Upcoming events

20
Nov
2017

Creative Skills in Personal Development

S$10.00

Topic: Creative Skills in Personal Development

Event Information:

Andre will be presenting on creative skills in personal development. He will speak on how creative skills can be used in life coaching. He will identify key techniques from the performing arts that can help people find more creative ways of problem solving and relating to others. He will then explore the importance of being able to shift between different roles and narratives. He will also talk about effective and creative communication techniques (verbal and non-verbal). He may also discuss how he has utilised these ideas in his work as a life coach in London.

Speaker Profile:  

AndreI am an experienced psychotherapist and life coach. I have a practice in Harley Street, London. I am writing a book about using creativity in coaching for transformation. I specialise in topics like mindfulness, creative therapy, coaching and drama therapy.

 

20
Nov
2017

Peer Coaching Circle - Nov 2017

20-11-176:30 pm -8:30 pm
Impact HUB, 29A Cuppage Road, opposite 313 Somerset Shopping Mall.
S$10.00

 EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Note: ICF Members only

Join us for Peer Coaching and connect with other coaches as we co-create a space for learning, sharing and mutual support in service of further developing ourselves as professional coaches. We will be facilitating the case study format - a tried and true peer coaching process that delivers valuable learning for all present. We will need a 'case provider' for the session, so let us know if you would like to submit a current coaching challenge as the case study. You will gain 2 ICF Core Competency CCEUs towards your certification or renewal. To ensure full engagement, participation is limited to the first 8 member coaches that register. Open to current ICF Members only.

Hope to see you there!
Isabel & Kathrin

Your Hosts:

Isabel SchererIsabel Scherer
Isabel with a Business Management & Accounting education background, originally pursued a career path in the vibrant Fashion world as a Marketing and Sales Country-manager. For the last 3 Years she has made her own career transition into Business Consulting, HR; finding her true vocational fulfilment as a coach and trainer for mutual personal grow & career development.

While initially Isabel envisioned herself leading a large international company, she now finds fulfilment serving as Director of Keystone Business Consulting which includes professional coaching services for individual employees, teams and leaders. She lives her motto which is by asking and teaching others how to ask the right questions to releases the potential within and around them.

 

Kathrin Krause-HarderKathrin Krause-Harder
With a background in Political Science and Sociology, Kathrin spent most of her professional career in the TV news business. She has worked and lived on three continents and calls Singapore home since 2008. Being interested and involved in human performance and leadership throughout her professional career, she eventually completely transitioned into the Learning & Development field by completing her studies in Professional Human Resource Management, which led then to a further interest in developing her skills as a coach. Her focus is now on intercultural training, women in leadership programs and business coaching.

22
Nov
2017

How to Be a Direct Communicator Without Crossing the Line into Being Too Directive.

22-11-1710:00 am -11:30 am
Online (Link to be sent 1 day before webinar)
S$10.00

Topic: How to Be a Direct Communicator Without Crossing the Line into Being Too Directive.

ICF Singapore Members : Free (Please log in to register for the webinar)

The ability to communicate effectively during coaching sessions, and to use language that has the greatest positive impact on the client is the 7th coaching core competency. Join Senior Faculty and ICF Global Board Director 2007-2013, Marilyn O’Hearne, MSW, MCC to advance your coaching (and your coaching business) by flexing your potentially powerful Direct Communication muscle. In this interactive dialogue we will define the competency and discover together the distinctions in being direct versus being directive. Direct Communication will be demonstrated through examples and brief scenario role-plays with collective debriefs to expand learning.

This webinar is designed to strengthen this underutilized and sometimes misunderstood competency - and your exam performance.

About the presenter:

Marilyn O’HearneMarilyn O’Hearne, MA MCC, Thomas Leonard Achievement Award recipient
Website : www.marilynoh.com

Marilyn is a globally experienced and recognized (since 1998) Culturally Intelligent Leadership, Team, and Mentor Coach, including for United Nations leaders. Marilyn provides a trustworthy, secure launching pad for rocketing from overwhelm to transformation. Her training and experience include US, UK and Bali based coaching programs, two years Systems training, living in Spain and Brazil and teaching, training, speaking and coaching extensively in Asia Pacific. This included serving as University Adjunct Professor in Hong Kong and Malaysia in International Business and Organizational Behavior.

Her passion for intercultural competency in coaching led her to develop her Culturally Intelligent Coaching Programs - both a Direct Communications Course (recognizing cultural differences) and a Culturally Confident Credentialing Mentor Coaching Program.

For 6 years she was on the ICF Global Board of Directors, Association of Coach Training Organization's Board, ICF Advance Cultural Competency Advisory Team.

She co-authored “The Intersection of Culture and Ethics” for Law and Ethics in Coaching. Her book “Breaking Free from Bias” was published in 2017. Her blog continues to inspire and inform.

"Marilyn is a gentle, spiritual soul, and yet powerful and provocative at the same time.” (Coach trainee)

About the facilitator:

TarunaTaruna Aggarwal, ACC

Taruna is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC). Taruna works with her clients to Be the Best That they Can, given their unique set of circumstances and mindsets. She guides her clients to Realign and Redefine Goals for a Holistic living. Her Trust based Coaching Relationship enables clients to experience a safe space where fresh possibilities and options emerge and transformation begins. She focuses on Life Coaching – Work-life balance, Career path, Personal & Professional Leadership, Self-esteem and Relationship management. She designs and delivers Workshops and Seminars for Youth Empowerment and Skills for Success in the age of disruption.

