Apr
27
Thu
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ICF Los Angeles – 5 Steps to Building a Cash-Flowing Coaching Business Tickets
Apr 27 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
ICF Los Angeles - 5 Steps to Building a Cash-Flowing Coaching Business

Speaker: Karen Capello, MCC, BCC

So many coaches are really good at coaching, and when it comes to building a consistent cash-flowing business, it can be a struggle for them. In this teleclass, learn a set of proven simple steps to leverage all your experiences to build your coaching business the right way, learn to generate the success you deserve, learn how to get to the tipping point to make your work pay off, and much more!

Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 1

ADAPT Career Coaching Tickets
Apr 27 @ 5:00 pm
ADAPT Career Coaching @ Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Event Start Date: Thursday, April 27, 2017 5:00 PM
Event End Date: Saturday, July 22, 2017 5:00 PM
 
This course is for coaches who want to learn how to work with clients to develop their career management capacity for the 21st century landscape. This course will help clients in all phases of career management: clients seeking to better align their current job, exploring major career transitions, and developing long-term career management that includes adaptability and holistic integration of all domains of their life. This course does not require any prior career counseling, career coaching, or career specific knowledge. Opportunities to serve as career coaches at Duquesne University and the University of Pittsburgh will be available to select graduates of this elective.
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 14.33
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 3.67
 
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Apr
28
Fri
2017
ICF Australasia – Coaching In Context: How individuals and systems evolve together Tickets
Apr 28 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
ICF Australasia - Coaching In Context:  How individuals and systems evolve together

Speaker: Alison Cameron

Event Information

Join us for an illuminating hour of learning with Alison Cameron as she speaks on the topic Coaching in Context: How individuals and systems evolve together.
About the session:

Your coaching clients operate in a context, interrelating with a variety of systems (organisations, community, family).

When an individual’s development is out of step with the systems they engage in this can produce overwhelm, frustration and a lack of understanding. With deeper understanding and ability to work with context, your coaching can have greater impact, not only on the individuals you coach but on the systems they are connected to.
In this webinar, Alison will support you to deepen you understanding of how you can support leaders/your clients, in understanding the inter-relationship between their development, and their ability to positively influence the systems they are a part of.

An understanding of stages of development both in individuals AND in collectives or systems can help you to uncover and work with conflicts to unleash greater potential.
In this webinar you will:

Learn how to:
• open constructive conversations about individual and system stages of maturity with your clients
• ask specific questions which help clients to reflect on their development in the context of the systems they operate in
• help clients to develop greater compassion and understanding for themselves and the people and collectives around them
• open useful conversations about the impact of the clients individual development and how this might be leveraged for greater “ripples” into their world

Understand:
• Developmental stages of individual and cultural maturity
• The changing context of coaching and how you can be more effective and develop greater relevance in the changing world.
• How to utilise the three perspectives of “I, WE and IT” in your coaching and gain insight into how the three interrelate.

And develop the ability to coach with multiple perspectives and lenses leading to “larger” and more holistic coaching conversations.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 1

ICF Ethical standards course. Workshop №2 Coaching Relationships. Tickets
Apr 28 @ 9:00 am
ICF Ethical standards course. Workshop №2 Coaching Relationships.

Speaker: Olga Rybina

Event Start Date: Friday, April 28, 2017 9:00 AM
Event End Date: Friday, June 23, 2017 9:00 AM

Additional dates and times for this event:

This course will include the four following workshops:

1. Potential / Limitations of coaching practice. The video recording is available for participants.

Date/Time: March 31st/ 9: 00 am -10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT
CCE Instructors: Anna Ovdienko, PCC ICF and Tatyana Andrievskaya, ACC ICF
2. Coaching Relationships.

Date/Time: 28th of April/ 9: 00 am-10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT
CCE Instructor: Olga Rybina, MCC ICF

3. Completion / Termination of coaching relationships.

Date/Time: 26th of May/ 9: 00 am-10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT
CCE Instructors: Anna Ovdienko, PCC ICF and Tatyana Andrievskaya, ACC ICF

4. Coaching Development.

Date/Time: 23d of June/ 9: 00 am -10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT
CCE Instructor: Olga Rybina, MCC ICF

Participants of this course are invited to take part in two group coaching supervision on August 11th from 9: 00 am till 10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT and on June 28th from 9: 00 am till 10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT. Group coaching supervision is going to be lead by Olga Rybina, MCC, Ovdienko Anna, PCC ICF and Tatyana Andrievskaya, ACC ICF.

ICF Ethical standards course.

Workshop №2 Coaching Relationships.

CCE Category: Core Competencies in the area of coaching ethics
Date/Time: 28th of April/ 9: 00 am-10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT
CCE Instructor: Olga Rybina, MCC ICF
Format: Online
Duration: 1.5 h

Objectives:
● Coaching Roles and Relationships
● Building effective relationships through amplification of the ICF Core Competencies
● What forms the basis of coaching relationships?
● Coaching agreement stage in details
● The differences and particular qualities of the bilateral and trilateral relationships
● ICF Code of Ethics as guidance for solutions for conflicts of interest ethical cases

Results:
Participants of the workshop will be able to gain a systematic view of the many-sided coaching relationships, thorough understanding of their relations in different roles, and get practical tools for building a strong coaching agreement with a client. Also, participants of this workshop will be able to become confident users of ICF Code of Ethics when resolving difficult situations on a given topic.
Workshop №3. Completion / Termination of coaching relationships.

CCE Category: Core Competencies in the area of coaching ethics
Date/Time: 26th of May/ 9: 00 am-10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT
CCE Instructors: Anna Ovdienko, PCC ICF and Tatyana Andrievskaya, ACC ICF
Format: Online
Duration: 1.5 h

Objectives:
● The essence and link between coaching relationship and the ICF Core Competencies
● Signs of readiness of the client to finish coaching relationships
● Ethics of completion and termination of coaching relationship
● The differences and particular qualities of completion and termination of coaching relationship
● Tools for the final coaching session
● Analysis of ethical cases on a given topic with a footnote to the ICF Code of Ethics

Results:
As a result, participants will learn the features and the differences between the completion and termination of the coaching relationship, get tools for recognizing client’s readiness for the ending of the relationship, and gain the clarity of what to do in the final coaching session. Cases analysis will offer a broader view of the problems in the coaching practice and understanding of how to use the ICF Code of Ethics as an effective tool to regulate conflict situation on a given topic.
Workshop №4. Coaching Development.

