How to Use Points of You® Tools
for Wellbeing Coaching and Facilitation
The 3rd using Points of You group coaching sessions conducted by Viya Chen and Chuen Chuen Yeo with Institute for Adult Learning Singapore to increase the awareness of Wellbeing: The 5 Essential Element . IAL supports Adult Education professionals, businesses, human resource developers and policy makers through its comprehensive suite of programmes and services in raising capabilities and catalysing innovations in Continuing Education and Training (CET)
Time：6th Nov 2020 from 2 – 5 PM (Face to Face Workshop in Singapore)
When delivering training in the workplace, or any other form of adult learning, it is imperative that participants are actively engaging with the training material. Those taking part in activities relating to capability and knowledge development must have a clear understanding of not only the subject matter, but also its relevance to them and the applicability of the training to their day-to-day work. Good workplace learning is characterised by high levels of engagement, high levels of energy, clear relevance of the subject matter, and the potential to implement and apply the training outcomes at workplace.
“Protecting mental health takes a collective effort. Let’s resolve to work together to understand mental health better, and to care for one another during these difficult times.” … PM Lee
In the upcoming workshop, we will based on the global study of Gallup 5 Elements of WELLBEING as the framework to flip the challenge of COVID-19 pandemic. Points of You® methodology involves the application of a collection of creative tools for professional and personal development. Developed in 2006 by two professional coaches, this methodology has had a transformative impact on both individuals and organisations in 147 countries; the tools have been translated into 20 different languages and have been successfully implemented by more than one million people worldwide. Based on the andragogical research of Malcolm Knowles, these tools have been selected in order to help participants bridge the gap between knowledge and experience, delivering immediate takeaways that can be applied in a number of contexts. A cornerstone of the Points of You® method is the interaction between the right brain — the intuitive and emotional half of the brain — and the logical and analytical left brain. By drawing on the power of a whole-brain approach, new possibilities happen and new neural connections are formed, which translates into new insights and breakthroughs for the participants.
What does it cover?
- Understand the way in which both left- and right-brain learning can be harnessed to enhance learning experiences of current challenges
- Understand the way in which the Points of You® tools and methodology can be incorporated into their own unique coaching, training, and facilitation practices as the example of improving wellbeing
- Be able to select and employ the Gallup 5 elements of Wellbeing as the learning foundation to maximum effect in adult education
- Be able to employ a coaching approach to facilitate adult learning through the use of Points of You® and Gallup Wellbeing module
How to Use Points of You for Group Coaching
Wellbeing Coaching and Facilitation
at IAL Instutite of Adult Learning Singapore
The 3rd using Points of You at Group Coaching sessions conducted by ICF PCC Viya Chen and Chuen Chuen Yeo with Institute for Adult Learning Singapore to supports Adult Education professionals, businesses, human resource developers and policy makers in Singapore
Create a Culture of Wellbeing
Creating a Culture of Wellbeing
時間：10月22日 (22nd October 2020) 週四中午 12 – 1:30 PM
此時此刻企業可能要比以往任何時候都更加需要關注員工的福祉。COVID-19 疫情給我們的生活帶來了前所未有的劇烈變化，對我們生活產生各方面的影響 – 包括職業，社會，財務，社區和身體健康。各種工作人，從便利超商、醫院、基礎工作人員的安全考量，到在家遠距工作的員工，或被降低工時者的情緒和財務顧慮，每個人都在工作領域中感受到不穩定。
Now, possibly more than ever, there is a need for focus on employee wellbeing. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented and rapid change to our lives, affecting each element of our wellbeing — career, social, financial, community and physical. From the safety concerns of essential workers in places like grocery stores and hospitals to the emotional and financial concerns of those working from home or working less, everyone is experiencing a feeling of instability at work.
Through this webinar, you will learn:
- Understand the key needs of people during this period
- The importance of focusing on employee wellbeing
- Practical tips to support wellbeing as a coach and a leader.
Create a Culture of Coaching
時間：10月8日 (8th October 2020) 週四中午 12 – 1:30 PM
The changing workplace demands that managers move from boss to coach.
Learn how you can use a strengths-based approach to improve employee engagement and performance and transform your workplace culture.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- how to use strengths-based coaching to maximize performance
- best practices from top companies using a strengths-based coaching approach
- how to gain increased performance, higher customer metrics and higher employee engagement using CliftonStrengths