In this half-day event, we will explore together, experimentally and experientially, the realm of self-awareness and consciousness.
First, we will explore it in and of itself.
We will then break it down into three component parts:
From there, we will connect it with mentor coaching and coaching supervision and see how it supports both these core activities of ACSM.
The foundation offered comes from the work of G. I. Gurdjieff.
‘Gurdjieff believed that because of our conditioning and education most of us live our lives as unconscious automatons. Oblivious to our own real potential, our essence, we are totally “identified” with our personality, our self-image, and with whatever thoughts, feelings, images, daydreams, or sensations capture our attention at the moment. Because we so quickly and mechanically say “I” to each impulse as it arises, we believe we are masters of ourselves, seldom noticing our own inner fragmentation and our lack of will and choice as a result of this fragmentation. We lose ourselves at every moment in one or another aspect of our lives, out of touch with the remarkable wholeness that is our birthright.
The event will be a co-creation between the facilitators and the participants, each bringing their unique contribution to the melting pot, for the benefit of all.
About Jean-Francois Jadin
Jean-Francois’ expertise in coaching, facilitation and assessment has been built over a 20-year career in key leadership roles, including a regional CEO position with the American Management Association global network. He has designed, developed and implemented numerous talent development solutions for both multi-national corporations such as Citigroup or Pfizer or organizations such as Singapore Airlines.
A credentialed coach by the International Coach Federation, as well as a registered mentor coach, Jean-Francois focuses on integral coaching: he focuses on long term excellence, the ability to self-correct and the competence in being self-generating. In action, this means understanding clients with great depth and scope, converse with them in a way that opens insights and possibilities, and offer a path forward that includes activities custom-designed for them.
Sept 17th 2016, 9am to 12pm