The Real8abiity Factors are eight key principles towards mastering communication and relational ability. This course is Part Two of a two part series that is designed to help you move your life forward with greater confidence by unlocking communication blocks and deepening your relationships.
This course is led by Chris Hogan, a successful Executive Coach to business owners and senior management. He is also the Practice Group Leader for Executive Coaching in ROHEI Corporation, a leading learning and development organization. A consultant to leaders in organizations, Chris helps them develop high-trust teams with open communication that leads to clarity and innovative solutions. His work has made an impact on leaders around the world, including top executives at Yahoo, Sales Force, Zinio, among many leading organizations in the US.
Through a variety of video lectures, Chris will share both key principles and very practical examples of how to use these tools effectively to gain great clarity in your life. Watch how Chris coaches three individuals and their significant others towards breakthrough by becoming more relatable.
Get an exclusive look into Chris’ coaching conversations and take away impactful lessons for yourself including how to:
Identify and connect with what others are truly desiring
Build lasting relationships
Create a safe platform to communicate
Communicate you care in a way the other person understands it
Challenge others towards their potential without overwhelming them
Move away from independence and towards interdependence in your closest relationships
Your learning will be scaffolded by a Learning Journal which contains quick summaries of key ideas and take on Learning Challenges at the end of every learning segment to take practical steps to apply what you learnt.
By choosing to be engaged in your learning, you will benefit in the following ways:
Become anchored with 8 steps that empower your communications through the Real8Ability Factors
Reframe and refocus your relational perspectives for increased freedom in relationships
Dispel fears and misconceptions in a healthy and constructive way
Be skillful in giving your best in relationships rather than to give in or to give up
Create safe environments where conversations can flourish and relationships can blossom
Looking forward to seeing you inside!
What are the requirements?
Use a laptop or mobile device to watch the video and listen to audio overviews
Download and print your very own Learning Journey to help you reflect
Think about specific issues and relationships that you want to focus on
Set aside enough time per week to watch the videos, digest and reflect on the content
Identify specific actions in the Learning Challenges that you can take to put your learning into practice
What am I going to get from this course?
Apply the Eight Real8Ability Factors when interacting with others at home, work or in the community
Give others a safe space to express what’s going on inside of them to hear what they are really feeling
Be interested, rather than interesting to understand the other person’s reality better
Uncover and banish any False Evidence Appearing Real (F.E.A.R.) that either of you might have in a constructive way
Reflect back what a person communicates to interpret their intentions accurately, in order to respond appropriately
Collaborate to move forward with a “We” mindset, rather than a just “You and Me” mindset
What is the target audience?
If you are looking to get ahead in life
If you are experiencing roadblocks in your life and want to overcome them
If you are facing a challenge that you don’t really know what to do about
If you are looking to deepen relationships and understanding with your loved ones, co-workers, reports and bosses
If you are a manager wanting greater clarity on your priorities
If you are a spouse wanting a better marriage
If you are a parent trying to better connect with your kids
If you are at half time and thinking about what to do with the second half of your life
If you already have a great life and great relationships but are open to doing even better
|Section 1: Introduction|
How to Maximise Your Learning
Download Your Learning Journal
Audio Overview of How Relationships Transform Culture
How Relationships Transform Culture
LEARNING CHALLENGE 1: Evaluate yourself
Audio Overview of 4 Ways Courage Shows Up
4 Ways Courage Shows Up
4 Ways Courage Show Up
LEARNING CHALLENGE 2: 8 factors in relation to how you were parented
|Section 2: Overview of Real8Ability Factors|
Audio Overview of The Eight Real8Ability Factors
The Eight Real8Ability Factors
The Eight Real8Ability Factors
LEARNING CHALLENGE 3: Identify your strengths in the 8 factors
Audio Overview of Relatability at the Workplace
Relatability at the Workplace
LEARNING CHALLENGE 4: Apply the 8 factors to a specific situation
Getting Ready for the Rest of the Conversations
|Section 3: Coaching Conversations with Marco & Tanya|
Marco Shares About Himself
Audio Overview of Introduction to the Conversation with Marco & Tanya
Introduction to the Conversation with Marco & Tanya
Audio Overview of Coaching Conversation with Marco & Tanya
Coaching Conversation with Marco & Tanya
LEARNING CHALLENGE 5: Identify your ‘small incidents’
Audio Overview of Commentary of Marco & Tanya
Commentary of Marco & Tanya
LEARNING CHALLENGE 6: Use the Real8Ability Factors in a real conversation
Audio Overview of Commentary of Chris
Commentary of Chris: Communicating & Interpretating
LEARNING CHALLENGE 7: How to be more interested rather than interesting?
