The 2018 Art of Coaching Conference

February 19-21, 2018  *  The Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey Bay, CA

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Join hundreds of educators from across the country to explore coaching in schools. There will be three session blocks with opportunities to go deep on a range of topics - from coaching resistant teachers to establishing a coaching program; from working across generational lines to coaching in a virtual platform. In addition, we'll have opportunities for less formal learning in the form of panel discussions, skill-building practice sessions, and conversation circles.

Don't miss key note speeches by Elena Aguilar, author of The Art of Coaching and The Art of Coaching Teams, Zaretta Hammond, author of Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain, and Jennifer Abrams, author of Hard Conversations Unpacked and The Multigenerational Workplace. Elena, Zaretta and Jenn will also offer breakout sessions on their work.

These will be two highly engaging, reflective and provocative days of learning in one of the most beautiful settings in the world! At the Asilomar Conference Center, on the Monterey Bay, you'll also be able to walk along the beach and enjoy the coastal forests. This will be a learning event unlike any other.


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Schedule
Monday, February 19, 2018
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM PST

Arrival and Registration

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM PST

Session 1 - Coaching Conversations on Equity

Elena Aguilar Equity

This session will provide three concrete strategies for coaching for equity. Participants will observe Elena model a coaching conversation that focuses on equity and will practice using the strategies themselves. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring

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Session 1 - Coaching as a Tool for Healing and Justice

What is healing? What is the justice we are seeking? What is our responsibility as coaches to contribute to the healing of others? This interactive experience will call us to engage as clients, as coaches, and as justice-seeking leaders. We will explore coaching as a tool for healing that allows people to accelerate and sustain progress in their craft, cultivate more empathy and compassion, and lead in more just and equitable ways. Participants will observe, experience, and practice three different coaching techniques. Through firsthand experience, participants will determine how to best leverage these techniques to create immediate change. Audience: Primarily Coaches | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Classroom Data as a Catalyst for Change

In this session, participants will learn more about how to more strategically collect and use classroom-observation data and student work in coaching. Together, we’ll explore the types of high-leverage data that can shift teacher practice and beliefs and explore new tools to gather it. Participants will begin to draft a plan for using data with some of coachees, and will plan for and practice enrolling a coachee in using data. Audience: Primarily Coaches | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Creating a Transformative Coaching Framework

Lauren Short Leadership

Are you working to define coaching in your organization? In this session, participants will learn useful ways to prioritize and strategize to develop the foundations for a successful coaching framework. We will review resources, collaborate with peers, and reflect on your vision for effective coaching to help you draft the core components for your framework. Audience: School Leadership | Content Level: Deepening

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Adult Learning for Transformation and Liberation

Laurelin Whitfield Leadership

The transformation of our schools hinges upon the ability of the adults who work in them to learn and lead in new, often unfamiliar ways. This session applies transformative learning theory to the design of powerful, effective professional development. We’ll dig into scholarship from the field of adult education and practice applying key concepts in the design of an authentic learning experience. Audience: All | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Starting Anew: Coaching School Leaders through Transformation

Cheryl Beeson Resilience

Participants will craft a framework for the process of starting over, whether it’s a new school, a new school year, or any other time of turnaround. We will consider how to establish, model, and incorporate processes, products, and learning outcomes for teams and meetings. As part of the leader's efforts to develop the emotional resilience of the faculty, participants will experience a Paideia Seminar as a method for building a strong community of learners. Audience: Primarily Coaches | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Coaching New Teachers: For Now and Forever

David Carter Mark Isero Resilience

In this session, participants will explore this driving question: To what extent does the relative newness of a teacher impact our coaching approach? Given the new normal of the nationwide teacher shortage crisis, and the rising numbers of new teachers in classrooms, how does this impact a coaching program? Through reading, constructivist listening, and role play, participants will investigate the unique experience of the new teacher and consider their own coaching approach through the new-teacher lens. Audience: Primarily Coaches | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Coaching Techniques for Working with Teams

How can we draw on our skill and experience as coaches to support us in the complex work of leading teams? In this session, we'll explore the overlap and differences between coaching individuals and coaching teams. Many of the same mindsets and skills apply, with the (not insignificant) added layer of group dynamics. We'll identify and practice coaching skills to leverage with teams and gain clarity on the added skills necessary for working with a group. Audience: School Leadership | Content Level: Exploring

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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM PST

Dinner

Crocker Hall
7:15 PM - 7:30 PM PST

Welcome

Merrill Hall
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM PST

Keynote

Zaretta Hammond Merrill Hall

“Coaching Brave: Building Teacher Capacity for Culturally Responsive Teaching”

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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM PST

Morning Yoga

Create space in both your body and mind as you welcome the day ahead. Find your flow in this vinyasa-inspired class that will focus on linking breath and movement. Explore your edges and allow your practice to replenish your spirit. Modifications will be given and all levels are welcome.

