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CaW - Coaching in a Thinking Environment

  • 6 Dec 2021
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Virtual

Coaching at WorkCoaching in a Thinking Environment
with Linda Aspey

A core task of coaching is to create the best quality conditions for people to think well for themselves because the quality of everything we do depends on the quality of the thinking we do first, a simple yet impactful observation made over 40 years ago by Nancy Kline of Time to Think.

From this observation evolved the Thinking Environment - 10 principles or “components” that improve thinking, relationships, communication, inclusion, decisions, outcomes and culture. In coaching, it means creating high quality conditions for your clients to think for themselves, so being present, attentive and deeply interested in where someone’s own thinking will go is key to this. When we listen to ignite, not to respond, wonderful things happen!

This event is being hosted by Coaching at Work, for any queries relating to bookings or event details please contact them.

Masterclass Aims & Objectives

  • To share key principles of how to create a Thinking Environment in both one to one and group coaching.

  • To experiment with giving and receiving Generative Attention and to see and feel how it facilitates independent thinking that is rigorous, imaginative, courageous and deeply satisfying for the client / thinker.

  • To explore how the Thinking Environment is a way of being fully wholeheartedly present more than it is a tool, and yet it has many uses.

  • To consider how your coaching practice – and indeed your life - can be enhanced when you create and experience Thinking Environments.

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