Have you experienced a conversation that has shifted your thinking in a short time? Do you want to be able to have conversations like that at work? Transforming Conversations can help you and your organisation
Transforming Conversations is our core entry level training. It is practical and based on sound theory. Having better conversations means you’ll be changing your behaviour and that takes practice. The course is run in a group setting over 4 days with a gap between the second and third days to allow you to process what you are learning. You will have the chance to be coached in between. The learning happens in the room – there are no assignments or essays although we will provide you with a comprehensive booklist and suggestions on how you can develop your practise.
Many delegates use Transforming Conversations in their current role. Some use it as a first step (28 hours) in a pathway to accreditation as an ICF Certified Coach.
We run this all over the country and throughout the year for a variety of organisations. Once a year Claire Pedrick MCC runs an open Course in Milton Keynes:
“Really grateful for such a well crafted course which enabled me to be in a much more confident place in just four days! Stunning! I would definitely recommend 3D to others. Not least because all they teach adheres to ICF core competencies and the hours in training count towards accreditation, but mostly because the course delivers what it claims, in a professional and friendly way and at a great venue!” CS
“It was some of the highest quality training I’ve ever had the good fortune to receive.” JT
“I really liked extremely competent delivery and teaching, non-coercive, real, straightforwardness with no waffle, relevant, very simple and usable, transformational – honestly!” Karl Freeman
3D has been running this programme since 2004 (as Coaching for Excellence). We have trained people in the NHS, Church of England, Church in Wales, major corporate clients and independent coaches.
Have a look at the calendar to find out more about the next course.