For June’s Coaching Lab we’ll get to observe a live coaching demo with London Life Coach Nick Hatter followed by a debrief and discussion together with the Nick and his client, and a chance to practice and experiment in triads in breakout rooms afterwards.
Everybody who has googled “Life Coach” in the UK in the past 2 years will know Nick’s name. He charges upwards of £500/hour for his services and gathered 45+ five-star Google reviews, which in combination with his smashing SEO work sets him up for fame and success. Nick is constantly aquiring new skills via CPDs and online courses and his thirst for knowledge and experience seems unquenchable. I’m happy that he’s agreed to come to the Lab so that I can finally see him in action with a client.
Nick Hatter is one of the UK’s leading life coaches and is one of the highest-rated in London on Google. He runs a six-figure life coaching practice in Notting Hill, London, and has appeared in Vogue, Forbes, The Guardian, The Telegraph, as well as on TV and national radio. His clientele includes celebrities, CEOs, ex-military, clinical psychologists and doctors. For more information see www.nickhatter.com
Nick’s coaching approach is integrated and incorporates the Enneagram, Psychodynamics (exploration of unconscious motivations), Positive Psychology, Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), Human Givens Psychotherapy and Hypnosis.
About the Coaching Lab:
In my Coaching Labs you’ll get a chance to learn from an interesting and experienced coach, connect with other coaches and generally have some fun and experiment in a safe and confidential environment.
Join us for an inside-look into the inner workings of coaching, find out how and why coaches make certain decisions and how they choose their interventions. You get to witness how the client is experiencing different coaching approaches and we hope you’ll get lots of inspiration for your own coaching practice.
After the fishbowl and discussion you’ll get a chance to work in triads (coach, client, observer) with the other attendees so that you can take your insights and ideas for a spin, experiment with some new tools and techniques or simply practice some coaching and get some valuable feedback on your work from fellow professional or curious lay clients. Talking about coaching in small groups and sharing our learning with the rest of the group afterward will help us all grow our understanding, knowledge and coaching skills.
Plan for the evening (UK time zone):
- 6:30pm Welcome and networking
- 6:45pm Live coaching session
- 7:30pm Debrief & group discussion
- 8:00pm Practice sessions in triads
- 8:45pm Sharing Insights
- 9:00pm Closing round
- 9:30pm Finish
Access: In order to join our Zoom room you will need the password, which we’ll send out via email on the day of the event.
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