PEP Facilitators Gathering "Part 2"

WhenWednesday, March 7, 2018 at 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM
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WhereEdwards House Meeting & Retreat Center
1 Badger Road
Framingham, MA 01702

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Emailbellarosaa@macucc.org
ContactAndrea Bellarosa
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“Coaching Plus Healthy Communications Does a Successful Conversation Make Part 2” 
 presented by the Rev. Dr. Claire Bamberg, LMFT, MCC.

Due to your response to Claire’s presentation at our December facilitator’s gathering, we have invited her back for Part 2. You are welcome to come on March 7, even if you were unable to be with us in December.

Please join us as we deepen the discussion.

  • More in-depth and specific training regarding basic coaching techniques, using core competencies.

  • Expanding the foundations of healthy communications.

  • We will explore case studies, to put these two topics and toolkits together to better equip the small group leader/facilitator in any small group situation. ** Case presentation template to follow, 30 days in advance of the gathering.

  • We will end with small group sharing, using techniques from the toolkit assembled in the morning session.

PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE.  It is important our presenter has an accurate count for the day.


Date:  Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Time:  9:00am - Program will promptly begin at 9:30am
Location:  Edwards House Meeting & Retreat Center

 
 

The Rev. Dr. Claire  Bamberg - Founder and CEO, Potentials Coaching and Consulting Director of Coaching and Senior Consultant, Center for Progressive Renewal
 
Claire is an ordained minister (D.Min.) in the UCC, a licensed mental health professional (LMFT) in three states, a certified mediator and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with membership in the International Coach Federation. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. Claire has in excess of 35 years of experience consulting with a wide variety of secular businesses, and within denominational systems. She brings a wealth of experience to the world of coaching and consulting. She excels in the areas of corporate systems, executive, marital and individual coaching and consulting. She has served both UCC and UUA churches in several states as a redevelopment, transitional, interim and settled minister, and has founded and run two pastoral counseling centers, respectively. She as served as a coach to many business executives, directors and boards, their employees, congregations, and individuals - both lay and ordained.
 
Dr. Bamberg is passionate about empowering individuals and systems to discover and claim their best “selves” and she also brings that passion to bear in her role as coach and consultant. She works diligently and carefully in the area of conflict transformation and is a Systems expert.  Claire holds her M.Div. from Harvard Divinity School and her Doctorate in Ministry from Christian Theological Seminary.