Coaching for People Centered Leadership

This workshop focuses on applying positive psychology coaching within the leadership context.

Workshop Details

This workshop focuses on applying positive psychology coaching within the leadership context. This means the focus is on driving performance at work through wellbeing of people.

This workshop introduces Executive and Leadership Coaches to scientific models and tools and techniques that can be used to facilitate coaching clients to achieve high performance growth through wellbeing. During the workshop activities will challenge coaches to reflect on how they are supporting their clients with Positive Psychology Leadership Coaching.

This workshop is applicable for leadership coaches focusing on positive psychology.

Who is this workshop for?

Coaches, Practitioners & Professionals

This workshop – which is part of The Enrichment Series – is for coaches, practitioners and professionals without a coaching background who are interested in personal and professional development, and exposure to Positive Psychology, Positive Psychology Coaching, Evidence-Based Coaching, and beyond.

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Workshop Learning Objectives

During the workshop, you complete the following learning objectives.

Learning Objective #1

Understand what we mean by Positive Psychology Leadership Coaching in the context of People Centred Leadership.

Learning Objective #2

Discuss, how we, as coaches can support our leaders & their teams to thrive using the positive psychology coaching lens.

Learning Objective #3

Identify coaching approaches that can facilitate clients to drive performance at work through the wellbeing of people, specifically through positive meaning.

Meet your instructor

Aoife Mollin MSc., ACC (ICF)

As a career and leadership coach, Aoife helps managers thrive professionally to raise confidence and reduce stress so they can also flourish in their personal lives.

Aoife is intentional about using evidence-based coaching principles to further enhance her coaching abilities by combining them with a strengths-based approach.

Her strong listening skills served her well as a change management consultant, and she supplemented them by building strong questioning skills during her coaching training, which focused on the neuroscience behind change and helping clients develop their self-awareness. As a 2016 ICF Coach of the Year finalist, Aoife is inspired by wanting to change the corporate world and its leaders to be more focused on people and sustainability.