*Please bring your own yoga mat or towel from your room.

Show details Hide details
7:30 AM - 8:45 AM PST

Breakfast

Crocker Hall
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PST

Keynote

Elena Aguilar Merrill Hall

"Coaching for Emotional Resilience"

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10:15 AM - 11:45 AM PST

Session 2 - Coaching To Increase Cultural Responsiveness

As part of their equity agenda, many schools are embracing culturally responsive teaching. Yet, most teachers don’t know how to begin implementing these practices. Coaches and teacher leaders become a vital part of this process. In this session, participants will examine the core mindsets, moves, and capacities of the Ready for Rigor framework necessary for executing culturally responsive practices for impact. We will use scenarios and role plays to deepen our understanding of CRT and build our toolbox. Audience: All | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Turning Inward: Doing the self-work that fosters equity

Transformation of others and of systems requires that we first, and ongoingly, transform ourselves. In this session, participants will learning fundamental concepts around equity such as implicit bias, microagressions, and white fragility. We will reflect deeply on our own cultural experiences and listen to the stories of others. We will begin to investigate where we are being culturally responsive educators and leaders, and where perhaps we have room to grow. The session is designed to be challenging, healing, and supportive, and aims to leave participants with a sense of inspired urgency. Audience: All | Content Level: Deepening

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Coaching Techniques for Working with Teams (also offered during session#1)

How can we draw on our skill and experience as coaches to support us in the complex work of leading teams? In this session, we'll explore the overlap and differences between coaching individuals and coaching teams. Many of the same mindsets and skills apply, with the (not insignificant) added layer of group dynamics. We'll identify and practice coaching skills to leverage with teams and gain clarity on the added skills necessary for working with a group. Audience: School Leadership | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Virtual Coaching: From Transactional to Transformational!

Laurelin Whitfield Leadership

Virtual coaching and its cousin, video-based coaching, have the potential to reduce the cost and expand the impact of many coaching programs. Learn about and experience some of the technologies emerging in this new field and discover the conditions necessary to ensure transformational outcomes for teachers and students. We'll also explore how to use virtual methods to support and develop a coaching team. Audience: Coach Leadership | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Coaching for Emotional Resilience

Elena Aguilar Resilience

Learn the foundations of coaching for emotional resilience by exploring and strengthening your own resilience. This session will offer a sneak peak of Elena's forthcoming book, Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators, and will introduce its conceptual framework. After learning about the framework, participants will practice key strategies for coaching towards resilience. Audience: All | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Hard Conversations Unpacked - Find Your Voice around What Matters

Jennifer Abrams Resilience

You know how to speak up. You have a sense of what it takes. Now you want more insight in how to speak up with even more credibility and with care. This session will revisit the key elements of the book, Having Hard Conversations, and go beyond, providing additional strategies for being more confident and compassionate when faced with situations involving conflict. Audience: All | Content Level: Entering

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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST

Lunch

Crocker Hall
1:15 PM - 2:45 PM PST
2:45 PM - 3:15 PM PST
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM PST

Workshops

These will be shorter opportunities for learning and practice!

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4:30 PM - 6:00 PM PST
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM PST

Dinner

Crocker Hall
7:15 PM - 8:30 PM PST

Keynote

Jennifer Abrams Merrill Hall

What Does It Take to Play in the 'Deep End' of the Pool?

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM PST

Morning Yoga

Create space in both your body and mind as you welcome the day ahead. Find your flow in this vinyasa-inspired class that will focus on linking breath and movement. Explore your edges and allow your practice to replenish your spirit. Modifications will be given and all levels are welcome.

*Please bring your own yoga mat or towel from your room.

Show details Hide details
7:30 AM - 8:45 AM PST

Breakfast

Crocker Hall
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST

Session 3 - Coaching for Equity

Elena Aguilar Equity

Effective coaching for equity begins long before a coach engages in a conversation with an equity focus. In this session, you'll learn how to prepare for a conversation in which you will explore equity issues with a client, how to ready your mind and spirit, and how to set yourself up for a successful coaching conversation. You'll have time to plan for a coaching conversation that has an equity focus and to get feedback on your plan. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Coaching across Lines of Difference

Coaching someone of a different race, ethnicity, or gender can bring up questions and challenges that sometimes feel scary to name. And yet, acknowledging difference is key in building resilient learning communities. In this workshop we will explore multiple kinds of differences that can impact a coaching relationship. We will identify ways of being and mindsets that can bridge these differences and lead to greater understanding and connection. We will also explore and practice several strategies for coaching across lines of difference. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring.

