Events

    • 18 Jan 2022
    • 20 Dec 2022
    • 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 - 9:30 am.  Email icfphillyccc@lenserfgroup.com for more information.


    The ICF Philly CCCC will continue to be held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 8am – 9am. 9-9:15 Community engagement in the virtual “coffee shop”.

    Jan 18

    Feb 15

    Mar 15

    Apr 19

    May 17

    Jun 21

    Jul 19

    Aug 16

    Sep 20

    Oct 18

    Nov 15

    Dec 20


    • 16 Feb 2022
    • 21 Dec 2022
    • 10 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
    • 23 Feb 2022
    • 30 Nov 2022
    • 9 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 Margaret Uhrich  MUhrich@meainfo.org
    • 21 Oct 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Zoom
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    Imposter Syndrome

    October 21, 2022

    3.5 CCE - 2 Core, 1.5 RD

    Imposter Syndrome is a common experience for nearly all of us - finding ourselves in a situation where we feel inadequate to the task or the audience, and fearing exposure and/or failure, which is daunting. For coaches, this could happen with clients who are suffering themselves from this sense of not being up to what is expected. One way out of Imposter Syndrome is to reconnect to your "core" - the power source of all that you do. From that place of self-power, nothing you do is as an imposter. This two-hour session will address these points through stories, some analysis of coaching presence, breakout discussions, small groups of the participants' own experiences and learning re: Imposter Syndrome and a wrap-up with a reminder of resources available to use for self-improvement or with clients.


    Cat Newberry, MS, CPCC, MCC, ICF Certified Assessor has 30 years of global corporate HR experience in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, and translates this unique knowledge into compelling coaching and mentoring. She is co-founder and Principal at Creative Coaching Certification Partners, specializes in training coaches at the ACC and PCC levels, and serves as a Mentor Coach for MCC candidates. Cat approaches the training of coaches with the joy of welcoming others to the privilege of changing the world, one client at a time.

    Susan Marc Lawley, PhD, BCC, MCC, MCEC is a highly regarded executive coach, consultant, award-winning entrepreneur, esteemed academic and devoted coach trainer. As an intuitor and an integrator, Sue supports participants in “connecting the dots” in their coaching. As an expert in creativity, Sue brings novel ways of looking at topics, generates expansive thinking, and leaves coach mentees feeling confident, encouraged and refreshed.



    • 01 Nov 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
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    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Tuesday, November 1, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Coaching to the Core: A Training Series on the ICF Competencies as part of our 2022 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. 

    Lisa Pachence – MCC 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 Master Certified Coach (MCC), 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, chasing her two cats, or hosting virtual vino hours.


    • 16 Nov 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM
    • Zoom
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    Behind the Curtain: What it "Really" Takes to Build Your Successful Coaching Business!

    November 16, 2022

    CCEUs- 1.75 Resource Development Credits




    “You must use Social Media to grow your business.” “Easily grow to six figures with minimal effort.” “Earn loads of money while you sleep.” “Effortlessly attract perfect high-paying clients!”

    These are real examples of the promises we’re receiving from 20-30-year-old “gurus” who make it all sound so simple and easy. We can sometimes feel like we’re the only ones struggling. (Or if not struggling per se, making a million dollars.)

    You are not alone. Here are some real truths:

    ● Creating and growing a coaching business is not easy. If it were, everybody would be doing it.

    ● There are no “must” marketing strategies. There’s what works, and what works FOR YOU.

    ● Marketing/Sales can be enjoyable if you are open to it.


    In this program, you will not be TOLD to do anything. Rather, you will complete a simple but powerful Business Development Self-Assessment, which outlines 8 key elements to have a successful coaching business. (Success as YOU define it, by the way.)

    Then, based on the group results, you will vote on which areas you would like to learn, and we’ll take a deep dive into the business development topics that are most relevant to you! You’ll walk away with improved self-awareness and some practical tools to help you grow your business in a manner that is ethical, dignified, and concrete...no empty promises.


    Presenters:

    Michael Rocks is a 23-year veteran business coach and speaker. In 2000, he partnered with ICF Founder Thomas Leonard and embarked on the “Coach U Millennium Tour,” where they met thousands of coaches, most of whom were struggling to build their businesses. Since then, has helped over 500 individual and 1,500 small group clients grow their businesses.


    Amy Salapski has over 25 years of experience specializing in Organizational and Talent Development. She left her corporate job at the start of the pandemic and hired Michael as her business coach. She achieved her first-year revenue goal using his business development system and applying her own innovative approaches. Amy continues to serve corporate clients while also partnering with Michael to help coaches and solopreneurs grow their businesses



    • 10 Jan 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Zoom
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    Emotional Alignment in Teams

    with Dan Newby from The School of Emotions

    January 10, 2023 

    12:00 pm-1:30 pm


    The Event

    The way we typically try to align a team is through their vision, mission, objectives, or behaviors. What we’ve completely missed is that all of these are based on or driven by emotions. If we don’t align the emotions of all individuals into a team mood we are missing the boat.

    Coaches will learn to identify a team’s current mood, their ideal mood, and how to close the gap. Dan has used this methodology with a wide variety of team types and sizes and they are always amazed at the new possibilities it introduces, including:

    How to introduce emotion into your individual or group coaching

    How to show a team the power of working with their emotions

    How to help a team identify their current and ideal moods and how to close the gap

    Learning Objectives

    • Explore the purpose of supervision in relation to duty of care
    • Explore self-supervision and share ways to expand this practice
    • Gain clarity on what you do with the outcomes and learnings from supervision
    • Gain clarity on how you know what to take to supervision
    • Understand what effective self-supervision looks like

    Meet our speaker

    Dan is a champion for Emotional Literacy, and works with leaders, educators, and coaches worldwide. His passion is helping emotional literacy become common sense and emotions a tool for daily use.

    He has authored four books on emotional literacy and its application to coaching. He regularly leads his course Emotions-Centered Coaching for coaches and “people who support people” including leaders, therapists, educators, faith leaders, and parents.

    He has worked with leaders in the U.S., Germany, Italy, El Salvador, Mexico, Slovakia, UK, Singapore and Canada. His coaching clients come from manufacturing, educational organizations, and NGOs. He often combines individual and group work and is the originator of Emotions-Centered Coaching. Dan is also a ICF PCC with over 7,000 coaching hours.



Past events

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!
12 Nov 2021 Community Coffee - Wilmington, DE
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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