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    • 16 Jan 2024
    • 17 Dec 2024
    • 12 sessions
    We are excited to offer this easy, informal way for you to network with other coaches and explore the many rewards and challenges of coaching. Community Coffees are open to both members and non-members.  Held on the Third Tuesday of the month from  8:00 am - 9:00 am.  Join via Zoom or live at the Capital One Cafe in Philadelphia. Email jurgenbank@msn.com for more information.



    • 17 Jan 2024
    • 18 Dec 2024
    • 12 sessions
    We are excited to offer this easy, informal way for you to network with other coaches and explore the many rewards and challenges of coaching. Community Coffees are open to both members and non-members.  Held on the Third Wednesday of the month from  8:30 am - 9:30 am

    Hosted by Teresa Rothermel, ACC  UniquePathCoach@gmail.com
    • 19 Jan 2024
    • 20 Dec 2024
    • 12 sessions
    We are excited to offer this easy, informal way for you to network with other coaches and explore the many rewards and challenges of coaching. Community Coffees are open to both members and non-members.  Held on the Third Friday from  7:15 am - 8:30 am


    Please contact sheilab.coach@gmail.com or Ronni Landeck for details and for the Zoom invite.

    • 25 Jan 2024
    • 26 Dec 2024
    • 12 sessions
    Network with other coaches and explore the many rewards and challenges of coaching. Community Coffees are open to both members and non-members. We meet via Zoom at 8am on the 4th Thursday of the month.


    Contact Paul Gaskell (paulgaskell@onnupcoaching.com) for Zoom info.


    • 31 Jan 2024
    • 25 Dec 2024
    • 12 sessions
    We are excited to offer this easy, informal way for you to network with other coaches and explore the many rewards and challenges of coaching. Community Coffees are open to both members and non-members.  Held on the Last Wednesday of the month from  9:00 am - 10:30 am

    Hosted by Anne Kuhn (anne@annekuhnconsulting.com)
    • 25 Jul 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Zoom
    Register


    CCEU - CORE 0.75 | RD 0.75


    “Secret Agent” Strategies to Prevent Burnout


    Embark on a transformative journey towards renewed energy and joy with our expert guidance. Discover tailored strategies to overcome burnout, reclaim balance, and ignite a vibrant, fulfilled life. Elevate your well-being and thrive with our comprehensive support system for lasting resilience.



    Crystal Mance - a multifaceted professional with expertise in authorship, life coaching, pastoral care, and entrepreneurship. Armed with a master's degree in Life Coaching, she has authored the impactful book "R.E.S.E.T.: Releasing Every Situation Encourages Transformation," which chronicles her personal journey through mental and emotional burnout and the discovery of solace through God's love, grace, and mercy. Leveraging her extensive experience in ministry leadership roles in Houston and Philadelphia, including her role as a Women's Pastor, Crystal empowers women with practical strategies to transition from brokenness to healing. Currently residing in metro Atlanta with her husband Darryl, Crystal takes pride in being a devoted parent to two adult children.

    • 10 Sep 2024
    • 5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    1.75 Core for each session

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the ICF Competencies as part of our 2024 Community of Practice series. Lisa Pachence - MCC, Owner of LP Coaching, Mentor Coach and Speaker - will lead an engaging 4-part series that introduces the ICF Core Competencies, and helps coaches deepen their client impact using the competency framework. These quarterly virtual meetings are 1.5 hours of active application of the ICF Core Competencies.

     

    This Core Competency series is designed to Engage, Enlighten, and Elevate your relationship with the core competencies and, consequently, your coaching practice. Expect to:

    1)    ENGAGE with the new core competencies, with your colleagues, and with common client challenges to deepen the agility of your coaching.

    2)    ENLIGHTEN yourself with the intention behind each competency, seeing how the art of coaching comes to life through this new framework.

    3)    ELEVATE the power of your coaching by revealing new insights, enhancing your skills and confidence, and acquiring new methods to increase your impact and strengthen your stand as a coach.

