February Coaching Conversation: Coaching for What is Possible: Cultivating Courage with Your Clients

When: 2/21/2023 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Where: Virtual Meeting - Meeting link is provided after registering.


People who seek coaching generally are seeking to change something in their lives. However, with change, there is often resistance. And with resistance, there is often fear. This session offers tools for insights and tangible actions that we can employ with our clients (and with ourselves) to identify where the obstacles and fear is coming from, reframe the emotion of fear, and design practical interventions that bolster courage.

Learning Objectives:
1.    Identify the barriers/fears that are preventing a client from taking action.
2.    Reframe the emotion of fear so that we learn to harness the fear response.
3.    Design consistent actions that bolster courage and enable progress towards goals.

CCEUs will be available for this program: 1.5 Core Competencies

Meet Your Presenters: Sonja Stetzler, MA, CPC

Sonja Stetzler, MA, CPC is the founder of Effective Connecting, a consultancy and coaching
practice specializing in developing the communication and leadership skills of healthcare and
business professionals. Sonja works with her clients to craft their message, convey it with
confidence, and most importantly, connect with their audiences. Sonja is a Certified
Professional Coach and Conversational Intelligence® coach with several decades' worth of
experience in management, sales, training, education, and coaching.
Sonja received her B.S. from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina and her M.A. in
Organizational Communication from Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. She is
certified as an Executive Coach through Queens University's certificate program. She is a
member of the International Coach Federation, the National Speakers Association, and the
Certified Innovation Coach Community.