|| 06 April 2020
|| 7.30 pm to 9 pm
|| Zoom Webinar
|| Free for ICF Singapore Members
$10 for Non-ICF Singapore Members
|| To be advised
Coaching through Crisis: Every Coach's Guide
Covid-19. Change. Uncertainty. Work-Life. Priorities. We, as coaches, are made for these times.
A guide to: Showing up /Reframing our work as coaches / Take Inventory of our toolbox to Coach in Crisis.
In this session we will see that every ICF coach has the ability to coach through crisis. We will look at the following, along with how the 11 Competencies work to create supportive outcomes for our clients:
1. Define your audience: Who is your client and what support do they need most in these challenging times? What do they really want and need right now?
2. Know your toolbox: Taking an inventory of your coaching toolbox-- Reframing/repurposing your top tools for your client's biggest challenges today / Integrating less used tools that serve in times of uncertainty.
3. Know your stress threshold: Pandemics are stressful. Change is stressful. Crisis is stressful. Isolation is stressful. Managing our own practice through change and uncertainty is stressful. Learn about your own stress threshold, and create a concrete action plan for self care so that you can continue to hold space for your clients.
About the Speaker
Akiko is passionate about supporting organizations and individuals toward meaningful change. She has twenty years of experience managing and consulting companies through M&A, joint venture launch, market entry, and culture change. She also works with leaders in transition who are looking for new definitions and experience of authentic fulfillment, and the metrics to go with it. Her firsthand business leadership experience combined with her experience coaching leaders and organizations through critical challenges makes her highly effective with her clients.
Through NLP coaching and co-active coaching, Akiko works with clients to uncover more effective and powerful ways to lead. Trained as a designer, the collaborative design process influences her approach and helps coachees identify challenges and build actionable solutions. Her clients are based in North America, Europe, and Asia. She is a pro-bono executive and leadership coach for the Humanitarian Coach Network.