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The Value of Values: Using Values to Evoke Client Awareness and Insight

Monday, February 13, 2023, 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM
ASU Chandler Innovation Center (ACIC)
249 East Chicago Street, Room 101/103
Chandler, AZ  85225
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Registration cancellations will be accepted until Sunday, February 12, 2023 at 6:00 PM
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The Value of Values: Using Values to Evoke Client Awareness and Insight

Presented by Brian Stinson & Alison Smith, PCC

Monday, February 13, 2023 
5:30pm - 5:55pm Networking
6:00pm - 7:00pm Presentation
7:00pm - 7:30pm Post meeting networking & discussion

Light snacks and beverages will be provided.

ASU Chandler Innovation Center (ACIC)
249 East Chicago Street
Chandler, AZ 85225
Room 101/103

Members $35
Non-Members $45
Card Pack $20

CCEUs: Core Competency | TBD
Resource Development | TBD

What values drive your work and life? What becomes possible if you bring more of your values into your work and life? How competent do you feel in supporting your clients to identify their core values? Come learn some new techniques for supporting clients to identify and live from their core values. We will hear from Brian Stinson, culture engineer and author of The PEAK Values cards, and Alison Smith, PCC about utilizing values-driven coaching conversations to unlock insights for individual, team, and organizational clients!

Participants will learn:
  • The difference between strengths and values as well as ‘core’ versus ‘aspirational’ values
  • How personal core values influence our actions and what causes values to change over time.
  • How transparency of core values leads to higher levels of interpersonal connection, improved communication, and healthy conflict in teams.
  • Increased acumen about how purpose and values form the foundation of organizational culture and the impact of alignment vs. misalignment of values on employees.
  • Understand methods for using values clarification exercises and resources to support increased client awareness and insight.

During this workshop, participants will complete a facilitated card sort exercise that results in the identification of their top 6 personal core values (and 2-3 ‘least important’ values). Next, we will practice being vulnerable with each other by sharing and discussing the results. Finally, each participant will be asked to identify 2-3 relationships (friends, family members, colleagues, etc.) that will benefit from discussing core values and make commitments for having these crucial conversations.

 Buy Card Pack $20

Presenters' Bios

Brian Stinson brings a diverse background in engineering and people systems expertise. During his 21 years at Intel, he learned to combine the science of data and analytics with the power of empathy and authentic relationships to effectively solve real-world business problems. In his last role with the company, Brian was responsible for the Workforce Strategy for Intel’s 6000-person worldwide IT organization. While in this role, he decided that the balance of his career would be dedicated to Organizational Development. Since co-founding The PEAK Fleet in 2016, Brian has facilitated this same workshop for thousands of people all over the US.

The PEAK Fleet is a collaborative team of thought leaders, inventors, engineers, analysts, and activators working passionately to fundamentally change the Future of Work. Experts in Employee Engagement, Organizational Development, and the Future of Work, they guide organizations to achieve higher levels of productivity, customer satisfaction, and employee engagement. Unlike traditional and large consulting companies, they bring a culturally fresh perspective and adaptive learning approach that creates better attachment, demands action, and delivers results.'

Alison Smith is the Founder and CEO of A Teacher's Best Friend, an organization that provides coaching services specifically designed for teachers and all those who work in the Education sector. She has her PCC and BCC certifications and has coached education professionals from all over the US, Europe, and Canada! She met Brian about a year ago and has incorporated the PEAK Values cards with her clients to unlock deeper insights about what drives them. She will be sharing the coaching perspective on how to utilize the Values work that Brian will share today with your clients.

Please retain your confirmation email. It will have the Zoom Access on it. Real time assistance will not be available prior to the webinar.

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