Art has inspired, perplexed and dazzled humans for millennia.
From cave paintings 30,000 years ago to more modern masters such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Frida Kahlo. From the tribal chanting by ancient firesides to the majestic symphonies of Beethoven and jazz riffs of Thelonious Monk. From the tragedies of Sophocles to the modern brilliance of Lillian Hellman and Arthur Miller.
So what do the visual arts, music, theatre, dance and movement have to do with coaching?
Recent research has proven the power of the arts to impact leadership development, promote collaboration, ignite innovation and provide tools for navigating personal, professional and organizational change.
Over the past two decades Fred Mandell, along with Harvey Seifter, have been pioneers in the field of arts-based experiential learning. Their firm Creating Futures That Work® is the world's leading provider of experiential learning that uses the arts to help leaders create dynamic, successful and sustainable futures.
They are now bringing their research, arts-based experiential activities, exercises and workshops to the coaching community along with their unique innovation skills assessment.
In this program Fred will share the science, research and theory supporting arts-based experiential learning. He will bring program participants through actual arts-based experiential exercises. And he will present actual use cases to demonstrate how arts-based experiential learning in action can impact leaders their teams and individuals making personal transitions. We will examine two actual use cases as a way to demonstrate the what, how and outcomes of selective coaching relationships. One use case will focus on leadership development within a Fortune 500 company and the other will focus on a personal transition journey.
Do not attend this program unless you are willing to get your hands dirty and your minds turned upside down. Even in the comfort of your own home or office.
Please have the following items available during the presentation:
5 pieces of blank paper, a pencil and an eraser
Participants will walk away with:
● An understanding of the theory and science behind ABEL
● Practical examples of arts-based experiential exercises immediately implementable by participants
● Research based data which demonstrates the impact of ABEL on individuals and teams
● Introduction to a breakthrough method for measuring impact of training on learners.
This session has been approved for 1.0 Core Competency and 0.5 Resource Development CCEU.
NOTE: This is a two-step registration process:
1. Register here with ICF Charlotte Area Chapter
2. Receive a confirmation screen and email with a Zoom registration link. Click on the Zoom link and complete your registration to receive a personal Zoom link from ICF Global.