I led a webinar at this year’s World Business and Executive Coach Summit (WBECS) online summit earlier this month. If you coach, you’ll find value in the annual summit and my talk in particular.
My talk, “Experiential Learning and Coaching,” was popular, with nearly 5,000 registrants. I put the video below. I find this active, experiential way of coaching helpful. If you learn from the video and practice it, please let me know your results.
With more than 20,000 attendees from 150 Countries in 2016, WBECS is the world’s largest online gathering of business and executive coaches. Our aim and mission is to consistently deliver outstanding value, provide the most innovative content in the industry, help increase the overall quality of coaching provision and raise global standard of coaching as a result.
Why Attend WBECS?
The coaching industry is changing and evolving at a rapid pace and there is an overwhelming load of information available in the marketplace. The WBECS event cuts through the clutter to help coaches identify the most profound and impactful information available that truly makes a difference for them and their clients. We don’t deliver fluff, vague or general information, but only specific and actionable tools, methodologies and frameworks that create tangible and outstanding results for coaches in their business as well as every single one of their clients!
Each year, we offer a wide range of powerful Pre-Summit Sessions at no cost that allow coaches to experience the outstanding value the WBECS Sessions provide even before they make a decision to join the Full-Summit.
We bring together the pre-eminent experts and thought leaders in the business and executive coaching industry, covering a variety of the most effective, innovative and powerful coaching disciplines available today.
I hope it helps you and your clients. Again, please let me know your results if you use it, or questions if you want to but aren’t sure how.
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