Despite it’s prestigious title, the Dialogic Orientation Quadrant is a simple, easy to use tool for research or learning purposes to analyse our coaching /therapeutic conversations bit by bit or sentence by sentence.
Recording, transcripting and thoroughly analyzing our own – real or alternative – dialogues we become observers of ourselves and experts in observation at the same time. We might understand how things we usually refer to as “gut feeling”, “magic” or “the art of therapy / coaching” work in a dialogue setting. We might observe what do we actually do to create and maintain these magical moments and process of co-creation – in every second of the conversation.
we will take a deeper look at how dialogue works so that you can use the following resources immediately in your personal life and professional practice:
Notes: This session requires you to bring a recording device (e.g. devices with a built-in camera and mic such as your smartphones or tablets, or a video camera) and a headset for you to use when transcribing.
23-24th September, 2019
09.00 – 17.30
International researcher of evidence based coaching, a Harvard faculty member at the Institute of Coaching and executive director of the Canadian Centre for Brief Coaching.
A charming, brilliant comedian who gently invites you to take a new perspective on your (professional) life while making you split your sides.
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Price for coaches: 610 EUR
Price for therapists: 305 EUR
Trainer: Haesun Moon (University of Toronto, CA)
The training provides 14 ACSTH points.
Helyszín: Adina Apartment Hotel 1133 Budapest, Hegedűs Gyula utca 52-54.