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ROUNDTABLE - COACHING - Facing Change with Powerful Questions

Date: April 21, 2021
Location: Online


CPD hours: 1.5
 
Roundtables are exclusively available and free for CPHR BC & Yukon Members. These events are peer-to-peer sharing and members play an active role in sharing knowledge and building community. Confidentiality is requested amongst the members present. Roundtables are not recorded for later viewing.
 
 
Topic: Facing Change with Powerful Questions
 
An interactive exploration of powerful questions to ask as we go through change. We explore 3 models that prompt us to ask powerful questions that help us feel more empowered and have more meaningful conversations about our inner personal and collective journeys as we go through change. 
 
In conversation with your colleagues:
  • Explore how the distinction between our story (content) and where we are being with the story from (context) open new possibilities for meaning making through change 
  • Understand and apply Michael Beckwith's states of consciousness and the questions we ask in each state: to me, by me, through me, as me 
  • Understand and apply Alan Seale's levels of engagement from Drama to Choice and Opportunity 
  • Discuss Otto Scharmer’s 4 Levels of Listening and the application of powerful questions, deep listening, and silence to create space for self-discovery and transformation 
  • Understand and apply Alan Seale's deep simple coaching tool to help move to deeper levels of engagement, awareness, and listening into our higher potential
 
 
Guest Facilitator: Kieran Harrop, MBA, ACC, CSTC, is Vice President, Consulting Services at BDO and an Executive, Leadership, and Team Coach who is passionate about helping individuals and teams become the best version of themselves. He co-creates safe and co-generative space for individuals and teams to move from distrust, dysfunction, and anxiety to courage, authenticity, and high performance. Less from ego and more from presence, being, and authentic self.  He is a Certified Systemic Team Coach awarded by the Academy of Executive Coaching. He is Brené Brown Dare to Lead Trained, a Certified Deep Transformational Coach, an Associate Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and President of ICF Vancouver Island
 
 
Linda Alexander
Roundtable Host: Donna Hall, CPHR, based on BC’s Sunshine Coast, the territory of the shíshálh and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nations, Donna is a CHPR and member of the International Coaches Federation (ICF). She launched Donna Hall Coaching to support professionals with their careers while sharing her expertise in HR and recruitment. 
 
Roundtable Host: Beth Page, PhD, CPHR and a professional certified coach is the owner of Dream Catcher Consulting. In addition to her consulting and coaching practice, she also serves as a member of associate faculty at Royal Roads University in Victoria, Canada. She can be reached at beth@dreamcatcher-consulting.com
Ceyda Gultan
 
Location:
This roundtable will take place online on Zoom.
 
 
Time:
5:30pm to 7:00pm – Pacific Standard Time (PST) – Vancouver
 
 
Registration: Please register by the date indicated below. You will receive a registration confirmation immediately. The details on how to access the online roundtable will be sent via a calendar invite from Emmalee Gummer by the end of the business day before.
 
 
Registration Deadline - April 20th, 2021 - 3 pm              
Registration Fee
CPHR BC & Yukon Members - all categories   Included with Membership

  Members Only
 
 
Questions
  • Questions about registrations can be directed to Emmalee Gummer, Member Relations Coordinator, Vancouver Island
  • Questions about this roundtable can be directed to Carolyne Taylor, Member Relations Manager, Vancouver Island
CPHR BC & Yukon wishes to create a safe, respectful and inclusive environment for all.  Please remember that while participating in this event, whether online or in person, Association members have the duty to conduct themselves in an ethical and professional manner and are expected to abide by the CPHR BC & Yukon Professional Rules of Conduct in both verbal and written comments. We reserve the right to remove, or edit any content, that we in our sole discretion consider harmful, offensive, unprofessional or disruptive. Any behavior deemed offensive could result in a participant being muted or removed from the session, may affect their ability to attend future events and, in certain cases, CPHR BC & Yukon membership discipline procedures may be initiated.