Facilitators: Sarah C Arnett and Joyce White
- What is the power and place of storytelling in Coaching?
- How do we evoke the best stories from ourselves and our clients?
- What are the effects?
- How does current neuroscience support the relevance of storytelling in coaching?
Our May program will provide a forum to tell stories and to collectively answer these questions. Our facilitators will be TCC’s own Sarah Arnett and Joyce White. For those attending, please bring something with you that you find inspirational. Examples might be a photo, song, book, piece of sculpture, spiritual scripture/passage, etc. We will use the memento to build upon for our May program.
Sarah Campbell Arnett, MA, NCC, LMBT, Certified Coach
Sarah is an Organizational Development Specialist with Cone Health System where she facilitates executive leadership training and coaching for teams and individuals. She has attended the National Storytelling Festival for 23 years, was a member of the Triad Storytelling Guild for five years, and has authored the highly creative “Leadership Lessons from the Barre.”
Joyce White, MS, BCC
Joyce is an Executive and Personal Leadership Coach who founded her own coaching and training business in 1989. She has seen the power of positive story transform individuals and groups for over twenty years and believes in its strategic use. She and her husband are currently producing a documentary on Biblical Eldership, a work which leverages the power of storytelling in the coaching and development of Christian leaders. Her book, Reflections of a Coach, is a work in progress in which she experiments with the use of story to evoke insight and action with readers as effectively as traditional “in person” interaction.