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This program is valid for 12.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®
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Join Rev. Sarah Ciavarri, PCC, M.Div., CDTL-F, CDWF-C, for an interactive two-day workshop on coaching fundamentals.
Learn methods to inspire teams and individual contributors to perform at their highest possible level. Adding coaching skills to your toolbox will help you draw out the potential in those around you and improve engagement and results. Whether you intend to coach in a formal or informal capacity, this introductory course will provide the foundation you need to coach with confidence.
Basic Coach Training provides the necessary foundation of learning eight building blocks of a strong coaching modal. Coaching within organizations has a proven track record of increasing productivity with targeted action plans for employees, resulting in a positive ROI. Whether used by managers, directors, or peer-to-peer, coaching skills create a culture of collaboration, creativity, and curiosity. Learn skills that enhance active listening, empathy, action, accountability, and direct communication to become an effective coaching leader. This course provides the theory, content, and practice labs that will motivate participants to begin using these tools immediately.
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Those who are looking to improve their interpersonal skillsThose who manage, inspire, and train teamsSocial work professionals, human resource professionals, healthcare professionalsManagers, supervisors, executives, team leaders, trainers, teachers, administrators, pastors, chaplains
Learn and apply the eight core coaching competencies
Practice the skills of deep listening and using powerful questions
Understand how to create new awareness for clients and how false assumptions sabotage action
Develop coaching presence through lab practice
Pastor | Consultant | CoachCertified Daring Way™ and Dare to Lead™ FacilitatorPCC, M.Div., CDTL-F, CDWF-C
Sarah Ciavarri enjoys assisting leaders get excited about their lives, callings, and futures. Serving as a coach and facilitator allows her to be part of their transformation and growth.
Sarah is a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator-Consultant and a Lutheran pastor (ELCA). She supports congregations and church leaders by leading retreats and workshops and coaching on the connections between Dr. Brené Brown's research and faith. Sarah has the unique honor of being an ordained clergy member serving as a Case Consultant with the Daring Way™. She has completed 4 units of Clinical Pastoral Education and is also trained as a Healthy Congregations facilitator.
When Sarah learned of Dr. Brené Brown’s work on shame and vulnerability it was reflected in what she saw in these hopeful elders; they had shame resiliency and could lean into uncertainty and risk. It also gave language that is so helpful in creating safe spaces in congregations for people to really be authentic and alive. Since becoming trained as a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator in November of 2012, Sarah has worked with individuals and groups to bring clarity and skills to living more authentically, with greater grit, bounce-back-ability, and courage.
Sarah earned a Master of Divinity in 2001 from Luther Seminary where she was a Presidential Scholar and is an ordained Lutheran pastor (ELCA). Her undergraduate degrees in psychology and Spanish are from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN where she was a vocal scholar. Sarah has also served as a chaplain in rural, inner city, and suburban care centers, as well as in a correctional facility and 6 years as a parish pastor.
In February of 2014 Sarah became a Case Consultant with the Daring Way™ which means that she works with candidates new to the Daring Way™ to help them integrate and synthesis their learning into their own context.
As a case consultant, Sarah brings the unique perspective of also being an ordained clergy member and knowing the landscape of where shame, fear, judgment and isolation lurk for those in church leadership. In this capacity, she's been humbled to have the joy of helping clergy and other faith leaders bring the Daring Way™ into the life of their congregation or ministry context - amazing to be part of the journey! In addition to her work with The Daring Way,™ Sarah is also the Director of Spiritual Care at Augustana Care Health and Rehabilitation of Apple Valley and the Apple Valley Villa.
To feed her soul, she writes songs and never passes up a opportunity to lead or participate in improv.
8:00 - 8:30
Sign-in | Coffee and conversation
Welcome and agenda
Introduction to Coaching Model
12:00 - 1:00
Coffee and conversation
Action and Accountability
The Coaching Relationship
The Coaching Agreement
Creating New Awareness
Certificates and surveys will be distributed at the end of the workshop.
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