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Coaching for Systems Change: One Conversation at a Time

Using the Seven Lessons for Leaders in Systems Change as a guide, participants will explore how coaching at multiple levels of your organization can shift beliefs for more equitable schools. This session will invite participants to reflect on their own system dilemmas, explore equity gaps, and apply principles of coaching to make every conversation count. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Becoming a Coach of Coaches

Lauren Short Leadership

Are you helping to develop coaches? In this session, participants will have the opportunity to learn, listen, and collaborate with colleagues to identify coaching structures in your current system, prioritize coaching strategies and techniques to develop coaching, and develop coaching plans to help coaches develop their practice and maximize growth. Audience: Coach Leadership | Content Level: Deepening

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Leading the System: A Learning Organization Framework

Sarah Leiker Leadership

Explore a framework for becoming a learning organization that sets the stage for disciplined adult learning. We'll discuss the ways structures, leadership, and culture created and maintained by adults that can sustain your organization's focus on learning. After an analysis of these foundational elements, we'll begin to draft an outline for ongoing learning opportunities for adults that will lead to improvement of student learning outcomes. Audience: School Leadership | Content level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Coaching for Resilience: An Inquiry Project

Anna Martin Resilience

Building our students' resilience is widely recognized as vital, but what about our teachers and leaders? This session will explore the techniques and findings from a coaching team that has spent the past year conducting an inquiry project to explore how to coach for emotional resilience. Participants will explore and apply the latest research, try out new tools for building resilience with real-life scenarios, and practice and play with language and other techniques for coaching clients through strong emotions. Audience: Coach Leadership | Content Level: Deepening

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Advanced Listening Techniques

Lettecia Kratz Resilience

Coaching begins with the act of listening, so the best coaches frequently reflect on their awareness and refine their skill in this area. In this session, we'll build on techniques introduced in The Art of Coaching: Foundations workshop to explore more advanced exercises for building our listening "muscles." We look at a few new tools and, after practicing them, consider how they might also be used to help clients build skill in listening. By helping our clients listen better to students, to colleagues, and to their own hearts, we can build resilience and interrupt the rut stories that hinder transformation. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM PST
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST

Lunch and Departure

Crocker Hall
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM PST

Arrival and Registration

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM PST

Session 1 - Coaching Conversations on Equity

Elena Aguilar Equity

This session will provide three concrete strategies for coaching for equity. Participants will observe Elena model a coaching conversation that focuses on equity and will practice using the strategies themselves. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Coaching as a Tool for Healing and Justice

What is healing? What is the justice we are seeking? What is our responsibility as coaches to contribute to the healing of others? This interactive experience will call us to engage as clients, as coaches, and as justice-seeking leaders. We will explore coaching as a tool for healing that allows people to accelerate and sustain progress in their craft, cultivate more empathy and compassion, and lead in more just and equitable ways. Participants will observe, experience, and practice three different coaching techniques. Through firsthand experience, participants will determine how to best leverage these techniques to create immediate change. Audience: Primarily Coaches | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Classroom Data as a Catalyst for Change

In this session, participants will learn more about how to more strategically collect and use classroom-observation data and student work in coaching. Together, we’ll explore the types of high-leverage data that can shift teacher practice and beliefs and explore new tools to gather it. Participants will begin to draft a plan for using data with some of coachees, and will plan for and practice enrolling a coachee in using data. Audience: Primarily Coaches | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Creating a Transformative Coaching Framework

Lauren Short Leadership

Are you working to define coaching in your organization? In this session, participants will learn useful ways to prioritize and strategize to develop the foundations for a successful coaching framework. We will review resources, collaborate with peers, and reflect on your vision for effective coaching to help you draft the core components for your framework. Audience: School Leadership | Content Level: Deepening

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Adult Learning for Transformation and Liberation

Laurelin Whitfield Leadership

The transformation of our schools hinges upon the ability of the adults who work in them to learn and lead in new, often unfamiliar ways. This session applies transformative learning theory to the design of powerful, effective professional development. We’ll dig into scholarship from the field of adult education and practice applying key concepts in the design of an authentic learning experience. Audience: All | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Starting Anew: Coaching School Leaders through Transformation