CCE Category: Core Competencies in the area of coaching ethics
Date/Time: 23d of June/ 9:00 am -10:30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT
CCE Instructor: Olga Rybina, MCC ICF
Format: Online
Duration: 1.5 h

Objectives:
● Coaching development is a part of the ethics of the coach ICF
● Types of coaching development
● Mentor coaching and mentor coaching process demonstration
● Supervision for coaches and its procedure
● Analysis of ethical cases

Results:
At the end of the workshop, participants will learn what types of ICF coaching development exist. One of the highlights will be the discussion of mentoring and supervision for coaches in details, in particular, their differences and processes. The demonstrations will allow to experiencing both instruments of a coaching development ICF. Analysis of ethical cases will give the perspective on what type of coaching development is needed depending on different situations in the coaching practice.
Workshop №1 Potential / Limitations of coaching practice. The video recording is available for participants.
CCE Category: Core Competencies in the area of coaching ethics
Date/Time: March 31st/ 9: 00 am -10: 30 am (MSK) +0300 UTC UTC/GMT
CCE Instructors: Anna Ovdienko, PCC ICF and Tatyana Andrievskaya, ACC ICF

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 4.5

Life Coach Certification Class 101 – Austin, Texas Tickets
Apr 28 @ 9:00 am
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Event Start Date: Friday, April 28, 2017 9:00 AM
Event End Date: Sunday, April 30, 2017 6:00 PM

Certification Class (CC101) is a 30-hour ICF-Approved Training Program. CC 101 is LCIA’s introductory class. It is offered Friday–Sunday (9am-6pm each day). CC 101 consists of 6 hours of required prerequisite homework due at the time of registration on day one (Friday) followed by 24 hours of face-to- face class hours. All training hours are closely monitored for reporting purposes to the International Coach Federation (ICF).
A detailed training and overview of the ICF Code of Ethics and Core Competencies
The History of Life Coaching
Scope of practice for Life Coaching
Life Coaching in 3D – LCIA’s unique approach to Life Coaching that will support your clients in the successful attainment of their objectives
Niche/specialties within the Life Coaching profession
Overview of Motivational Interviewing as it relates to effective Life Coaching. This skill-set will enhance your current professional and personal relationships.
Role-playing and demonstrations provided by trainers
Practicum work with your colleagues throughout your training. Trainers will provide on-going supervision and feedback to enhance your skill-set development.
Client assessment applications
Goal-setting tools
Administrative Forms Provided to include: welcome letters, data intake forms, session preparation forms, assessments, goal setting tools, and other valuable resources.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 27
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 3

 

7 Core ON-DEMAND: DISC – Building Better Coaching Relationships Tickets
Apr 28 @ 12:00 pm

Event Start Date: Friday, April 28, 2017 12:00 PM

Is the goal of your coaching to enhance your clients’ specific skills or performance?

Increase your core competencies when you are able to understand people’s patterns of behavior, you will also unlock your ability to get along with nearly everyone. In this course, receive practical training from Dr. Tony Alessandra that will have a substantial positive impact on your ability to positively influence, build relationships, and trust with others. This course also includes your very own DISC behavioral assessment.

Assessments measuring specific abilities can be very useful to help your clients increase awareness and facilitate behavior change. As coaches, you 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. This course teaches you powerful life skills that will serve you well not only with your client relationships, but also with all your relationships and be a better coach. When you correctly communicate, motivate, counsel, correct, delegate, acknowledge & help your clients, they increase their levels of performance and make better decisions.

This course is the ultimate in flexibility. Take at your own pace, anytime, and from any device. This course is for coaches who are looking for a deeper level of understanding and awareness in their coaching, plus add some new skills to their tool kits.

Recognizing different behavioral styles and how that shapes individual perceptions and influences decision making is essential in mastering the ICF core competencies of:

establish trust and intimacy
co-creating the relationship
direct communication
creating awareness

As a coach you need to learn strategies and rules to leverage the DISC Behavioral Style communication strategies to help clients reach their real potential consistently!

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 7

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Mon
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Certified Professional Coach – Baltimore, MD Tickets
May 1 @ 9:00 am
Certified Professional Coach - Baltimore, MD

Event Start Date: Monday, May 01, 2017 9:00 AM
Event End Date: Friday, May 19, 2017 4:00 PM
 

Develop ICF’s 11 Core Competencies of a Coach! Becoming a Certified Professional Coach (ICF approved / 30 hours / ACSTH) starts with full participation in five 90-minute online classes followed each time by an assignment (two pages written) designed for immediate application of the information from class (anticipate an average of 90 minutes each assignment):
 

· About Coaching: History; What it is and is not, Excelling as a Coach.
· Ethics: Code of Ethics and Core Values
· Understanding your Client: Understand different styles of thinking,
processing, and deciding
· Communication: Listening Skills, Assertive Communication, and Effective Questioning
· Focus and Motivation: Learning Styles, Focus, and Language that Motivates
 

Next is the coaching practicum to experience coaching hands on coach, be coached, and observe coaching – in your class you will be assigned someone to coach, someone will be assigned to coach you, and you will have the opportunity to observe coaching sessions.(Anticipate 3 hours of homework during the practicum.)
 

After the practicum is a case study that creates a review of a coaching relationship.
 

The ICF has approved this program for 30 hours of ACSTH – Approved Coach Specific Training Hours.
 
The Center for Coaching Certification is accredited by IACET to offer CEUs (Continuing Education Units).
 
AICI CEUs may be earned.
 
