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Interactive Zoom Event

CPNR Workshop: Coaching as an Adaptive Leadership Practice

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CPNR Workshop: Coaching as an Adaptive Leadership Practice
CPNR Workshop: Coaching as an Adaptive Leadership Practice

Time & Location

Feb 01, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Interactive Zoom Event

About the event

Join members of the CPNR community and our special volunteer trained coaches for a 3-part series on coaching as an essential adaptive leadership practice.

The Sessions (all from 12:00 - 1:30 pm MT)

  • Session 1 on January 8: Introduction to coaching, and a moderated discussion with trained coaches about their experiences
  • Session 2 on February 1: Peer coaching - learn about the GROW model of peer coaching and have the chance to practice in triads
  • Session 3 on March 26: Debrief the coaching experience and discuss its potential in the context of collaborative leadership.

Session 1 will be recorded; however sessions 2-3 must be attended live in real time.

Opportunity to Work with a Coach

After the first session, those interesed in working with a volunteer coach for 4-6 sessions of one-on-one time will be matched with a coach. These volunteers have all received or are receiving advanced training as professional coaches, and are in need of coaching hours to pursue certification.

Presenters & Coaches

  • Deb Kleinman (CPNR 2014), ACC, MPH. Director, CPNR and Lupine Collaborative. Coach Training Program: Newfield Network.
  • Kyle Bernis (CPNR 2021). Wyoming State Parks. Peer Coach Training: CPNR.
  • Lane Drager. Boulder County Public Health. Coach Training Program: RIHEL Coaching Academy.
  • PK Kearney (CPNR 2016). Eddyline Coaching.
  • John Sanderson. Center for Collaborative Conservation, Colorado State University. Coach Training Program: RIHEL Coaching Academy.
  • Jen Stachelski. Medical Education Consultant.
  • Lisa VanRaemdonck. School of Public Affairs, CU Denver. Coach Training Program: RIHEL Coaching Academy.

Cost

CPNR alumni are asked to contribute to CPNR's scholarship fund in lieu of a registration fee for the three-part workshop. The dollar value of the three sessions plus 4-6 individual coaching sessions is over $1,000 -  donations of any amount are welcome in an effort to make this experience accessible for all. 100% of these funds will support tuition and travel scholarships for participants in the 2024-2025 cohort.

Please use this link to make your donation. 

Cap

The total number of participants including current CPNR participants will be capped at 30. Please email Deb Kleinman (deb@lupinecollaborative.com) to get on a wait list in case someone drops out. 

Participant Information

Information for how to join the workshop, including the Zoom link, will be sent to you once your registration is confirmed. 

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