10.00am to 11.30am GMT on Monday 13th March 2017
“Don’t gobblefunk around with words.”
About this Webinar
Our work is carried through the medium of words – and through the silences between words. We connect through words. Healthy, successful professional and business relationships depend on our ability to be in dialogue – to use the ‘best words in the best order’.
That is why we need to become Dialogue Artists. Dialogue allows each person in the conversation to think and share clearly – allowing the right words to emerge at the right moment. It ensures that the best ideas and solutions emerge naturally out of collective reflection, imagination and cognition. Respect for the others’ thinking and the capacity to be in the flow of exchange appropriately, are key ingredients in skilful dialogue processes.
In this webinar, we will use the work of Bohm, Issacs and Buber to establish key ideas about dialogue including exploration of the political and ontological basis of Buber’s thought. His ‘I-Thou’ is as relevant to our well-being as practitioners, as it is to providing a necessary counterpoint to the contemporary political and spiritual climate in which we all work.
We will frame the focus on dialogue with reference to ‘WHO you are is HOW you work’, to the relational skills required for us to be dialogue artists at work and to the effects of digitisation on our minds.
This webinar will remind you of how you relate and speak when you are working at your best! It will also equip you with new ideas and practices to deepen your skills. And there will be time to dialogue about what emerges in our session – so come prepared to talk, share and enjoy!
Edna Murdoch: Director Coaching Supervision Academy. www.coachingsupervisionacademy.com
Edna Murdoch founded the Coaching Supervision Academy in 2003. CSA is now the global leader in coach supervision training. Edna is an accredited coach supervisor with APECS and has been training and supervising coaches, mentors and leaders world-wide since 2006. She co-authored CSA’s ‘Full Spectrum Supervision’ and has presented at many international coaching and supervision conferences. Edna has a particular interest in how we place ourselves in conversation and how that affects our work-based exchanges.
To book your place
£20 (£15 for CSA graduates) and will be eligible for a CPD Certificate
The webinar will be held on Zoom. The Zoom link will be sent to you a week prior to the Webinar