It might be if you’re an experienced coach and you like working with clients on a psychological level. This training fits broadly into the tradition of positive psychology, cognitive psychology, and narrative psychology. It’s based on the idea that we largely construct our own reality and that our current level of change fitness has got us to where we are today. But, to quote Marshall Goldsmith, what got you here won’t get you to there. If we want to grow and expand, we must develop our change fitness. Change fitness is not something we are born with: it’s something we learn.
You might already work with clients on this psychological level, and you might be good at it. But this is a complex landscape and you need as full an understanding of it as you can get. Change fitness is an important part of that landscape. Our contribution to knowledge is to describe what this change fitness landscape looks like, and to provide a framework to work with it. We have researched this topic at the doctoral level and beyond.
This training will help you understand the change process better, and show you the landscape within which your change fitness learning takes place. Unless you understand the important areas you need to develop, it becomes much more difficult to improve your change fitness. This training will provide you with increased understand of this topic, and a framework to guide your thinking and practice.