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    • 18 Mar 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
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    Change heightens emotional reactions. Change and transition represent opportunities.

    Neuroscience, when combined with an understanding of the predictable dynamics during transition, can make transparent what happens in the brain when emotions are heightened. Neuroscience can equip us with keys to unlock the chemistry behind behaviors and offer techniques useful in up-regulating positive reactions and down-regulating negative reactions.

    In this presentation, I will share a neuroscience informed transition framework, a brief illustration of how the framework can be applied and a recent case study.

    Key Learning Takeaways

    1. Understand the powerful, predictable dynamics at play throughout transitions

    2. Observe how a neuroscience informed framework can be applied when experiencing transition

    3. Learn how neuroscience can be used to make communication more effective

    Participants will receive 1 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs


    Speaker: Mary Brunelle Simon MS, PCC, C-IQ

    Mary is a respected, trusted executive coach with 20 years of experience who focuses on results and ROI.

    Recognized as an enterprise-wide partner who has coached leaders and teams in 17 industries; authored a book about negotiation strategies; acquired a certification in brain science/neuroscience, and is a former member of faculty/staff at The Wharton School of Business (Univ. of PA). Her experience translates (for clients) into confidence and momentum toward outcomes/goals.

    With earned reputation for impact, she has spearheaded alignment between individual contributors and executives and has facilitated resolution of sensitive, high stakes critical business situations.


     



    • 23 Mar 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
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    The pandemic has been referred to as a pandemic with multiple crises occurring at the same time – public health, economic and social justice. The need for courage, caring and compassion collided with COVID-19 in a year like no other. This novel collision and compounding of events have not left a soul or being untouched, unaffected or unscathed. To make matters worse, the political wars added another layer of harm impacting relationships that were already strained due to social and physical isolation due to the CDC guidelines to manage the public health crisis.

    Burnout, personal loss, grief, anxiety and stress in various degrees cloaked collective American psyches with little to no reprieve. People that had to work experienced anxiety over getting sick and risking death. Others had to stay home due to telecommuting, being furloughed or terminated from employment. The convergence of COVID and the epidemic of multiple stressors caused parallel pandemics. The very public and brutal murder of George Floyd sparked a collective outrage across the country during a lockdown that forced us to watch this ghastly recurrence of police brutality on a loop. The lockdown also forced parents to suddenly home school children of all ages creating another layer of stress, frustration and in some cases, anger.

    Post-COVID Stress Disorder (PCSD). Emerging literature measures the impact of various traumatic stressors related to COVID-19, as well as the effects of less severe types of stress exposures. COVID-19 has already led to diverse mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, and other trauma- and stress-related disorders. Different groups have met the qualifying criteria for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) according to DSM-5 as a result of the pandemic: those who have themselves suffered from serious COVID-19 illness and potential death; individuals who, as family members and health care workers, have witnessed others’ suffering and death; individuals who have learned about the death or risk of death of a family member or friend due to the virus; and individuals who have experienced extreme exposure to aversive details (eg, journalists, first responders, medical examiners, and hospital personnel). It is estimated that there are millions of Americans suffering from PCSD that are undiagnosed and untreated. This is evidenced by the increase in suicides, overdoses, drinking and other societal ills compared to pre-pandemic statistics.

    Coaching. Coaches had to shift to a virtual paradigm after being on hold during the initial response and reaction to the lockdown with businesses struggling and, in some cases, shutting down. Virtual coaching is the predominant modality to reach clients but we are all different and forever changed from this experience. After all, coaches are people too and are not immune from the effects of the pandemic. Concepts of self-regulation, interoception, establishing therapeutic relationships, utilizing a holistic approach and cognitive restructuring and positive expectancy are needed for today’s coaching clientele. In other words, the overarching theme for today’s coaching is to empower clients to manage yourself versus managing the environment and focusing on what you have power and control over.

    Learning Objectives

    The audience will:

    1) Learn and recognize effects of Post COVID Stress and symptoms

    2) Understand the impact of PCSD on the coaching relationship and continued engagement

    3) Learn the relationship between coaching principles and the principles of Cognitive Restructuring.

    4) Learn concepts of self-regulation, interoception and exposure narrative along with other techniques to support the post pandemic coaching client

    .75 Core, .75 RD CCEs


    Speaker: Dr. Katie Boston-Leary

    Katie Boston-Leary is a trained executive coach with training from the College of Executive Coaching and the John Maxwell Coaching Program. She is DISC certified and provides coaching to doctoral students, graduates from the Stanford University’s “What’s Next?” Course and Luminus Health’s LEAD Academy graduates. She redesigned the Nurse Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland with an embedded coaching program Katie is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing and the School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. She is also a certified clinical trauma professional which focuses n Trauma, PTSD, Grief and Loss

     



    • 01 Apr 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Competencies as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Lisa Pachence - PCC, Owner of LP Coaching, Mentor Coach and Speaker - will lead an engaging 4-part series that introduces the new ICF core competencies, and helps coaches deepen their client impact using the competency framework. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of active application of the ICF Core Competencies.

