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Coaching for Prosilience, with Kirk Fox, PCC

  • 10 Feb 2021
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Zoom Webinar


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ICF Toronto Chapter Professional Development Meeting

Coaching for Prosilience

With Kirk Fox, PCC

We have been inundated with information, webinars and blogs about resilience this past year in particular. And it’s certainly been useful and applicable with the state of our communities and the larger world right now. As coaches, it’s more than likely this has been a recurring theme in our practice. It certainly has been with my clients! The challenge is, by the time we’re coaching a client to build resilience, we are reacting to the changes they are in the midst of.

Prosilience is about intentionally building the capability to deal with a range of challenges that may come our way. It’s about being proactive with this work so that we are better equipped to be more resilient when the disruptive changes actually happen. It is about holding the belief that our clients have the seeds of resilience within and can learn to build and strengthen their "change muscles" so they are able to thrive in a turbulent world. The Prosilience framework, developed by Dr. Linda Hoopes, outlines a set of building blocks and tools for systematically developing resilience.

During this session you'll learn:

  • The 7 Resilience Characteristics, or "change muscles" and assess your own strengths in these areas.
  • How to use a Challenge Map to assist your client in building awareness of their challenges so they can increase control, reduce energy demands and increase energy sustainability.
  • To coach your clients to draw on wisdom, insight and creativity to help them understand and manage their own responses to change and other challenges.

About Kirk Fox

In addition to being a certified executive coach and senior leadership facilitator, Kirk is also a certified Personal Resilience Practitioner and has been facilitating “Developing Personal Resilience” programs for over 8 years. These programs include the Personal Resilience Profile assessment and coaching to build awareness of strengths and create strategies for development. Also:

  • 30+ years of experience in learning and development across many business sectors from airline to publishing
  • 2014 ICF PRISM award winner for Coaching Excellence; Coaching Skills for Managers
  • Certified Executive Coach and Certified Mentor Coach (Royal Roads University)
  • Certified Training and Development Professional (CTPD) designation
  • Certified EQi-2.0* and MBTI practitioner
  • Member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) as well as ICF Toronto

CCEUs for this event: Core Competencies: 1.0; Resource Development: 0.5

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