Welcome to the ICF Toronto's VISION 2020 Virtual Experience session featuring Carlos Davidovich.
Unconscious Cognitive Biases in our Coaching Practice
Are we biased? What is the purpose of biases in our behavior? Why our brain is wired for biases? Are they always helping us in a positive way? Are they helpful at the times of change and adversity? How are they affecting our coaching? Cognitive biases can represent a source of misunderstanding of our clients’ situations and needs, leading to a non-effective coaching support. How to recognize those biases that limit our clients’ self-understanding and our effectiveness? In this webinar we will learn how to listen for and identify those biases and how to ask coaching questions that will help our clients to rewrite their patterns of conditioning.
Carlos Davidovich has over 20 years of experience supporting the development of leaders and management teams alike on an international scale. He gained management experience in business executive roles working for multinationals such as Hoffmann-La Roche and Pharmacia Corp/Pfizer. Now an executive coach living in Canada, Carlos was raised and educated as a medical doctor in Argentina and draws on this training in medicine and understanding of the brain to apply neuromanagement coaching modalities that lead to obvious, sustainable change for his clients.
Carlos Davidovich is a professor of Neuromanagement in the MBA program at the University of New York in Prague, a guest lecturer for the EMBA program at the Rotman School of Management in Toronto, and a thought leader with the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate http://www.instituteofcoaching.org/our-thought-leaders.
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