with Amy Kohut
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Via Zoom (link will be sent via email after registration)
Have you noticed that we are often stronger allies for others than we are for ourselves?
Many of us are familiar with the concept of the inner critic: that sometimes too-prevalent voice in our head that judges us. There are some good reasons for us to have some degree of self-criticism, but it can end up being destructive if it’s the only voice we listen to.
What if we turn that on its side and develop our own inner ally? What would it be like to have our self-talk be encouraging and productive? What if we could rely on being self-supportive as we head into that tough meeting or tackle that task we are a bit unsure of?
This workshop will help develop your own inner ally. You will:
- Understand why the brain behaves as it does as it relates to your “inner critic”
- Explore the concept of Self-As-Resource
- Practice presence and working from choice
- Engage in physical practices that help ‘install’ an ally state of mind
- Learn practical tools to develop a strong inner ally
A generous donor has provided funding for a scholarship for this session. If you are in need of a scholarship for this session, please contact email@example.com.
About the Presenter
Amy Kohut has been skillfully leading groups and individuals towards their professional goals for over 25 years. She is the founder and owner of 1 Step Coaching and Consulting, LLC.
Amy served as the Director of Cornell University’s Team & Leadership Center from 2006-2016. She continues to work for Cornell in the SC Johnson College of Business with the Executive MBA program as a team coach and is a Sr. Facilitator with the Cornell Team & Leadership Center. She is a member of The International Coach Federation, is the past Chair of the Board of Directors of the Experiential Training and Development Alliance, and is a faculty member of Presence Based Coaching, LLC. For more information please visit www.1stepcc.com.