Tue, Jul 27|
Develop a Coaching Mindset Through Peer Coaching
If you’ve ever been in a situation where a coworker, friend, or family member has come to you for help with a problem, heard your brilliant advice, and then ignored it completely, it might be time to try a coaching mindset.
Time & Location
Jul 27, 2021, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
About the event
If you’ve ever been in a situation where a coworker, friend, or family member has come to you for help with a problem, heard your brilliant advice, and then ignored it completely, it might be time to try a coaching mindset. Whether you’re a manager, mentor, or the “"parent”“ of your friend group, using coaching tools for these conversations can help—and anyone can gain these skills by practicing peer coaching.
In this workshop, you’ll learn communication techniques to make your coaching conversations effective and the easy framework we use in Commcoterie’s peer coaching community to guide our coaching conversations. Through asking the right questions, practicing active listening, getting comfortable with silence, and empowering others to take action rather than directing them, anyone can use coaching tools and positive communication techniques to help your peers get unstuck and reach their goals.
About your host
I’m a writer, speaker, coach, and the founder of Commcoterie, a communication consultancy that helps individuals and organizations make their communication more effective, inclusive, and engaging. Our free peer coaching community connects people all over the world to network and practice their coaching skills to improve their everyday communication.
For over a decade, I have led communication, operations, leadership and learning, and people strategy in global media companies, small businesses, non-profits, and government agencies.
I’m an expert in communication, storytelling, managing change, facilitating, scaling cultures, solving problems, and building communities. My mission is to help people communicate and collaborate effectively so they can strengthen their communities and reach their goals.