Our May webinar is on the topic of: Understanding the potential of Conversational Intelligence® and how it can support you as a Coach!
Monday, May 29th, 2017 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm via Zoom – register here
There has been a lot of buzz around Conversational Intelligence® (C-IQ) and the work of Judith E. Glaser since the launch of her program in 2016. This session will provide an overview of Judith’s work and the impact that neuroscience is having on our understanding of the brain and how that shows up in our conversations. Judith makes the bold statement that 9 out of 10 conversations miss the mark. How does that impact us as coaches? What do we need to be aware of to ensure that our coaching conversations hit the mark and create meaningful impact with our clients?
Join us for a peek into this growing body of knowledge and explore the potential for Conversational Intelligence® to show up in your coaching conversations.
You can register for this great webinar by clicking on the link to Eventbrite here.
Our Facilitator – Diane Lloyd
Diane is an accomplished leader, executive coach, and speaker who inspires people and organizations to reach their full potential so they can do meaningful work in the world. She coaches leaders, entrepreneurs and individuals across the public, private and non-profit sectors, with a special passion for developing inspiring leaders. Diane completed her coach training in 2012 at Royal Roads University and has achieved the PCC credential from the International Coach Federation. In addition to the CEC credential, Diane is a certified SDI (Strengths Deployment Inventory) Relationship Awareness facilitator; a licensed Coaching Out of the Box™ trainer and now certified in her new passion; Conversational Intelligence®.
Her volunteer time is dedicated to, mentoring business students from the Gustavson School of Business and Past- President of the AFP Vancouver Island Board and supporting her daughter with 100 Girls Victoria. In her free time, Diane enjoys hosting a good dinner party, yoga, adventure travel with her family and a good book by the lake when she gets the chance.