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Helping Clients Flourish – Using Positive Psychology to Lift People’s Capability and Resources

Speaker: Dr Rosie Miller
Type: Paid Event - £15.00
Venue: Holiday Inn (Courtfield Road entrance) 97 Cromwell Road, London (Click venue address for map)
Date: 23 February 2016

Helping Clients Flourish – Using Positive Psychology to Lift People’s Capability and Resource  with Dr Rosie Miller



Times: 18h15 Registration and Networking.

18h45 Session begins and finishes at 20h15.

Door Sales - £20 in cash 

Most coaches are in the business of helping people achieve more. The word “flourishing” is a very popular descriptor of the way people would like to be and how coaches would like to help their clients become. This workshop explores what that state means in psychological terms and how coaches can access that state for their clients and themselves. 


Advances in Positive Psychology have shown how deliberately accessing positive emotions increases people’s capability and resourcefulness. It can increase their problem-solving capability, their creativity and their ability to connect and build good relationships. This is not about positive thinking – it’s all about the deliberate use of positive feelings.


Many coaches understand the concepts but how many are bringing these techniques systematically into their coaching practice to enable their clients inside and outside the coaching? In the workshop participants will learn 3 short but very effective techniques to build positivity and resourcefulness in their clients and themselves. When you and your client are both flourishing, what more could happen? 

The audience will have the opportunity to discuss in groups questions like: 

What are the signs when a client is “flourishing?” 

What are the “best” ways you know to help a client flourish? 

They will then learn by doing 3 specific positive psychology interventions that increase capability, resourcefulness and positivity.

The learning objectives are:

Understand the benefits of “Flourishing” and its implications for your client’s ability to bring their full resources and best self to their life, challenges & goals

Understand the role of positive emotions in creating flourishing people by accessing greater capabilities such as better problem-solving, more creativity and building better relationships.

Learn 3 simple, accessible techniques that build resilience, positivity and well-being which you and your clients will benefit from using alongside your coaching.

About Dr Rosie Miller

Rosie Miller’s interest is how to help people be their best self and enjoy the success and satisfaction that brings. With a background in business herself, she works with leaders, managers and their teams in organisations such as Morgan Stanley, Nomura, ESB, SAP and National Grid. She is an ICF accredited coach (PCC) and NLP Master and Coach. 


In 2014 Rosie completed an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology at Bucks New University (one of the two universities offering this course in the UK). The focus of her research was using positive psychology interventions to build and maintain resilience and well-being in managers and professionals who have suffered a significant set-back. 


That research proved so successful Rosie has gone on to deliver similar very highly regarded Resilience for Performance programmes for individuals and corporate teams especially those facing major change or challenge. She continues to research in this area as a Visiting Research Fellow at Bucks New Uni and teaches on the Masters programme. As a coach, she brings positive psychology techniques into her coaching and continues to explore how to enable people to flourish and grow for themselves.




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