Here’s an overview of each session in Series Four:
Coaching Session #10 – Exploring Friendships, connection/disconnection, and Relationship with Self
Session length: 56 minutes.
In this session, the client explores relationships, starting with friendships, through the metaphor of “lenses,” including feelings of connection, and disconnection. There’s exploration of client own needs; what is her authentic response to various types of relationships.
Here’s a sample from session 7, so you hear our voices and can get a sense of whether you are interested in listening to these sessions :-).
This is 9 minutes, 14 seconds of the 56 minute coaching session:
Coaching Session #11 – The Explosion
Session length: 59 minutes.
In this session, the client is experiencing trauma from the chemical explosion that occurred three weeks earlier in her country of origin, triggering memories of growing up in a war zone. The client hasn’t lived in her country of origin for more than 19 years. I asked the client if she wanted me to stop the recording and she said no. It is another beautiful gift this client gives, of allowing coaches to hear her processing her “today” experience that was also connected to her childhood memories.
Coaching Session #12 – Taking on (too much) Responsibility
Session length: 52 minutes.
This topic is another common theme for many people. In this session, the client explores her tendency to be overly responsible and take on too much responsibility, which can lead to anxiety, and other emotions. As well as a lot of additional work that may or may not be required or wanted. The role of support is also explored, along with possible benefits of this mindset and behavior.
What’s included in your purchase
For each recording in each series, you receive:
- access to listen to the audio recording of each session, for 1 year from date of purchase.
- a transcript of each session to download, so you can read as you listen.
- a core competency worksheet prepared by Carly, based on my experience as an active ICF Assessor since 2005, and having over 100 coaches (so far) I’ve mentored who have passed their MCC exam, along with mentoring many coaches who have passed the PCC and ACC exams. This worksheet will give you insights into an objective evaluation of the session, from an Assessor and Mentor viewpoint.
For coaching skills training organizations; please contact me to discuss how you want to use this coaching series in your coaching training program.