     

    To deliver the highest level of professionalism and impact in coaching, the current ICF Core Competencies were developed in 2019 and implemented in 2021. The Eight Core Competencies now provide a stronger and clearer framework to the ethics, agreements, trust-building, and partnership that are fundamental to the coaching industry. Understanding and integrating the core competencies is a crucial part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and participation will earn Continuing Coach Education credits.



    • 17 Sep 2024
    • 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    • In-Person
    • 29
    Register


    CCEU - CORE 2| RD 2


    In-person Professional Day


    Riding the Wave of Change: Mastering the Cycle of Reinvention


    An immersive and experiential workshop designed exclusively for coaches seeking to elevate their practice and navigate the ever-evolving landscape of leadership with confidence and finesse. Workshop Overview: In a world marked by rapid change and unforeseen challenges, the ability to reinvent oneself and adapt is not just a skill but a necessity. In this dynamic workshop, we explore into the essence of reinvention, drawing inspiration from both the corporate realm and the natural world. Through engaging discussions, reflective exercises, and hands-on activities, you will uncover invaluable insights and practical strategies for fostering resilience, agility, and creativity in your coaching practice and personal leadership journey.

    Learning Outcomes:

    1. Understand the Concept of Reinvention: Explore the proactive process of transformation in response to evolving circumstances, challenges, or opportunities, with real-world examples.

    2. Recognize the Importance of Anticipation and Adaptation: Develop an awareness of the significance of anticipation and adaptation in mastering the cycle of reinvention, drawing parallels from nature's innate ability to anticipate seasonal changes and adapt accordingly.

    3. Apply Lessons from Nature to Leadership: Equip yourself with the tools to apply timeless lessons gleaned from nature to life and leadership contexts. Discover how these insights can foster resilience, agility, and creativity in navigating change and uncertainty.

    4. Cultivate a Mindset for Continuous Reinvention: Engage in reflective exercises and thought-provoking discussions to cultivate a mindset conducive to continuous reinvention. Embrace change, release attachments, and foster a willingness to innovate and grow, both in your coaching practice and supporting client’s leadership journeys.


    SPEAKER BIO

    Chris Cavalieri, PCC is known for her candor, humor and enthusiasm, Chris is a natural relationship builder, easy to connect with and trust. As a Leadership Coach, Chris partners with leaders seeking to increase performance, encourage teamwork and spark innovation. She’s coached leaders and their teams through high-stakes challenges, from role expansions to performance leaps, and she’s guided many companies on their journeys toward adopting and embracing changes in corporate culture.

    • 25 Sep 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM
    • Zoom
    Register


    CCEU - CORE 0.5 | RD 1.0


    Attract Great Clients, with or without a Niche


    Most coaches have gotten advice that they must define a niche if they want to grow a successful coaching practice. But all too often, this narrow perspective keeps talented coaches stuck in analysis paralysis, worried that they’re doing it wrong. Ready for some good news? While a niche is a good way to focus your business, it is definitely not the ONLY way. Presenter Mary Cravets teaches from her own experience of earning multiple six figures for years before she chose a niche.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Clear up misunderstandings about what a niche actually is, then discover alternative approaches that focus your efforts AND leave your options open for a variety of different clients.
    • Get out of niche analysis paralysis and instead explore an action-oriented “earn-while-you-learn” approach to growing your business.
    • Learn the client attraction system that has a proven track record of helping both new and experienced coaches attract more high-quality clients and increase their income by 50% or more.


    Mary Cravets is an award-winning Client Generation Expert and International Speaker who helps people grow their businesses without working nights and weekends. She’s heard ALL the confusing and conflicting advice out there - so she isn’t surprised that most business owners struggle to establish a sustainable business. But she’s here to change that. Using her methods, the majority of Mary’s clients quickly increase their income 50% or more. Clients range from the former CFO of Microsoft North America, to coaches in their first few years of business, to thought-leaders in a variety of service professions. Mary is also a huge fan of roller coasters, obsessed with otters and proud Mom to her cat Inneego Montoya.

