Advanced Cognitive Coaching
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969 Advanced Cognitive Coaching
Presented by: John Clarke
Located at: Central Alberta Regional Consortium
8 Page Avenue, Red Deer, AB
About the Session

Increasing individual potential, Cognitive Coachingâ„  is a model that supports individuals and organizations in becoming self-directed, and in turn, become self-managing, self-monitoring, and self-modifying. The results are stronger individuals within a team and better organizational teams overall. For educators who have completed the Cognitive CoachingSM Foundations Seminar, the Advanced Cognitive Coaching Seminar provides participants with deepened knowledge and skills for refinement of a coach’s meditational toolbox.

Cognitive Coaching Seminars® include:

  • Foundation Training
  • Advanced Training
  • Group Coaching
  • Calibrating Conversation Training
  • Proficiency Modules
  • Application Academies

Advanced Cognitive Coaching Outcomes:

  • Refined and extended core coaching capabilities and skills
  • Expanded possibilities of and applications of identities as mediators
  • Personal coaching mastery framed as a journey, not a destination

PARTICIPATION/CREDIT REQUIREMENTS: To receive credit, you will need to attend all days of this professional development.

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About the Presenter(s)

John Clarke John Clarke has facilitated programs that promote the development of enhanced teaching practice, the creation and maintenance of positive and successful school cultures and the establishment of quality work environments. He has been a trainer, facilitator and presenter for schools, school districts and professional organizations across Canada, the United States and Australia for 25 years.John has over 30 years experience as a counselor, teacher and principal at the Junior and Senior High School levels. He holds a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology.

Registration Deadline: November 11, 2019

Fee: $1200.00

Registration Notes:

You must attend all days of this series to receive credit.