Tools for anyone
The more tools we have in our "toolbox", the more effective we can be. Rosey is available to share these tools with you or your group, in person or by teleconference.
Emotional Literacy - What feelings can tell us
As coaches, we know that the feelings we sense in our clients
are powerful resources about how to move forward.
But how to access them? And what to do with them
once they have been identified?
In this 1 ½ hour workshop, you will learn that feelings carry
messages, how to read those messages,
and what we need to do.
You will also learn about how one may substitute
"acceptable" feelings for feelings that are "not okay",
and how recognizing when this happens can open blocks
to getting what one needs.
Individual coaching following the seminar adds personal benefit,
and brings alive the possibilities for this tool when working
with clients, staff, and others.
Based on work by Bill Kondrath. See God's Tapestry:
Understandiig and Celebrating Differences, Alban Institute,
Adaptive Change Concepts
Seems like what you have been doing just doesn't work anymore? But you just
cannot imagine what would work?
Rosey will coach your organization to imagine new ways to function that fit where you want to be. Using a model of the action learning cycle of diagnosing, designing,
implementing and reflecting, she will create space for you to reach your new
For your reading: The Practice of Adaptive Leadership by Ronals Heifetz, Alexander Grashow and Marty LInsky, Harvard Business Press, Boston MA
Healthy Relationship Skills and Concepts
Whether in our couple relationships, within our families or
with co-workers and friends, there are skills and concepts
that can help us to be more satisfied.
The topics below can be a "stand-alone" workshop or
part of a series.
Communication skills – respectful speaking,
reflective listening, expressing feelings, communicating
in ways that help you get what you want and
keep the relationship healthy, too!
Shared values – Identifying your values, talking about them
with your partner or family, and taking steps to live in ways consistent with your values.
Problem-solving and conflict resolution – Practical and
proven processes to solve problems so that everyone wins.