Cheryl Beeson Resilience

Participants will craft a framework for the process of starting over, whether it’s a new school, a new school year, or any other time of turnaround. We will consider how to establish, model, and incorporate processes, products, and learning outcomes for teams and meetings. As part of the leader's efforts to develop the emotional resilience of the faculty, participants will experience a Paideia Seminar as a method for building a strong community of learners. Audience: Primarily Coaches | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Coaching New Teachers: For Now and Forever

David Carter Mark Isero Resilience

In this session, participants will explore this driving question: To what extent does the relative newness of a teacher impact our coaching approach? Given the new normal of the nationwide teacher shortage crisis, and the rising numbers of new teachers in classrooms, how does this impact a coaching program? Through reading, constructivist listening, and role play, participants will investigate the unique experience of the new teacher and consider their own coaching approach through the new-teacher lens. Audience: Primarily Coaches | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 1 - Coaching Techniques for Working with Teams

How can we draw on our skill and experience as coaches to support us in the complex work of leading teams? In this session, we'll explore the overlap and differences between coaching individuals and coaching teams. Many of the same mindsets and skills apply, with the (not insignificant) added layer of group dynamics. We'll identify and practice coaching skills to leverage with teams and gain clarity on the added skills necessary for working with a group. Audience: School Leadership | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM PST

Dinner

Crocker Hall
7:15 PM - 7:30 PM PST

Welcome

Merrill Hall
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM PST

Keynote

Zaretta Hammond Merrill Hall

“Coaching Brave: Building Teacher Capacity for Culturally Responsive Teaching”

Show details Hide details
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM PST

Morning Yoga

Create space in both your body and mind as you welcome the day ahead. Find your flow in this vinyasa-inspired class that will focus on linking breath and movement. Explore your edges and allow your practice to replenish your spirit. Modifications will be given and all levels are welcome.

*Please bring your own yoga mat or towel from your room.

Show details Hide details
7:30 AM - 8:45 AM PST

Breakfast

Crocker Hall
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PST

Keynote

Elena Aguilar Merrill Hall

"Coaching for Emotional Resilience"

Show details Hide details
10:15 AM - 11:45 AM PST

Session 2 - Coaching To Increase Cultural Responsiveness

As part of their equity agenda, many schools are embracing culturally responsive teaching. Yet, most teachers don’t know how to begin implementing these practices. Coaches and teacher leaders become a vital part of this process. In this session, participants will examine the core mindsets, moves, and capacities of the Ready for Rigor framework necessary for executing culturally responsive practices for impact. We will use scenarios and role plays to deepen our understanding of CRT and build our toolbox. Audience: All | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Turning Inward: Doing the self-work that fosters equity

Transformation of others and of systems requires that we first, and ongoingly, transform ourselves. In this session, participants will learning fundamental concepts around equity such as implicit bias, microagressions, and white fragility. We will reflect deeply on our own cultural experiences and listen to the stories of others. We will begin to investigate where we are being culturally responsive educators and leaders, and where perhaps we have room to grow. The session is designed to be challenging, healing, and supportive, and aims to leave participants with a sense of inspired urgency. Audience: All | Content Level: Deepening

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Coaching Techniques for Working with Teams (also offered during session#1)

How can we draw on our skill and experience as coaches to support us in the complex work of leading teams? In this session, we'll explore the overlap and differences between coaching individuals and coaching teams. Many of the same mindsets and skills apply, with the (not insignificant) added layer of group dynamics. We'll identify and practice coaching skills to leverage with teams and gain clarity on the added skills necessary for working with a group. Audience: School Leadership | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Virtual Coaching: From Transactional to Transformational!

Laurelin Whitfield Leadership

Virtual coaching and its cousin, video-based coaching, have the potential to reduce the cost and expand the impact of many coaching programs. Learn about and experience some of the technologies emerging in this new field and discover the conditions necessary to ensure transformational outcomes for teachers and students. We'll also explore how to use virtual methods to support and develop a coaching team. Audience: Coach Leadership | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Coaching for Emotional Resilience

Elena Aguilar Resilience

Learn the foundations of coaching for emotional resilience by exploring and strengthening your own resilience. This session will offer a sneak peak of Elena's forthcoming book, Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators, and will introduce its conceptual framework. After learning about the framework, participants will practice key strategies for coaching towards resilience. Audience: All | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 2 - Hard Conversations Unpacked - Find Your Voice around What Matters

Jennifer Abrams Resilience

You know how to speak up. You have a sense of what it takes. Now you want more insight in how to speak up with even more credibility and with care. This session will revisit the key elements of the book, Having Hard Conversations, and go beyond, providing additional strategies for being more confident and compassionate when faced with situations involving conflict. Audience: All | Content Level: Entering

Show details Hide details
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST

Lunch

Crocker Hall
1:15 PM - 2:45 PM PST
2:45 PM - 3:15 PM PST
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM PST

Workshops

These will be shorter opportunities for learning and practice!