Audio Overview of Marco & Tanya: Conversation in Review
Marco & Tanya: Conversation in Review
LEARNING CHALLENGE 8: Identify interpretations
|Section 4: Coaching Conversations with Sharon & Khing|
Audio Overview of Introduction to Sharon & Khing
Introduction to Sharon & Khing
Audio Overview of Gathering All the Facts
Gathering All the Facts
LEARNING CHALLENGE 9: Identify your personal reality
Audio Overview of Sharon & Khing: An Introduction to the Conversation
Sharon & Khing: An Introduction to the Conversation
Audio Overview of Coaching Conversation with Sharon & Khing
Coaching Conversation with Sharon & Khing
LEARNING CHALLENGE 10: F.E.A.R’s personal impact
Audio Overview of Commentary of Sharon & Khing
Commentary of Sharon & Khing
LEARNING CHALLENGE 11: Identify the benefits of being relatable
Audio Overview of Chris’ thoughts on Sharon & Khing
Chris’ thoughts on Sharon & Khing
LEARNING CHALLENGE 12: Outline a specific problem on the 4 levels
Audio Overview of F.E.A.R.
LEARNING CHALLENGE 13: Stay open to different interpretations
Audio Overview of F.E.A.R. at the workplace
F.E.A.R. at the Workplace
LEARNING CHALLENGE 14: Help to debunk F.E.A.R.
Audio Overview of the Eight Real8Ability Factors at the Workplace
The Eight Real8Ability Factors at the Workplace
LEARNING CHALLENGE 15: Get openness
|Section 5: Coaching Conversations with Liz|
Audio Overview of Liz: An Introduction to the Conversation
Liz: An Introduction to the Conversation
Audio Overview of Liz Shares About Herself
Liz Shares About Herself
Audio Overview of Coaching Conversation with Liz: Intentional Gratitude
Coaching Conversation with Liz: Intentional Gratitude
LEARNING CHALLENGE 16: Being grateful for a person
Audio Overview of Coaching Conversation Liz: Chris Role Plays As Liz’s Husband
Coaching Conversation Liz: Chris Role Plays As Liz’s Husband
LEARNING CHALLENGE 17: Stay calm despite unexpected responses
Audio Overview of Liz’s Commentary: The Effect of Being Relatable
Liz’s Commentary: The Effect of Being Relatable
Audio Overview of Liz’s Commentary: Upcoming Conversation with Her Husband
Liz’s Commentary: Upcoming Conversation with Her Husband
Audio Overview of Intentional Gratitude
Audio Overview of Staying Relatable
LEARNING CHALLENGE 18: Prepare to have a conversation
Audio Overview of Chris’ Review of the Conversation with Liz
Chris’ Review of the Conversation with Liz
LEARNING CHALLENGE 19: Support to be relatable
Summary of Real8Ability Factors
|Section 6: Closing|
LEARNING CHALLENGE 20: Summarize your learning from Modules 1 & 2
We hope you have enjoyed this module.
|Section 7: Section 7: Additional Resources|
Full Conversation with Sharon and Khing
Full Conversation with Sharon
Practice Conversation with Liz
ROHEI Corporation, We Create Inspired Learning Experiences
ROHEI Corporation is a Learning and Development Consultancy that specializes in creating inspired learning experiences. Founded in 2007, ROHEI has trained over 35,000 participants from industries representing finance, service, aviation, education and government.