    • 10 Oct 2024
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    CCE

    Core 1.25 | RD .25


    Coaching Supervision:

    Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce that we will be offering Coaching Supervision Demonstrations. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups along with Lynn DeLay, Certified Coaching Supervisor, based on Mindful Leadership’s Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. The sessions will be tailored toward the unique challenges that come with coaching situations for coaches working with clients internally or externally. These virtual Supervision Demonstrations will be offered twice in 2023 and will include 1.5 hours of demonstration.

    Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of the coaches, their clients, and their organizations (adapted ICF definition). Group supervision uniquely provides a space for collective reflection and learning. Coaches explore the depth and breadth of their coaching work through three lenses—self as coach; relationship with the client; and influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to introduce coaches to the experience of supervision through demonstration.  Coaching Supervision as a practice builds a coach’s confidence, competence, connection, creativity, and compassion.

    The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (delivering and/or receiving) will be counted toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. (Note: ongoing coaching supervision is a required practice by European and Australian coaching bodies, and it is also required by a growing number of corporations for coaches to obtain work.)

    Pre-work for Group Coaching Supervision:
    Please come prepared to present to the group a coaching case or theme/s from your coaching practice that you are curious about, have questions around, or may be struggling with. Reflect on how this coaching situation is impacting you and your relationship with your coaching client, and also reflect on how the system in which the client works might be impacting the coaching engagement. Ask yourself,
    What am I noticing?

    What am I sensing in my body and my surroundings?

    Schedule of Group Coaching Supervision Demonstrations: 6/14/2023 and 10/25/2023

    Learning Objectives:

    1 - Been introduced to an integrative coaching supervision model (Tri-Lens) related to reflective practice for learning and development that builds capacity to view coaching work from a systems perspective

    2 - Experimented and observed coaching supervision conversations to deepen insight and broaden awareness of how best to engage coaching clients within organizational systems

    3 - Assessed their coaching work through a systemic, reflective practice

    Ken Giglio, PCC, MCEC, Dip.CS:

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor. Ken leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present with themselves, others, and the systems in which they work. Prior to founding Mindful Leadership, Ken spent 22 years in corporate leadership positions, which included responsibility for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm. Ken is passionate about coaching supervision. He is a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council’s (EMCC) Center for Excellence for Supervision, and he contributed two chapters to the book, Coaching Supervision, Voices from the Americas. One chapter highlights Ken’s Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™, and the other was co-written with his colleague, @Lynne Delay (Chapter 8. Supervision in Globally Challenging Times: Supporting Coach Well-Being and Chapter 12. A Framework for Group Presence in Group Coaching Supervision).


    Lynne De Lay, DPA, Dip.CS:

    With a doctorate in management and a diploma in Coaching Supervision from Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA-UK), Lynne’s career as a leadership coach, mentor, and coach supervisor spans over twenty-five years and three continents. She has coached senior executives from across the globe and, as an accredited coach supervisor, has provided coach supervision to coaches to help them stay on the leading edge of their work.  Lynne was the Coaching Practice Leader for 9 years with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) in Europe where she lived for 25 years. Currently she is Managing Partner of One World Leaders and  the faculty of CSA-NA.

    • 19 Nov 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    1.75 Core for each session

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the ICF Competencies as part of our 2024 Community of Practice series. Lisa Pachence - MCC, Owner of LP Coaching, Mentor Coach and Speaker - will lead an engaging 4-part series that introduces the ICF Core Competencies, and helps coaches deepen their client impact using the competency framework. These quarterly virtual meetings are 1.5 hours of active application of the ICF Core Competencies.

     

    This Core Competency series is designed to Engage, Enlighten, and Elevate your relationship with the core competencies and, consequently, your coaching practice. Expect to:

    1)    ENGAGE with the new core competencies, with your colleagues, and with common client challenges to deepen the agility of your coaching.

    2)    ENLIGHTEN yourself with the intention behind each competency, seeing how the art of coaching comes to life through this new framework.

    3)    ELEVATE the power of your coaching by revealing new insights, enhancing your skills and confidence, and acquiring new methods to increase your impact and strengthen your stand as a coach.

