The activities of the day will include presentations, discussions and self-exploration through visualisation. Once these elements have been identified, the skill of dis-identification will be introduced and practised, preparing the way to experiencing one’s essential, unconditioned identity.
It is from this space that coaching becomes mastery of self and of process.
WHY should you attend?
- To travel further along the road to self-mastery, a prerequisite for coaching mastery.
- To release your untapped potential as a coach.
- To be guided to a place from which non-striving, non-self-interested, non-fearful and non-performing coaching becomes possible.
- To discover a new level of presence with your coachees – how present you can be is about the quality of your presence, which is determined by where you are in yourself.
WHAT we will explore:
- The Guiding Principle is: “Theory informs – Experience transforms”.
- You will have the opportunity to experience your True Self as a place of Being, of equanimity, of witness, of wider perspective, from which effortless action and detached involvement become possible.
HOW will we do this?
- By exploring your habitual inner leaders, your primary subpersonalities.
- By reviewing your habitual coaching practice and identifying “who is doing the coaching”, which parts of you are normally in charge when you are coaching.
- By exploring, identifying and experiencing your central identity, a place from which you can see more clearly, choose more surely, relate more authentically and act more effortlessly in the service of your clients.
Gordon has worked in GSK for 10 years as a coach, program facilitator and trainer working with all the GSK Divisions and at all levels from Leadership Teams down (including managers and their teams in several geographies. His work is informed by his training in Psychosynthesis, a modern psychology, which is applied in both personal and professional life.