May Virtual Coaching Conversations
4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Now more than ever, our clients need us to help them navigate this changing world we all find ourselves in. They need to know how to stay positive, motivated, connected to their purpose, engaged in making a difference for others through their work, and continuing to learn and grow in spite of the fear, uncertainty and doubt that can get in their way.
Come prepared to share coaching frameworks, powerful questions, and processes that you have found effective in helping your clients to:
- Recognize their thoughts and feelings during significant change
- Shift from being a victim to being responsible
- Reframe self-limiting beliefs into possibility thinking
- Stay in "right action" in the face of setbacks.
I will share and you will experience firsthand a few coaching tools that are working for me and my clients.
During this Coaching Conversation we will:
- Connect personally with significant change so that we can exhibit empathy and compassion for our clients.
- Create awareness in our clients as to how they are thinking and feeling during change.
- Learn how frameworks and thought provoking questions can keep our clients moving powerfully forward in "right action" during significant change.
ICF Competencies addressed:
This session has been approved for 1.0 Core Competency CCEU.
- Powerful Questioning
- Creating Awareness
- Designing Action
Meet the presenter: Bill Spreitzer
Bill Spreitzer has worked for more than 26 years in corporate America in such functions as global supply chain, international business development, global account management and human resources. Bill has been a senior partner with Excellerate Solutions (a business coaching and training practice) since August 2007. He focuses his coaching in the areas of leadership and team development, employee engagement, and career transition. Bill holds a B.A. degree in business from Michigan State University and became a certified business coach through Resource Associates Corporation's Coaching Academy in 2009. Bill graduated from North Carolina State University's 10-month Business Coaching program in 2015. Bill lives in Belmont, N.C., with his wife, Michelle, and has two adult children, Krista and Bryan. His hobbies and interests include reading, golfing, hiking, exercising, watching movies and sports, music, and traveling.