In my spare time, I'm a knitter. You'll usually find me with knitting needles in my hands and visions of my next knitting project in my head. As an amateur, my visions don't always appear from the yarn in my hands. But the fun thing about knitting is that it can be unraveled back to where it started - just a ball of yarn...
Every once in a while, I create something that aligns with my original vision. This sweater is one example. Just what I imaged and the young girl who received it, loved it!
In my professional life as a coach, I also created something that aligned with my vision - The PCC Master Class. I call it my "little class" because it's designed for little groups of coaches (less than 5) who are ready to have conversations about the little details that are the foundations for masterful coaching. Topics like what's in your coaching agreements, what wording changes can shift your questions to be more curious, and what thinking can shift your clients to full partners in the coaching.
Little changes that come from intimate conversations about our coaching and big shifts that come from our collective commitment to be the best we can be.
Here's what some of the recent student have to say…
I feel like I have a more focused approach to my coaching sessions as a result of this course. I have a clearer picture of the ICF PCC competencies and feel like I have a better grasp of them practically rather than just theoretically.
Each competency reviewed and discussed led me to deeper insights and practical considerations. My notebook is full.
Every session resulted in a practical reflection of my own work and new ideas for subsequent coaching sessions/practices
The Learning Environment
An open and spacious environment for discussions was a true gift.
I truly enjoy being in conversation with fellow coaches who are thoughtful about their work.
Our instructor was so well prepared and willing to draw upon the expertise of others to complement her own.
Sue adapted to whatever her learner's needs were, and freely shared her own growing edges and distinctions.
Sue, you do a great job facilitating conversation and creating an effective learning environment. The fact that you join in the exercises and continue your own learning really adds depth to the experience.