As a partner of the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA), ROHEI’s core skills programs enjoy funding of up to 90% for Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents.
Chris Hogan, ROHEI Practice Group Leader, Executive Coaching
Chris Hogan is a Practice Group Leader for Executive Coaching at ROHEI. He develops training curriculums while providing training for our executive coaches. As an organizational development consultant, Chris has worked with government officials and business leaders from South America, Asia, Europe, and North America. The founder and President of Noble Call Institute, a Coaching organization, Chris is also the Catalyst leader for Transform World, an international movement comprised of leadership from 54 nations.
Chris has been in the field of Training and Development since 1989 and has developed curriculums for corporate, family, and personal development. An inspirational teacher, a relationship life coach and a consultant, Chris helps equip men and women to be effective in relationships that matter most. Through his work at Noble Call Institute, he mediates for people and organizations to resolve their most pressing issues and reconcile relationships. His work helps men course correct and reconnect with their wives as a marriage coach, equips fathers to understand the heart of their children and discover their niche in life.
A consultant to leaders in organizations, Chris helps them develop high-trust teams with open communication that leads to clarity and innovative solutions. His work has made an impact on leaders around the world, including top executives at Yahoo, Sales Force, Zinio, among many leading organizations in the US.
An alumna of the University of Illinois at Springfield, Chris is a certified Franklin-Covey Facilitator. He also serves as an Executive Coach, Consultant and Speaker and has been Keynote Speaker at conferences in the United States, South Korea, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, and Indonesia. You’ll find him among the top tier of LinkedIn endorsed Public Speakers.
A coffee connoisseur, Chris roasts his own coffee and enjoys gardening as well. Passionate about relationships, he spends a lot of time with his children, with whom he enjoys collaborating on projects. He also puts much importance on reading and gaining new information on the subject of relationships.
An enthusiastic traveller, he loves traveling the world with family members, helping each one discover their niche and develop their strengths so they can experience the joy of a meaningful life as they serve others well.
Praise Mok, Principal Consultant, ROHEI
Praise is Principal Consultant at ROHEI. She has been in the field of Training and Development since 1999. Known for her creativity and clarity of understanding, Praise oversees the ideation process when contextualizing training and development interventions. She directs the program curriculum development and physical space design with a goal to expedite the transfer of learning to the workplace.
She was involved as a key member of the curriculum development team in a consulting group for Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) and was selected as a curriculum specialist and assessor of programmes. She has facilitated workshops for all levels of management in both government and MNC corporate settings, and was consulted in corporate-wide organization development interventions that have assisted organizations to achieve their transformational objectives. She was also designated as a lead instructor for certification programs of psychometric learning tools.
She holds Bachelor of Law (Honors) from National University of Singapore and holds a Master of Training and Development with Griffith University, Australia. She is a licensed Coach and Coaching Clinic Facilitator with certification from the Corporate Coach U and has been engaged by the WDA as a curriculum specialist.
Praise is energized by family and community. A mother of four rambunctious children, two singletons and a set a twins, she is also the wife of a husband who harbours secret hopes of being a musician. Family life is fodder for comedy and weekends are often spent in the company of family and good church mates. In the midst of these daily happenings, Praise has gained many valuable insights about life and living, insights that have often been woven into her program design.
Praise has also acquired multi-tasking skills, skills that have increased in proportion to the number of children born. Indeed, necessity has truly been the mother of invention. This life skill has allowed her to work effectively whether she is engaging in discussions on curriculum design or at home overseeing the supervision of her children and the running of the household. It has also given her an enlarged capacity to love life more and breathe slower.