About This Seminar
NOTE: This is an in-person training in Los Angeles, CA
You can’t do it all yourself, so how can you quickly build leadership, innovation, and autonomy within your team? Using a coaching approach will develop your team’s muscles around taking responsibility, thinking creatively, and being resourceful, and they will gain confidence in their abilities to achieve. In turn, you will have a happier, more engaged, and enthusiastic team and there will be time for you to take on more interesting and higher-level tasks or projects. It’s a win/win for supervisors.
Starting right away, you’ll practice coaching methods and be challenged to play a role that’s different from what you’re accustomed to. During this training, you will examine your own communication practices and listening skills, your openness to trusting others, and your ability to create an environment of coaching and learning.
We encourage you to bring others from your organization to support one another’s learning and to help ensure that the new coaching methods will be incorporated into the organization.
- Coaching methodology defined
- Empowering questions
- GROW model
Location: Center for Nonprofit Management
1000 North Alameda Street, Suite A
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Who Should Attend: Supervisors/Managers/Directors.
This program meets in person on the following Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.:
- January 25, 2024
- February 1, 2024
- Early Bird : $199 (ends on 1/11)
- General Admission: $225
If you are a CNM Member or Scholarship Recipient, please send an email to [email protected] to receive your discount code.
Brianna Freiheit, Principal, RB Consulting Group LLC
Brianna is a coach, trainer, and consultant with 20 years’ experience working in and with nonprofit organizations and government agencies to create change. Having dedicated her career to strengthening individuals and communities, she has worked with a)plan coaching, the cities of Santa Monica and Culver City, Center for Nonprofit Management, Downtown Women’s Center, LAUSD Board of Education, Community Partners, and Public Allies DC. Brianna has led training for USC and served as a part-time lecturer for American Jewish University. She holds a Master of Public Administration from USC with an emphasis in nonprofit management and leadership and is a graduate of CNM’s Professional Coaching Certificate program, which is accredited by the International Coaching Federation.
Patricia Navarro- Learning & Events Manager
Patricia brings to CNM more than 15 years of experience supporting the nonprofit community. Her passion for empowering people by helping them to learn and grow has been what drives her in the different roles she has played. Patricia has coordinated and managed training, events, and conferences; she has coached adult learners and managers; and she has facilitated training for volunteers and clients – all of which she has conducted in both English and Spanish. At CNM, Patricia oversees certification programs, administration of scholarship grants, and customized training. She is a key part of the team that coordinates CNM’s training and special events like the 501(c)onference. She holds a B.S. from ITESM, a prestigious university in Mexico, and is a Certified Coach by Goldvarg Consulting Group (an ICF accredited program).