Vital Interactions Coaching Skills for Leaders

DATE: 28th – 29th March 2017
TIME: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
LOCATION: Auckland


About this Workshop

We are excited to introduce you to our neuroscience and experience based, coaching skills training programme. This course, especially designed for those responsible for leading others, is a trifecta of professional development – a solid foundation of research, delivered by skilled facilitators, in a fun and experiential learning environment.

This is compounded by the focus on embedding, aligning with your existing skills and experience, and applied to your current situation.

Over the 2 days, participants will work with personal insight and learn to enhance insight in others. We will highlight the key ingredients for positive interactions and the mechanics of a successful interaction.

Participants will leave this skills-based programme able to engage, develop, lead and motivate others to achieve sustainable outcomes in any conversation or interaction.


Learning Outcomes

  • Understand coaching including distinguishing formal and informal coaching, identifying when to coach, and how it differs from other modalities
  • Understand how and why coaching works through insights from neuroscience, positive psychology and systems thinking
  • Enhanced coaching approach including better active listening, direct communication, questioning, building rapport, designing actions and managing progress and accountability
  • Have a coaching model to support interactions
  • Apply new learning into current situations using techniques and tools to automate actions and successfully integrate for sustainable outcomes


Programme Inclusions

  • A training team of two Vital Futures facilitators
  • Two days face-to-face training
  • Follow up
  • Total of 20 hours of coach specific training (includes 16 hrs of trainer contact and 4 hrs of self study)


Programme Materials

  • Participant learning aids
  • A programme mentor


Date & Times

  • Tuesday 28th March 2017 from 9am to 5pm
  • Wednesday 29th March 2017 from 9am to 5pm


Interested in learning more?

Contact us at or 09 575 7372 for more information or to register.