These activities have been approved for (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward California, GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR, and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
 
Learning Outcomes Include:
 
– Explain the parameters of coaching
– Discuss the ICF Code of Ethics
– Identify and coach different personality styles
– Explain and use listening skills, assertive communication techniques, and powerful questioning
– Recognize language patterns and coach for positive, proactive goal setting and action planning
– Develop business and marketing plans for a coaching practice
 
Tools and Resources for Graduates Include:
 
· Coach Login page with dozens of sample questionnaires, business builder documents plus recorded training, recorded coaching sessions, sample coaching agreements, and more.
· Free monthly Q&A call
· Opportunity to be a published author in our Coaching Perspectives book series – a new book each year.
· Free continuing education.
· Blogs and social media groups and information postings.
· Opportunity to list yourself in www.FindaCertifiedCoach.com
 
CoachSupport@CenterforCoachingCertification.com or 800-350-1678
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 30

Certified Professional Coach – Charlotte, NC Tickets
May 1 @ 9:00 am
Certified Professional Coach - Charlotte, NC

Event Start Date: Monday, May 01, 2017 9:00 AM
Event End Date: Tuesday, May 16, 2017 4:00 PM
 

Develop ICF’s 11 Core Competencies of a Coach! Becoming a Certified Professional Coach (ICF approved / 30 hours / ACSTH) starts with full participation in five 90-minute online classes followed each time by an assignment (two pages written) designed for immediate application of the information from class (anticipate an average of 90 minutes each assignment):
 

· About Coaching: History; What it is and is not, Excelling as a Coach.
· Ethics: Code of Ethics and Core Values
· Understanding your Client: Understand different styles of thinking, processing, and deciding
· Communication: Listening Skills, Assertive Communication, and Effective Questioning
· Focus and Motivation: Learning Styles, Focus, and Language that Motivates
 

Next is the coaching practicum to experience coaching hands on coach, be coached, and observe coaching – in your class you will be assigned someone to coach, someone will be assigned to coach you, and you will have the opportunity to observe coaching sessions. (Anticipate 3 hours of homework during the practicum.)
 

After the practicum is a case study that creates a review of a coaching relationship.
 

The ICF has approved this program for 30 hours of ACSTH – Approved Coach Specific Training Hours.
 

The Center for Coaching Certification is accredited by IACET to offer CEUs (Continuing Education Units).
 
AICI CEUs may be earned.
 

These activities have been approved for (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward California, GPHR, HRBP, HRMP, PHR, and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
 

Learning Outcomes Include:
 

– Explain the parameters of coaching
– Discuss the ICF Code of Ethics
– Identify and coach different personality styles
– Explain and use listening skills, assertive communication techniques, and powerful questioning
– Recognize language patterns and coach for positive, proactive goal setting and action planning
– Develop business and marketing plans for a coaching practice
 

Tools and Resources for Graduates Include:
· Coach Login page with dozens of sample questionnaires, business builder documents plus recorded training, recorded coaching sessions, sample coaching agreements, and more.
· Free monthly Q&A call
· Opportunity to be a published author in our Coaching Perspectives book series – a new book each year.
· Free continuing education.
· Blogs and social media groups and information postings.
· Opportunity to list yourself in www.FindaCertifiedCoach.com
 

CoachSupport@CenterforCoachingCertification.com or 800-350-1678
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 30

3. The Wisdom of Why: Using Behavioral Science to Help Your Clients Achieve Lasting Breakthroughs Tickets
May 1 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

Why Learn The Wisdom of Why?
When your coaching clients want to make lasting change in their own behavior, or influence the behavior of others, the “wisdom of why” provides you with a simple, yet profound approach to help them, based on the science of why people do what they do.

As coaches we’ve all encountered the situation where our clients make important changes in their personal and professional lives, only to revert back to their old habits with the passage of time. There’s a lot of science out there to help us understand behavior and habits. The Wisdom of Why will help you tap into that science to help your clients accelerate and sustain their gains.

Learning Objectives
1. Use an evidence-based approach to understand why people do what they do
2. Pinpoint behavior that will impact results
3. Identify the conditions to successfully get new behaviors started and to sustain them until they become habits
4. Develop action plans to get improved results

Core Competencies
1. Creating Awareness
2. Designing Actions
3. Planning and Goal Setting

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 5.75

What’s in the Course?
This proven, blended learning design allows you to learn about the fundamentals of human behavior as they apply to the Core Competencies of Creating Awareness, Designing Actions, and Planning and Goal Setting. During the course you will apply what you learn with peers and instructors in a live webinar. The combination of learning and skill-building activities keeps the learning quick, engaging, and effective.

Behavior: Describe it clearly—learn how to describe behavior objectively, which is critical to helping clients get concrete and actionable about changes they want to make

Antecedents: What gets behaviors started—learn to identify antecedents, the things that trigger a behavior to happen, so that you can help clients plan the conditions to put in place to get new behaviors started

Consequences: Why behaviors become habit—or don’t—learn why some behaviors become habit while others do not by understanding consequences and their power; unlocking the power of consequences is the “secret sauce” that will help your clients plan what needs to be in place to keep the behaviors going

ABC analysis—learn how to get in someone else’s shoes to understand how consequences affect their behavior and understand why so many good plans fail and what to do about it

Pinpointing Critical Behaviors—learn to help clients build action plans with real impact by pinpointing behaviors most likely to drive the results they want

Action planning—pull it all together to work on a realistic scenario with a team, drawing on the skills and wisdom you acquired throughout the course

Online Knowledge Assessment – After the course you will check your learning and comprehension with a simple online assessment designed to gauge your understanding and provide you with real time feedback.

Additional dates and times for this event:
May 1st
June 5th
June 29
July 24
August 28
September 18
October 16
November 27
December 18

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 5.75

Program Factsheet for The Wisdom of Why

On-Demand CORE How to Create and Deliver Powerful Presentations Tickets
May 1 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Event Start Date: Monday, April 17, 2017 12:00 PM
Event End Date: Monday, April 17, 2017 3:00 PM

You are seasoned enough to know, the caliber of your leadership and coaching skills are often judged by the quality of your presentation skills. When you engage in a coaching relationship, you automatically utilize presentation skills to communicate better.

