Neuroscience and Coaching

Neuroscience and Coaching

Do findings in Neuroscience matter to us, coaches?

                                                          
 
As coaches, we deal extensively with behaviors- ours and those of our clients-individual and organisations- Neuroscience studies the structure and functions of the nervous system and brain.
 
Our brain controls our behaviour, making the subject of neuroscience an important aspect of our coach knowledge. More importantly, the findings on neuroplasticity in the 1990’s made an important difference to our work as coaches.
 
As coaches, we do not need to know the detailed circuitry of the brain but we do need to know how neuroscience brings credence and adds value to our work.
 
As part of HKICC’s Coach Development series of initiatives, Lola Chetti and Noorulain Yousaf, would like to invite you on an introductory session on the use of neuroscience in a coach’s toolkit.
 
Lola Chetti, is HKICC’s VP for coach development. Lola Chetti holds a Masters with Distinction in Consulting and Coaching for Change – Insead Business School. She is presently based in Hong Kong where she designs executive education training focused on leadership development and coaches Senior Executives and members of the “C” suite. Lola spent 10 years in the judiciary where she retired as a senior magistrate; her coaching career started as a voluntary social worker and stems from a deeply held belief that when people are able to tap into their emotional drivers and get adequate knowledge and support, there is no limit to their achievements.Lola is an avid learner with a passion for social causes. She teaches modules on brain science as part of an organisational coaching curriculum
 
Noor holds a bachelors in Computer Engineering and an MBA in Finance. She is certified from the Neuroleadership institute in the US and Coach Masters Academy Singapore. In Hong Kong, she is practicing as a career and wellness coach and is currently HKICC’s VP for Strategic Planning. Noor has extensive experience in the financial industry before starting her career as a coach. Noor has keen interest in areas of humanity, spirituality, and women empowerment. She believes that the more we try and understand how our magical brains work, the better we will be as managers, leaders, coaches and most importantly as humans.
 
The purpose of these initiatives by HKICC is to promote a culture of learning amongst us coaches. We are hoping to have a session where the participants can share their experiences, give and receive feedback on the topic and learn from each other. So please come and join us in this introductory session on neuroscience and coaching on the 26th of January, 2018.

 
Time:               7:30pm – 10:00pm 
Date:               Friday, January 26th, 2018 
Venue:             TBC 
Price:               HKICC Members: free
                       Non members: $250
 

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Event Properties

Event Date 26-Jan-2018 7:30 pm
Event End Date 26-Jan-2018 10:00 pm
Capacity Unlimited
Individual Price HK$250.00
HK$250.00

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