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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Meeting
Speaker: Joe Mannion
Topic: The Practice of Mindfulness in Coaching
Description: Joe Mannion is a Sport and High Performance Psychology Consultant who works with athletes, coaches, executives and entrepreneurs to help them perform at a higher level, more consistently, and with greater satisfaction and well-being.
“As much as clients desire and feel comfortable, we build on existing mental skills and strengths and identify and work through potential obstacles to desired goals, whether cognitive (e.g., beliefs), emotional (e.g., anxieties), behavioral (e.g., habits), or interpersonal.
I have a special interest in mindfulness-based approaches and am grateful to have contributed to peer-reviewed sport & performance psychology conference workshops & publications in the area. Although not a panacea, mindfulness has been shown to enhance Development of an approach-style to challenge (vs avoidance), Goal setting & attainment, Key mental skills (e.g., focus, perseverance), Relaxation, Impulse control, Leadership & communication, Presence & interpersonal attunement, Performance under pressure and resilience …and a host of factors that can influence success & happiness. “
Join us on Tuesday, July 22nd to hear Joe share his insights, stories, knowledge and experience during a conversational and interactive presentation introducing the practice of mindfulness in coaching.
- Defining mindfulness
- What distinguishes mindfulness from other types of awareness
- Compelling sport-performance, health psychology and neuroimaging research findings
- Mindfully optimizing patterns of collaborative relationships
- The effects of mindfulness on collaborative relationships and share some mindfulness exercises.
Joe would like to know if you have anything in particular you would like him to discuss. Please email him directly at joe@AllWorldPerformance.com. You can learn more about him from his website: www.allworldperformance.com
You don’t want to miss this special engagement!
The meeting will be free to members.
Cost: $20.00 non-members and *first time visitors.
*This is an exception to our usual policy. First time visitors will be invited to attend at no cost once again at our next scheduled meeting (September 23, 2014).
Invite your coach friends
What Date: July 22, 2014
What Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m
Where: The Heights in Richmond Heights, 8001 Dale Avenue, Richmond Heights, MO 63117
Join Us for After Hours Networking
ICF St. Louis creates opportunities for new and seasoned coaches to network and develop relationships with other professionals in the community by sharing successes and challenges to enrich both their professional and personal life.
We want our members to become a part of the community and creating a network of collegues, friends and connections is the first step!
Enjoy Networking from 7:45 to 9:45pm.
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