Learn how to make your communication and presentations come alive for a client audience of 1, 5, or 50. After listening to Patricia Fripp’s How to Create and Deliver Powerful Presentations for Coaching you will be able to organize your remarks into a simple, conversational framework, and deliver your message with confidence. Memorable presentations and coaching engagements needs sound conversational no matter how formal the setting.

Discover the secret to using fat and skinny words to connect both the technical and non-technical clients. Story telling is a great skill to remind your clients of past success and see a vision of what is possible with your coaching. Understand the formula for building a presentation/client engagement around a central theme that highlights all of your talking points. With your multiple options of opening s you will be confident you can to engage with a gripping opening and leave a great impression with lingering closing comments.

Once you understand the formula, you will cut preparation time, use your notes less, and focus more on your audience. Preparation is the key to creating and delivering engaging presentations that will build rapport. If you are looking for a course to help you sound confident, knowledgeable, and credible as a coach you have found it.

Patricia’s virtual presentation skills training and coaching is a powerful guide to make all your messages memorable, your presentations powerful, and create a coaching presence and a relationship with your clients.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Build a strong speech structure and slash presentation preparation time.
Learn to connect emotionally and intellectually with every client, prospect, and audience.
Build credibility through razor-sharp specificity.
Maximize the power of effective storytelling.
Communicate so that your clients can see your ideas.
Identify questions to ask before every presentation and important coaching
Understand why and how to focus on your strengths.
Speak with clarity, conciseness, and credibility.
Learn strategies for adapting your material to different client audiences of all sizes.
Build strong segments of content.
Craft your remarks to sound even more valuable.
Recognize how to turn ordinary incidents into memorable content.
Challenge your client audience appropriately.
Understand techniques for engaging clients and audiences.
Learn to create strong speech and conversation structure.
Determine how to add or shorten presentations on the spot.
Realize that you have dozens of options for openings.
Create lingering last words, and realize why they are important.
Deliver like a seasoned professional, even if you are not.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: .75
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 2.25

 

Deeper Conversations Coaching Course Tickets
May 1 @ 2:00 pm
Deeper Conversations Coaching Course

Event Start Date: Monday, May 01, 2017 2:00 PM
Event End Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 3:30 PM
 
This tele-class series is for you if you are a coach who would like to go to a deeper level of understanding and awareness in your coaching and add lots of new skills to your practice.
 
If you attend the first two classes (March 13th and 15th,) you will meet your ICF Requirement for 3 hours of Ethics training.
 
We offer ultimate flexibility with a rolling enrollment – Attend the classes that fit your schedule to earn up to 30 CCEUs in the core competencies and 10 CCEUs in Resource Development, towards the renewal of your ICF credential.
 
Each of the classes runs 90 minutes in length. 1.5 CCEUs are offered for each class (opportunity to earn 3 CCEUs per week)
 
Dates of classes: March 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29, April 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, May 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17
 
Classes are also offered Tuesday and Thursday!
 
Learn more here: www.deeperconversationscoaching.com
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 30
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 10

Embodied Positive Psychology Summit: The Practical Science of Everyday Love @ Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health Tickets
May 1 @ 7:30 pm
Embodied Positive Psychology Summit: The Practical Science of Everyday Love @ Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health | West Stockbridge | Massachusetts | United States

Event Start Date: Monday, May 01, 2017 7:30 PM
Event End Date: Thursday, May 04, 2017 3:50 PM

“’Love’ is the name for our pursuit of wholeness, for our desire to be complete.” —Plato

In Positive Psychology, love is the supreme emotion. To reach for your highest and best self—to be whole—you must learn to embody your highest and best emotion: love.

To live in wholeness demands discipline and commitment because love lives in relationships—in relation to oneself, to others at work and at home, to nature, and to the world around you. But that’s not always easy. How can you cultivate and engage this supreme emotion in a healthy way, on a daily basis, without holding it up as an idealized aspiration that’s never completely realized?

Based in the scientific study of Positive Psychology and informed by adjacent fields of neurobiology and sociology, this summit explores the ultimate practicality and accessibility of love as an expression of wholeness and radical receptivity. Return home with a fuller and richer sense of wholeness, and experience the immediacy of love’s availability in every circumstance.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 12
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 8

The Coach for Innovators Certified Program Tickets
May 1 @ 8:00 pm
The Coach for Innovators Certified Program

Event Start Date: Monday, May 01, 2017 8:00 PM
Event End Date: Monday, June 19, 2017 8:00 PM
 
Additional dates and times for this event:
Mondays, 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th May at 8.00pm EST
Mondays, 6th, 13th & 20th June at 8.00pm EST
 
Program Outline
 
Switch on and ignite your creativity and innovation agility to flow and flourish, within the volatile, uncertainty, turbulent and complex business environment emerging now in the 21st century.
If you want to change, reinvent or transform your business, leadership, team or coaching game – then join our upcoming Coach for Innovators Certified Program™.
 
You will have the opportunity to develop and practice your Generative Discovery and Learning skill set in the Front End of Innovation, the core crucial skill set for all innovation intervention success.
 
Our program focuses on the Discovery Phase of Innovation – By joining this group of global game changers, you will, and you will help your clients know, how to be, think and act differently to make the difference you want to make in the world in ways that people value and cherish.
 
Emergent, conscious and disruptive
 
The program is thought leading in the emergence, consciousness and disruptive innovation space!
By participating in our program participants and their clients be-come agile business game changers who know how to create breakthrough innovations, anytime, anyplace with anybody!
By seeing and working with the whole system participants develop the capability, capacity and confidence to lead, teach and coach others how to generate discovery and learning.
By creatively transforming their business game in the face of business problems, opportunities, obstacles and challenges to change and innovation.
 
