Speaker: R. Karl Hebenstreit, Ph.D.
ICF: 1.5 hours (Core Competency)
BCC: 1.5 hours
Learn your individual coaching style to address deeper transformational needs of your clients, and discover how to use one of the most rapidly growing public domain typing systems for instant acceptance and application. If you’ve experienced costly certification tools that your clients don’t care about or use, then your search is over. This system is being used worldwide in large and small organizations including the US government leadership coaching.
FREE 42-PAGE CUSTOMIZED REPORT
Available FREE to Members (a $92 value)
To obtain your free customized report, you must send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name no later than Tuesday, September 27.
MEMBERS: You will receive a direct email reply from the Speaker with a private link for you to take the confidential assessment online. Your 42-page report will be provided at the October 9 session, thus you must attend to receive it. You must be a member to do the assessment and receive the report for free.
NOT A MEMBER, BUT WANT THE FREE REPORT? Join SDPCA before 9/25 (only $100) by going to http://sandiegocoaches.org/membership/become-a-member/ Your report is provided only at the meeting, thus you must attend to receive it.
You do not need to take the assessment to attend the meeting.
In this interactive session you will gain a working knowledge of the Enneagram and learn how to use it to adapt your coaching style for greater self awareness and coaching presence, and introduce it to your clients for instant acceptance and application. You will identify the implications of each Enneagram’s style on ethics, the establishment of agreements, challenges to keeping on task, the importance of focusing on trust-building and intimacy for some types more than others, the challenges of each type to being present, and practicing active listening, powerful questions designed to access, incorporate, and stimulate under-developed functions, relationship to communication styles and influence strategies, and how the Enneagram can provide insights to developing meaningful awareness, goals, accountability, and drive actions in your clients.
You will also brainstorm ways of applying this model to organizational challenges, while seeing how the system correlates to and complements existing seminal models like MBTI, DiSC, Hogan, TKI, Kepner-Tregoe, etc. To optimize your experience with the Enneagram and how it would work in a client engagement, participants will take the Integrative9 Enneagram test and receive their complimentary 42-page personal report (a $92 value!) for free at this session.
Benefits from this session:
- Receive a customized 42-page report to understand your own coaching style and how to adapt for greater impact. This is normally $92 but free to members at this session.
- Gain a working knowledge of the Enneagram and how to present it to diverse clients for instant acceptance and application that keeps clients on track and drives powerful results.
- Identify the blind spots, challenges, and communication styles of each type for more powerful questions and influence.
- Correlate how the Enneagram model can be used alone, or as a complement to existing tools to address organizational challenges.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
R. Karl Hebenstreit, Ph.D., 20+ year career spans the areas of coaching, Human Resources (HR) and Organization Development (OD) as a consultant, employee, and executive in diverse industries worldwide. This has included professional services, life sciences, healthcare, clinical diagnostics, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, high-tech, and real estate services. Clients and employers have included Merck, Bellcore, AT&T, Lee Hecht Harrison, Cushman & Wakefield, Kaiser Permanente, EMC², and Bio-Rad Laboratories. He is currently working at Genentech/Roche as an Organization Development Consultant. His clients range from individual contributors to Senior Vice Presidents worldwide being coached in interpersonal effectiveness/EQ, strategic thinking, professional growth/development, team-building, and new leadership role integration.
His PhD is in Organizational Psychology from CSPP and his MS is in HR Management from Rutgers. Check out his new book, The How and Why: Taking Care of Business with the Enneagram. www.PerformandFunction.com.