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Event Name:REVEALING BLINDSPOTS: Using InSight Mapping to Uncover What Is Hidden
Description:Seeing someone else’s blindspots, particularly in how they relate to others, can be pretty effortless.  So, what makes it so hard for people to see their own relational blindspots?  And how can we as coaches gently bring our clients’ awareness to their relational blindspots, while staying conscious of our own?  
Event Date:04-07-17
Event Time:09:00 AM - 12:30 PM Eastern
Location:Scandi Senior Living Center
216 Waltham St.
Newton, MA 02465

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Details:Revealing Blindspots: Using InSight Mapping to Uncover What’s Hidden
Presenter: Alison Whitmire, Learning in Action
Date: Friday, April 7, 2017 - 9am – 12:30pm
NEW LOCATION: Scandi Senior Living Center, 216 Waltham St., NEWTON, 02465 (between West Newton, Nonantum and Waltham); if you get lost: Tel. 617-527-6566 

Interpersonal Neurobiology is an interdisciplinary field, pioneered by Dr. Daniel Siegel, which integrates many fields such as neuroscience, psychology, biology, cognitive science, sociology - in an effort to understand how relationships and the brain interact to shape who we are.  We’ll be using this lens to explore how we are all shaped by our relationships and how relational blindspots can form as a result.  Join us to discover the interpersonal neurobiology of relational blindspots and learn to identify common blindspot patterns.   

The audience will walk away with :
  • an understanding of what creates relational blindspots 
  • knowledge of patterns of commonly occurring blindspots 
  • understanding of how to use the InSight Mapping tool to map the client’s internal experience using their own language.
  • possibilities for using coaching core competencies to create awareness in their clients about their blindspots.
Member fee: $30; non-member fee: $45  

Presenter: Alison Whitmire is the President of Learning in Action, a company committed to revealing blindspots and creating awarenesses that result in breakthroughs.  We believe that the most difficult challenge to personal growth lies in what we don’t know and can’t see about ourselves.  We help coaches, mediators and leadership development professionals create the awareness within their clients that allows them to move forward faster. Alison is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and an expert in the field of developmental emotional intelligence.   She is certified as a 200 RYT Yoga Teacher and is a 3 time TEDx Conference organizer.  

Prior to Learning in Action, Alison specialized in coaching CEO/owners and was a Chair for Vistage International, a worldwide CEO membership organization.   She has also worked in a series of Fortune 500 companies, practiced as a CPA with Ernst and Young and earned an MBA from University of Chicago. 
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