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21 MARCH 2017

Hands on - Koučing konferencija 2017.

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Coaching Conference 2017
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9:00 – 9:30

Welcome message
Darko Marković

9:00 – 9:30

9:30 – 10:15

The Journey of Self-Discovery
Marylin Atkinson

9:30 – 10:15

10:15 – 11:00

Coaching and the power of self responsibility
Nandana Nielsen

10:15 – 11:00

11:00 – 11:30

Coffe break

11:00 – 11:30

11:30 – 13:00

Workshop 1
Systemic coaching
Workshop 2
Team coaching

11:30 – 13:00

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch break

13:00 – 14:00

14:00 – 14:45

Creating a Coaching Culture in business
Jonathan Passmore

14:00 – 14:45

14:45 – 15:30

Beyond business
Darko Soković

14:45 – 15:30

15:30 – 15:45

Break

15:30 – 15:45

15:45 – 17:15

Workshop 1
Emotions in the coaching relationship
Workshop 2
Soul Coaching®
Workshop 3
The behavioural game changer

15:45 – 17:15

17:00 – 17:30

Coffe break

17:00 – 17:30

17:30 – 18:00

My next step
Closing conference

17:30 – 18:00

Keynote:The Art&Science behind your inner Self discovery
Speaker: Marylin Atkinson
Why it’s important to find your inner self? Figuring out who you are and your place in the world is a life-long task. But it doesn’t have to be scary or intimidating. Once you realize that finding yourself is an ongoing process, not some sort of goal you must attain, you’ll realize that you know much more about your inner self than you ever imagined. Going through coaching process can help you connect with who you really are. To know your inner self is the first step of living a conscious life of your making. There are different levels of awareness that we can bring to our inner answers and if you are led by powerful coaching questions you can go through real inner transformation. Through coaching process people get connected to their values which important part of our inner self. Once when you start your journey of self-discovery you will unfold many levels of awareness that will support your future growth and it will help you to stay tuned in to your thoughts and feelings.
Keynote:Coaching and the power of self-responsibility
Speaker: Nandana Nielsen
We live in a time where we have completely new approaches to knowledge and information. It is fascinating to explore these possibilities. More and more, we are starting to understand that each of us is shaping the world. Self-responsibility is increasingly important for each of us. The only enduring thing is change, this fact requires flexibility and, above all, sensitivity. Finding ways to explore yourself and bring your own particularity to life is a great challenge and a great hope, for a fulfilled, meaningful life. To find a companion in the coach that encourages self-responsibility in order to experience the vitality of one’s own uniqueness is one of the most exciting topics in coaching. Self-responsibility is the magic elixir for the experience of liveliness in dealing with the challenges of life.
Workshop:Coaching game
Speaker: Dušan Basalo
We are aware that we cannot learn how to use coaching and its fundamentals from books, but primarily through high quality training and gaining experience. The workshop “Coaching Game” aims to get through the experience imbued with challenges, competitive aspects, features of games and entertainment to acquire basic and some advanced coaching skills. Through interaction with other participants, solving the tasks set by applying the knowledge already gained through the workshop “Coaching Game”, you will acquire a deeper insight into the coaching process and its implementation. Maximum number of participants of the workshop is 24.
Workshop:Systemic coaching
Speaker: Darko Marković
“There is so much talk about the system. And so little understanding” – R. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. Indeed, there is never a real breakthrough in coaching leaders, if the work remains solely at individual or interpersonal level. Apart from growing their self-awareness and social competences, the successful leaders need to develop their systemic intelligence. This workshop will provide the taste of systemic work in coaching and how to help leaders develop their systemic knowledge and awareness of their own position within the system.
Workshop:Team Coaching
Speaker: Marija Branovčki
Team coaching is aimed at improving team effectiveness and business performance. It does this by enabling the team to gain clarity of the individual, team and business challenges that the team faces, and the actions required to meet those challenges. It is intended to be a generative, fulfilling and focused process from which teams – and the individuals who comprise them– can learn, develop and perform to their best.Coaching Teams has helped team and project managers throughout the world apply specific value-based tools to enhance innovation and strategic thinking. This workshop defines the structure and principles within the team dynamic to effect clear, consistent, and measurable outcomes. Shifting team members from competitiveness, to mutual trust and respect, is paramount to successful completion of business goals.This program will help you to understand how to facilitate team alignment and take the leap from manager to coach for innovative and consistent results.
