Partnership & Team | Auckland | 12-14 May

Cost
$3,199 Full course fee
$700 Refresher fee, includes manuals (only available to coaches who have previously completed this training module)
Prices in NZD and include GST
Dates
12-14 May 2020
Times
8:30am - 5.30pm all three days
Venue
Oomph Room, Naumi Auckland Airport, 153 Kirkbride Road, Mangere, Auckland 2022
Catering
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea supplied. Please advise us of any specific dietary requirements at least two weeks prior to the course starting.
Registration Close Off
17 April 2020 or earlier if maximum numbers are reached
Confirmation Date
20 April 2020 or earlier if minumum numbers are reached
Course Information
Prerequisite: Accreditation in Top 5 CliftonStrengths Coaching by SNSP or Gallup. Current SNSP member - if you wish to renew your membership please contact the SNSP office to arrange this prior to registering for this course.

Strengths Network South Pacific offers training to enable accredited StrengthsFinder coaches to provide feedback and consultation using the themes identified by Clifton Strengthsfinder. This is designed to give the coach the tools to help individuals discover what is right and use this to help them understand their unique talents, and leverage these talents towards achieving personal and professional success in their roles and relationships.

The content of this course will cover:

-How to provide effective feedback and consultation for teams, small groups and partnerships;
-Resources for Strengths coaching;
-Further exploration of the 34 Themes;
-Strategies to help individuals partner with each other to meet performance goals and enjoy a deeper level of understanding in both personal and professional relationships.

This course is made up of the Partnership module (day one) and Team module (days two and three). If you are interested in completing one module only please contact the SNSP office directly. Note: the Partnership module must be completed prior to attending the Team module.

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