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Eastsiders Alert! Coffee and Mini-Practicum with David C. Wigglesworth, Ph.D. and Philip S. Heller, Ph.D.

  • February 01, 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Soulfood Coffeehouse 15748 Redmond Way Redmond, WA 98052 (425) 881-5309
  • 2


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Hey Eastsiders! Join us for Coffee and Mini-Practicum with David C. Wigglesworth, Ph.D. and Philip S. Heller, Ph.D.

Come join us for a Mini-Practicum. Our intention is to create a process for peers to share current situations confidentially in support of each other’s continued learning and development. We are most interested in learning with colleagues who are working in a development capacity (at a systems, team, or coaching level, internal or external), with a shared value for learning in relationship and who bring a common set of facilitative skills.

Our focus is on: What are the situations or events that matter most to me right now? What stirs me these days?* Our process will be to follow best-practice team development and mutual coaching via strength-based feedback and here and now debriefs.

*Questions by John Runyon, used with permission.

This session has limited space,  therefore maximum enrollment is 5.

A full agenda will be e-mailed prior to the session

Hosted coffee bar


Soulfood Coffeehouse

15748 Redmond Way

Redmond, WA 98052 (425) 881-5309

David C. Wigglesworth, Ph.D. started his career as a lecturer in residence in colleges and universities in Latin America, Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and North Africa. He held senior management positions in a New York publishing house and the Behavioral Research Labs in Palo Alto. In 1967 he launched his sole practitioner consultancy working with clients in education, energy, health care, government, broadcasting, and legal fields in the US and in over 17 countries. His focus was on meeting client needs that often involved human resource, management, and organization development issues. He is a published author and has been a keynote presenter at national and international conferences.

Philip S. Heller, Ph.D. has been a coach and consultant for 40 years with clients from government, research/medical centers, universities and non-profit agencies. He has coached leaders and teams to respond effectively to adaptive change, sensitive conflicts, high profile policy decisions and critical performance issues at the individual, team, organization and inter-agency level. Philip has taught at the Federal Executive Institute and as a senior consultant with the Community Consulting Partnership, he has coached less-experienced consultants in the support of non-profit development. As a member of Human System Development Professionals, an association of senior professionals, he is committed to high standards of practice, self-development and peer review.

Come and join us!


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