This 10-module program will bring to life the wisdom and key lessons from ten great books in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, leadership, and coaching. Each session will focus on a different book, you do not have to read the book in advance of the session.
Inspired by the popular app, Blinkist, we will start each class with a high-level summary of the key highlights, ideas, and models from the book. We will then bring it to life with activities, discussion, and coaching so you can apply the ideas in your business, your organization, and your life.
What You Will Learn
How to apply ideas, theories, and frameworks from great thinkers into your coaching practice, leadership style, and organizations.
Some of the specific ideas from the books in this program that we will explore are:
- How habits are formed and broken
- The importance of meaning and how to build resilience
- How we make judgments and why we are prone to judgment errors
- What the brain evolved for
- The benefits of happiness and how to achieve positivity
- The power of using coaching in leadership
- How to thrive as a sensitive person and deal with narcissists
- How to bring an Indigenous perspective to historical and cultural issues of history, education, money, power, and sustainability
- and much more!
Selection of books covered:
*This list is subject to change
- Atomic Habits – James Clear (2018)
- Man’s Search for Meaning – Viktor Frankl (1946)
- Thinking Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman’s (2011)
- Seven and a half Lesson about the Brain – Lisa Feldman Barrett (2021)
- Happiness Advantage – Shawn Achor (2011)
- Coaching: The Secrets to Uncommon Leadership – Ruchira Chaudhary (2021)
- Empaths and Narcissists – Judy Dyer (2020) Sand Talk – Tyson Yunkaporta (2021)
Who Should Attend
The Page to Practice course is designed for a broad range of individuals. Whether you are an accredited or non-accredited coach, a new or aspiring leader, an experienced manager, or just simply love books, you will certainly find value in this course.
- Executive/Business/Life Coaches (accredited or not)
- Aspiring Coaches
- Leaders & Managers who want to understand and develop a coaching approach
- Academics/Lecturers who want to apply theory into practice
Dana Brown, Dean Sprott School of Business
Lucy Mullins, Executive Coach, Co-Founder of StepLadder
Michael Cullen, Regional Co-Chair Association for Coaching
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