Coaching SIG: Joint CBODN-ASTD SIG
Topic: Intuition and Coaching
What is intuition and its role in coaching? How does intuition operate in executive decision making? To be effective a coach must understand how their own intuition works during the coaching process as well as the intuition of the client.
Our session will focus on the role of implicit learning and how it is the foundation for intuition. We’ll also discuss the role of explicit learning.
Speaker: R. Kevin Flood
Kevin’s career has been focused on creating or rejuvenating financially self-sufficient public business programs for the government with a focus on commercial marketing and competitive business techniques.
He has created and managed national accounting systems, museum store retail programs, international media distribution programs, consumer sales, business-to-business sales, and international dealership programs.
Recently Kevin completed a consulting contract at the Library of Congress focused on business development. Previous clients include several federal programs that have been mandated to be 100% cost recoverable and operate as a business.
Kevin began coaching 17 years ago and focuses on individual coaching, business coaching and consulting, addiction, and ADHD clients. In February 2011 he completed the year long Columbia University Coaching Certification program.
SIG Leader: Peggy Linden (email@example.com | 301-424-0860)
This group is for those in the CBODN and/or ASTD community who are interested in enhancing their coaching skills and coaching business practices.
The purpose of the Coaching Special Interest Group (SIG) is twofold:
- To provide a community where those interested in the coaching field can informally come together to discuss and share experiences
- To provide a forum for learning new and/or different aspects of the evolving field of coaching
Our efforts are focused on serving the needs and interests of our coaching community. This is most often reflected in areas such as the Identification & Discussion of Tactical and Strategic Coaching Issues; Learning & Sharing of Coaching Models, Techniques, Tools and Strategies; Exploring Ethical and Boundary Issues; Enhancement of Knowledge; and Identification and Sharing of Resources.
Who would benefit from attending: Those in the CBODN and/or ASTD community who are interested in enhancing their coaching skills and coaching business practices.
Meeting Frequency: First Tuesday of each month
*Note: The Coaching SIG does not meet in June, July, or August*
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Bethesda Regional Library
7400 Arlington Road Bethesda, MD
For additional information and directions to the library go to www.montgomerycountymd.gov/library.
Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel your reservation for this event, please contact the SIG leader Peggy Linden to notify her of that change.