Show details Hide details
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM PST
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM PST

Dinner

Crocker Hall
7:15 PM - 8:30 PM PST

Keynote

Jennifer Abrams Merrill Hall

What Does It Take to Play in the 'Deep End' of the Pool?

Show details Hide details
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM PST

Morning Yoga

Create space in both your body and mind as you welcome the day ahead. Find your flow in this vinyasa-inspired class that will focus on linking breath and movement. Explore your edges and allow your practice to replenish your spirit. Modifications will be given and all levels are welcome.

*Please bring your own yoga mat or towel from your room.

Show details Hide details
7:30 AM - 8:45 AM PST

Breakfast

Crocker Hall
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST

Session 3 - Coaching for Equity

Elena Aguilar Equity

Effective coaching for equity begins long before a coach engages in a conversation with an equity focus. In this session, you'll learn how to prepare for a conversation in which you will explore equity issues with a client, how to ready your mind and spirit, and how to set yourself up for a successful coaching conversation. You'll have time to plan for a coaching conversation that has an equity focus and to get feedback on your plan. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Coaching across Lines of Difference

Coaching someone of a different race, ethnicity, or gender can bring up questions and challenges that sometimes feel scary to name. And yet, acknowledging difference is key in building resilient learning communities. In this workshop we will explore multiple kinds of differences that can impact a coaching relationship. We will identify ways of being and mindsets that can bridge these differences and lead to greater understanding and connection. We will also explore and practice several strategies for coaching across lines of difference. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring.

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Coaching for Systems Change: One Conversation at a Time

Using the Seven Lessons for Leaders in Systems Change as a guide, participants will explore how coaching at multiple levels of your organization can shift beliefs for more equitable schools. This session will invite participants to reflect on their own system dilemmas, explore equity gaps, and apply principles of coaching to make every conversation count. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Becoming a Coach of Coaches

Lauren Short Leadership

Are you helping to develop coaches? In this session, participants will have the opportunity to learn, listen, and collaborate with colleagues to identify coaching structures in your current system, prioritize coaching strategies and techniques to develop coaching, and develop coaching plans to help coaches develop their practice and maximize growth. Audience: Coach Leadership | Content Level: Deepening

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Leading the System: A Learning Organization Framework

Sarah Leiker Leadership

Explore a framework for becoming a learning organization that sets the stage for disciplined adult learning. We'll discuss the ways structures, leadership, and culture created and maintained by adults that can sustain your organization's focus on learning. After an analysis of these foundational elements, we'll begin to draft an outline for ongoing learning opportunities for adults that will lead to improvement of student learning outcomes. Audience: School Leadership | Content level: Entering

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Coaching for Resilience: An Inquiry Project

Anna Martin Resilience

Building our students' resilience is widely recognized as vital, but what about our teachers and leaders? This session will explore the techniques and findings from a coaching team that has spent the past year conducting an inquiry project to explore how to coach for emotional resilience. Participants will explore and apply the latest research, try out new tools for building resilience with real-life scenarios, and practice and play with language and other techniques for coaching clients through strong emotions. Audience: Coach Leadership | Content Level: Deepening

Show details Hide details

Session 3 - Advanced Listening Techniques

Lettecia Kratz Resilience

Coaching begins with the act of listening, so the best coaches frequently reflect on their awareness and refine their skill in this area. In this session, we'll build on techniques introduced in The Art of Coaching: Foundations workshop to explore more advanced exercises for building our listening "muscles." We look at a few new tools and, after practicing them, consider how they might also be used to help clients build skill in listening. By helping our clients listen better to students, to colleagues, and to their own hearts, we can build resilience and interrupt the rut stories that hinder transformation. Audience: All | Content Level: Exploring

Show details Hide details
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM PST
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST

Lunch and Departure

Crocker Hall


WHERE
Asilomar Conference Center
800 Asilomar Ave, Pacific Grove, CA 93950, United States
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Organizer
Elena Aguilar
http://www.brightmorningteam.com
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