Note : Registration will close at 2359 hours on 21 November 2017.

24
Nov
2017

Part 2 – Review of Recorded Coaching Competency Session (2 CCEUs)

24-11-1712:00 pm -2:30 pm
78 Bayshore Road (S469991)
S$15.00

HOSTED BY:

Avni Martin, PCC, Mentor Coach, Trainer, Head of ICF Singapore Science & Research & Project Facilitator
Nancy Hughes, MCC, Mentor Coach, Leadership Coach & Facilitator
Debbie Hogan, PCC, Mentor Coach, ACTP Course Trainer
Dave Hogan, PCC, Mentor Coach, ACTP Course Trainer

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Part 2 – Review of Recorded Coaching Competency Session (2 CCEUs) Join us on 24th November for an engaging feedback and discussion about the ICF Core Competency Coaching Session pre-recorded on 10th November (see Part 1 under Events). It aims to deepen our understanding of the competencies, its applications, challenges, and explore ideas to overcome them. The session will also explore ways to sharpen the core competencies markers.
This event has very limited spaces due to small venue size and for the purpose of the project priority will be given to those coaches who are participating in the recorded sessions as ‘coaches’ or 'clients'.

Advance registration is essential, $10 for members, $15 non-members. Please email avni@icfsingapore.org to register.

These sessions are part of a pioneering project led by Avni Martin, Head of ICF Singapore Science & Research Committee to create video demonstrations of the 11 ICF Core Competencies to be published on the ICF Singapore website for members.

Note : Email avni@icfsingapore.org for exact address.

27
Nov
2017

November ICF Chapter Meeting

ICF Singapore Members Networking


Synopsis :


Exploring the Power of Team Coaching - An overview, a client panel and an experience

The ICF Singapore Chapter Team Coaching Community of Practice, welcomes you to an evening of immersion in team coaching.

Divided into three parts, the evening will include:

  • a brief review of the best best bits from books by leading practitioners
  • a panel discussion with experienced team coaches
  • an experience of a team coaching activity aimed at building trust and safety in teams

As coaching clients around the globe begin to truly understand the impact of one-to-one coaching, it's no surprise that coaches are increasingly applying their skills to teams and helping them get powerful results using a coaching approach.

Like anything new, the question 'What is team coaching?' is still being discovered and debated - is it facilitation? consulting? action learning? While we do not propose to know the 'correct' answer (we can have that debate another evening), tonight we want to give you an experience of team coaching by exploring it from three angels. We'll start by sharing the best bits of learning books written by expert practitioners; we will facilitate a panel discussion of team coaches talking about their practice and finally we will immerse you in an experiential activity used to help team members explore and build trust in order to do their best work together.

We hope you can join us for an exciting evening.

Speaker Bio


 Anisha KaulAnisha Kaul, PCC, CPCC, CTPC
An organisational psychologist by training, over the past two decades Anisha has coached leaders and teams across all industries and functions. Her passion for leadership development began while working as a management consultant on the people-side of large-scale transformation programs. Anisha draws on frameworks including Immunity to Change, Theory U, Action Learning and Systemic Team Coaching to create an environment of safety and collaboration for team members to strengthen their relationships, exchange ideas and align on solutions. Actively involved in the coaching community, Anisha served as president of the ICF Singapore Chapter from 2014-2016.

Saba HasanieSaba Hasanie, MBA, PCC
An Executive Coach and Facilitator with global experience across North America, Europe and Asia. She combines her commercial experience in M&A with her neuroscience-based approach to behavioral change. Saba is passionate about helping people and dedicated to contributing to the community and coaching profession. Saba is currently pursing he Doctorate in Applied Neuroscience for Leadership. Saba sat on the Executive Committee of the ICF for three consecutive years, finally serving as VP-President of ICF and Global Ethics Committee Chair and currently serves on the Nomination and Selection Panel.


Hermann DitzigHermann Ditzig, MSc., MA, ACC
An Executive and Leadership Coach with over 17 years experience coaching leaders. He has another 20 years experience as an OD and Learning professional designing and delivering corporate leadership programs. His personal leadership experience comes from his early service as a commissioned officer in the US Army, as a Partner and SVP in charge of the Asia-Pacific Management Development Business for a British consulting firm, and most recently having served on the Executive Committee of the Singapore chapter of the ICF since 2014 where he started and led the Research Committee in 2015 and served as the 2016-2017 President.

 


Note :
7:30-8:00pm - Networking / 8:00-9:15pm - Program

 

11
Dec
2017

December ICF Chapter Meeting

Synopsis to be updated

Note : 7:30-8:00pm - Networking / 8:00-9:15pm - Program

 

08
Jan
2018

ICF Singapore Members Networking

08-01-186:00 pm -10:00 pm
Free

ICF Singapore Members Networking

Come join us to chill out, share a laugh and network with fellow coaches!

Everyone is welcomed!