Space for network members to start discussions, share ideas and resources, and/or raise questions.
It's so exciting to see so many program alums step-up to lead sessions in our "Virtual Connection Spaces" series for the Columbia Coaching Learning Community! I'm pleased to announce dates for our 8th session in the series for July 10th, where I'll be co-hosting with another program alum on "Guided Conversations: Coaching and Beyond." See times, and pre-registration information below.
Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Dana Barbara (Roman), 3CP Alum Cohort 23
Focus: "Guided Conversations Framework: Coaching and Beyond"
The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take VIII - a | Friday July 10, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.
Morning Session Zoom Recording [NOTE: We only recorded the first 20 minutes - forgot to release the "pause" after the Break-out Rooms - view the evening recording for the full session]:
The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take VIII - b | Friday July 10, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.
Evening Session Zoom Recording:
Session Notes and Resources:
PDF of the Session Slides (evening session - same content):
PDF of the chat notes from both the morning and evening sessions, along with the actual "Poll Questions" from the session:
Resource: AHRD Conference Paper That Provides Literature and Research Support for: (1) Learning From Experience (the experiential learning cycle applied to coaching; (2) Coaching Competencies Questioning and Listening; and (3) ORID as an enabler to questioning and listening competences:
Resource: Journal Article on "Levels of Reflection," Including ORID:
Resource: Useful "think piece" entitled "Cultivating Collective Conscience wih Transcedent Self-Presence | A Guided Dialogue Method (includes a discussion on the orgins of, and core components of ORID):
Tool: Guided Conversation Structure and Sample Inquiry:
More resources to follow. Please share comments, observations, and feedback in the "comments" section below.