May 2015 Program
JEWISH COACHING ACADEMY’S
COACHING SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAM
For Professional Leaders, Managers and Lay Leaders of Non-Profit Organizations
(*or anyone who wants to learn coaching skills for their work or life )
The door of success is marked ‘push’ and ‘pull’. Achieving success is knowing when to do what.
The coaching skills workshop is designed for executives, managers and seasoned lay leaders of non-profit Jewish organizations, and can benefit anyone who is interested in learning core coaching skills for their work and life.
About the Program
Full Day Live Training, facilitated by Professional Certified Coach Deborah Grayson Riegel
9 am – 5 pm, with breakers
The Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest,
901 NJ-10, Whippany, NJ 07981
Thursday May 7, 2015
This live, instructor-led training will include lecture, interactive activities and exercise, small and large group discussion, use of materials and handouts, coaching demonstration, coaching practice in dyads and triads, personalized feedback, and Q & A.
Three 60 minute teleclasses, facilitated by
Deborah Grayson Riegel. (Dates TBA)
These interactive teleclasses will include lecture, interactive discussions, use of materials and handouts, coaching demonstrations and practice, personalized feedback, and Q & A.
“Deborah’s Coaching Academy helped me focus on asking better question in professional development scenarios, and helping people get to the solutions themselves without giving advice. I walked away with concrete tools that were immediately applicable to a variety of professional interactions.”
Aviva Zucker Snyder, Hillel International,