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - April 1, 2021

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, June 22, 2021

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Tuesday, September 28, 2021

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Wednesday, October 13, 2021


    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 new 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. 

     Lisa Pachence – PCC is an Executive Life and Leadership Coach to big-hearted, high-achievers who crave extraordinary impact without the exhaustion. As an Elite Coach for coaches, entrepreneurs, and executives, Lisa brings deep insights, practical tactics, and masterful partnership to enact transformative life and business changes. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Mentor Coach, Speaker, and founder of LP Coaching and Consulting, which offers designer coaching to clients such as Google execs, start-up founders, and entrepreneurs. When she isn’t leading a coach-training program, deep-diving with clients, or teaching a workshop, she’s traveling the world with her husband (pre-2020), chasing her two cats, or hosting virtual vino hours.


    • 07 Apr 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his 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 quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of coaching supervision.

    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 lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build 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.)

    Participants will receive 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    Pre-work for 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? 

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting. He is a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor and 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 many years in the corporate world and co-founded the learning division responsible for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm.

    Ken is passionate about establishing a mindful reflective practice where leaders and coaches increase self-awareness and agility in the moment and foster the courage to confront and shift the self-limiting mindsets/behaviors that undermine effectiveness.

    Ken is a Master Corporate Executive Coach and an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. He is also a member of CSA’s International Faculty, contributor for CSA North America program and a member of EMCC International’s Coaching Supervision workgroup.


    • 19 Apr 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Mini Habits: A Small Tool for Big Success

    Habits are our brain's go to tool to tackle almost any goal or task, which is why helping your clients get in the driver’s seat of their habit-making machinery can be a game changer. You’ll walk away with everything you need to help your clients know to start making measurable change. Just like learning how to play the piano, learning how to form positive habits is a skill set. Attendees will learn concrete strategies and habit-building systems that will de-mystify why habit-building and behavior change are so hard, and how you can help your client overcome their internal obstacles. This presentation will: -Start with conversation around habits -- why they matter, why your brain automatically creates them. -Move into the basics of neuroplasticity and how the brain rewires itself. -Introduce challenges the brain has with motivation and willpower -Have a discussion about the five top reasons why mini-habits are such a powerful tool. -Have participants experience making their own habit-tracking system to use in their own habits that they want to create. -Have participants bring up specific situations where they're trying to coach a client through behavior change and workshop the challenges.

    Learning objectives

    1. Participants will be able to walk their clients through a habit planning process and be their guide as they flexibly implement the plan.

    2. Participants will receive a deep understanding of the latest science of behavior change, including the neuroscience behind such change.

    3. They'll also walk away with concrete tools such as habit tracking, habit, stacking, and how to apply new evidence-based tools to break bad habits such as "Adding Friction" and "Habit Substitution."


    Participants will receive 1 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs


    Speaker: James Garrett

    James Garrett is a brain coach, brainhacker, and founder of Brain by Design. He’s spoken on stages ranging from Harvard to TEDx and his work has been featured by The New York Times, FastCompany, and Harvard Business Review. He spent years doing research with some of the best psychologists in the world at Columbia, Tufts, and Yale. He's a content creator and course builder and his course on the science of coaching has been rated as one of the best courses for coaches and is currently certified by ICF for continuing coach education credits. He's a certified coach through the Whole Fit coaching program. He also built one of the only brain-based positive psychology curricula in the Middle East and trained thousands of Arab youth in partnership with Queen Rania of Jordan. A rare combination of scientist, trainer, and entrepreneur, in 2019 James launched the Deep Change Project, a personal journey to discover what’s possible at the outer edges of neuroplasticity and to overcome fear.



     



    • 18 May 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Details coming soon. Join us for a Premier Event hosted by the ICF Chapters across the Northeast Region. More details to come, but how excited are we to have Michael Bungay Stanier – Author of the Coaching Habit – join us!

    Register today!!!


    Speaker: Michael Bungay Stanier


    Michael Bungay Stanier is the author of six books which between them have sold more than a million copies. He’s best known for The Coaching Habit, the best-selling coaching book of the century and already recognized as a classic. Michael was a Rhodes Scholar and plays the ukulele badly. He’s Australian, and lives in Toronto, Canada. Learn more at www.MBS.works.

