JHB Coaching Information Session & Interactive Talk: February 2017
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22 February 2017
18:00 - 20:00
Join us for the first Information Session and Coaching Talk of 2017. Come and find out more about a career in coaching as well as our coaching courses. Experience an inspiring talk by Getti Mercorio.
In this introductory talk on coaching, Getti Mercorio discusses the growing occupation of coaching and some of its many models and applications. Key differences between coaching and mentoring, counselling and psychotherapy are explored.
The importance of rigorous training and international accreditation are highlighted, and the International Coach Federation’s core competencies and ethics code are briefly noted.
The central theme is how coaching can improve performance for individuals and teams, enhance relationships and generate continuous learning and more effective living. Coaching offers a range of career possibilities, ongoing professional development and the reward of seeing people achieve more of their goals by becoming conscious and intentional.
The programme will be as follows:
6 – 6.30 Arrival and networking
6.30 – 6.45 Overview of The SACAP Coaching Courses
6.45 – 7.30 Interactive Talk by Getti Mercorio
7.30 – 8pm Question and Answer sessionAvailable Spaces for this event: Unlimited
Bio: Getti Mercorio works as an executive, team and relationships coach. His focus is on enabling people to harness their inner resources, life and work experience – their way of being – and to use this as a foundation for further personal and professional growth. He believes that learning is at the core of a successful coaching experience, and that it is about embarking on an ongoing journey of self-discovery, which results in grater effectiveness and an improved quality of life. Getti completed his initial coach training at the University of Stellenbosch Business School in 2008. He is a certified Organisational and Relationships Systems (ORSC) coach, and holds the Graduate Diploma in Ontological Coaching. He is credentialed by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and by Coaches and Mentors of South Africa (COMENSA). He holds a Masters of Social Science degree from the University of Cape Town.