June Virtual Coaching Conversations
4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Active Hope is a modality founded by Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone that has been used for over three decades to create space for processing in moments of crisis and building hope from within. Participating coaches will first experience the Active Hope framework and then discuss its application in our own practice. We invite you to join an exploration of a way to incorporate gratitude, perspective and hope into our lives as we manage through COVID-19. We activate hope so it spreads faster than the virus and serve as a bridge for all human beings to move from hopeless to hopeful and helpful.
This session has been approved for 1.0 Core Competency and 0.25 Resource Development Continuing Coach Education Units.
- Explore the Active Hope coaching framework through experiential learning
- Identify ways to use this framework in your own coaching practice
- Identify powerful questions to ask during times of crisis
- Explore how this modality increases self-awareness
ICF Competencies Addressed:
- Active listening
- Powerful questioning
- Direct communication
- Creating awareness
- Deisgning actions
Meet the presenters: Kristen Lampert & Hellen Yang
Kristen Lampert is a Co-Active Institute-trained coach and president-elect of ICF Charlotte. Kristen is a senior talent and leadership consultant at TalentRise, and brings both a coaching and consulting lens to her practice.
Hellen Yang is a CPCC and PCC Co-Active Institute-trained coach focused on providing wealth consulting and coaching to her clients at Vancity. Founder of Pear Life Coaching, she also works with clients to connect purposeful living to financial wellness.