     



    • 08 Jun 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
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    In an economy predicated by constant change, coaching professionals around the issue of how to navigate career transitions is becoming an increasingly sought-after skill. The challenge of career transition is an opportunity to identify new career choices, unlimited by the constraints of a current or recent role. Coaching clients through something as important as their working lives can be enormously rewarding. It is however, a particularly vulnerable time in an individual’s life as the stakes are high and depending on the reason for transition, a person’s level of confidence can also be impacted. Trust is therefore key in the coaching relationship. As the relationship develops, the Coach will play a critical role in developing career goals, thinking through career strategies and designing career paths. Partnering with clients is more than a step-by-step process, it is an intentional, deliberate and delicate balance of exploration, insight and discovery.

    In this session, participants will:

    1.Gain insight into the psychology of career transitions

    2. Explore new career paradigm shifts

    3. Develop coaching strategies to foster client confidence

    4. Examine a framework for career decision making Review a case study

    1 Core, .5 RD CCE

    Speaker: Dr. Crystal Clay

    Dr. Crystal Clay is the Founder of Olive Branch Consulting, a company that supports clients’ efforts to reinvent or reposition themselves for maximum meaningful impact. Dr. Clay is a trained Executive Coach through the College of Executive Coaching. She is Gallup Strengths Coach, a Certified Emotional Intelligence Coach, a Diversity Facilitator through Harvard’s Conflict Management Group and holds a PhD in Organisational Leadership. Her expertise builds upon her experience as a Talent Development Leader in global organisations. Dr. Clay has used every decade of her life to take on new challenges and reinvent herself in some way.


    • 22 Jun 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Competencies as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Lisa Pachence - PCC, Owner of LP Coaching, Mentor Coach and Speaker - will lead an engaging 4-part series that introduces the new ICF core competencies, and helps coaches deepen their client impact using the competency framework. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of active application of the ICF Core Competencies.

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - April 1, 2021

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, June 22, 2021

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Tuesday, September 28, 2021

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Wednesday, October 13, 2021


    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 new 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. 

     Lisa Pachence – PCC is an Executive Life and Leadership Coach to big-hearted, high-achievers who crave extraordinary impact without the exhaustion. As an Elite Coach for coaches, entrepreneurs, and executives, Lisa brings deep insights, practical tactics, and masterful partnership to enact transformative life and business changes. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Mentor Coach, Speaker, and founder of LP Coaching and Consulting, which offers designer coaching to clients such as Google execs, start-up founders, and entrepreneurs. When she isn’t leading a coach-training program, deep-diving with clients, or teaching a workshop, she’s traveling the world with her husband (pre-2020), chasing her two cats, or hosting virtual vino hours.


    • 14 Jul 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his 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 quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of coaching supervision.

    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 lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build 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.)

    Participants will receive 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    Pre-work for 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? 

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting. He is a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor and 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 many years in the corporate world and co-founded the learning division responsible for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm.

    Ken is passionate about establishing a mindful reflective practice where leaders and coaches increase self-awareness and agility in the moment and foster the courage to confront and shift the self-limiting mindsets/behaviors that undermine effectiveness.

    Ken is a Master Corporate Executive Coach and an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. He is also a member of CSA’s International Faculty, contributor for CSA North America program and a member of EMCC International’s Coaching Supervision workgroup.


    • 13 Sep 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Join iPEC Graduate and Wellness Expert Sarah Carkner as she shares The F.A.B. Formula, a newly developed powerful process to handle life’s challenges. She will guide you through 5 simples steps to ascend any boundary and whats exciting is that you will not only be the student but you will be the teacher as well! You will be the first group to be taken through this newly developed process and your feedback will be welcome. A foundational principle of coaching is that each person we meet is our teacher and student so our intention is to put this concept into practice in a very fun and interactive way.

    Learning Objectives

    • Participants will increase their understanding of how psychological factors influence involvement and performance in their life and how participation in written exercise influences the psychological and physiological makeup of the individuals involved.
    • This workshop will also help students develop their own use of psychological skills to help enable them to succeed in their various domains.
    • Finally, we will explore the role of foundational coaching principles as it relates to the topics in this workshop.

    Participants will receive 1 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs


    Speaker: Sarah Bernardi Carkner


    Sarah Carkner is the Founder of F.A.B. Empowers, a Certified Empowerment Coach, Adjunct Professor and Fitness Instructor. Sarah has appeared as the guest expert Life Coach on Navigating Your Life with Nat Williams, has won PhillyFits "Most Fun Workout" and has taught fitness and wellness classes for over two decades. Sarah also co-authored the Amazon best selling books Empowering Transformations for Woman and Journey to Joy. With a background in Neuroscience and Wellness Management she is passionate about the brain and body connection. Currently she teaches Biopsychology, Health Promotion, and Fitness Leadership locally at Eastern University.