This is a customised and deeply authentic, group and systemic agile learning solution which:
• Incorporates human centred design thinking frameworks
• Encompasses our own unique Innovation Curriculum including the 7 Stage Coaching and Leadership Model and the 4 Phase Generative Discovery Cycle
• Is integrated with lean start-up methodologies
• Is structured, embodied and enacted within an emergent learning journey
 
Who is it suitable for?
 
This program has been designed specifically for professionals working as;
– Managers and leaders in organizations responsible in an innovation context, who want to further develop their capacity, confidence and capability in agile innovation ahead of their competitors.
– Cross functional and functional teams who want to become agile innovators.
– Life, business and executive coaches, corporate consultants and trainers who up-skill in agile innovation to refresh, reinvent to renew their business practice.
 
Program outcomes
 
People, leaders and teams within business enterprises develop the innovation agility required to flow and flourish within change and uncertainty. By knowing how to be, think and act differently to make the difference they want to make in the world in ways that people value and cherish.
After the program you will…….
– Be confident, courageous, and compassionate to safely shake up and challenge the status quo.
– Know how to develop the intrinsic motivation for innovation.
– Know how to generate insights, openings and possibilities for change and innovation.
– Know to apply ‘out of the box’ thinking differently choices and strategies.
– Practice customer centric, design thinking methodologies within an innovation context.
– Know how to ideate creative ideas and generate innovative solutions to problems.
– Act differently to coach, lead and shift the status quo.
– Develop capacity to master innovation challenges and flow with uncertainty and change.
– Know how to apply lean start-up methodologies to prototype hypothetical solutions.
 
Evidence Based Case Study
 
Participants incorporate their own business problem as an evidence based case study to refer to throughout the program. They apply this as an action learning assignment, to learn how to see, respond to and solve people and business problems in the context of innovation. The will…..
 
• Apply the concepts, principles and techniques presented in the program, to their ‘real life’ problem, opportunity or constraint.
• Practice being, thinking and acting creatively to generate creative ideas and innovative solutions.
• Learn to innovate by experimenting, playing, doing and failing without punishment or retribution.
 
Participants learn the key practices of Generative Discovery and Learning which include:
 
-Be mindfully present – Deeply observe, listen and unplug.
-Reflect and contemplate – Explore what is really going on? Who am I be-ing?
-Creating a safe and collective holding space – Container for Change and Creativity.
-Listening generatively to the whole system and whole person simultaneously.
-Puncturing the status quo with generative questions – Create ‘cracks’ and -collisions to elicit possibilities for change and innovation.
-Operating outside of the box – Debate constructively and generatively to emerge creative ideas and create out of the box solutions.
 
What is included in the program?
 
1. Weekly Webinars
The program consists of 8 two hour group coaching webinars, held weekly, for 8 weeks.
Each session includes;
• A focused review of the key learning concepts, principles and weekly action learning assignments.
• A structured coaching skills practice session, consisting of a nominated coach and coachee, followed by group and specific facilitator feedback.
• A range of group generative discussions on each key topic to support its application to real life.
• A self study program consisting of weekly home play talks, including relevant reading articles, blogs, u-tubes, internet links and TED Talks.
• A recommended reading list and list of internet resources.
• A set of electronic reflection cards to support retreat and reflection activities.
 
2. Individual Coaching Support
Each participant schedules four individual 45 minutes coaching sessions with the Program Presenter, to ensure that the concepts, principles and techniques are being applied and practiced. This also serves to ensure that personal barriers are revealed and resolved.
 
About the Program Presenter
 
Hailing from Australia, Janet is the Chief Katalyst and founder of ImagineNation™ she has 29 years of experience consulting and leading culture development, change management, leadership and top team education interventions to some of Australasia’s and Israel’s top 100 companies.
 
She is an ICF ACC certified executive coach, a NLP certified presenter, trainer, facilitator and executive coach and has tertiary qualifications in Marketing, Adult Learning and Workplace Assessment and Training.
 
She presents internationally on innovation, entrepreneurship and lean and agile start-up topics and has presented at the World Business and Executive Coaching Summit (WBECS), Disruptive Innovation Festival (Thinkdif), Global Women’s Leadership Summit (GWALS), Creative Innovation Conference in Australasia (Ci2016), at the Coaching without Borders Innovation Workshop in Hungary, various ICF Chapter Events and also at the European Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference. She runs free monthly webinars on innovation and entrepreneurship and blogs regularly is also acknowledged as one of the top 20 innovation bloggers at Innovation Excellence “the world’s most popular innovation blog.”
 
What previous participants have said about their experience of The Coach for Innovators Certified Program™
 
“Over the last two years I have had exposure to other courses and seminars on innovation. All have provided useful perspective and tools.
The Coach for Innovators program is unique in its emphasis on the inner being, attitudes and personal practices that underlie the ability to coach innovation. The program is resource rich and offers particularly powerful questions that can serve to be safely disruptive to the status quo”.
Ellen Moran, Ph.D., PCC
 
“A Multi benefit course providing self-awareness, ability to think differently, coach in a way that makes your client more innovative and know your passionate purpose that can help you achieve your dream. I loved the reading materials and the reference given very helpful to keep and use. Slides given were very useful as a reference at all times.
Thank you Janet great insightful coach,mentor and trainer.”
Nehad Tadros
Global Coaching and Leadership Development Director ARAMEX UAE
 
“It is my genuine pleasure to recommend Janet Sernack’s ‘Coaching for Innovation’ program. I completed the program in early 2017 and I found it robust, inspiring, and intensely practical. Janet is a dedicated teacher and coach who took pains to create a safe yet challenging learning environment for this virtual course. She is also a marvellous role model for risk-taking and continuous learning.”
– Mark A. Brown, Leadership Facilitator and Author, Lisbon, Portugal
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 8.5
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 11.5

CoachPath Core Connections Group Coaching CCE Program Tickets
May 1 @ 9:00 pm
CoachPath Core Connections Group Coaching CCE Program

Event Start Date: Monday, May 01, 2017 9:00 PM
Event End Date: Monday, July 03, 2017 10:00 PM

Additional dates and times for this event:
We meet each Monday at 9 p.m. eastern from May 1st until July 3rd

CoachPath Core Competency Connection Group For CCE’s or Mentor Coaching- Connecting YOU to the Core!!

The ICF Core Competencies are fabulously easy to understand and at the same time incredibly difficult to apply. This group is designed to bring new light to the Core Competencies while gently guiding you to be able to apply them from a deep understanding of yourself and how you relate to them.

If you are ready to have your Skills match your Passion then this is the group for you!!

Perfect for Coaches who are looking for Mentor Coaching Hours or Continuing Education Credits to fulfill their requirements for programs and certifications or Coaches who really want to take their coaching skills to a higher level.
We are going to work on each one of the core competencies individually and have a discussion around them based primarily on the PCC markers and leaning heavily into understanding them at the MCC level.
Time: 9 p.m. eastern time.

Dates: Mondays, May 1st – July 3rd, 2017

Cost: $825 if paid in full, 2 payments of $425 or 3 payments of $300 each.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 9
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 1

May
2
Tue
2017
“Healthy Relationships: Productive Organizations” What does Type have to do with it? @ Team and Work Group Coaching Community of Practice Tickets
May 2 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
“Healthy Relationships: Productive Organizations” What does Type have to do with it? @ Team and Work Group Coaching Community of Practice

Event Description: “Healthy Relationships: Productive Organizations” What does Type have to do with it?

Join the Team and Work Group Coaching Community of Practice as Peter Metzner, PCC provides an overview of the major four quadrant assessments as well as the MBTI. Participants will gain a global understanding of the similarities of assessments like the DISC, Peoplemap, Colors, etc. and how type plays out in all of our relationships – professionally and personally. Regardless of the type of assessment(s) used, participants will gain a more universal understanding of type and how it plays out in coaching, team, leadership and organizational development. Also discussed will be topics such as how each type triggers each other, as well as what we as coaches and leaders need to know about the developmental needs of each type and how to work with, and coach/engage the differing types.

*This webinar will take place on Tuesday, May 2 at 11:00 am EDT; to register, use the GoToWebinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1309668263951228930

**This program qualifies for 1.00 CCE Units in Core Competency

Presenter: Peter Metzner, PCC

Peter Metzner is a Professional and Board Certified Coach and Peoplemap Train the Trainer. He is the President and founder of Dynamic Change, Inc.  Peter has facilitated hundreds of team development and training programs and coached scores of executives from city government, federal agencies, universities, hospitals, colleges, schools, non-profits, associations, as well as professional offices and businesses.  Before founding Dynamic Change Inc., he was employed by the Center for Creative Leadership, helping customize executive development and training programs for major businesses and corporations. He also taught Psychology at Vance-Granville Community College until May of 2016. In addition to coaching, he facilitates seminars on Leadership and High Performing Teams at UNC Chapel Hill as well as Duke University Medical Center. He is also an Instructor for the Institute for Life Coach Training.

 

May
3
Wed
2017
ICF Jordan Chapter – Co-Creating The Relationship Tickets
May 3 @ 6:00 am – 7:30 am
ICF Jordan Chapter - Co-Creating The Relationship

Speaker: Ludmila Kostandova- Egorova

The third webinar of a series of 5 webinars. All webinars are covering ICF 11 Core competencies in a very interactive manner and the 3rd May 2017 covers the core competencies under Co- Creating The Relationship

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 1.5

Secrets to Becoming an Internal Coach @ Internal Coaching Community of Practice Tickets
May 3 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Secrets to Becoming an Internal Coach @ Internal Coaching Community of Practice

Event Description: Secrets to Becoming an Internal Coach

Are you tired of going it alone as an external coach? Do you have a burning passion to bring your coaching to the corporate world as an internal coach? Have you found the opportunities to be few and far between?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, join us to learn the secrets of becoming an internal coach from Heather Ramsey, co-leader of the ICF Global Internal Coaching Community. Topics covered will include:

1. What types of ‘coaching’ positions are available and how to look for them.
2. How to discern which companies have, or could have, an appetite for internal coaching.
3. How to tailor your resume to highlight transferable skills, how to interview effectively, and get hired!
4. How to begin creating the culture climate for internal coaching within any organization that you work for.

*This webinar will take place on Wednesday, May 3 at 4:00 pm EDT; to register, use the GoToWebinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5932162481746639875

**This program qualifies for 1.00 CCE Unit in Resource Development

Presenter: Heather Ramsey

Heather Ramsey is a 17-year coaching veteran. She started out owning her own coaching business for 8 years, but felt like she could make a bigger impact by becoming an internal coach. She has not only gone internal once, but has just recently started her 4th internal ‘coaching’ position at Movoto. She was hired for her coaching expertise and is in the midst of designing their internal coaching program and coaching culture rollout. She likes ‘growing companies from the inside out.’

Masterminding as Group Coaching – 6 CCEs in Core Competencies Tickets
May 3 @ 7:30 pm
Masterminding as Group Coaching - 6 CCEs in Core Competencies

Event Start Date:May 03, 2017 7:30 PM
Event End Date: May 24, 2017 9:00 PM
 
Masterminding as Group Coaching – 6 CCEUs in Core Competencies
 
3 live webinar sessions for 2017
 
Feb 1, 8, 15, 22, 2017 – 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EST
May 3, 10, 17, 24, 2017 – 7:30PM EST – 9:00 EST
Oct 4,11, 18, 25 – 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EST
 
$450
There is synergy of energy, commitment, and excitement that participants bring to a Mastermind Group. Participants raise the bar by challenging each other to create and implement goals, brainstorm ideas, and support each other with total honesty, respect and compassion. Mastermind participants act as catalysts for growth, devil’s advocates and supportive colleagues.
Mastermind groups are popping up internationally, often lead by coaching professionals. This course examines this emerging format of group coaching and how its growing popularity will impact coaching globally. We will also discover use of meaningful breakouts within the group and individual mini sessions.
 