     

    To deliver the highest level of professionalism and impact in coaching, the current ICF Core Competencies were developed in 2019 and implemented in 2021. The Eight Core Competencies now provide a stronger and clearer framework to the ethics, agreements, trust-building, and partnership that are fundamental to the coaching industry. Understanding and integrating the core competencies is a crucial part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and participation will earn Continuing Coach Education credits.



Past events

11 Jul 2024 ChatGPT for Coaches
24 Jun 2024 Coaching and Cultural/Social Identity: Holding space for the client’s story
04 Jun 2024 Coaching to the Core: Session 2. Co-creating the relationship
21 May 2024 Funcomfortable: The Uncomfortably Fun Truth About Growth
15 May 2024 ICW Social Event
15 May 2024 Applications of Mindset for Success Strategies: Preparation and Opportunity Exploitation
08 May 2024 Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses
17 Apr 2024 Unlocking Creativity: Essential Skills for Thriving in the Future of Work
09 Apr 2024 Follow Up Strategies That Will Get More Clients & Close More Sales
20 Mar 2024 Coaching Business Models 101: Design Your Business So You Can Thrive
05 Mar 2024 Single Session - Coaching to the Core: 2024 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
05 Mar 2024 Full Series - Coaching to the Core: 2024 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
21 Feb 2024 The Surprising Gift of Doubt: Tapping into our Greatness to Truly Empower Others
07 Feb 2024 Discover Your Money Archetypes: Transform Your Relationship with Money, Yourself, and Your Business
25 Jan 2024 STRAIGHT TALK: What it Really Takes to Succeed as a Coach
18 Jan 2024 Envision Your Potential
18 Jan 2024 New Year, New You!
08 Nov 2023 Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Coaching to the Core: 2023 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
25 Oct 2023 Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses
18 Oct 2023 Virtual Community Coffee (or Cocktail) Happy Hour
11 Oct 2023 Minimizing Bias in Coaching
04 Oct 2023 QUIET the NOISE! The ICF Core Competencies: Our Answer for Sales & Marketing Success!
27 Sep 2023 Less Talk, More Action: How to Amplify Inclusive Teaming
14 Sep 2023 3 Ways to make it EASY for Clients to Invest with YOU!... just by pinpointing your ROI.
06 Sep 2023 Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Coaching to the Core: 2023 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
26 Jul 2023 The Core of Our Core Competencies
12 Jul 2023 How to Use Neuro Linguistic Programing and Mediations Skills to Deepen Your Coaching Results
14 Jun 2023 Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses
07 Jun 2023 Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Coaching to the Core: 2023 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
10 May 2023 The Superhero’s Guide to Authentic Enrollment: Leveraging your superpowers to stand out, sell with integrity and win on your own terms.
09 May 2023 Speaking for Free: A Surprisingly Profitable Way to Attract New Clients
27 Apr 2023 A Deep Dive into Why Values Matter: How to Apply to Relationships
20 Apr 2023 How to Become the CEO of Your Career: Dismantling 3 Disempowering Myths
13 Apr 2023 Virtual Community Coffee (or Cocktail) Happy Hour
29 Mar 2023 Single Session - Coaching to the Core: 2023 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
29 Mar 2023 Full Series - Coaching to the Core: 2023 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
20 Mar 2023 The Power of Awakening Joy
24 Feb 2023 Ethics in Coaching with The Co-Active Training Institute
09 Feb 2023 Strategic Silence: The Key to Holding Space
26 Jan 2023 The Boutique Effect: Create Raving Fans & Stop Scrambling For Your Next Client
18 Jan 2023 Virtual Member Chat with ICFP Board
10 Jan 2023 Emotional Alignment in Teams with Dan Newby from The School of Emotions
06 Dec 2022 ICF Philadelphia In-Person End of Year Social
16 Nov 2022 Behind the Curtain: What it "Really" Takes to Build Your Successful Coaching Business!
15 Nov 2022 Google Ad Basics for Coaches
01 Nov 2022 Coaching to the Core: 2022 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
21 Oct 2022 Imposter Syndrome
