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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

“Listening to Hear “: How to make all your conversations more meaningful

One of the benefits of CCCE membership is that anyone from your company can attend meetings. Please invite your colleagues.

To accommodate people with allergies to perfume the CCCE asks that attendees arrive scent-free for monthly meetings.

Difficult situations as well as moving forward with opportunities can both create stress, indecision and inaction – what we are referring to as pain.

The intention of the workshop is to have people explore a conversational framework for uncovering the pain (stress, not being valued, disrespect, not heard, setting goals, sticking to a plan etc.) in any of their daily interactions or relationships. To really understand the core of this kind of pain, we will look at look at these interactions and how they can be addressed more effectively by utilizing a strength based approach coupled with clean listening. The discussions around strengths and clean listening will be interactive.

A strength based approach focuses on what is working rather than what is wrong in any given situation. Clean listening simply uses techniques to ensure you are listening to hear vs. listening to respond. We will then introduce a model with multiple applications and proven success in a variety of business scenarios that acts a framework or container for these interactions.

The model will be demonstrated using a live demo. We will conclude with a debrief that is again interactive and includes a discussion on different applications for relieving pain elsewhere.  The presentation will end with a question and answer period.

It’s up to you. How many situations in your life could use some pain relief? How many applications for this model can you see?

Speaker Biography

Sue Sheldon Bsc. MCCSue Sheldon BSc. MCC

Sue is a compassionate and energetic coach, consultant and facilitator who thrives on championing people to be the best they can be. Her background in sales and marketing allows her to assist clients in aligning their objectives with strategic business goals. Since she began her own consulting company in 1991, she has held an on-going commitment to understanding her client’s needs in unison with accountability for the implementation and measurement of the results.

Since 1997, coaching has been an integral part of Sue’s practice. Sue works in partnership with her clients to help people get clear on their values, reconnect with their purpose in life, put together a plan that is in alignment with their values and then get into action to create the results they want. Sue’s business mission is to unleash the capacity of individuals to optimize their performance and achieve their personal best.

Hugh Sheldon ATC Hugh Sheldon ATC

With over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, Hugh provides an informative; “hands-on” approach to his clients. Hugh is committed to helping companies achieve their strategic marketing objectives through a process of consulting, coaching, and follow up. He has given presentations and seminars on such diverse topics as financing, forecasting, and cash flow to time management, relationship building and motivation. He also has expertise in customer service excellence through the use and implementation of client service surveys.

Hugh has completed the coach training program with the Adler School of Professional Coaching as well as the Relationship Coaching Program with the Centre for Right Relationship. His coaching practice includes a diversity of clients from emerging university graduates to entrepreneurs to corporate executives and leaders in the Not for Profit sector.

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Date(s) - 19/11/2014
8:45 am - 11:00 am

Royal Bank



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