Hosted by ICFNE
Co-hosted by ICF-CT
Emotional Alignment in Teams
Presented by Dan Newby, PCC
Tuesday, January 10, 2023
12 PM - 1:30 PM
CCEUs: Core Competency | 1.0
Resource Development | .5
Coaches will learn to identify a team’s current mood, their ideal mood, and how to close the gap. Dan has used this methodology with a wide variety of team types and sizes and they are always amazed at the new possibilities it introduces, including:
- How to introduce emotion into your individual or group coaching
- How to show a team the power of working with their emotions
- How to help a team identify their current and ideal moods and how to close the gap
The elements in the presentation will include:
- Sharing a new interpretation of emotions that allows them to be used as a tool
- Introducing what emotions are from a practical perspective and a pattern for decoding them
- The essential distinction between emotions and moods and why that is an important focus for teams
- Including six volunteers in a demonstration of what happens when we do not align a team emotionally
- A technique for team self-alignment that puts the authority and responsibility for their mood into their hands
- Questions and answers
Dan Newby is a champion for Emotional Literacy, and works with leaders, educators, and coaches worldwide. His passion is helping emotional literacy become common sense and emotions a tool for daily use.
He has authored four books on emotional literacy and its application to coaching. He regularly leads his course Emotions-Centered Coaching for coaches and “people who support people” including leaders, therapists, educators, faith leaders, and parents.
He has worked with leaders in the U.S., Germany, Italy, El Salvador, Mexico, Slovakia, UK, Singapore and Canada. His coaching clients come from manufacturing, educational organizations, and NGOs. He often combines individual and group work and is the originator of Emotions-Centered Coaching. Dan is also a ICF PCC with over 7,000 coaching hours.