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The Science of the Art of Coaching: Applied Neuroscience for Coaches

Date: 22 Sep 2017 - 23 Sep 2017

Hong Kong

A 10 month programme designed and delivered by Dr Paul Brown - Commencing September 2017

During this innovative 10-month programme, Dr Paul Brown invites us to explore the brain, how it works, and the essential nature of emotions as the mainspring of motivated behaviour. This gives you as a Coach the capacity to safely and systematically start to use current knowledge about the brain to inform and underpin your coaching practice.

Front-loaded with knowledge, the programme becomes increasingly experiential, and ends with tackling some of the more difficult stress-related circumstances of the senior executive life.

The Science of The Art of Coaching took on its present form 4 years ago. Seven cohorts in all have been run in London, Ireland and Singapore. With nearly 100 Alumni now, the last programme finished in early 2017.

How is the programme delivered?

A blend of 8 face to face teaching days and monthly webinars spread over a 10 month period using case material for discussion from a brain-based point of view.

To access programme flyer and Dr Paul Brown's biography please click here

Key Learning Outcomes

1. Feeling confident about how the modern neurosciences are creating a new understanding of brain and behaviour and what that knowledge is.

2. Starting to acquire the skill of using that knowledge in coaching and in organisational consulting.

3. Understanding how to enquire into the biographical basis of current life behaviour and being able to work out how patterns formed from earlier experience go on resonating in adult life at work.

4. Beginning to understand the brain as both the organ of relationship and as the central controller of the way energy is applied to everything in life, including but not limited to executive performance.

Face-to-Face Events / Topics Covered

Synthesises the principles of coaching with the newly emerging neurosciences and have at its core the practical application of Neurobehavioral Modelling (NBM). As such, the programme is grounded in empirical science and contains within it a treatment model developed from that science (Neurobehavioural Modelling, NBM) that has been published by McGraw-Hill / Open University Press under the joint authorship of Professor P T Brown and Virginia Brown.

For the detailed programme outline please click here

Who can join?

The course was originally designed for experienced coaches. However previous cohorts have included HR and Talent Professionals, Psychologists,Senior Leaders and CEOs with a special interest in applying knowledge from the fields of Coaching and Neuroscience to their organizations. Those without a Coaching or Psychology background, or are feeling rusty about what they had learnt too long ago, are offered an additional free half day immediately prior to the start of the first module to help them explore what they already do know as they approach this new material.

Face to Face Teaching Dates in Hong Kong

22 - 23 September 2017
1 - 2 December 2017
13 - 14 April 2018
8 - 9 June 2018
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Enrolment

For further details and information on how to register for The Science of The Art of Coaching programme in Hong Kong please contact Karen Gotthelf, on Karen@pathwayslimited.com or +852 94747581.

Venue: The COLLAB - 20/F OfficePlus @Sheung Wan, 93-103 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan

Website: Go to event website

Contact: Email Organizer

Brochure: Download

Fees:
HKD $45,000

Early Bird ($42,800). For applications received prior to 15th July 2017

Super Early Bird ($40,000). For applications received prior to 30th of May 2017

Language: English

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