Events

    • 16 Jul 2021
    • 8:00 AM
    • 22 Apr 2022
    • 9:30 AM
    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

    • 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.

    Jan 18

    Feb 15

    Mar 15

    Apr 19

    May 17

    Jun 21

    Jul 19

    Aug 16

    Sep 20

    Oct 18

    Nov 15

    Dec 20


    • 26 Jan 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Effective Debriefing for Maximum Improvement


    As coaches, one of the most important skills we can develop is to enable effective performance debriefing.

    Steve Lefkowitz is a national and world champion skydiver with over 14,000 skydives and over 16 years in the sport. In addition to his own training, he has coached teams and individuals at all levels, and in that time he has developed specific, actionable strategies to ensure his students get the most out of every debrief.

    In this fun and informative talk, he'll be sharing his framework for:


    1. Defining goals for performance

    2. Reviewing the performance

    3. Analyzing the results of the performance

    4. Developing a plan to move forward

    CCEUs for this program: 1 Core Competencies and .5 Resource Development Credit

    Speaker: Steve Lefkowitz

    Steve Lefkowitz graduated with a chemical engineering degree from MIT in 2000. After 9 years as a management consultant, he quit his "real" job to become a full time competitive skydiver. In that time, Steve has become a multiple time national and world champion, with over 14,000 skydives and 16 years in the sport. At the same time, he and his wife built a successful skydiving coaching business that works with students and teams at all levels, focusing on both technical skydiving skills as well as team dynamics and peak performance.


     



    • 08 Feb 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Connecting the soulful and practical in your Coaching Practice

    February 8th at 6pm

    CCEUs-1 Core Competencies and .5 Resource Development Credit


    As coaches, we implicitly seek to uncover the soulfulness in our clients and use that soulfulness to create results. In this talk, we'll put some definition around what elements to look for when that soul connection is lacking. We'll connect the dots between practical techniques and soulful outcomes. Then we'll explore a simple 5-step process to bring soulfulness into practical reality where clients are facing challenges.


    Meet our Presenter: 


    Jardena is a Business Transformation Consultant, author, keynote speaker. She’s been a consultant for the better part of 25 years, with 12 years as founder and CEO of a software consultancy, with short stints in internal leadership roles. Jardena has spent the last 10 years sparking bold, disruptive thinking with corporate clients who want deliver more tangible value while being a great place to work. She’s author of the recent book “Cultivating Transformations: A leader’s guide to connecting the soulful and the practical"






    • 01 Mar 2022
    Register

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - Tuesday, March 1, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST, 1.5 Core Competencies issued

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, May 31, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST, 1.5 Core Competencies issued

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Wednesday, September 7, 2022 @ 12:00-1:45pm EST, 1.5 Core Competencies issued

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Tuesday, December 6, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST, 1.5 Core Competencies issued

    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.


    • 01 Mar 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
    Register

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - Tuesday, March 1, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, May 31, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Wednesday, September 7, 2022 @ 12:00-1:45pm EST

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Tuesday, December 6, 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.

    CCEUs- 1.5 Core Competencies Credits

    • 08 Mar 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    2 Secret Listening Strategies to Enhance Coaches’ Active Listening

    Many people believe Active Listening is the answer; however, it’s only part of the answer. Listening is primarily a cognitive activity, but it is perceived behaviorally. We’ve all fake listened at one time or another, yet others thought we were listening. The same happens to us on a regular basis.

    Some of the newest listening research (Bodie et al., 2020) has identified the 4 habits of listening. If listening is a habit, then we have more control over how we do it in our brain. Listening is important, yet only about 2% of the population has ever had listening training. Much of the listening training focuses on the nonverbals of listening, sometimes referred to as Active Listening, but neglects to cover the cognitive aspect, where meaning is made. Laura Janusik, also known as DrJListen, has devoted over 20 years of her life to researching, teaching, and training listening. Let her help you look at listening in a brand new way what will increase your coaching effectiveness!

    Learning Objectives:


    1. Participants will understand that listening is a habit over which individuals have control• Participants will identify their own dominant listening habits and listening blind spots

    2. Participants will practice listening from their blind spots

    3. Participants will practice two verbal listening solutions to create shared mean

    CCEUs- 1.5 Core Competencies Credits


    Speaker: Laura Janusik

    Allow Laura Janusik to change your thinking about listening and communication. Laura is leveraging her past to help coaches align their communication through the Power of Listening. This includes 15 years of HR Management and 20 years as a professor and scholar who became a world recognized expert in teaching/ training listening. Her PhD in Communication and MBA help her use research-based information to train effective listening and communication.

    Laura is a past president of the International Listening Association, and her research has been published internationally, and cited in publications including Forbes, HBR, The Wall Street Journal, and NPR.


    • 12 Apr 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    Register

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Quarterly Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses as part of our 2022 Community of Practice series.  This event is being co-sponsored with the ICF New England Chapter.

     

    A coach’s ability to show up confident, competent, creative, and compassionate for their clients depends on their capacity to review and reflect on their work. This experiential session, using a live group supervision session and dialog, aims to illustrate coaching supervision as a reflective practice helping coaches be attentive and present to themselves, their clients, and organizations as systems.

     

    Executive and organizational coaches working with leaders, teams, and groups are immersed in complex, evolving organizational systems. This equally applies to transition and career coaches as there is always a systemic context to the coaching work. A coach’s ability to show up confident, competent, creative, and compassionate for their clients depends on their capacity to review and reflect on their work. This experiential session will use live group supervision as a reflective practice to allow coaches to process specific coaching cases and themes from their coaching work in a supportive and psychologically safe space. Being an effective systemic coach means being attentive and present with the leaders we coach and reflecting on our work through three lenses—Self (How is my coaching client’s situation affecting me?), Others (What is the quality of my client relationship and my relationship to the client organization?), and the System (What is happening within the system/s the client operates in, and what effects are being felt by the client?).

