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Learning Leap Webinar Event on Levels of Engagement in the Coaching Process by Leon VanderPol

June 15, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+5.5

Whenever a situation or challenge arises in life, we can engage it in different ways, from a surface level inquiry to a deeper dive. These levels of engagement are also reflected in coaching conversations, influencing both the coach’s approach and the client’s process. Many coaches operate unaware of these levels, and therefore remain relatively fixed in their approach, which can limit client awareness and the quality of outcomes achieved.
In this webinar, Leon VanderPol, founder of the Center for Transformational Coaching, will share a simple yet effective framework for understanding levels of engagement in the coaching process. No matter what coaching arena you work in, if you are ready to move beyond standard, transactional approaches and into the deeper realm, this framework will show you the way.

Our Speaker



Founder & Director, Center for Transformational Coaching.

Leon VanderPol is a master teacher with a wealth of experience in the coaching field. He is the founder of the Center for Transformational Coaching. a global coach training organization dedicated to enabling coaches facilitate deep "being-level" transformation. Leon has developed a coaching approach called Deep Coaching that invites people to open to and realize the greatest possibilities that lie within themselves. In addition to directing the Center for Transformational Coaching. Leon is an internationally recognized coach trainer and mentor who has served as faculty for the International Coach Academy since 2010. He has trained and mentored hundreds and hundreds of coaches from over 90 countries. Leon is an engaging, dynamic, and thought-provoking speaker, whose talk will leave you refreshed and energized to move forward in your life and work. Visit www.centerfortransformationalcoaching.com to learn more about Leon and his work.


June 15, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm