Aug
26
Fri
2016
Generating Discovery For Creativity And Innovation Tickets
Aug 26 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Generating Discovery For Creativity And Innovation
Key concepts, principles and techniques for generating your own and your client’s creative ideas in preparation for innovation
Event Information

The webinar will introduce the key concepts, principles and techniques for generating your own and your client’s creative ideas in preparation for innovation.

Janet’s approach integrates human centred design thinking framework with emerging innovative thinking, questioning, listening and debating to see, understand and solve business problems.

During this webinar Janet will present

The differences between creativity, invention and innovation
The 3 phases of the innovation process
What human centred design thinking involves
How to use human centred design thinking to create and deliver client and business value
The 4 steps in the generative discovery cycle
How to listen, inquire and debate disruptively to generate creative ideas

Best Practices for Federal Coaching @ Coaching and Human Capital Community of Practice Tickets
Aug 26 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Best Practices for Federal Coaching @ Coaching and Human Capital Community of Practice

More and more federal agencies and employees are embracing the benefits and opportunities that coaching provides. However, the federal community must establish frameworks and support systems that will ensure safety for all—the coachee, the coach, and the agency. A place to start is to offer guidelines for coaching specifically targeted to a public sector environment.

Join the Coaching and Human Capital Community of Practice with Dr. Theodora Fitzsimmons, ACC, as she shares the background, rationale, and key aspects of the Best Practices for the Federal Coaching document, which she completed in collaboration with other experienced federal coaches in the Federal Coaching Network. These guidelines provide answers to questions about coaching, coach credentialing, ethical dilemmas, what to include in program administration, and other topics.

*This webinar will take place on Friday, August 26th at 2:00pm ET; to register use the GoToWebinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5491659635734308097.

Presenter: Dr. Theodora Fitzsimmons, ACC

Dr. Theodora Fitzsimmons is a Leadership and Professional Development expert in the federal government with over 30 years’ experience in training and education in the public and private sector. She started her career in higher education administration and teaching. She transferred her skills to corporate training and moved up the ranks quickly to project management and leadership. After working as a government contractor for several years she jumped into United States federal service, where she has spearheaded a number of initiatives and led leadership and learning development teams. In her current role in Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence in the U.S. government, she has developed policies and standards on training and education that affect military and civilian employees in the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community.  She is also passionate about and provides support to emerging leaders in government through coaching because she believes in the next 5-8 years, these leaders will be confronted with unprecedented challenges that can’t even be imagined today.   She recently worked across the U.S. Federal government and the DoD Intelligence community to establish guidelines for internal coaching and internal coaching programs. She is often asked to share her thoughts and perspectives at conferences in the public and private venues.

Aug
29
Mon
2016
Advanced Coaching with the Enneagram 2.0 | Singapore @ Royal Plaza on Scotts Tickets
Aug 29 @ 8:00 am
Advanced Coaching with the Enneagram 2.0 | Singapore @ Royal Plaza on Scotts | Singapore | Singapore

Start date / time: August 29, 2016 8:00am
End date / time: September 1, 2016 6:00pm

Advanced Coaching 2.0 Singapore 2016

Meeting times: 8am-7pm each day / last day ends at 6pm

A 4-day ICF-approved certificate program open only to past participants of “Coaching with the Enneagram 1.0” or others with in-depth Enneagram-coaching knowledge and skills.

Based on the Coaching Circle, this program is designed to enable those who coach others to coach the whole person in context. The overarching use of the Coaching Circle is for coaches to continuously employ the four core modes of coaching behavior: Listening, Questioning, Feedback, and Challenging. These four areas are utilized throughout the program, focusing first on the client as a whole person with integrated systems of thought patterns, feeling responses, and behavioral habits.

The program also helps coaches focus on how to coach clients to increase emotional literacy, creating awareness, openness, and expansiveness in clients of the nine enneatypes in order to strengthen and enrich their development, as well as provides coaches the opportunity to learn how to work somatically with clients of each type and how to create dramatic release and change. Throughout the program, coaches engage in a variety of coaching practices with feedback from both clients and observers.

Upon completion of the program, participants receive a coaching certificate from The Enneagram in Business (41 ICF ACSTH).

Before the program, if you haven’t already participated in the first “Coaching with the Enneagram 1.0” (40.5 ICF ACSTH credits), it is being held at the same location in Singapore right before the Advanced 2.0 program. Coaching 1.0 dates are August 22-26.

Trainer: Ginger Lapid-Bogda

Local support: Alice Yuen – alice.yuen.82@gmail.com/+65 9368 4900
or Tze Meng Chin – tzemeng@mmgrowersg.com / +65 9632 3862

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 41

Advanced Tools – Integral Tools Tickets
Aug 29 @ 4:30 pm
Advanced Tools - Integral Tools

Start date / time: August 29, 2016 4:30pm
End date / time: October 10, 2016 5:30pm

Course Description
This course will provide advanced tools, skills, and sensitivities based on our Wisdom of the Whole coaching model, which will enable you to carefully co-create an interactive, embodied conversation that will invite and encourage growth and progress for your clients. Over 20 coaching tools that are embedded in our integral model will be presented. A beginning model for group coaching is also included in this course. Our unique perspective will allow you and your clients to look through multiple windows that facilitate deep exploration and facilitate clear and successful action.

Course Details
Advanced tools has required online coursework and optional, voice-to-voice teleclasses. Online videos and coursework are available upon registration. There 5 class topics for the optional teleclasses: Archaic Tools, Intuitive Tools, Mythical Tools, Mental Tools, and Integral Tools. Teleclasses repeat every 5 weeks; when a teleclass for each topic is repeated, the focus is the same but demonstrations and examples will be different and different tools within each topic may be covered. If you miss a particular teleclass topic, you can attend when it is offered again within the six-month timeframe. They do NOT have to be attended in order. There is no makeup work allowed. You have six months from the day you register to complete all coursework (online and teleclasses). 

Requirements for International Coach Federation (ICF) Continuing Education and Training Hours:
There is NO makeup work allowed.

Completion of Advanced Tools will qualify for 15 hours of Continuing Coach Education units for ICF ONLY if at least 5 hours of optional voice-to-voice teleclasses are attended (one of each of the individual topics offered.)
Completion of Advanced Tools can also qualify for 15 hours of Coach Specific Training for earning a coaching credential through ICF ONLY if all 60 hours of the Wisdom of the Whole Coach Training Program (30-Hour Core Competency Course, Advanced Tools, and Practicum) are completed AND 15 hours of optional teleclasses for Advanced Tools are attended. You need to attend each of the five teleclass topics 3 times each:

Archaic Tools x3
Intuitive Tools x3
Mythical Tools x3
Mental Tools x3
Integral Tools x3

This series of teleclasses will be repeated every 5 weeks, so if you miss Archaic Tools, for example, you can take Archaic Tools the next month.

Advanced Tools Registration:
Online coursework is available upon registration.
 Live teleclasses are held every Monday evening at 4:30pm-5:30pm PACIFIC.

Please visit our website for the detailed class schedule:
http://wisdomofthewhole.com/advancedtools/

Interested in our unique coach training program? Sign up for a FREE coaching session with Dr. Linda Bark!
Schedule here: http://wisdomofthewholecoachingacademy.schedulista.com/

We also offer FREE one-hour classes! Check our website for details:
http://wisdomofthewhole.com/free-class/

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 15

Aug
30
Tue
2016
Hogan Assessments Certification Workshop, ATLANTA GEORGIA @ Georgia Tech Global Learning Center Tickets
Aug 30 @ 8:00 am
Hogan Assessments Certification Workshop, ATLANTA GEORGIA @ Georgia Tech Global Learning Center | Atlanta | Georgia | United States

Start date / time: August 30, 2016 8:00am
Start date / time: August 31, 2016 3:00pm

Hogan Certification Workshop Overview

Facilitated by Hogan Assessments in English, the two-day Hogan Assessment Certification Workshop provides comprehensive training on how to implement and interpret Hogan’s three core assessments:

– The Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) evaluates personality characteristics that people need to get along and get ahead
– The Hogan Development Survey (HDS) identifies factors that impede career success
– The Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI) identifies individuals’ drivers and core values

Participants attending both days and successfully completing the workshop will be certified to use and interpret the Hogan inventories.

The workshop will be held at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center located at 84 Fifth St. N.W., Atlanta, GA 30308.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 7
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 6

Sep
1
Thu
2016
Can You Prove Your Coaching Works with ROI? @ Executive and Leadership Coaching Community of Practice Tickets
Sep 1 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Can You Prove Your Coaching Works with ROI? @ Executive and Leadership Coaching Community of Practice

Coaching works. Everyone here has successfully—and sometimes remarkably—transformed the attitudes and behaviors of clients. And we know that those transformations have had a positive impact on those clients’ businesses. But can we—and do we—demonstrate that impact to our clients? Prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt?

That’s the challenge of the next five years. To grow and to thrive, to win new business and grow existing business, as individuals and as an industry, we need to demonstrate, in black-and-white, on paper, exactly how valuable we are to our clients. How our work helps their bottom line. Learning to measure the return-on-investment (ROI) of our work, and demonstrating to clients exactly what they are getting for their money, is how we will thrive in the next five years.

In this Executive and Leadership Coaching Community of Practice webinar, Lisa Ann Edwards will talk in-depth about the ROI of coaching; how, when, and why to measure it. She will also show you the 8 critical steps to doing it correctly, including How to Begin: Having the money discussion with a client. Plus, attend this session and receive a free Business Needs Template to help you get started.

Key Learning Takeaways:

  • Learn why ROI will be the market differentiator in the next five years.
  • Know how to facilitate a coaching engagement for monetary impact and ROI.
  • Learn the 8 steps to calculate ROI.
  • Gather Conversation Starters
  • Hear real-life examples of monetary impact due to coaching.
  • Learn how to quickly convert a coaching contract to monetary impact.
  • Receive a Business Needs Template to help you pinpoint monetary impact

*This webinar will take place on Thursday, September 1st at 11:00am ET; to register, use the GoToWebinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6069329850912239107.

Presenter: Lisa Ann Edwards

Lisa Ann Edwards is a leading expert in the field of coaching and a specialist in the measurement of success and ROI of Coaching. She founded Bloom Coaching Institute, an organization devoted specifically to helping coaches, coaching program managers, and coaching organizations advance coaching effectiveness through tools, research, training, and consultation. In her own coaching work, Lisa has generated returns-on-investment as high as 251% for clients and lifted employee engagement by nearly 20%.

Lisa is a regular speaker, educator, and contributing author on coaching effectiveness and the ROI of Coaching for the International Coaching Federation (ICF), a 23,000-member global professional association for coaches. She built her expertise in talent development during more than 15 years in the printing, publishing, media, and technology industries, and while doing consulting work with Fortune 500 companies.

Lisa’s most recent research focuses on how people become catalysts of change in the workplace. She has presented her findings at global conferences and has been coaching individual leaders to effect positive change for more than 15 years.

As head of Talent Management for Corbis, Bill Gates’ privately owned global media company, Lisa designed and implemented effective talent development solutions, focusing on leadership development, talent engagement, talent retention, and feeding the talent pipeline.

Lisa is a frequent contributing author to leading trade publications and has authored, co-authored, or contributed to the following books: Creating an Internal Coaching Program (2014); Measuring the Success of Coaching: A Step-by-Step Guide to Measuring Impact and Calculating ROI (2012); Retail Coaching. La gestione operative della rete vendita secondo le logiche dello sport (2011); ASTD Handbook for Measuring and Evaluating Training (2010); Talent Management Handbook (2010); Creative On-boarding Programs (2010); Keep Looking Up (2010); Managing Talent Retention: An ROI Approach (2009) and ROI in Action Casebook (2008).

8 CCEUs – The Twilight Zone of Assessment Tools Tickets
Sep 1 @ 7:30 pm
8 CCEUs - The Twilight Zone of Assessment Tools

Start date / time: September 1, 2016 7:30pm
End date / time: September 22, 2016 9:00pm

Twilight flyer 2016

 

There’s a twilight zone of personal awareness when your client has a breakthrough that leads them to an individual transformation.  Many of these breakthroughs are discovered as the result of the use of assessment tools.

As coaches, we are often engaged to work with people based on the results of performance reviews, assessments or other tools used to measure results and modify personal behaviors in the professional workplace.  Individual results contribute to team dynamics so being able to see how one person’s results compare and interact with others can be key to your success as a coach.

Increase your personal knowledge of a variety of assessment tools available to you as a coach, what they are used for, how they compare to each other, how to obtain and administer them and who you can use as resources when you need a tool quickly.

This program looks into the history and use of a wide variety of personal, team and leadership assessment tools.  Beginning with individual personality assessment tools (ie DISC, Meyers Briggs, Predictive Index, Gallup Strength Finders), moves into team assessments and 360 reviews (ie Leadership Circle Profiles) and then leadership profile assessments (ie Center for Creative Leadership and Hogan).

Over 4 sessions we will be visited by several practitioners experienced in administering and interpreting these various assessments.  Participants will be able to sample some of the assessments themselves, receiving their personal results for discussion in the group.

Join The Elevar Group and your fellow credentialed coaches for a unique in depth comparison and discussion of this ever evolving subject.  You’re only as good as the company you keep!

$600 for 8 CCEUs. Register at www.elevargroup.com/courses

Or

Register at https://attendee.gototraining.com/33lj6/catalog/1617511709990860544

This is a 4 week 120 minute group webinar course that is also available on demand.

Sep
2
Fri
2016
6 CCEUs – Cross-Cultural Intelligence for Coaches: Raise Your CQ Tickets
Sep 2 @ 12:00 pm
6 CCEUs - Cross-Cultural Intelligence for Coaches: Raise Your CQ

Start date / time: September 2, 2016 12:00pm
End date / time: September 23, 2016 1:30pm

CQ flyer 2016

 

Coaching in today’s globally interconnected world requires more than a high IQ or EQ (Emotional Intelligence). It also requires a high CQ: Cultural Intelligence Quotient.  Whether it’s in relating to your clients personally or raising their awareness and sensitivity to cultural issues, your understanding of cross-cultural communication is fundamental to coaching success.  Increase your competence in this core area of knowledge with this advanced continuing coach education course from The Elevar Group.

Cross-cultural communication is now a required course in many bachelors and masters programs internationally. Coaching schools are bound to follow.  This course puts resource materials from the textbook In Mixed Company – Communication in Small Groups and Teams by J. Dan Rothwell (used with permission from Cengage Learning), and other trusted sources, into a practical coaching context.  Class discussions, exercises, and homework focus on learning to use key skills with flexibility and proper knowledge of appropriateness for a given context.  Recognizing unique perspectives brought about by diverse cultures and how that shapes individual perceptions and influences social norms is essential in mastering the ICF core competencies of:

• establishing trust and intimacy
• co-creating the relationship
• direct communication
• creating awareness
• designing action
• planning and goal setting
• managing progress and accountability

Join The Elevar Group and your fellow credentialed coaches for a unique in depth discussion of this ever evolving subject.  You’re only as good as the company you keep!

$450 for 6 CCEUs.  Register at www.elevargroup.com/courses

Or

Register at https://attendee.gototraining.com/33lj6/catalog/4206958350426342912

This is a 4 week 90 minute group webinar course that is also available on demand.

Sep
3
Sat
2016
Thrive – 2016 ICF New Zealand Conference Tickets
Sep 3 @ 9:30 am – Sep 4 @ 12:30 pm
Thrive - 2016 ICF New Zealand Conference @ Auckland | Auckland | New Zealand

“You’re invited to attend the 2016 International Coach Federation New Zealand Conference: Thrive! ICF Vision Statement: Coaching is an integral part of a thriving society and every ICF Member represents the highest quality of professional coaching. Join other coaches and HR professionals in exploring the role of coaches and coaching in creating a thriving society at this interactive, two-day event. Sessions will run in three streams: – Thriving personally – Thriving as a coach – Thriving in business (Please see conference brochure for details on individual sessions.) Event features: – Engaging speakers and workshop facilitators from throughout New Zealand and Australia – Opportunities to learn and grow both your personal and professional skills – Insights on how to thrive personally, as a coach and in business – Chances to network and connect with other like-minded coaches and HR professionals – Exciting exhibitors and sponsors”

 

Sep
5
Mon
2016
Coaching with the Enneagram 1.0 | Sydney, Australia @ Anderledy Lodge Tickets
Sep 5 @ 8:00 am
Coaching with the Enneagram 1.0 | Sydney, Australia @ Anderledy Lodge | North Sydney | New South Wales | Australia

Start date / time: September 5, 2016 8:00am
End date / time: September 9, 2016 3:30pm

A 5-day, ICF-approved certificate program for coaches, managers, HR professionals, trainers, and consultants who want to fully integrate the Enneagram when they develop others, which includes the following: coaching models; Enneagram typing and insights; Centers of Intelligence (Head, Heart, and Body); coaching techniques adapted to each Enneagram style; real time coaching practice with feedback; Gestalt and NLP techniques; and Centering practices for coaches and clients.

You’ll build both your Enneagram and coaching knowledge and skills, experience the Enneagram as it comes alive in coaching, engage in your own self-development, and receive a coaching certificate from The Enneagram in Business (40.5 ICF ACSTH).

Location: Anderledy Lodge, 80 William Street, North Sydney NSW 2059, Australia

Trainer: Ginger Lapid-Bogda

Local support: Tracy Tresidder – tracy@tracytresidder.com/+61 415 980 476

40.5

The Art of Engaged Mindfulness ~ 12 CCEUs & CEUs Tickets
Sep 5 @ 11:00 am
The Art of Engaged Mindfulness ~ 12 CCEUs & CEUs

Start date / time: September 5, 2016 11:00am
End date / time: November 21, 2016 12:00pm

The Art of Engaged Mindfulness is designed to help student and credentialed coaches, psychotherapists and other professionals create and utilize mindfulness in their personal and professional lives. In addition to the weekly topics covered in the syllabus below, in each class Ann-Marie will provide meditation coaching instruction as she shares traditional and hybrid meditation, mindfulness and loving-kindness methods.

The following are just a few categories that will be covered:
• How to customize and cultivate your own Meditation Coaching Toolbox.
• Techniques to awaken and stabilize your deepest wisdom in the midst of our ever-changing world.
• How to work with burnout, compassion fatigue and appropriate self-care.
• How to transfer these techniques to clients while utilizing engaged mindfulness during the coaching session.

This course is part of the Mindfulness Coaching School to be a credentialed coach. It is ICF approved for CCE’s and is part of the ICF ACSTH program. Ann-Marie is a CEU Provider through the state of New Mexico.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 12

Sep
6
Tue
2016
SCOAP Coach – Integrated Neuroscience of Humanistic Coaching Tickets
Sep 6 @ 9:00 am
SCOAP Coach - Integrated Neuroscience of Humanistic Coaching

Start date / time: September 6, 2016 9:00am
End date / time: September 7, 2016 5:00pm

SCOAP-Coach Brochure 2016

London Workshop
Drawing on the SCOAP Theory of human behaviour which is grounded in neuroscience and psychology, the SCOAP Coach Theory draws on human core needs, emotions, brain wiring and motivation to give a consolidated and integrated model for effective coaching.
The foundation workshops lays the groundwork before the deep dive in the Certification and Advanced workshops. It gives a complete overview of the science and methodology with no stops taken out. You will also have a personal SCOAP analysis.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 6
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 6

Certificate in Mentor Coaching for Credentialing Training @ Copthorne Hotel - London Gatwick Tickets
Sep 6 @ 4:00 am
Certificate in Mentor Coaching for Credentialing Training @ Copthorne Hotel - London Gatwick

Start date / time: September 6, 2016 4:00am
End date / time: September 7, 2016 12:30pm

Module one  ‘In person’ is 6/7 Sept 2016 in the UK
Module Two ‘In person’ is 22/23 Feb 2017 in the UK

This programme equips an experienced ICF Credentialed Coach to provide a professional service for Mentoring coaches to obtain their ACC or PCC credential.
Participants must have at least 400 hours of professional coaching experience.

The programme is a blend of in-person and virtual attendance and covers:

1) An in-depth understanding of the ICF Core Competencies to PCC level
2) How the PCC Markers are used for assessment purposes
3) How to provide effective feedback as a Mentor Coach

You will engage in mentor coaching with other participants and engage with a coach, external to the course and provide 10 hours of mentor coaching.

Not only will you learn to become a professional mentor coach you will significantly deepen you own coaching capabilities and competency.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 21
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 15

Team Coaching Course Tickets
Sep 6 @ 9:00 am
Team Coaching Course

Event Start Date: Tuesday, September 06, 2016 9:00 AM
Event End Date: Thursday, September 08, 2016 5:00 PM

 
This is a three day programme running from 6th – 8th September 2016.
 
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
 
This course is suitable for coaches who have already undertaken the Barefoot Postgraduate Certificate in Business and Personal Coaching or for experienced coaches who have undertaken their coach training elsewhere.
 
It is ideal for any manager, trainer or coach, internal or external, who has responsibility for teams and who wants to bring a genuine coaching approach to enhancing how teams work.
 
The course provides real challenge and development opportunity for experienced coaches – it can be a lot of fun but is not for the faint-hearted!
 
WHAT WILL THIS COURSE GIVE YOU?
 
This course will enable you to offer team coaching interventions, which can be cost-effective for organisations. The course combines high level learning about group dynamics and team interventions with plenty of practical experience of team coaching, all delivered in a short timeframe.
 
COURSE OVERVIEW
 
The Team Coaching course introduces and draws on group dynamics theories, organisational development practices and group therapy models as well as traditional coaching approaches.
 
All delegates will be required to run small team coaching exercises, practising delivering and receiving team coaching. Constructive and robust feedback will be provided throughout.
 
The course is newly developed and innovative and offers something quite different from traditional training solutions such as team building or team facilitation.
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 10.75
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 8

The Heart of Team Coaching: Making the shift from helping to being curious, from one to several @ Team and Work Group Coaching Community of Practice Tickets
Sep 6 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Heart of Team Coaching: Making the shift from helping to being curious, from one to several @ Team and Work Group Coaching Community of Practice

Event Description: The Heart of Team Coaching: Making the shift from helping to being curious, from one to several

A team is more than an aggregation of individuals, it is a unique human organism. Regardless of the task or context, it is about relationships, authenticity, and surrendering. Goals, timelines, measures and results are mere accessories—useful, but not the point. In this Team and Work Group Coaching Community of Practice webinar, Peter Block makes the distinction between individual, team, and system work. Furthermore, he shares how to create awareness so that a sense of belonging can quickly be produced; in particular, he notes how asking questions which people do not know how to defend against can break down these barriers. Also, he claims it calls for coaches to be less helpful, but more curious because answers tend to keep people apart and questions can bring them together. Lastly, he highlights what the role of the team coach should be in this complex and sensitive field of activities. Participants of this presentation will gain a deep insight into the essence (heart) of relatedness, belonging, and collect awareness which are the key elements for making teams authetic and most successful.

*This webinar will take place on Tuesday, September 6th at 11:00am ET; to register, use the GoToWebinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7532700662026782211.

**This program qualifies for 1.0 CCEU in Core Competency.

Presenter: Peter Block

Peter Block is an author, consultant and citizen of Cincinnati, Ohio. He has written several best-selling books, including: Flawless Consulting, Stewardship, The Answer to How Is Yes, Community: The Structure of Belonging, The Abundant Community (with John McKnight) and most recently, co-authored with Walter Brueggemann, An Other Kingdom: Departing the Consumer CultureHe is a partner in Designed Learning, a training company that offers workshops designed to build the skills outlined in his books. His partner, Tony Petrella, and him have been a part of working with teams vs. individuals since the early days.

Peter is part of the Economics of Compassion Initiative of Greater Cincinnati and is a member of his local neighborhood council.  He serves on several boards, one of which is LivePerson, a provider of online engagement solutions. His work is in the restoration of common good and creating a world that reclaims our humanity from the onslaught of modernism and its love of convenience and speed. Peter, along with a group of volunteers, began A Small Group, which works to create a new community narrative and to bring his work on civic engagement into being.

To learn more about Peter, visit: http://www.peterblock.com/.

The Dynamic Trio: EMDR, Positive Psychology & Coaching-12 CCEUs Tickets
Sep 6 @ 3:00 pm
The Dynamic Trio: EMDR, Positive Psychology & Coaching-12 CCEUs

Start date / time: September 6, 2016 3:00pm
End date / time: October 25, 2016 4:30pm

The Dynamic Trio: EMDR, Positive Psychology, and Coaching tele-course is exclusively for student coaches, professional coaches, and clinicians to explore using EMDR to advance the goals of Coaching and Positive Psychology. This course will ask participants to apply the material to themselves and, if they wish, to their clients. As you are personally rejuvenated, you will learn how EMDR organically brings together Positive Psychology and Coaching. This potent formula can help clear blocks to personal growth while moving into places of infinite possibilities.
This tele-course will familiarize participants with Positive Psychology and the goals of Coaching, and will examine 14 Positive Psychology and/or Coaching processes. Participants will learn through demonstrations, case studies, discourses, and Q & A discussions how to best utilize these hands-on processes for themselves and, if desired, their clients.

The Dynamic Trio is based on the two chapters I wrote in EMDR Solutions II edited by Robin Shapiro and published by WW Norton. The chapters are titled, “EMDR and Positive Psychology” and “EMDR and Coaching.”

The Dynamic Trio was officially introduced at the EMDR Europe Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland June, 2014 resulting in a standing ovation! At the conference “The Three Treasures Practice and Research Study” was also introduced unveiling for the first time the efficacy of EMDR, Positive Psychology and Loving Kindness Meditation.

This course is part of the Mindfulness Coaching Program to be a credentialed coach. It is ICF approved for CCE’s and is part of the ICF ACSTH program. Ann-Marie is a CEU Provider through the state of New Mexico.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 12

Sep
7
Wed
2016
EQ-i 2.0 & EQ360 Certification Program Tickets
Sep 7 @ 8:00 am
EQ-i 2.0 & EQ360 Certification Program

Start date / time: September 7, 2016 8:00am
End date / time: September 8, 2016 4:30pm

****EQ-i 2.0 & EQ360 Certification****

EQ-i & EQ360 Certification Overview 2016

We want to make you the authority in emotional intelligence. If you are not already certified in the EQ-i, now is your chance to become part of the EQ-i 2.0 experience.

Why get certified in the EQ? Give yourself the competitive advantage:

*Access – to the EQ-i 2.0, a Level B instrument that is well respected in the market and a leading-edge assessment to add to your toolkit.

*Grow – your business or internal consulting practice by using the EQ-i 2.0 as a catalyst for building your client development action plan.

*Diversify – your practice by using the EQ-i 2.0 in a variety of ways: leadership development, selection, executive coaching and much, much more.

*Develop – your coaching skills and gain ICF Continuing Education Credits at the same time. Our courses are approved for 9.75 Core Competency hours and 3.75 Resource Development hours of Continuing Coach Education credits.

What are the objectives for the certification process? Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

*Define emotional intelligence and its importance
*Describe the components of the EQ-i 2.0 and the EQ360, including defining composite scales and subscales
*Understand the science behind the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ360
*Describe best practices around administering and providing feedback on the EQ360, and 360 tools in general
*Interpret an EQ-i 2.0 and EQ360 assessment
*Follow a structured approach to preparing for a feedback session
*Demonstrate the ability to conduct an effective assessment debrief session
*Explain the benefits of EI to your client groups
*Describe how EI applies to different disciplines
*Identify the ethics pertaining to the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ360
*Identify resources available post-certification
*Assess which report type is appropriate for their client

What does certification include?

*Access to resources on the EQ-i 2.0 and emotional intelligence in general.
*Access to an online portal where you can connect with current EQ-i 2.0 certified *practitioners like you!
*Two free reports to use after you get certified and a online account where you *administer and score the assessments.
*You own personal EQ-i assessment and feedback from an experienced coach.
*A certificate authorizing you as eligible to purchase & administer the EQ-i 2.0.

How does the certification process work?

We use the very latest learning technologies so that you can learn from the comfort of your own home or office as part of a small group (Maximum 8 participants).

There is no travel required! The certification process includes:

*Self-paced eLearning pre-work.
*A personal one-on-one EQ-i debrief of your own results by telephone.
*A virtual classroom where you access elearning pre-work as well as the online exam.
*Two days of highly interactive and engaging online instruction using 2-way webcams (you see the instructor and all other participants during the whole course).
*Email support with a certified Master Trainer for the entire duration of the certification process, and for 60 days following the course.
*One free EQ-i Workplace Report, and one EQ360 Workplace report for your own use after the course ($280 value).
*A copy of the EQ-Edge by Steven Stein – a great resource for exploring your own EQ.

The times and dates for the online web conference sessions are as follows:

September 7th, 2016 8:00 AM PST – 16:30 PM PST
September 8th, 2016 8:00 AM PST – 16:30 PM PST

If you have any other questions, please drop us a line or give us a call at 1-866-225-9193.

Why Certify Through Us?

Your facilitator for this certification course is Drew Bird, an experienced leadership development practitioner and organization development consultant who has worked with some of the largest organizations in Canada. From delivering individual assessments to integrating emotional intelligence into organization wide talent management initiatives, Drew’s unique experience as a senior OD & LD Leader can help you to bring the EQ-i and EQ360 tools into your consulting practice or your organization for maximum effect. Drew’s practical experience is supported by an MSc in Organizational Psychology and an MA in Leadership. He is certified to provide the EQ-i 2.0/EQ-360 Certification Course by Multi-Health Systems Inc, the exclusive Canadian distributor for the tools.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 9.75
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 3.75

Sep
8
Thu
2016
Competencies of Outstanding Executive Coaches: An experiential and experimental approach @ Coaching Science Community of Practice Tickets
Sep 8 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Competencies of Outstanding Executive Coaches: An experiential and experimental approach @ Coaching Science Community of Practice

Join the Coaching Science Community of Practice for a facilitated discussion on the July webinar ‘Competencies of Outstanding Executive Coaches’ where CP Leader, Kent Blumberg, PCC, presented his recent doctoral research about the competencies displayed by outstanding executive coaches. We will reflect on the research and share how our own practices compare to it. If you missed the July webinar, you can access the recording at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2217410764379691522.

Additionally, please reflect on the questions listed in the CSCP September newsletter so we can thoroughly share with each other how we actually coach. Using polling questions, we will then analyze how our practices compare with those suggested in the research literature. If you do not currently receive our newsletter, email Kent at kent@kentblumberg.com with the subject line: “put me on the CSCP mailing list please”, to be added.

*This facilitated discussion will take place on Thursday, September 8th at 3:00pm Et; to register use the GoToWebinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8800006560895934211.

**This program qualifies for 1.0 CCEU in Resource Development,

Presenter: Dr. Kent Blumberg, PCC

Kent M. Blumberg received his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University in 1978. He spent 28 years in the forest products manufacturing industry, in roles from energy engineer to CEO. He earned his master’s degree in Management at Marylhurst University in 1987. In 2007, he received training and certification as a leadership coach, and ran a full-time coaching business for the next six years. A research conference in 2011 sparked his interest in the science of coaching, and he began work on his PhD in early 2012. In 2013, Blumberg joined University of Phoenix as a campus Director of Academic Affairs. He received his Ph.D. on August 5, 2016, at the summer commencement ceremonies for LSU.

Sep
10
Sat
2016
Earn 1 CCEU-Facilitating Learning and Results Community of Practice Tickets
Sep 10 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Earn 1 CCEU-Facilitating Learning and Results Community of Practice

Background
Meeting since October 2013, our group attracts coaches, trainers, leaders, facilitators, and parents who are interested in establishing a safe and effective learning environment. While we are open to, and discuss, a variety of competencies and methods, we began by discussing the non-profit, Foundation for Inspired Learning Model™, which was created by Peter J. Reding, MCC.

Facilitator POC:
Anne Kelly, PCC, ANewLeafCoaching@earthlink.net, (301) 693-9580
Please contact Anne Kelly to RSVP and to obtain webinar log in and phone-in information.

Mission of Facilitating Learning and Results COP
WHAT WE DO: We seek to bring an affirmative learning environment to an ever-expanding audience. We model and study a safe and celebratory environment of discovery. We honor each participant’s innate knowing and life experience. We have found that this “affirmative focus” works for youth and adults; at work, school and home; for teams, parents, and in our communities.

Objectives
• Bring an affirmative, trusting, and safe environment to an ever expanding audience of coaches and trainers.
• Model a safe and celebratory environment during each meeting.
• Serve as inspiration and a resource for coaches and trainers who seek to establish for their clients an atmosphere where all are safe, where learning is accelerated, and ongoing mastery is celebrated.
• Serve as a resource to the ICF and ICF Chapters for on-going professional discussions.
Share a variety of competency based methods to accelerate client/learner gains by replacing criticism with positive acknowledgment.

Structure
We meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month, via webinar, and are open to interested participants regardless of geographic location. Webinars are recorded and archived under “Free Resources” on www.InspiredLearning.org. Members who cannot attend live may listen at their convenience.

Value Added Benefits to ICF Chapter and ICF Members
While we chose the name “Facilitating Learning and Results COP”, after the 4th cluster of ICF Competencies, we incorporate elements of almost every ICF Competency into each of our monthly discussions. Our topics relate directly to, and advocate for, a client-centered environment that:
(#) = ICF Competency #
o Creates a safe, supportive environment that produces ongoing mutual respect and trust. (3)
o Demonstrates respect for clients’ perceptions, learning styles and personal being. (3)
o Is open to not knowing and takes risks. (4)
o Encourages, accepts, explores and reinforces the client’s expression of feelings, perceptions, concerns, beliefs, suggestions, etc. (5)
o Integrates and builds on client’s ideas and suggestions. (5)
o Asks questions that reveal the information needed for maximum benefit. (6)
o Asks open-ended questions that create greater clarity, possibility or new learning. (6)
o Uses language appropriate and respectful to the client (e.g.,  onsexist, non-technical, non-jargon). (7)
o Helps clients to discover for themselves the new thoughts, beliefs, perceptions, emotions, moods, etc. that strengthen their ability to take action and achieve what is important to them. (8)
o Creates with the client opportunities for ongoing learning, during coaching (and learning) and in work/life situations. (9)
o Brainstorms and assists the client to define actions that will enable the client to demonstrate, practice and deepen new learning. (9)
o Promotes active experimentation and self-discovery, where the client applies what has been discussed and learned during sessions immediately afterwards in his/her work or life setting. (9)
o Encourages stretches and challenges but also a comfortable pace of learning. (9)
o Helps the client identify and access different resources for learning (e.g., books, other professionals). (10)
o Identifies and targets early successes that are important to the client. (10)
o Acknowledges the client for what they have done, not done, learned or become aware of since the previous coaching (or learning) session(s). (11)
o Develops the client’s ability to make decisions, address key concerns, and develop himself/herself (to get feedback, to determine priorities and set the pace of learning, to reflect on and learn from experiences). (11)
(#) = ICF Competency #

Questions?

Anne Kelly, PCC, ANewLeafCoaching@earthlink.net, (301) 693-9580
Please contact Anne Kelly to RSVP and to obtain webinar log in and phone-in information.

Facilitating Learning and Results Community of Practice Tickets
Sep 10 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Facilitating Learning and Results Community of Practice

Earn 1 CCEU-Facilitating Learning and Results Community of Practice

2nd Saturday of each month

10:30 – 11:30 am ET

Dates: 2nd Saturday of each month (July 9, August 13, September 10, October 8, November 12, December 10, 2016, etc.)

Format: Webinar (encouraged) or phone (optional)

Earn 1 CCEU (.75 Core Competency and .25 Resource Development)

 

We are a group of coaches, facilitators and trainers (many of us are all) who meet via webinar to discuss the importance of facilitating a learning environment that supports the innate wisdom of the client/learner. Discussions are interactive and designed to create awareness around your mastery as a coach.

 

Specific ICF competencies/skills are part of each monthly discussion. Contact facilitator if you would like to know the specific competency related topic for this webinar.

 

This Community of Practice seeks to bring an affirmative learning environment to an ever-expanding audience. We model and study a safe and celebratory environment of discovery. We honor each participant’s innate knowing and life experience. We have found that an affirmative focus works for the coach/client relationship, for youth and adults; at work, school and home; for teams, parents, and in our communities.

 

To Join the Webinar:

 

To join via Webinar click here: Join WebEx meeting or visit http://icfmetrodc.org/meetinginfo.php?id=151&ts=1437085951 for link.

Meeting number: 734 410 179

Meeting password: Inspired

 

Webinar is best, but If you wish to participate via telephone:

Dial: (415) 655-0002   Access code: 734 410 179

 

Important Tips:

—Please RSVP to COP host, Anne Kelly, PCC, if you plan to attend. We have a maximum number of participants allowed and your RSVP is important!  ANewLeafCoaching@earthlink.net or call (301) 693-9580.

—Join the webinar at least 10 minutes early to allow for software downloads, etc.

—Participants are eligible to earn 1 CCEU for each webinar. (.75 Core Competency and .25 Resource Development)

—Questions? Just let Facilitator Anne Kelly know!

—Note: All webinars are recorded and posted on the non-profit Foundation for Inspired Learning website on their “Resource” page (www.InspiredLearning.org).

 

To learn more about our group and what we do:

  • Read about our Community of Practice at

http://icfmetrodc.org/meetinginfo.php?id=151&ts=1437085951

  • Attend one of our monthly webinars
  • Listen to and view recordings of past webinars on the “Resources” page of www.InspiredLearning.org
  • Feel free to contact ANewLeafCoaching@earthlink.net with any questions

 

Sample topics from our last several webinars included:

  • “Uses metaphor and analogy to help to illustrate a point or paint a verbal picture.”

 

  • “Attends to the client and the client’s agenda, and not to the coach’s agenda for the client.”

 

  • “Ability to create a safe, supportive environment that produces ongoing mutual respect and trust.”

 

  • “Identifies and targets early successes that are important to the client.”

 

  • “Demonstrates respect for client’s perceptions, learning style, personal being.”

 

  • “Acknowledges the client for what they have done, not done, learned or become aware of since the previous coaching session(s).”

 

Problems joining the webinar? Contact support. or visit

https://coachforlife.webex.com/mw3100/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=coachforlife&service=1

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that this WebEx service allows audio and other information sent during the session to be recorded, which may be discoverable in a legal matter. By joining this session, you automatically consent to such recordings. If you do not consent to being recorded, discuss your concerns with the host or do not join the session.

Sep
12
Mon
2016
How To Be Direct Without Being Directive: A Cornerstone Coaching Core Competency @ Nonprofit and NGO Coaching Community of Practice Tickets
Sep 12 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
How To Be Direct Without Being Directive:  A Cornerstone Coaching Core Competency @ Nonprofit and NGO Coaching Community of Practice

Event description: How To Be Direct Without Being Directive:  A Cornerstone Coaching Core Competency

The ability to communicate effectively during coaching sessions and to use language that has the greatest positive impact on the client is the 7th ICF coaching core competency.  In this interactive dialogue we will define the competency and review its 5 indicators, and also discover together the distinctions in being direct versus being directive.  Through brief scenario role plays volunteers will demonstrate this competency and the community will expand its learning with collective debriefs.  Participants of this presentation will:

  • Explore the meaning of the Direct Communication core competency for coaching practice.
  • Identify different dimensions of the Direct Communication core competency at the ACC, PCC and MCC credentialing levels.
  • Discover the distinction between being direct and being directive.

*This webinar will take place on Monday, September 12th at 11:00am ET; to register, use the GoToWebinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5651248250642089220.

**This program qualifies for 1.0 CCEU in Core Competency.

Event Presenter: Marilyn O’Hearne, MCC

Marilyn O’Hearne, MA, MCC, and Thomas Leonard Achievement Award recipient, is a globally experienced (since ’98) Culturally Intelligent Leadership, Team, and Mentor Coach, including for United Nations leaders. Marilyn provides a trustworthy, secure launching pad for rocketing from overwhelm to transformation. Her training and experience includes US, UK and Bali based coaching programs, two years Systems training, living in Spain and Brazil and teaching, training, speaking and coaching extensively in Asia Pacific.  Her passion for intercultural competency in coaching led her to: Developing Culturally Intelligent Coaching Programs, both a Direct Communications Course and a Culturally Confident Credentialing Mentor Coaching Program. She has served on ICF Global Board of Directors, Association of Coach Training Organization’s Board, ICF Advance Cultural Competency Advisory Team and co-authoring “The Intersection of Culture and Ethics” for Law and Ethics in Coaching. “It is impossible to not work interculturally!” Marilyn says, even locally. “Marilyn is a gentle, spiritual soul, and yet powerful and provocative at the same time.” (Coach trainee)

Co-presenter: Denice Hinden, PhD, PCC

Denice Hinden is on a mission to ignite passion and a sense of opportunity and well-being into Nonprofit workplaces through conscious energetic leadership.   As founder and President of Managance Consulting & Coaching since 2000, she has invigorated the management and performance of more than 100 Nonprofit organizations and their leaders with transforming strategic planning, and energizing coaching with all levels of leaders and teams.  Denice is co-author of a ground breaking book, The Nonprofit Organizational Culture Guide: Revealing the Hidden Truths that Impact Performance (Jossey-Bass, 2011) and creator of the Managance ABOVE Leveling Up Leadership Initiative – a content rich, web accessible product targeting nonprofit organization senior leaders.  She holds an M.S. in Human Services and a PhD in Public Administration.  She is a Professional Certified Coach.  Denice loves to make bead embroidered jewelry.  She and her husband, Larry, love marvel comics, motorcycle riding, 2 lovely daughters, and 3 dogs and 1 cat.  As of August 20, 2016 Denice is based in So. CA and will continue coaching and consulting nationally.

Coaching Master Class Tickets
Sep 12 @ 11:30 am
Coaching Master Class

Event Start Date: Monday, September 12, 2016 11:30 AM
Event End Date: Monday, April 03, 2017 11:30 AM

 
Fall 2016 Dates – Classes will be Mondays at 11:30am – 1:00pm ET
 
September 12
October 10
November 7
December 5
January 9
February 6
March 6
April 3

 
The Coaching Master Class is a small group learning lab that includes instruction, practice, study and reflection. This safe and challenging learning space will allow students to go deeper into the skills, practices and discipline of being a Professional Certified Coach.
 
With class size limited to 5 students, you’ll have an intimate group to explore, learn, and grow your knowledge and application of the ICF coaching competencies.
 
You will learn about the ICF Coaching Competencies and how other coaches approach their coaching. You will find practical and impactful ways to improve your coaching. You will be more confident in your coaching skills. And, you’ll feel good about contributing to other coaches in their learning journey.
 
Learning Objectives:
 
For each of the ICF Coaching Competencies, you will
> increase your understanding of the expectations of coaching at the PCC level
> improve your use of PCC level coaching with your clients
 
Target Audience:
 
This course is designed for coaches who have completed a coach training program. Coaches who are interested in improving their coaching using the skills they already have, or improving their ability to mentor other coaches by deepening their understanding of the ICF Coaching Competency model will benefit from this program.
 
In this course includes
Live Lecture/Discussion Sessions (Tele-class)
Field work with clients
Study and Reflection exercises
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 18
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 0.5

The Mentor Coaching Group (September commencing) Tickets
Sep 12 @ 12:00 pm
The Mentor Coaching Group (September commencing)

Start date / time: September 12, 2016 12:00pm
End date / time: December 5, 2016 1:30pm

 
Group dates: Sept 12, 26, Oct 10, 24, Nov 7, 21, Dec 5, 2016 from 12:00pm-1.30pm Eastern/NY time. Plus 3 x 1 hour individual mentoring sessions scheduled from Nov-Jan or sooner if required. Open to ACC, PCC and MCC skill levels. REGISTRATION CLOSES SEPTEMBER 2 UNLESS SOLD OUT PRIOR.
 
Do you need 10 hours of mentor coaching for your first credential, to renew your ACC credential, or to prepare for your next higher credential? Our mentor coaching group program has 23.5 hours of core competency CCE’s that you can use toward mentor coaching hours (10 hours) and/or toward renewing your credential.
 
This is a combination of group and individual mentoring designed for optimal learning in a small group environment (only 5-7 participants). You have access to an EXCLUSIVE library of 25+ coaching sessions of MCC, PCC and ACC coaching. You will coach a non-coach client in the group environment which provides great learning opportunities. You receive written competency feedback each time you coach.
 
Held via teleconference call located in United States. International callers have option of dialing in via the internet for fee and maybe for free.
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 23.5

Coaching for Performance: An Evolution in Organizational Excellence @ Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Tickets
Sep 12 @ 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Coaching for Performance: An Evolution in Organizational Excellence @ Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory | Laurel | Maryland | United States

In 2015 ICF MD launched a dialogue focused on coaching in organizations. The inaugural event was a half-day event held in August 2015 and looked at the ways in which organizations are creating coaching cultures. The event attracted several hundred participants in the coaching and human resource industries who attended in-person and via live streaming. Featured speakers were from NASA, Rogers Communications (Canada), and LifeBridge Health.

It has been proposed that the dialogue continues by hosting a second annual conference in September 2016 that focuses more specifically on organizations that are revamping traditional performance management systems and adding coaching for performance. In a landmark research project by Deloitte (2014), they discovered that 70% of the 2532 business and HR leaders surveyed responded that they are “currently evaluating” or have recently “reviewed and updated” their performance management system. This change has far reaching implications and benefits.

This conference will concentrate on how coaching can be instrumental in changing the landscape of performance planning and improvement. Coaching is all about critical thinking, planning, accountability and actions that can be taken to move a person from where they are to where they want to be and taking them further than they would have gone alone. Coaching is proven to stimulate new thinking, new behaviors, heightened motivation, focus, and drive.

A global study found that the average manager spends more than 200 hours a year on activities related to performance review–things like sitting in training sessions, filling out forms and delivering evaluations to employees. What if organizations were to inspire managers to allocate a portion of those hours to learning how to coach, and to use those skills during regular meetings with direct reports (e.g. bi-weekly, monthly, weekly…) instead of meeting once or twice a year to complete forced ranking evaluations that have proven to be less than inspiring? It is a game changer.

Coaching for Performance: An Evolution in Organizational Excellence @ Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Tickets
Sep 12 @ 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Coaching for Performance: An Evolution in Organizational Excellence @ Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory | Laurel | Maryland | United States

In 2015 ICF MD launched a dialogue focused on coaching in organizations. The inaugural event was a half-day event held in August 2015 and looked at the ways in which organizations are creating coaching cultures. The event attracted several hundred participants in the coaching and human resource industries who attended in-person and via live streaming. Featured speakers were from NASA, Rogers Communications (Canada), and LifeBridge Health.

It has been proposed that the dialogue continues by hosting a second annual conference in September 2016 that focuses more specifically on organizations that are revamping traditional performance management systems and adding coaching for performance. In a landmark research project by Deloitte (2014), they discovered that 70% of the 2532 business and HR leaders surveyed responded that they are “currently evaluating” or have recently “reviewed and updated” their performance management system. This change has far reaching implications and benefits.

This conference will concentrate on how coaching can be instrumental in changing the landscape of performance planning and improvement. Coaching is all about critical thinking, planning, accountability and actions that can be taken to move a person from where they are to where they want to be and taking them further than they would have gone alone. Coaching is proven to stimulate new thinking, new behaviors, heightened motivation, focus, and drive.

A global study found that the average manager spends more than 200 hours a year on activities related to performance review–things like sitting in training sessions, filling out forms and delivering evaluations to employees. What if organizations were to inspire managers to allocate a portion of those hours to learning how to coach, and to use those skills during regular meetings with direct reports (e.g. bi-weekly, monthly, weekly…) instead of meeting once or twice a year to complete forced ranking evaluations that have proven to be less than inspiring? It is a game changer.Flyer ICF-MD Livestreaming.pdf