Virtual Program - Monthly Meeting
Elevating Your Coaching Impact
Through Arts-Based Experiential Learning
Date: January 12, 2023
Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm MT (Formal program starts at 6:30)
ITEM TO NOTE:
Social Chat begins at 6:00pm, then Chapter Business will start at 6:30pm MT to allow for more time in the educational portion of the program.
During this time, we will also have a breakout room available to answer questions about the chapter - any needs, interests, etc.
CCEs: 1.5 in Core Competencies and 0.5 in Resource Development
Speaker: Fred Mandell
Roll up your sleeves to kick off 2023 with creativity!
Fred Mandell will be presenting Elevating Your Coaching Impact Through Arts-Based Experiential Learning.
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 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.
Click below to hear Barbara Alfors, Director of Education, interview Fred Mandell
About Fred Mandell
Fred is a former award-winning senior executive and business model innovator, visual artist, writer, teacher, social entrepreneur and transformation provocateur. He has developed emotionally resonant ways to teach individual and team skills, techniques and processes which accelerate innovative outcomes through arts-based learning. His series The Leader as Artist has earned the number one rated course at MIT’s Sloan Innovation Period program.
Fred holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago and an Ed.M. in psychology from Boston University. He has three grown children, six grandchildren, and lives in Lynnfield, Massachusetts with his wife Karen, a writer and teacher.