Coach to Coach Workshop

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Exciting news! I have enjoyed presenting about coaching around the country for the past few years and I’m thrilled to bring it home. On the 14th and 15th of August, 2014 we will be hosting the Coach to Coach Workshop in our hometown of Olympia, Washington for teacher leaders, first-year coaches, experienced coaches and administrators interested in growing their coaching skills and programs.

The cost of the workshop is $285 per person for two days at the Doubletree by Hilton on Olympia’s Percival Landing. Our workshop is in the hotel’s conference rooms and walking distance from many food and fun options. We will post more information about what there is to do and see in Olympia as we approach registration!

Our Schedule

Thursday, August 14th
8:00-8:30 Registration
8:30-11:30 Session One
11:30-1:00 Lunch on your own
1:00-3:30 Session Two

Friday, August 15th
8:00-8:30 Coffee, Tea and Conversation
8:30-11:30 Session Three
11:30-1:00 Lunch on your own
1:00-3:00 Session Four

Optional
*3:30-6:00 Great food, beverages and colleagues at Mercato Ristorante.
We have reserved a room at Mercatos to enjoy cocktails, appetizers and/or dinner (on your own) and close-out the conference in style.

Content of the Workshop

Session One:
Defining what coaching is/ is not
Articulating coaching roles
Explaining coaching cycles

Session Two:
Building the coaching toolbox
Practicing the 6 P’s of Coaching
Focusing on Your Great Work

Session Three:
Focusing on Time: A Coach’s Precious Resource
Leading Professional Development Tools
Working with Adult Learners

Session Four:
Recognizing Effectiveness and Setting Goals
Discussing Your Questions
Closing with an Attitude of Gratitude

With a mixture of video, live coaching, readings, cooperative work and high-quality materials, this will be an interactive and engaging experience.

When Can I Register?

Registration opens on May 1st (in 12 days). Leave a comment or question below if you’d like more information before then.

 

Looking forward to learning together!

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “Coach to Coach Workshop

  1. Are your sessions based on a book you’ve written? I’d love to come but am not available at that time.

    • Karen, I will definitely be referring to my book, Side by Side, but most of the sessions are based on what coaches have asked about and said is difficult about this work. I design my training to be the kind of workshop I’d want to attend to better my own practice–and have a lot of fun.

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