I have had the privilege of observing Noelle Apostol Colin, Senior Associate at Bright Morning Consulting, lead The Art of Coaching Teams workshop in Oakland, CA last week. To be in a room of about 100 educators all coming together during the summer to learn about building stronger teams together was empowering. They had opportunities to connect with the teams that they came with, but they also had opportunities to connect with others. They learned together and laughed together. And most importantly they grew together.
This opportunity is available now for those of you exploring coaching emotional resilience. This new workshop will provide an opportunity to experience this material in a way that we can’t necessarily do on our own. Imagine the power of a group of educators all coming together to learn, and laugh, and grow in the area of coaching emotional resilience!!
In this workshop, we will begin by reflecting on our own emotional resilience, then explore and practice coaching strategies to do similar work with others. Coaches play a critical role in cultivating an educator’s ability to manage stress and respond to adversity, and therefore coaches can mediate the impact of burnout, including high turnover of teachers. To do this, coaches need a refined and specific skill set to understand emotions, know how and when to intervene in an emotional cycle, and build the capacity of another to manage their emotional experiences.
Checkout our new fall lineup of Coaching Emotional Resilience workshops and register today. And if you are interested in having us come do a workshop in your city, comment here and let us know!