Increase your own awareness and fine tune your knowledge of core competencies around group coaching. Whether you currently coach in groups or individually, advance your area of knowledge with this continuing coach education course from The Elevar Group designed specifically for credentialed coaches.
 
Each class module builds upon the previous one, and requires each participant to coach and be coached and discuss their individual experiences with current and past coaching clients and scenarios.
 
Session 1: Mastermind coaching agreements
Session 2: Listening in a crowded room
Session 3: Meaningful metaphors
Session 4: Team dynamics and perpetual group alignment around results
 
Impact your mastermind planning in alignment with the ICF Core Competencies:
 
1. Meeting Ethical Guidelines and Professional Standards—
2. Establishing the Coaching Agreement—
3. Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client—
4. Coaching Presence—
5. Active Listening—
6. Powerful Questioning—
7. Direct Communication—
8. Creating Awareness—
9. Designing Actions—
10. Planning and Goal Setting—
11. Managing Progress and Accountability—
 
$450 for 6 CCEU’s register at www.elevargroup.com/courses
 
https://attendee.gototraining.com/33lj6/catalog/2088380878931711488
This is a 4 week 90-minute group webinar course that is also available on demand.
Register at www.elevargroup.com/courses
Masterminding as Group Coaching – 6 CCEUS in Core Competencies
 
3 live webinar sessions for 2017
 
Feb 1, 8, 15, 22, 2017 – 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EST
May 3, 10, 17, 24, 2017 – 7:30PM EST – 9:00 EST
Oct 4,11, 18, 25 – 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EST
 
$450
https://attendee.gototraining.com/33lj6/catalog/2088380878931711488
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 6
 
6 CCEU Masterminding 2017

May
4
Thu
2017
Deeper Conversations Coaching Course (3 to 40 CCEUs) Tickets
May 4 @ 8:00 am
Deeper Conversations Coaching Course (3 to 40 CCEUs)

Event Start Date: May 04, 2017 8:00 AM
Event End Date: Thursday, May 18, 2017 9:30 AM
 
This tele-class series is for you if you are a coach who would like to go to a deeper level of understanding and awareness in your coaching and add lots of new skills to your practice.
 
If you attend the first two classes (March 14th and 16th,) you will meet your ICF Requirement for 3 hours of Ethics training.
 
We offer ultimate flexibility with a rolling enrollment – Attend the classes that fit your schedule to earn up to 30 CCEUs in the core competencies and 10 CCEUs in Resource Development, towards the renewal of your ICF credential.
 
Each of the classes runs 90 minutes in length. 1.5 CCEUs are offered for each class (opportunity to earn 3 CCEUs per week)
 
Dates of classes: March 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, April 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27, May 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18
 
Classes are also offered Monday and Wednesday!
 
Learn more here: www.deeperconversationscoaching.com

 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 30
Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 10

Cross Cultural Coaching – Increase Your CQ – 6 CCEs in core competencies Tickets
May 4 @ 7:30 pm
Cross Cultural Coaching - Increase Your CQ - 6 CCEs in core competencies

Event Start Date: Thursday, May 04, 2017 7:30 PM
Event End Date: Thursday, May 25, 2017 9:00 PM
 
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 group webinar – 6 CCE’s register at www.ElevarGroup.com
 
Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 6
 
CQ flyer 2017

May
6
Sat
2017
30-hour Core Compentency Coach Training @ Sacred Stream Center in Berkley, CA Tickets
May 6 @ 8:00 am
30-hour Core Compentency Coach Training @ Sacred Stream Center in Berkley, CA | Berkeley | California | United States

Event Start Date: Saturday, May 06, 2017 8:00 AM
Event End Date: Sunday, May 07, 2017 6:30 PM

Our 60-hour program consists of three courses. Our 30-hour Core Competency is the first part and we are meeting in Berkeley, CA to provide our in-person coach training May 6 & 7, 2017. Our 15-hour Advanced Tools course is the second part in the series, and learners meet weekly on Monday evenings from 4:30pm to 6:30pm Pacific. The final Practicum course engages learners weekly from 4:30pm to 6:30pm Pacific. The Practicum and Advanced Tools courses have an online learning component in addition to the scheduled teleclasses.

Event Details:

This innovative holistic/integral course teaches you to assist others and even yourself in a transformation process. Learn an extensive array of coaching interventions through a multi-dimensional approach designed to help you see the “big picture” from a holistic and integral perspective. Classes are interactive, fun, practical and informative. You will experience coaching at a deeper body, mind, spirit level that allows people to move more quickly and easily toward goals and dreams. This integrated framework will provide an enjoyable way to develop effective coaching skills such as: (1) methods for measuring progress (2) ways to change approaches and create new patterns (3) somatic or body tools for accessing body wisdom (4) techniques for learning how to use imagery, intuition, and intentions (5) meditative tools for being present and working with breath (6) approaches for how to work with sense of purpose and meaning.

The coaching core competencies as described by the International Coach Federation (ICF) are key to this approach. Earn up to 60 hours of coach specific training that can be applied toward all levels of ICF Coach Certification or 60 CCEUs that can be applied towards the renewal of your credential.

Berkeley, CA 30-hour Core Competency class dates:
May 6 & 7, 2017, 8:00 am to 6:30 pm

Advanced Tools (15 hours): Monday evenings from 4:30pm to 6:30pm Pacific. Start your 15-hour course June 12th or September 25th, 2017.

Practicum (15 hours): Please visit our website for dates the Practicum is offered.

The 30-hour Core Competency Course, Advanced Tools, or Practicum can be taken separately, and the 30-hour Core Competency Course is also available in teleclass + online format. Please email info@wisdomofthewhole.com for more information, and/or check our website: www.wisdomofthewhole.com.

