This workshop is designed to provide participants with an experience of balance coaching.
Balance, in this context, does not refer to a state of perfect equilibrium or to a nicely distributed pie chart of priorities. Rather, it refers to the moment-to-moment adjustments that allow us to step outside limiting (and often familiar) perspectives and search for more resonant ones, ones that align more fully with what we need and value.
Therefore, the workshop addresses three core skills:
Jason Ighani, M.A., has worked internationally in the fields of education and development for over a decade and has a New York-based practice in organizational consulting and coaching. At the moment, Jason's interest in coaching as a systemic approach to organizational change has him experimenting with and developing coaching interventions that can elicit the resourcefulness, creativity, and resilience in groups and teams. He is currently working with UNICEF to develop and implement an internal coaching strategy to enhance performance management and staff development. He's also an avid jiu-jitsu practitioner, a compulsive doodler, and is always on the lookout for the perfectly grilled octopus.