Have you ever felt your effectiveness as a coach was limited because emotions got in the way? Many of us miss out on valuable opportunities to initiate difficult conversations because of insufficient presence, empathy and compassion being available at that moment. Given all the rational challenges we face coaching in organizational change, being empathetic can be difficult.

In this hands-on workshop, you will get to practice on your own challenges when relating to individuals and systems. Learn how you may inadvertently introduce conflict. Increase your resource when engaging with people in hard situations with new options.

You will be guided through a process of increasing awareness and understanding. We will give you an opportunity to improve your ability of using compassion to increase effectiveness. You will also have an opportunity to learn what blocks you have and to start moving them.

This experience provides a perspective where you can acknowledge and appreciate a system for what it is, and what it wants for itself. Join us to learn how to let go of what you want for the system so that you stop inadvertently creating resistance thus increasing results.

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Michael Sahota guides and teaches leaders how to create high-performance organizations. He in the creator of a proven system for creating change through a practical playbook. His model for Consciously Approaching Agile guides the creation of a cultural and leadership context where Agile drives lasting organizational results. As a Certified Agile Leadership (CAL) Educator with the Scrum Alliance, Michael teaches on a worldwide basis. His highly accoladed Certified Agile Leadership (CAL 1 & 2) Trainings reflects his growth and capability as a leader. He has been traveling to India for the past 4 years in an intense study of personal growth and transformation for his own leadership path. He practices and models what he teaches to create transformative experiences. His upcoming trainings at http://certifiedagileleaders.com Since 2001, Michael has been guiding success with Agile. Since 2010, he has held his Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC) designation. In 2012, he published the ground-breaking book "An Agile Adoption and Transformation Survival Guide: Working with Organizational Culture". Michael has two books that are to be published this year: Emotional Science and Agile Leadership.

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