Register for a free class to find out how our coach training can help you:
http://wisdomofthewhole.com/free-class/

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 30

May
10
Wed
2017
ICF Los Angeles – What to Do with a Prehistoric Brain? Tickets
May 10 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
ICF Los Angeles - What to Do with a Prehistoric Brain?

Speaker: Maria Nemeth, Ph.D., MCC

Please provide a description of the event:
Join us in this teleclass as Maria Nemeth provides practical tools and tips to help your clients overcome the negativity bias as the first response to anything new or different. Learn how to help people see their greatness and bring it all to life, learn how Maria’s Luminous Life Method turns wisdom into practical skills to help you serve your clients with clarity, focus, ease, and grace.

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 1.5

ICF San Francisco Bay Area Coaches – via Livestream – Coaching and Healing: How coaching impacts health and wellness Tickets
May 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
ICF San Francisco Bay Area Coaches - via Livestream - Coaching and Healing: How coaching impacts health and wellness

Speaker: Joel Kreisberg

The growth of coaching in the field of medicine and health care is staggering. Engaging client’s health and wellness with coaching models has found its way into universities, hospital systems, as research shows its effectiveness in reducing symptoms and increasing client satisfaction. Join Dr. Joel Kreisberg as he guides you through the core principles of Narrative Health Coaching.

In this presentation you will learn:

How narrative healing works in a coaching setting
How to engage clients in broadening their focus to health related issues
How to create and work with healing topics using a developmental model of coaching
Where and how you can find opportunities for working as a coach in the healthcare industry.
Current research supporting the effectiveness in coaching for common health conditions.

Joel KreisbergAbout Dr. Kreisberg, DC, PCC

Dr. Kreisberg’s commitment to transforming health begins with individuals and extends to organizations and society as a whole. Through his 28 years of experience as an integrative physician, he has learned to recognize the healing potential in everyday actions and exchanges. Using natural systems, focused awareness and fundamental life energy, he uses narrative health coaching to guide others to wholeness with greater resilience. Dr. Kreisberg is the Executive Director of the Teleosis Institute, a school of Coaching and Narrative Healing. He is the co-author of Coaching and Healing: Transcending the Illness Narrative. Learn more at: www.teleosis.org

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 1.5

May
11
Thu
2017
What A ‘Can’t Fail’ Culture Costs Your Bottom Line @ Coaching Science Community of Practice Tickets
May 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
What A 'Can’t Fail' Culture Costs Your Bottom Line @ Coaching Science Community of Practice

Event Description: What A ‘Can’t Fail’ Culture Costs Your Bottom Line

While we may logically understand that trying anything for the first time will inherently provide the opportunity to succeed or fail, emotionally and culturally we are not okay with the act of failing.  Perfectionism is a widely rampant affliction causing negative side-effects for individuals and the organizations they support. Join the Coaching Science Community of Practice as Laura Hall, PCC leads a discussion on the negative impact a “Can’t Fail” culture can affect an organization.  Learning objectives include:

  • Gain qualitative awareness of failure resiliency both personally and as perceived within your organization.
  • Understand the foundation formula for creating and sustaining a culture of innovation.
  • Increase organizational awareness following the presentation with a checklist of scenarios and keywords that help define missed opportunities for innovation.

Also, in order to maximize this session for all attendees we would like to invite you to take 15 minutes to watch Dr. Brené Brown’s 2010 TED Talk (one of the top 5 most watched TED talks of all time) on “The Power of Vulnerability.” To watch this session please use the following link: https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on_vulnerability

*This webinar will take place on Thursday, May 11 at 3:00 pm EDT; to register, use the GoToWebinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/863896563678064386

**This program qualifies for 1.00 CCE Unit in Resource Development

Presenter: Laurie Hall, PCC

Laurie Hall (formerly Peterson), a certified facilitator, certified coach and seasoned speaker, founded New Horizon Strategies in 2011 to inspire sustainable change in the professional world. Today, Laurie facilitates programs and events to help companies, government agencies, and professional associations achieve the highest possible levels of effectiveness. Topics for facilitated programs and events include Operational Excellence, Culture of Innovation, Change Management, Organizational Development, Strategic Planning, Process Improvement, Project Management, Leadership Development, Team Building, and The Daring WayTM and Rising Strong. In addition, Laurie provides executive, career and business coaching for individuals and groups to help people achieve their vision, goals, and desires. By applying Socratic questioning, she enables clients to seek their own answers. She has coached clients from Fortune 500 companies in the U.S. and around the world: Australia, Malaysia, Canada, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, The Netherlands, Honduras and Great Britain. A frequent keynote and breakout session speaker on technical and motivational topics to inspire personal and professional growth, Laurie has presented at dozens of conferences and professional meetings from small groups to over 350 people.

Laurie Peterson has been a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator & Consultant (CDWF-C) since 2012. The Daring Way™ is a highly experiential methodology based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown. The method was developed to help men, women, and adolescents learn how to show up, be seen, and live braver lives. The primary focus is on developing shame resilience skills and developing a courage practice that transforms the way we live, love, parent, and lead. It can be facilitated in clinical, educational, and professional settings and is suitable for work with individuals, couples, families, work teams, and organizational leaders.

May
13
Sat
2017
Facilitating Learning and Results Community of Practice Tickets
May 13 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Facilitating Learning and Results Community of Practice

Our meeting number has changed! Please update calendar entries already on the ICF Calendar of Events – through May 2017, with the text below.

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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 (Feb 11, 2017, Mar 11, Apr 8, May 13, etc)

Format: Webinar (encouraged) or phone (optional)

Earn 1 CCEU (.75 Core Competency and .25 Resource Development). There is no cost to participate. There are no code words given; rather we rely on your active participation in our discussion to earn CCEUs!

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.

To Join the Webinar:

For webinar link and meeting number, visit ICF Metro DC Chapter events at: http://icfmetrodc.org/meetinginfo.php?id=151&ts=1437085951

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

•Listen to/view recordings of past webinars on the “Resources” page of www.InspiredLearning.org

Sample topics from past 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).”

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