Our coach training model is based on three distinct components - Humanity,"who I am and who we are together" Exploration, "what is true," and Innovation, "what is possible." We focus our approach on humanizing work by developing more conscious leaders. We teach methods that expand self awareness, presence and connection in the practice of a coaching conversation. We have discovered that a lot of attention is paid to three dimensions of humanity depicted in the ancient symbol of the medicine wheel – those being the physical, mental and emotional energy or capacity. The spiritual essence – or innate wisdom and inner spark - is often left out of the leader’s developmental framework. To bring people to life, we convey how to create the space for more meaningful conversations and ignite the inner spark in others. We teach them listen for the energy others bring to the game, and to the essence of who they are – what they are passionate about contributing and what fears can limit their performance. We teach the path of integration and alignment of all that it means to be engaged in meaningful work and fulfilled. We develop trust and enthusiasm so leaders can come to work wholeheartedly and hear, recognize, and respect those whom they lead. We build cultures of coaching where the dialog starts within the framework of compassion.
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The Healthcare Coaching Institute
Become a Certified Leadership Coach! Pyramid's thought leader coaches designed a program that is unique in the industry. Pyramid's Coaching Institute trains and certifies leaders and coaches through a transformative leadership curriculum focused in the business of life sciences. This ICF ACTP program prepares participants for the PCC, or professional certifications.
Team Leader as Coach
The Team Leader as Coach workshop provides a deeper understanding and practice of “coaching” as a unique leadership skill for the leader in support of their team. Participants experience a number of exercises and role plays to help solidify the learning and are left with tools they can apply immediately in the workplace. Ready to deliver customizable one or two day workshops to train leaders in a core coaching skills program. For those who lead medium to large sized organizations. This is also a great workshop for conferences.
Dipti Patel Misra
Coaching Through Chaos: Navigating the healthcare galaxy
Featured cover story in Choice: the magazine of professional coaching, (2016) Vol 14, No 2 (pp 20-23) By: Darelyn “DJ” Mitsch, MCC & Mark Greenawald, MD. “As the healthcare system takes on a more chaotic quality, many leaders and healers in the space overstretch their capacity for coping and adaptation, falling into a sense of futility, isolation, cynicism, and emotional blunting. Read on to explore how coaching can contribute to creating clarity, continuous improvement, and efficacy in the healthcare space as well as the coaching opportunities and challenges faced.”
All In! Humanity Demands We Bring Our Fullest Contribution
Darelyn “DJ” Mitsch, MCC. “Coaching is foundationally the greatest common language of leadership, love and acceptance on this planet. The dance of a corporate coaching conversation allows opportunities for coaches to mentor, guide, consult, teach, and lead. Clients choose to hire coaches for many reasons including background, gender, experiences, and energetic fit.
Coaching in Healthcare
American surgeon, writer, and public health researcher Atul Gawande writes in The New Yorker, “Providing healthcare is like building a house. The task requires experts, expensive equipment and materials, and a huge amount of coordination.” The complexity and chaos of providing healthcare can be likened to building a very large house. Today, we’re at a crossroads in healthcare, navigating enormous waves of change, creating tensions within us and between us all. Yet, the far edge of complexity is often where there is the greatest potential for creativity and growth. Chaos may seem like a void, but it can be a field of discovery where we ultimately deconstruct and re-create.
The Voices of Intuition
Discussing intuition with brilliant colleagues, I was reminded by Wise Woman and Master Coach Harriett Salinger, “There are many voices of wisdom swirling around us. The real question is how to distinguish those and how we experience working with intuition.” Sorting through this notion became the basis for what is shared in this exploration. While there are nuances, what came through was a way of describing the concepts as distinct voices of intuition: The Heart Voice, The Aha Voice, and Instant Cognition, the ‘Grok’ Voice.