This Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring webinar will provide an overview of coaching theories that can be applied within a performance context. Coaching is extensively used within the corporate and executive world and is ideal for those entrepreneurial teachers looking to expand their range of services.
We will explore solution-focused and acceptance and commitment coaching in some detail, with time to engage in powerful peer coaching in break-out rooms.
This non-profit workshop is being run in aid of charity as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility Programme. We have chosen to support the Voices Foundation, a charity who provide singing development programmes to teachers in schools, so children can gain sustainable access to high quality music education. For those attending, we ask you to make a small donation of £10.00.
About the teacher: Teresa Shaw has focused on the voice throughout her career. She completed her undergraduate degree in music at Manchester University, her Advanced Diploma in vocal performance at the Royal Academy of Music, and recently completed her MA in Vocal Pedagogy with Voice Workshop. A passionate educator, she has taught in all settings from primary schools through to university, and as a result has developed an abiding research interest in Music Performance Anxiety. Her research on this subject has recently been published in Frontiers in Psychology, the result of a collaboration with Dr. David Juncos.
Teresa was trained in classical voice and had an international career as a performer, appearing as a soloist with the English National Opera, Opera North, BBC Symphony Orchestra, The London Sinfonietta and the Berlin Symphony Orchestra.
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