Course curriculum

  • 1
    Session 1: Module 1 - Introduction to working with Non-coachable Individuals
    • Prerequisites
    • Video 1: Introduction
    • Identifying "non-coachable" individuals
    • Identification errors
    • Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore...
    • Making room for choosing the right model
  • 2
    Session 2: Module 2 - Why we need an accountability partner
    • Video 2: The two for one element (accountability partner)
    • Creating a substitute for the client's internal accountability structure
    • Non-coachable model = Two for one
    • Needing to wake up non-coachable clients to the need for transformation
    • The four extreme responses of non-coachable individuals and why they require an accountability partner
    • The role of an accountability partner when the client has Grandiosity issues
    • Lack of boundaries - two ways
    • Critical things to notice about the accountability partner
    • Modeling, supporting, and guiding the accountability partner
    • Preparing the accountability partner for push back
    • Of the two, who is my client?
  • 3
    Session 3: Module 3 - Resistance in non-coachable individuals (Part 1)
    • Video 3: Resistance
    • How did non-coachable individuals get here in the first place?
    • Avoiding threat vs. lack of repair
    • Still Face Experiment: Dr. Edward Tronick (optional)
    • Expect more variety of CRS and "richness" of deliberate and subconscious manipulations:
    • Extreme resistance response: It's all about me
    • Extreme resistance response: Withdrawn versions of non-coachable resistance
    • Extreme resistance response: Negotiations and ultimatums
    • Extreme resistance response: "pacifying" behaviors
    • Extreme resistance response: Dissociated or numb
    • Extreme resistance response: Self justification
  • 4
    Session 4: Module 3 - Resistance in non-coachable individuals (Part 2)
    • The neuroscience of shame (optional)
    • Change and grief
    • Learned helplessness from a Neuroscience perspective
    • Observation and Self Compassion
    • The addictive nature of resistance
    • Self-regulating and integration
    • How to connect with non-coachable individuals
    • How to respond if non-coachable individual does not send examples consistently or at all?
  • 5
    Session 5: Module 4 - CRS and resistance in non-coachable profiles (Part 1)
    • Video 4: CRS and non-coachable individuals
    • Review - Polyvagal Theory - Neuroceptive Safety (optional)
    • Polyvagal Theory, integration, trusting ourselves, and the role of CRS
    • Adoption of skills into the Limbic System, not the PFC
    • CRS and the Thalamus (optional)
    • CRS and the resistance of non-coachable individuals
    • CRS and Bias from a Neuroscience-perspective
    • Telltale signs of a non-coachable profile
    • KCI Diagnostic Report - Anon-NC1
    • KCI Diagnostic Report - Anon-NC2
    • KCI Diagnostic Report - Anon-NC3
    • KCI Diagnostic Report - Anon-NC4
  • 6
    Session 6: Module 5 - Emotional readiness of the coach to work with non-coachable individuals
    • Video 5: Coach readiness to work with non-coachable clients
    • Being triggered as a coach
    • No agenda or judgment
    • Using your emotions as a coach to navigate resistance
    • The vulnerability of the coach and accountability partner
    • Leaning into the storm - Terry Real
    • Accountability and non-coachable individuals
    • A firmer type of accountability
    • Negotiating moving forward when client has big emotional responses
    • Beware of the need to save the day: Don't get between non-coachable individuals and their accountability partners
  • 7
    Session 7: Module 6 - Increasing predictability and managing perception
    • Video 6: Managing Predictability and Perception
    • The Trio that Substitutes Buy-in and Acceptance
    • Contracting with non-coachable individuals (a form of predictability)
    • Priming for certain meaning-assignment before you hit resistance
    • Contracting (prediction) as a way to support weak initial buy-in
    • Predictability, Forecasting, and the Impact of Having a Crystal Ball
    • Forecasting and setting expectations - beyond resistance
    • The Importance of Managing Perception
    • The closer to the start, the more sensitive the process is to failure