Date(s) - 06/11/2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
CCEUs: 1.5 (1 Core Competency and 0.5 Resource Development)
About This Webinar
This session will teach the neuroscience of emotions and how to coach to build awareness, acceptance, and management of difficult emotions.
This session will be focused on helping coaches help their clients build resilience through an understanding and acceptance of our Lizard Brain and strategies to manage it in yourself and your clients.
Our brain has a mostly unconscious and instinctual system that has allowed for human survival by protecting us from harm. This “flight or fight” response is sometimes called our “Lizard Brain” (limbic system). In most modern life situations, our lizard brain is more active than necessary leading to default negativity, limiting assumptions and unhelpful thought patterns.
In this session, we will teach the neuroscience of emotions and how to coach using the Straight As of Emotional Intelligence to build awareness, acceptance and management techniques for difficult emotions.
Things to Know
- 90 minute Virtual Delivery
- Interactive content, discussion and application practice in pairs/triads
- CCEUs: 1.5 – 1 Core Competency; 0.5 Resource Development
What You Will Learn
- An understanding of how the limbic system (‘lizard brain’) is helpful in some situations and harmful in others.
- Every human is capable of managing their limbic system with consistent and focused practice.
- An overview and guided application of the Straight As of emotional intelligence.
- Seamlessly apply neuroscience into your coaching practice.
About Your Presenters
Master Mind Institute is the partnership of Master Certified Coach, Hayden Lee and Neuroscientist, Dr. Kelly Kent. These two thought leaders merge professional coaching and brain science to empower coaches to be more effective, have enhanced coaching presence and to create more “aha” moments in their clients, by helping them understand what’s happening in their brain during the coaching journey.
For more information about the presenters visit their website.
We hope you can join us for this practical, interactive session and we look forward to seeing many of you there.