21 Sep 2022 The Amazing ATEBAR Formula - The powerful and foundational 6-step formula for Masterful Coaching
13 Sep 2022 Group Coaching Supervision
07 Sep 2022 Coaching to the Core: 2022 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
04 Aug 2022 Group Coaching Supervision
19 Jul 2022 In Person Professional Development - Coach as Provocateur: Applying a new coach approach in complex times
12 Jul 2022 Quarterly Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses
30 Jun 2022 How can you prove you’re an ethical coach? How self-supervision can support ethical practice
02 Jun 2022 Social Impact: An Antiracism Perspective
31 May 2022 Coaching to the Core: Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, May 31, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST
20 May 2022 Coaching the Grieving
19 May 2022 ICW - An exciting mosaic of coaches answer your questions
18 May 2022 ICW - The Role of Self-Care and Successful Leadership
18 May 2022 ICW - What’s Strong in You? Positive Questions Lead to Positive Change
18 May 2022 ICW - Using the MIND™ Model
17 May 2022 ICW - An immersive experience in curiosity and candor
16 May 2022 ICW - The positive impact of pro bono coaching
20 Apr 2022 Power of Pause: The New Science of Brain Breaks, Stress Reduction, and Self Care
12 Apr 2022 Quarterly Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses
25 Mar 2022 ICF Northeast Region Sponsored Event - Culture Coaching: Defining a New Field in Executive & Organizational Coaching
08 Mar 2022 2 Secret Listening Strategies to Enhance Coaches’ Active Listening
08 Mar 2022 Credentialing Live Q&A Call - March 8
01 Mar 2022 Coaching to the Core: Session 1: Setting the Foundation
01 Mar 2022 Full Series Coaching to the Core: 2022 Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
08 Feb 2022 Connecting the soulful and practical in your Coaching Practice
26 Jan 2022 Effective Debriefing for Maximum Improvement
13 Jan 2022 Group and Team Coaching – Coaching Many in today’s evolving workspace: Special Regional Event offered jointly by the ICF Northeast Chapters
06 Jan 2022 Quarterly Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses
13 Dec 2021 Coaching for Inclusive Leadership - Understanding Intersectionality and Allyship to Create Cultures of Belonging
07 Dec 2021 December Session - Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
16 Nov 2021 TIME & ACTION MASTERY! How EXACTLY to spend your time to create and sustain a thriving coaching business!
02 Nov 2021 Body, Brain, and Behavior: The Neurobiology of Experiential Coaching
27 Oct 2021 Team Coaching - the proven accelerator for Team Performance!
13 Oct 2021 Coaching Supervision - October 2021
30 Sep 2021 The Neuroscience of Bias: Special Regional Event offered jointly by the ICF Northeast Chapters
28 Sep 2021 September Session - Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
22 Sep 2021 Virtual Member Chat with ICFP Board
13 Sep 2021 The F.A.B. Formula: 5 Simple Steps to Ascend Any Boundary
17 Aug 2021 ICF Global Live Quarterly Credentialing Q&A Calls:
12 Aug 2021 2021 Summer Social
20 Jul 2021 Community Coffee - Center City Philadelphia
16 Jul 2021 Community Coffee - Wayne PA
14 Jul 2021 Coaching Supervision - July 2021
22 Jun 2021 June Session - Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
08 Jun 2021 Career Coaching in Critical Times
04 Jun 2021 “Surprise” The joy of ethics and its value for you practice!” Special Regional Event offered by the ICF Chapters of the Northeast Region of North America
20 May 2021 Open Space
19 May 2021 Coaching Beyond… Rising to the Challenges of an Ever-Changing World
18 May 2021 Easy Change vs. Hard Change (The Difference Every Coach MUST Know) Special Regional International Coaching Week Event offered by ICF Northeast Chapters
19 Apr 2021 Mini Habits: A Small Tool for Big Success
07 Apr 2021 Coaching Supervision - April 2021
01 Apr 2021 April Session - Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
01 Apr 2021 Full Series - Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Core Competencies
23 Mar 2021 Coaching in a Post Pandemic Era
18 Mar 2021 Leveraging Brain Science When Navigating Transitions
22 Feb 2021 Coaching and Race

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