End of life coaching is a method of caring for the dying and the grieving which recognizes the patient/client as the expert on their own experience. Through powerful questions that help draw them out and deep listening of whatever they share, we can create an even safer place where they can express their normal feelings. Transformation occurs not by telling them how they should act or feel, but by walking with them where they are.
A day for experienced coaches:
- Why use a coach approach with the dying and the grieving?
- How can we treat the coachees as the experts when they have never died before and may have never been taught how to grieve?
- What are the 4 basics of end of life coaching?
- What are the differences between life coaching and end of life coaching?
- How can we make our organizations, businesses, or places of worship end of life “safe”?
- How the dying teach us how to live each day
- Why is follow-up with the grieving so important?
If it is useful, we can issue CPD certificates at the end of the day. Don Eisenhauer PCC will be leading the training using the ICF Core Coaching Competencies.
The day for coaches does not assume any previous experience of being with people who are grieving or dying although it will also be very useful for those who do. You need to have at least 26 hours coach training. If you’re new to coaching, the other events will be more useful.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is parking available nearby. There will be a couple of spaces onsite for those who need them.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
We’re delighted to talk more – call us on 01462 483798 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the refund policy?
We use EventBrite to make bookings easy. Cancellations within
- more than 28 days before the event – full refund (less £10 admin fee)
- 7 – 28 days before the event – 50% refund
- less than 7 days before the event – no refund unless we can fill the place.
Group Supervision 2015
Are you a coach in Berks / Bucks/ London / Herts?
Are you looking for an opportunity to meet with other professionals and experience the support and challenge of group supervision?
Fiona Elder and Lesley Cave are running 6 sessions of group supervision and optional mentor coaching for ACC Accreditation.
Location: Little Lairs House, 38 Grove Road, Beaconsfield. HP9 1PE
To be arranged at groups convenience May->November
£600 plus Vat for 6 sessions
Please contact us if you would like to attend or are interested in supervision at a distance, using phone or Skype.
Coaching for NHS Leaders Masterclass
Coaching is recognised by the NHS as a vital leadership competency, separate from training and mentoring. It is the key to driving changes in behaviour and the implementation of fundamental organisational changes that the NHS is being asked to make in exceptionally challenging times. Return on investment (ROI) is critical in these times of economic austerity and no public sector organisation can afford to waste precious limited resources. The International Coach Federations (ICF) research has shown a 68% ROI from the perspective of individuals and an amazing 86% ROI from organisations purchasing coaching. This coaching master class is made up of 3 days. In between your 2 classroom based days you will have a personal one to one coaching session with one of the coaches. The course enables you, as a leader, manager or key influencer, to build and tap into the skills, knowledge and abilities of those you work with. Coaching can help you work collaboratively with your team, your peers, suppliers and your patients, to ensure you deliver the optimal healthcare. Effective coaching delivered over time, can achieve 80% improved self-confidence, 73% improved relationships, 72% improved communications skills and a 67% improvement in a work life balance. To secure your place please complete a booking form, Email: email@example.com or call the enquiry line on 0844 824 668