Join us on Tuesday, November 16, 2021
Freedom From the Burden of Self - How You Can Manage Yourself While Coaching with Tom Krapu, PhD, PC
It is commonly understood that coaches can limit their overall impact when they "get in their own way". This presentation will operationalize the "burden of self" underlying this phenomenon and provide specific guidance on how to stay present with your client and to know when you are not present or imposing yourself on your client. The ICF PCC Marker behaviors will be to tied directly to skills related to self management and the utilization of self in the coaching process. These skills are at the heart of the highest level of coaching skill, but understandable to any coach regardless of level of training or practice.
- Learn how to articulate specific triggers that interfere with being fully present when coaching clients
- Learn how to site specific coaching behaviors related to self-management
- Learn how to properly utilize "the self" in a coaching context
- Learn how to create a plan specifying how through a reflective practice you can develop an increased capacity for self-management
Participants who attend this session will have a deeper awareness of the “utilization of self” in their coaching and a strategy for better self management and self disclosure.
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Meet Tom Krapu
Utilizing evidence based coaching methods, Tom Krapu, PhD, PCC helps his coaching clients create relational impact across their organizations that lead to lasting business results. Whether it is managing up, collaborating with peers, or creating a powerful culture in their organization, Tom's executive coaching increases your leadership agility and advances your career while serving the larger organization. His PhD level of training in psychometrics, assessment and test and scale construction brings the highest level of training and experience to the debriefing of coaching assessments including 360 feedback surveys.
He has worked with individuals in their development for over 30 years and since 2001 as a coach, trainer, and facilitator. Tom has obtained the Professional Coaching Certification (PCC) from the International Coach Federation (ICF) and has coached thousands of hours with hundreds of leadership coaching clients. This includes mid and senior level executive leaders, company presidents, CEOs, and teams in the public, private and non-profit sectors. His work has included an international focus including coaching engagements in India, Malaysia, South Korea and Japan, as well as across Europe and the United States.
His executive coaching experience includes working with executives in a diverse set of disciplines including technology, research and development, healthcare, and investment to publishing, manufacturing, government and even higher education. He teaches executive coaching at the University of Texas-Dallas Jindal School of Management. Tom was also a contributor to the book Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict.