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Don’t Tell Me, Show Me! Helping Clients Thrive with Experiential Learning Jim Knickerbocker, PhD, PCC Intrepid Growth, LLC 831-272-4546.

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1 Don’t Tell Me, Show Me! Helping Clients Thrive with Experiential Learning Jim Knickerbocker, PhD, PCC Intrepid Growth, LLC

2 OBJECTIVES  Understand how experiential learning complements traditional coaching approaches  Learn some experiential activities that can enhance a coaching session  Plan incorporating experiential activities into coaching practices

3 WORKSHOP FLOW 1 Introduce 2 Experience 3 Practice 4 Reflect

4 ABOUT EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING 1 Introduce 2 Experience 3 Practice 4 Reflect

5 WHY EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING? “Tell me and I'll forget. Show me and I may not remember. Involve me and I'll understand.” ~ attributed to both Native American & Chinese sources

6 WANTED For resisting learning from others

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8 EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING & COACHING Use of Experiential Learning via Coaching may help clients: 1.Understand and remember at a deeper level 2.Build client’s capacity for self-observation and self-correction 3.Who prefer non-auditory learning styles (kinesthetic, visual) 4.Who are intellectually or emotionally well defended against learning from others (e.g., smart people, wounded people)

9 WHAT IS AN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING EXERCISE? FramingDeliveryDebrief Provides contextMust make choicesHarvest learning & Make linkage to life Because participants have free will, you can’t guarantee what will happen

10 STOP TALKING – START DOING! 1 Introduce 2 Experience 3 Practice 4 Reflect

11 YOUR TURN! 1 Introduce 2 Experience 3 Practice 4 Reflect

12 HOW DO YOU GET TO CARNEGIE HALL? Practice, Practice, Practice!  Get into groups of 3 people  Take turns rotating through these roles: Coach – Helper/Observer – Client  Follow provided instructions, take turns leading experiential activities from the coach’s perspective Talk, Talk, Talk! Discuss questions in small group, taking notes for large group report out:  What was your experience of this activity?  What are the opportunities to use experiential activities with your clients?  What are the possible barriers or challenges?

13 HARVEST LEARNING & CONNECT TO LIFE 1 Introduce 2 Experience 3 Practice 4 Reflect

14 ROLL YOUR OWN To create your own experiential activities for your clients:  Identify the desired outcomes or learning  Recall how you (or others) learned this experientially  Consider what people, places, situations or things might create the conditions for this experience?

15 THANK YOU!  I want to hear your feedback  Today’s slides will be available on the GCA website Experiential Activity Kit for Coaches?  Want info on an Experiential Activity Kit for Coaches?


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