International Coaching Week (ICW)

#ICWPhilly2022


DAY 1: Hungry to Serve
MONDAY (MAY 16th)


DATE

ACTIVITY TITLE & DESCRIPTION

7 pm to 8pm ET

Hungry to Serve
The positive impact of pro bono coaching

Description: 

Many coaches choose the profession because they want to make a difference in people’s lives. Pro bono coaching and coaching in non-profit organizations can help coaches amplify that impact by making coaching available to leaders who otherwise wouldn’t have access to it.

In this session, you will hear from participants in the ICF Philadelphia’s Ignite program – an initiative spearheaded by the ICF Foundation to provide coaching to non-profit organizations whose mission aligns with the United Nations’ 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. You will also learn about the chapter’s CEAD program (Coaching Employees of African Descent) and hear from an executive coach whose practice is largely focused on coaching non-profit leaders.

Who is this for?

This session is for non-profit business leaders who are curious about how coaching can benefit them, their teams and their clients. It is also for coaches who are interested in learning more about pro bono coaching, coaching for non-profits and the great work being done by the ICF Philadelphia Chapter.

Facilitator:

Alicia Daugherty, Community Relations Chair, ICF Philadelphia

Panel:

  • Mica Alexis, CPC/ACC, Ignite Program Lead, ICF Philadelphia

  • Diane Cornman-Levy, Executive Director, Women’s Way

  • Michele Molano, Chief Operating Officer, Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence

  • Marianne Fray, Executive Director, Maternity Care Coalition

  • Christine Cavalieri, PCC, CEAD Program Lead, ICF Philadelphia

  • Judy Weinstein, ACC, executive coach

RSVP Link: ICW - Hungry to Serve


DAY 2: Hungry for Connection
TUESDAY (MAY 17th)


11:30 am to 1:00 pm ET


Hungry for connection
An immersive experience in curiosity and candor

Description:

The traditional “ice breaker” exercise enables groups to develop a quick connection to work together productively; but what if that exercise could create a deep and lasting connection? Participants in this session will experience the Fast Friends Exercise created by the UC Berkeley Greater Good in Action initiative. Working in pairs, attendees will learn how to use powerful questioning to form a stronger connection with someone new.

Who is this for?

Anyone who is curious about other people, willing to be a little vulnerable and perhaps make new friends and expand your professional network. Coaches and leaders can experience the Fast Friends technique and find ways to embed it into their practice capabilities, people strategy, or building strong social or support networks.

Facilitator:

Alicia Daugherty, PCC

RSVP Link: ICW - Hungry for Connection



DAY 3: Hungry for Knowledge
WEDNESDAY (MAY 18th)

11:30 am to 1 pm ET

Using the MIND™ Model
An interactive demonstration

Description:

In this workshop, Dr. Dawn C. Reid will present her MIND™ Model and how it can be used to explore deeper context around the client’s agenda, evoke awareness, and maintain presence. You will get an overview of breathwork tools and somatic alignment inquiry techniques that help clients/coachees mindfully and purposefully participate in the coaching process.  You will also observe the MIND™ model in action as Dr. Reid will conduct a coaching session using this model. This workshop is based on Dr. Reid’s CCE accredited,  4-week course, Mindful Coach Training & Intro to MIND™ Model.

Who is this for?

Coaches with an interest in expanding their skill set and acquiring new tools to deepen their coaching work.

Facilitator: Dr. Dawn C. Reid, ACC

RSVP LinkICW - Hungry for knowledge

5:30 pm to 6:30 pm ET

The Role of Self-Care and Successful Leadership
Ensuring the health of the leader AND the organization

Description:

How can one successfully lead a team if they are not adequately taking care of themselves?  Self-care is necessary for improved performance, promotes organizational growth, and is a major contributor to employee retention.  


During this session, attendees will learn:

1.  The importance of self-care in leadership

2. The benefits of self-care to those in leadership roles

3. The impact of leader's self-care on the team


Who is this for?

Any business leader who wants to boost the performance of themselves and their organization in a healthy way.

Facilitator: Dr. Deirdre Jones-Lowman, ACC

RSVP LinkICW - The Role of Self-Care and Successful Leadership




DAY 4: Hungry for More
THURSDAY (MAY 19th)


6 pm to 7:30 pm ET

Hungry for More
An exciting mosaic of coaches answer your questions.

Description:

This moderated session will expand on the theme of the week, “What Are You Hungry For?” and dig deeper into hot topics like: 

  • DE&I 

  • Tools and mindsets 

  • Competencies that are extra-important in a COVID-affected world

  • How to identify and promote your specialty/niche as a coach 

There will be plenty of time for a Q&A with our panelists, too! 

Who is this for?

Anyone who is interested in coaching and how it can positively impact individuals and businesses today.

Facilitator: Kim Gaber, PCC

Panel: ICF Philadelphia Coaches

RSVP LinkICW - Hungry for More




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