     

    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 

     

    • 20 Apr 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Power of Pause: The New Science of Brain Breaks, Stress Reduction, and Self Care


    With our work demands getting faster and faster, and the pressure to balance home and work continually rising, brain science has now shown that the key to our most productive, creative, and happiest selves isn't working harder, it's working smarter. In this presentation, you'll discover:

    -The power of pause--and why scheduling micro-breaks charges your mental battery and how it helps avoid coaching burnout

    -How taking care of yourself and building "stress resilience" can increase both you and your clients' productivity and happiness.

    -Why your clients feel highly distractible at 3pm and how to help them double their productivity in the afternoon

    -Why multitasking is costing you and the clients you work with time and money -- and how to achieve focus in a hyper-distracted world

    -What is the best way to structure your workday to manage stress and stay calm through even the toughest projects

    -How the science behind innovation—and how understanding your own brain's "deep problem solving" network—can be the key that unlocks your world-changing ideas

    -Why the best coaches keep their mental battery charged and how they tap into states of flow and peak performance

    -How successful coaches manage their "stress debt" by making micro-investments in their wellness throughout the day.

    CCEUs- TBD


    Presenter: James Garrett

    James Garrett is a brain coach 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 30 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.


    • 31 May 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
    Register

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - Tuesday, March 1, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, May 31, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Wednesday, September 7, 2022 @ 12:00-1:45pm EST

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Tuesday, December 6, 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.


    • 02 Jun 2022
    • 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM
    • Zoom
    Register


    The year 2020 is one we will not soon forget.

    Not only did the world descend into a life-altering global pandemic, but the US became the epicenter of a racial reckoning ignited by the

    killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, among others. Despite the emergence of these traumatic events, 2020 also

    allowed us to witness the kindness, empathy and selflessness demonstrated by helping professionals worldwide. We in the coaching

    profession were among those contributing to positively transforming the countless lives of people attempting to navigate the day-to-day

    uncertainty of their lives.

    During this interactive presentation, participants will learn about the growing social impact coaching movement and how it is changing

    the coaching profession and the world. Coaches will learn how they can become involved in the movement. In addition, participants will

    be introduced to the Racial Just Us Coaching for Community Antiracism Series and learn how this innovative social impact coaching

    initiative helps clients examine core beliefs about race and racism.

    Participants will also learn why the Coaching for Community Antiracism Series rejects traditional, outdated diversity, equity and inclusion

    (DEI) training approaches to instead focus on helping clients produce their own individualized antiracism action plan capable of helping

    to create meaningful change in their personal lives, workplaces and communities.

    The presentation will conclude with a Q&A session for participants.


    Meet our Presenter: 

    André M. Brown is an expert facilitator, well-versed in creating an atmosphere of respectful conversations around challenging topics, including race. For nearly thirty years, André has assisted a diverse population improve their lives, most recently, as a clinical training specialist for the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families. Here, he developed trainings including: Cultural Competence in Child Welfare Through Self-Awareness I: The Impact of Implicit Bias and Understanding and Implementing Cultural Competence. André founded Racial Just Us, a division of Jump Street Coaching, as a way to create actionable meaningful racial change, combining his experience as a trainer and International Coaching Federation (ICF) certified coach. André currently lives in Miami, FL, where he’s grateful for the tropical beauty.





    • 12 Jul 2022
    • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
    Register

    ICF Philadelphia is thrilled to offer Quarterly Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses as part of our 2022 Community of Practice series.  This event is being co-sponsored with the ICF New England Chapter.

     

    A coach’s ability to show up confident, competent, creative, and compassionate for their clients depends on their capacity to review and reflect on their work. This experiential session, using a live group supervision session and dialog, aims to illustrate coaching supervision as a reflective practice helping coaches be attentive and present to themselves, their clients, and organizations as systems.

     

    Executive and organizational coaches working with leaders, teams, and groups are immersed in complex, evolving organizational systems. This equally applies to transition and career coaches as there is always a systemic context to the coaching work. A coach’s ability to show up confident, competent, creative, and compassionate for their clients depends on their capacity to review and reflect on their work. This experiential session will use live group supervision as a reflective practice to allow coaches to process specific coaching cases and themes from their coaching work in a supportive and psychologically safe space. Being an effective systemic coach means being attentive and present with the leaders we coach and reflecting on our work through three lenses—Self (How is my coaching client’s situation affecting me?), Others (What is the quality of my client relationship and my relationship to the client organization?), and the System (What is happening within the system/s the client operates in, and what effects are being felt by the client?).

     

    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 

     

    • 07 Sep 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
    Register

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - Tuesday, March 1, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, May 31, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Wednesday, September 7, 2022 @ 12:00-1:45pm EST

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Tuesday, December 6, 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.


    • 06 Dec 2022
    • 5:30 PM - 7:15 PM
    Register

    Session 1: Setting the Foundation - Tuesday, March 1, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    Session 2: Co-Creating the Relationship - Tuesday, May 31, 2022 @ 5:30-7:15pm EST

    Session 3: Communicating Effectively - Wednesday, September 7, 2022 @ 12:00-1:45pm EST

    Session 4: Facilitating Learning and Results - Tuesday, December 6, 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.


Past events

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
17 Nov 2021 Community Coffee - Bucks/Mont Coffee
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
15 Sep 2021 Community Coffee - Malvern Area (Exton), PA
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
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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