Building on the success of the last three years, we are running and promoting a number of events to join in the international celebration of coaching in May 2017. During the week we will be:
– celebrating York as a coaching City with City of York Council and York CVS;
– offering coaching taster sessions to businesses and residents in York; and
– running and promoting a series of professional development events.
See below for the emerging programme.
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Monday May 15th
York CVS Priory Street Centre Main Hall Arrive from 09.30 for 10:00-12.30
Timothy Gallwey’s magic formula, P = P – I (Performance = Potential – Interference). What is the Interference (or types of barrier) that stands in the way of Coaching realising its true potential – not just in the workplace, but in the wider community? Contribute your insights and expertise to those of our four guest speakers who will be exploring these issues through the different lenses of Community Action, the world of academe, and the city’s main service provider that is the City Council.
Sarah Armstrong, Chief Executive, York CVS
Professor Bob Garvey, Hon President, Coaching York
Nigel Burchell, Workforce Development Manager, City of York Council
Joe Micheli, Head of Commissioning, City of York Council
NETWORK LUNCH 12.30 – 13.30 Sponsored by TMSDI
Take the opportunity to find out more about organisations in York and beyond following the “coaching way” and more about Coaching York. Our thanks to TMSDI for sponsoring our lunch again this year.
Active Listening Event York CVS 13.30 -15.00
Bernadette Cass PCC leads this session to enquire how we harness the power of listening and hear what is spoken and unspoken. How do we use active listening to pay attention to the other person’s agenda and appreciate the impact of being fully listened to ourselves?
This interactive session is suitable for coaches and non-coaches.
Bernadette leads this Masterclass to deepen coaching skills on behalf of the UK International Coach Federation (ICF). Fluency with coaching competencies informs us about who we are as coaches and enables us to meet our clients at our best, deepening awareness of our own style and approach, and strengthening skills and performance.
For coaches wishing to log CPD, International Coach Federation CCEUs have been applied for this event.
Click here to book a place
Visualise your future! York Army Museum, 3A Tower Street, York, YO1 9SB; 15th May, 2pm to 4.30 pm
Join The Authentic Spark for a fun, free, workshop to help you create your vision and develop your goals
Enjoy a hands-on and creative co-coaching session where you can bring your aspirations to life and create a route to making them happen. Open to anyone over 18. We have 20 places available.
Sarah Oswald aka The Authentic Spark is a coach, trainer and mentor based in North Yorkshire. She has worked for 20 years in heritage and museums but has found her purpose and passion in coaching and mentoring, using creativity wherever she can.
To book a place follow this event Brite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/visualise-your-future-tickets-33968648141
Part of York’s contribution to International Coaching Week. Supported by Coaching York.Venue generously provided by York Army Museum.
York Coaching Group – What could Community Coaching look like? York St John University. De Grey Building Room 125 19.00-20.45
Peter Lumley and Geoff Ashton will lead this event in which we will explore the emerging landscape of community coaching. Informed by key findings from Coaching York’s research into community coaching, we will consider how new opportunities for coaching – delivered to residential communities and local communities of interest – can address some of our most salient social issues. Join us as we continue to shape our understanding of this developing area of coaching application.
York Coaching Circle Black Swan Public House, 23 Peasholme Green, York YO1 7PR 18:30-20:30
York Coaching Circle offers inclusive and powerful learning for coaches of all levels of experience. We warmly invite you to discover how we work and the benefits of participation. This event is open to new and former participants, or anyone who’d like to find out more.
Click here to register or for further information, please contactZoe Birch email@example.com.
Transactional Analysis Peer Group Gray’s Court Hotel 10.00 AM
Transactional Analysis (TA) gives people a greater awareness of their working styles, the opportunity to deepen their emotional intelligence and strategies to increase effective communication with others.
Members of this TA learning group are committed to ongoing learning and development, using TA as our theoretical framework to support us in our work.
Current group members have different backgrounds, between us having trained with TA specialists in the Psychotherapy, Organisation and Education fields in the UK and Europe.
For more information and to book a place contact
Fulford Library Coaching Taster Sessions 14.00 – 17.00
Fulford Library, St Oswalds CE School, Heslington Ln, Fulford YO10 4LX
An opportunity for people in the Fulford area on Thursday May 18th to drop in for a 45 minute coaching taster session. If you would like to join in, please either:
– leave your name and contact details at the Reception Desk at the Library; or
– ring 01904 555444; and
we will contact you to arrange a suitable time to meet.
‘You’ve got the answers, our job is to help you find them!’
Coaching with horse demonstration Gallabar Farm, Gallabar Lane, Marton-cum-Grafton. YO51 9QU (about 20 min drive form York)
10.00 – 12.30
An event for business owners, leaders and executives looking to develop their leadership and teamwork skills, and for coaches and consultants that want to consider adding this modality as part of their existing programmes.
Business is changing rapidly and the old style of business and leadership skills will no longer get you where you want to go. What if I told you a horse could show you a new paradigm? A way of acting and being that will serve you more effectively in the future.
As we move from the information era to the collaboration era horses can model for us how to work as a real team, one where the leadership is shared, where communication is authentic and where the vision is crystal clear. How would you like these traits in your business?
If you are intrigued to find out more then join me to celebrate International Coaching Week when I will be hosting a demonstration on how I help my clients develop their leadership, teamwork and communication skills through coaching with horses.
What we will cover
A small number of volunteers will have the unique opportunity to work hands on with the horses to learn about their leadership style and how they show up in business. No horse experience is necessary.
This event is all about experiential learning so as an audience member you will also be participating providing feedback on what you observe.
What you can expect to learn:
• How you need to grow in order for your business to grow
• Leadng out of your comfort zone
• How to use your leadership strengths to overcome barriers to success
• The importance of body language and how to communicate with clarity
• Creating a collaborative team
• Negotiating conflict
• and so much more………
Places are limited so please reserve your place (at this free event) and bring along family, friends, colleagues and your clients.
Register for this event here
Fierce Conversations: A Coaching Approach to Difficult Conversations. 11.00-12.00 at York Associates Peasholme House, St Saviour’s Pl, York YO1 7PJ
Join Mike Hogan, Director at York Associates, for a facilitated session looking at the concepts and methodology of Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott. Mike will share the key concepts followed by a group discussion looking at how we can support others in terms of effective communication in their own environments.
Celebration event at York Associates Peasholme House, St Saviour’s Pl, York YO1 7PJ 12.15-14.00
Join us as we round off the week with our annual celebration event. Please bring a contribution of £5.00 towards the cost of lunch