    • 28 Sep 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Competencies as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Lisa Pachence - PCC, Owner of LP Coaching, Mentor Coach and Speaker - will lead an engaging 4-part series that introduces the new ICF core competencies, and helps coaches deepen their client impact using the competency framework. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of active application of the ICF Core Competencies.

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - April 1, 2021

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, June 22, 2021

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Tuesday, September 28, 2021

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Wednesday, October 13, 2021


    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 new 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. 

     Lisa Pachence – PCC is an Executive Life and Leadership Coach to big-hearted, high-achievers who crave extraordinary impact without the exhaustion. As an Elite Coach for coaches, entrepreneurs, and executives, Lisa brings deep insights, practical tactics, and masterful partnership to enact transformative life and business changes. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Mentor Coach, Speaker, and founder of LP Coaching and Consulting, which offers designer coaching to clients such as Google execs, start-up founders, and entrepreneurs. When she isn’t leading a coach-training program, deep-diving with clients, or teaching a workshop, she’s traveling the world with her husband (pre-2020), chasing her two cats, or hosting virtual vino hours.


    • 13 Oct 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the New ICF Competencies as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Lisa Pachence - PCC, Owner of LP Coaching, Mentor Coach and Speaker - will lead an engaging 4-part series that introduces the new ICF core competencies, and helps coaches deepen their client impact using the competency framework. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of active application of the ICF Core Competencies.

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - April 1, 2021

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, June 22, 2021

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Tuesday, September 28, 2021

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Wednesday, October 13, 2021


    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 new 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. 

     Lisa Pachence – PCC is an Executive Life and Leadership Coach to big-hearted, high-achievers who crave extraordinary impact without the exhaustion. As an Elite Coach for coaches, entrepreneurs, and executives, Lisa brings deep insights, practical tactics, and masterful partnership to enact transformative life and business changes. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Mentor Coach, Speaker, and founder of LP Coaching and Consulting, which offers designer coaching to clients such as Google execs, start-up founders, and entrepreneurs. When she isn’t leading a coach-training program, deep-diving with clients, or teaching a workshop, she’s traveling the world with her husband (pre-2020), chasing her two cats, or hosting virtual vino hours.


    • 13 Oct 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his 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 quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of coaching supervision.

    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 lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build 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.)

    Participants will receive 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    Pre-work for 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? 

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting. He is a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor and 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 many years in the corporate world and co-founded the learning division responsible for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm.

    Ken is passionate about establishing a mindful reflective practice where leaders and coaches increase self-awareness and agility in the moment and foster the courage to confront and shift the self-limiting mindsets/behaviors that undermine effectiveness.

    Ken is a Master Corporate Executive Coach and an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. He is also a member of CSA’s International Faculty, contributor for CSA North America program and a member of EMCC International’s Coaching Supervision workgroup.


    • 27 Oct 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Expanding on and correlating the newly framed ICF Team Coaching Competencies, DJ Mitsch, MCC, will lead participants through a highly experiential overview of team coaching, the impact it can have on change initiatives, and how Team coaches can best leverage their approaches to create impact and sustainability in the organizations they serve.

    Participants will receive 1 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs

    Speaker: Darelyn “DJ” Mitsch, MCC

    DJ Mitsch is a pioneer Team Coach, one of the first 25 Master Certified Coaches in the world and 6th Past President Global ICF. DJ is known for promoting global chapter development and board representation as she served as a founding board member for six formative years. DJ created the original Extraordinary Game program for Team Coaching which has be renamed in 2008 as The Team Advantage, the complete process for organizational transformation. Launching the first corporate coaching company in 1993, DJ and Barry Mitsch have led thousands of Team coaching programs, and trained close to 1,000 coaches throughout the world to deliver this signature program. Hired by a broadcast CEO to help set strategy in early 1995 , DJ developed the first extraordinary team coaching experience supporting a news and sports network organization with extraordinary outcomes - $2MM additional dollars to their bottom line, securing a piece of equipment for their network affiliates that had been back ordered for two years, and creating a new strategy that would elevate profitability and energize their workforce… all within 4 months. The leader called her coaching program the Extraordinary Game! The program has seen several improvements and iterations over the years, retitled the Team Advantage in 2008 and now coaches throughout the world have learned to deliver and trust the process, while expanding their coaching skills to focus on team dynamics, leadership capabilities, conflict resolution and the notion to celebrate even small wins.


     



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