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PCA Idaho November 2018: The Art of Giving Up the Need to Know

  • 09 Nov 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Stevens-Henager College: Room 322, 1444 S Entertainment Ave, Boise, ID 83709


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Back by Popular Demand...Lerae Gidyk, who presented the COACH ME model in October, is with us once more in November!

The Art of Giving Up the Need to Know: Expand Your Listening Presence and Curiosity.

Now this is fun stuff! 

In this session we are going to take two core competencies - Active Listening and Powerful Questioning - and turn them into your coaching SUPER POWERS! I know for a fact that each one of you is a great listener and is skilled at asking questions. You wouldn't be here if you weren't. My guess is that you have probably been utilizing and strengthening these skills your whole life and/or career. 

Whether it is our busy mind's need to know the answer, the "right" question, or the details of a situation etc., our attachment to "knowing" limits our ability to expand our listening presence and diminishes our curiosity. In this presentation we will dive deeply into what it means to give up the need to "know" and give you tips to expand your listening presence and curiosity. It has been my experience that the most powerful questions come from deep contextual listening. Therefore, the key to unlocking Powerful Questioning as one of your coaching super powers is to deepen your capacity to listen.

Lerae Gidyk founded Soul Designs International Coaching Company in 1999. Since then, she has been promoting coaching and conscious choice with client's across the globe. Lerae specializes in the areas of personal, leadership and mentor coaching. She is currently developing online programs in these areas.  Lerae attained her Master Certified Coach (MCC) designation in 2006 and has been a faculty member with Coach U/Corporate Coach U since 2000. Most recently, Lerae has become an assessor with the ICF. Relational Coaching is the philosophical underpinning for Lerae's methodology. She believes that the caliber of relationships one has influences and potentially determines the quality of the results one can achieve. Lerae believes that latent potential exists within all of us. This potential can me harnessed by improving our relationships. Lerae lives in Scotch Creek, BC, Canada, on North Shuswap Lake with her husband, two children and beloved Berner, Lola. 

Feel free to bring and enjoy your lunch during the meeting! 

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