In an age when problems and obstacles seem to dominate our professional landscape, wouldn’t it be nice to find some solutions? Solution-Focused Coaching (SFC) is an action-oriented results-driven framework that moves people away from being mired in problems and allows them to recognize the solutions within their grasp.
On May 16, Taryn Stejskal, Ph.D., consultant at FlashPoint, will serve as our featured presenter, sharing how you can use SFC techniques within your organization to help coaching participants achieve goals, develop new skills, or address workplace challenges. During our time together, Dr. Stejskal will:
• Discuss when coaching might be appropriate
• Highlight research studies conducted on coaching within organizations and coaching’s ROI
• Differentiate coaching from other disciplines such as mentoring, therapy, and training
• Explain the theory behind SFC and share how this framework can be applied within organizations
• Demonstrate the importance of systemic thinking
• Discuss what truly creates meaningful change for individuals and groups
• Provide insights into the application of SFC techniques such as empathic reflections, validation, reframing, and insight-oriented questions
Through discussion, you will gain an appreciation for how the SFC model can enhance the talent within your organization and help you determine the next steps for your talent development.
Date: May 16, 2013Time: Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and the session runs from 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Location: Butler University - basement of Robertson Hall
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