The Power of Experiential Learning
How do we as coaches use outside activities to support embedded learning
We all know that coaching is about changing behaviours. Some of that involves changing how people think as well as how they act. However, thinking alone rarely causes real change. Therefore, we encourage people to put their thoughts into action.
The beauty of experiential learning is that you can do both. Just like in sports coaching, we must put techniques into practice, and we can find a way to make coaching sessions into an experience. That does not exclude conversation, because the right questions or comments can sometimes create a deep experience. However, aim to take the conversation into action and practice.
This session will explore the concept of experiential coaching
We will look at:-
· What is experiential learning?
· Why it’s important to have fun?
· What are the benefits?
· What can the outdoors bring to the party?
· Ideas for your coaching practice
Michelle Mook is the founder and Managing Director of Pro-Development (UK) Limited based in Yorkshire providing support in all aspects of employee engagement and people development. With over 25 years of experience of improving performance through people consultancy, training, coaching and team/leadership development, she founded Pro-Development to help the growth of small to medium sized businesses in and around Yorkshire and the Humber. She is also Chair of York Professionals and the Area Ambassador of Engage for Success Yorkshire and the Humber helping to promote improve productivity across the region.
How to Register
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We look forward to seeing you at the event and to another thought provoking and interesting session!
Nicki Seignot and Tracey Flannery