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Teleclass: Amplifying Your Coaching Impact Through Arts-Based Experiential Learning
August 17, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm$10.00 – $32.50
Topic: Amplifying Your Coaching Impact Through Arts-Based Experiential Learning
Speaker: Fred Mandell, Ph.D.
CCEs: 1.0 Core Competencies / 0.5 Resource Development
Date: Wednesday, August 17, 2022
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom.us / Your link to join the conference will be sent after you register. Remember to login before registering for the event.
Roll up your sleeves! This program will immerse you in an arts-based experiential learning activity AND introduce you to the concepts, research, and impact of arts-based experiential learning as a coaching methodology. We will introduce participants to the theory and science behind Arts-Based Experiential Learning (ABEL) as a bridge into engaging participants directly in arts-based experiences. We will examine an actual leadership development use case as a way to demonstrate the what, how, and outcomes of selective coaching relationships.
Participants will also learn about a breakthrough assessment instrument that directly and objectively measures the impact of Arts-Based Experiential Learning on the four foundational skills of innovation: Readiness to Learn, Cognitive Agility, Collaboration, and Activating Innovation.
Takeaways from Teleclass:
- An understanding of the theory and science behind ABEL
- Practical examples of arts-based experiential exercises immediately implementable by participants
- Research-based data that demonstrates the impact of ABEL on individuals and teams
- Introduction to a breakthrough method for measuring the impact of training on learners
About Fred Mandell
Fred Mandell, Ph.D., is an award-winning senior executive turned business model innovator, visual artist, writer, and social entrepreneur. Fred is the author, along with Kathleen Jordan, Ph.D., of the award-winning Becoming a Life Change Artist (Penguin/Avery.) He has developed emotionally resonant ways to teach individual and team skills, techniques, and processes that accelerate innovation through arts-based learning. His series The Leader as Artist was the #1 rated course at MIT’s Sloan School Innovation Period Program.