Myths and Legends in Popular Neuroscience: Why it Matters to EQ and Coaching – Webinar

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 17/05/2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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Neuroscience

When: Monday, May 17
Where: Zoom
Time: 12:00 noon
Cost: $20. for ICF Edmonton members, $30. for non-members

This event qualifies for 1.0 CCEU Credit:
0.75 in the area of Core Competencies
0.25 in the area of Resource Development

Note that members must attend the event live to qualify for CCEU credits

Join us as we kick off International Coaching Week 2021 with ICF Edmonton Past President, Sarah Thomas.

The neuroscience of coaching is often used to describe why and how coaching works. This session will unpack and explore more recent advancements in neuroscience and how this expanding knowledge is steering away from the more popularized concepts of how the brain works and evolved. From this foundation of understanding we will begin to paint the picture of why this might matter to our clients and to coaching.

Learning Outcomes

  • Highlight popular neuroscience in the context of the expanding field of neuroscience and emotional intelligence.
  • Describe key tenants of how the brain functions in the context of the expanding field of neuroscience.
  • Explore why neuroscience matters to our clients and coaching.

Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation, and was a scientist and researcher in a former life. Sarah earned a BSc. in Neuroscience and a MSc in Biomedical Engineering, where she studied neurophysiology, motor control and neuroplasticity. Sarah has a passion for understanding the brain and how it works to help people better understand their own mind and the beautiful concept of what it means to be human.

*Please note that registrants must attend the live event to receive CCEU credits.

This session will be held via Zoom. Once you have registered to attend, the Zoom details will be emailed to you.

If you have any questions about registration, contact our Virtual Assistant, Evelyn, at evelyn.icfedmonton@shaw.ca or 403-422-1189

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