April Coaching Conversation: The Human Change Challenge & How to Stack the Odds for Success
4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Have you noticed that sometimes you and/or your coaching clients say they want to make a change, but then when you check in on progress, not much has been made? Do you wonder why it's so challenging for human beings to change, even when they WANT to change? Would you like to exchange ideas with other coaches and increase the number of tools and techniques you can choose from to help individuals make more progress towards their desired changes? Join this session to learn the neurobiology of human change, gain simple concepts you can share to normalize for your clients why change can be challenging, and acquire tools and techniques to help you and your clients increase the odds of changing behaviors and mindsets.
CCEUs will be available for this program: 1.5 Core Competencies
- Normalize the human change challenge for yourself and your clients: Explain why change (even sought after, desired change) is challenging for humans based on current neurobiological understanding.
- Identify tools and techniques that increase the odds of moving in the direction of, and realizing, a desired change.
- Access additional resources for deeper learning about the neuroscience of change.
Meet Your Presenters: Leslie Grygiel, PCC
Leslie Grygiel is a recovering commercial banker and learning & development leader who currently identifies as a leadership development coach & facilitator. She's also a fledging artist. Having built and led large teams throughout her career, she is an experienced leader, teacher, mentor and coach who is passionate about continuously developing and evolving leadership skills at all levels of organizations, from first time people manager, to the C-Suite. Leslie coaches globally, across a wide variety of industries including healthcare, consumer products, food and beverage, entertainment, education, finance, mining, technology, software development, consulting and marketing/advertising. Leslie earned her M.S. in Instructional and Performance Technology from Boise State University and a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Central Florida. Her coaching credentials include the Coaches Training Institute - CPCC and ICF - PCC. Leslie is a past president of the ICF CAC.