emotions and to immerse in emotional learning to have a significant impact on the outcomes when working with clients.

Change your relationship with emotions and get comfortable working with them while coaching your clients and leaders on your teams. Make a bigger impact.

In this course you will:

  • Learn the 4-part Emotional Literacy framework
  • Experience Dan's approach to emotions and their relevance for your work and life
  • Understand how emotions support decision making for you, your clients and your leaders/teams

Join Dan Newby, 4 time best-selling author, coach, 2019 WBECS presenter and Founder of the School of Emotions and coach/facilitator Becky Ives, Founder of The Mentor Coaching Series.


  • 6 one-hour virtual group learning sessions
  • Saturdays: April 4 & 25 . May 16 & 30 . June 13 & 27
  • Time: 12pm New York (9am Vancouver,12pm New York, 2pm Buenos Aires, 5pm London, 7pm Johannesburg)
  • $USD 375
  • Group size limited to 10 participants
  • Downloads of each session
  • 6 Approved ICF CCEUS available

If you are a person serving others, a coach/leader/ therapist/ educator, this series will change your understanding of and relationship with emotions. You will learn a framework that is logical, practical.

Make a greater and deeper impact with your clients.

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