Trust your gut, listen to reason: Intuition and the coaching relationship
Presented by: Claire Sheldon
First quarter – West Midlands (date and venue tbc)
Working at the Boundary, is an innovative, research-based model that captures the potential in the moment between us noticing and responding to an intuition. Participants will use it to unpick their responses to intuition in their coaching, to examine the impact of intuitive interventions on the coaching relationship, and to consider ways in which they can work more choice fully at the boundary between intuitive and rational ways of knowing.
Intuition: A coaching context
Exploring the territory, sharing experience
Working at the Boundary: a model for exploring intuition in coaching
Expertise, maturity and the quality of intuitive interventions
Responding to intuition: four responses and their impact on the coaching relationship
The implications for practice: personal reflection and planning ahead
To sharpen your awareness of how you experience and act on intuitions
Identify when intuitions add value for coach and client – and when they disrupt the coaching relationship
Move more elegantly between intuitive and rational ways of knowing
Participants will take away Working at the Boundary, a practical model for exploration, supervision and professional development.