Keynote:Creating a Coaching Culture in business
Speaker: Jonathan Passmore
In this workshop Jonathan will explore the benefits of using coaching at work, and the practical steps which businesses can take to develop their own coaching culture through using external coaches, developing internal coaching teams, training managers in coaching skills and working in a coaching -collaborative style with stakeholders. Jonathan will draw on his experience of working with IKEA, helping them to develop their own coaching culture. At the end of the session delegates will have a set of practical actions to take back to their own businesses.
Keynote:Beyond business
Speaker: Darko Soković
What are the next steps in gathering our business partners in order to show the world societal impact they achieve is not only a different form of PR, but a crucial component to the growth of their core business? How do we explain that the term “return of investment” accurately describes not only cash profits we earn, but also the kind of societal and natural environment we create and leave for our business, but also for ourselves and our children? Business, entrepreneurs and markets can drastically increase the talent and resources available to solve critical problems and that kind of power is beyond business. All these are the questions for all of us who believe in businesses of the future. While we might not get the definitive and transplantable answers, I continue strongly to believe in the future of this region. That one day, with industrious work of us all, it might become the beacon of prosperity in Europe.
Workshop:Emotions in the Coaching Relationship
Speaker: John Parr MSc
The debate about the relationship between Coaching, Counselling and Psychotherapy has at its root a basic misunderstanding about the nature of human contact. My personal take is that the actual differences are based upon the time context. Psychotherapy being invested in the formative past with behavioural changes coming because of reworking childhood developmental deficits, counselling is invested in the present with the growth and development of the individual being based largely upon behavioural changes, that may impact psychopathology, but is not focussed upon it; it is therefore not exclusively about the present, though deep regressive work should not be a feature. Counselling is about the here and now, about how we conduct ourselves in our daily lives and how to be more effective in our relationships to facilitate us being more effective in our work and endeavours. The common thread connecting the three disciplines is emotionality. How emotionally intelligent are we? Therefore, for coaches, psychotherapists and counsellors, emotional intelligence is a basic and essential tool of the trade. Emotions exist to help us develop healthy attachment and bonding and all relationships, working or deeply personal depend upon bonding and attachment if they are to be fruitful. The professional relationships are no different, all the research on efficacy shows that the best results in all three disciplines come through the quality of the professional relationship. So how do we use our emotions to help us build sound working relationships? In this short workshop, we will see the role of four core emotions and take some time to practice and experience connecting with our fellow-delegates.
Workshop:Soul Coaching®
Speaker: Moëra Saule
The aim of soul Coaching® is to align your inner spiritual life with your outer life. It’s a system that helps to clear away mental, emotional and physical clutter so you can hear the messages from within. It also helps you discover your purpose so you can design a life that supports that mission. Soul Coaching® is not therapy. Therapy usually focuses on emotional healing. It’s also different from life coaching, which usually focuses on the attainment of a goal through motivation and inspiration. Soul Coaching®, however, is different from these practices as its primary aim is to clear any debris, so you can discover your owninner wisdom. Almost everyone who goes through Soul Coaching® programs experiences profound and lasting transformations in their life. You already have all the answers you need. It’s simply a matter of inner and outer clutter clearing to connect with this wisdom. Soul Coaching® is a powerful way to remove blockages, limitations and barriers to your authentic self.
Workshop:The Behavioural Game Change
Speaker: Amy Brann
This practical workshop will explore the essential building blocks of behaviour change. The session will equip you with both the knowledge and experience to dramatically improve how you shape behaviours. The expectation is that you walk away ready to use your new tools to positively shape your working experience and the organization.