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Coaching Elite Performers..

Description

This 90-minute presentation focuses on (1) many of the intra and interpersonal dynamics most effective in achieving credibility and influence with elite performers and (2) a conceptual system for the integration of coaching investigations and interventions. Though case examples include a focus on elite military members (Special Forces, Marine Raiders, etc.) the principles presented are powerful when applied to the coaching of any uniquely talented, intellectually bright, aggressive and highly competitive individuals or groups. Though examples are specific and concrete, the principles conceptually represent the balancing of confidence and humility in coaching demeanor, mindful investigation of client needs, and the development of functional strengths in the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of client performance.

Learning Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to explain and use the four pillars of elite performance to structure analysis of an individual or group performance and develop enhancement plans.
2. Participants will be able to explain and use the concepts of capability, stability and motivation to analyze individual performance and develop intervention targets.
3. Participants will be able to explain and use the five CLEAR skill sets to manage intra and interpersonal dynamics to enhance individual or team performance.

 

Presenter

Carroll H. Greene III, Colonel (Ret), USAF, PhD, ABPP

Carroll Greene is a consulting psychologist with over 40 years of behavioral health and operational military experience. Dr. Greene served for the past nine years at the U. S. Marine Raider Training Center as the director of psychological applications. He developed and led psychological applications to enhance individual and unit performance in the assessment, selection, and training of Marine special operations personnel. Dr. Greene’s 24 plus years of military and civilian service in the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) has also included clinical healthcare leadership as well as operational support to combat and intelligence operations. He has developed and managed applications for Special Access Programs (SAP) and top tier special mission forces and consulted to commanders on unique operational and personnel performance challenges for both air and ground forces, in garrison and deployed. As the first psychologist ever assigned to newly formed Air Force Special Operations Command in 1993, and later the first psychologist assigned to several special mission units within the Joint Special Operations Command 1998 through 2004, he helped shape the historical growth of behavioral health and operational psychology applications for USSOCOM.

Continuing Education

Credits:
1.5 CE
Level:
Any
Production Date:
04/01/2019

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