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 Date:   8th August 2020, Saturday
 Time:  10:00am - 11:30am
 Cost:  FOC
 CCEU:  Core Competencies: 1 Resource Development: 0.5

ZOOM registration link:

Overview: 

In these, and other challenging times, it is sometimes hard for us to find our own internal resources. If we are feeling stressed or anxious, whilst of course pretending to be fine (because we are coaches️), then it’s no surprise we are not at our best. Lots of our clients are struggling here too. Your internal resources are the knowledge and skills that you gather from experience and then activate to allow you to regulate your emotional state, take good care of yourself, and grow in self-awareness, optimism and confidence. Kathy Tracey MCC will share her systemic understanding and practice of finding resources, using an exercise called "The Piwakawaka’s Tail”. You will find this a versatile and easy to use tool which will become your ‘go-to' tool for a range of coaching situations. Simple but powerful. It’s particularly well received in life coaching, executive coaching and career coaching. This coaching intervention is a real gift right now as it’s easy to use when coaching by phone or video link. “I put my resource tail up on the fridge – it transforms my self-belief & confidence every day!” Health Sector Manager.

Learning Outcome:

1. Understanding and practice of a new coaching tool to find resources

2. Understanding of Systemic Coaching Principles

3 Introduction to Embodied work

4. Use of Metaphor in Coaching

About the Speaker

Kathy Tracey, MCC, has regularly coached some of the most senior leaders in Government and Private sector organisations in the Channel Islands and Europe. Her clients have included many senior partners in blue chip global Law and Accountancy firms, Directors in the Finance Sector, and many Heads of Service in Government Departments. She has returned to the country of her birth and now has a coaching & training practice based in Wellington. She also offers professional supervision and mentoring.

Kathy has been a systemic practitioner for over 35 years, first in her social work practice and then transferring that philosophy and range of methodologies into her leadership development and coaching practice. Since 2014, Kathy has been studying and practicing Systemic Mapping and Constellations, predominantly under the tutelage of John Whittington in London. She was a member of the inaugural ‘Path to Mastery’ group which completed 2 years of specialised study in 2019. She has also studied with Ty Francis, Klaus Horn and experienced the work of Judith Hemming and Lyn Storey, constantly looking to build her knowledge and practice. Kathy is the co-founder of the Systemic Coach Academy of New Zealand which provides systemic coach training, mentoring and supervision. Kathy also uses Systemic Mapping and Coaching Constellations with her corporate and business clients, and for providing coach supervision.

Event Date Saturday, 08 August 2020
Event End Date Saturday, 08 August 2020
Cut off date Saturday, 08 August 2020

SINGAPORE YOUTH COACHING (CoP) 

The coaching profession today continues to build and establish its applications in different domains of our society today. Coaching as a practice with youths today is definitely one of those domains where many professional coaches operate both professionally or through various volunteer space. So as coaches continue to serve in this space, impacting the lives of all these young people, how can we as a coaching profession come together to learn, grow and innovate together so as to meet the growing demands of our young people? How can coaches today continue to strive towards improving and increasing their area of expertise and knowledge so as to create a definite impact in our leaders of tomorrow? It’s not an easy task to challenge to overcome but we certainly hope to tackle some of it through the Youth Coaching CoP Sessions.

Objectives of this CoP: 3 C’s

• C - Collaborate with each other – Providing an avenue where coaches can come together to leverage and synergize on each other’s strengths

• C – Community building – Rallying and supporting this group of coaches doing this work

• C – Commitment to grow – Setting benchmarks of professional standards and conduct as we work with young people

SINGAPORE YOUTH COACHING is hosted by Joe Chan and Diana Petrov

A youth work practitioner for the past 15 years at REACH Community Services Society (RCSS), specializing in working with children and youths in the community. Joe enjoys the challenges and thrills of this work starting as a case worker himself overseeing individuals, families and programmes till today where he is heading REACH Youth Service of RCSS in a few locations. With his dedication to coach his team of social workers, counsellors and youth workers, the team reaches out to over 800 youths every month all over Singapore through its holistic services and programmes

With a background in teaching and education management, Diana has turned to coaching to continue enabling growth, self-empowerment and success in the field of education. As an educator for the past 12 years, she has accumulated a wealth of experience and gained important insights in understanding the areas that parents, teachers and school leaders need to explore and expand to provide better support for healthy learning.  She now coaches parents, teachers and educational leaders who aspire to create positive learning environments that meet the well-being and educational needs of those under their guidance. 

Event Date Thursday, 06 August 2020
Event End Date Thursday, 06 August 2020
Cut off date Thursday, 06 August 2020
 Date:  20 July 2020
 Time:  7:00 pm to 9 pm
 Venue:  Zoom Webinar
 Fee:  Free for ICF Singapore Members

ZOOM registration link:

 

Event Date Monday, 20 July 2020
Event End Date Monday, 20 July 2020
Cut off date Monday, 20 July 2020
 Date:  16th July 2020
 Time:  12.30 pm - 2:00 pm
 Venue:  Zoom Webinar
 Fee:  Free for ICF Singapore Members
 CCEU  Core Competencies: 1 Resource Development 0.5

ZOOM registration link:

Overview: 

Today in these turbulent times, emotions are heightened and we are all in new territory. Anxiety, apprehension, fear, uncertainty, overwhelm, and worry abound. We have what the military call a VUCA environment. Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity. There many unknowns, many what ifs and the subsequent intense feelings. People need their leaders to step up, connect, support and soothe. This is an opportunity for coaches and leaders to be their best and show their character. We need leaders and leaders need emotional intelligence. In this 1st session of a 2 part series, Dr Relly Nadler will give you an overview of the EI field, history and tools that you can use with clients.

Learning Outcome:

1. Learn how mastering the moment is critical for EI success.

2. Learn 4-5 tools that enhance emotional Intelligence in the moment

3. Learn the NAME process, what to do with emotions

4. Learn a tool that the coach and client can use to raise self -awareness and self-control

 5. Learn a tool coaches can use to help leaders assess when they are in and when they are out

About the Speaker

Dr. Relly Nadler is a psychologist and Master Certified Coach (MCC). He has been coaching CEO’s and their teams for over 20 years. He is the author of 7 popular books on leadership and team building. Leading with Emotional Intelligence has 108 tools and checklists for leaders to employ in their coaching. Relly has a popular blog on Psychology Today since 2011 focusing on applied Emotional Intelligence tools. His Leadership Keys are used today as a desk reference for executives to improve their performance. Relly has trained thousands of coaches, since 2001 as a senior faculty at the College of Executive Coaching, one of the only coaching schools that you need a graduate degree to enter. Relly’s clients have included America Honda, Anheuser-Busch, Anthem, BMW, Baxter Healthcare, Coca- Cola, Comcast, DreamWorks Animation, General Motors Defense, NBC Universal, Union Bank, US Navy, and Vanguard Healthcare. As a co-host with Dr. Cathy Greenberg of “Leadership Development News” a podcast on VoiceAmerica, with over 3 million downloads in the last 4 years, he has interviewed over 300 leaders, authors and consultants about their secrets of success.

Event Date Thursday, 16 July 2020
Event End Date Thursday, 16 July 2020
Cut off date Thursday, 16 July 2020
 Date:   2nd July 2020  
 Time:  12.30 pm - 2:00 pm
 Venue:  Zoom Webinar
 Fee:  FOC
 CCEU:  Core Competencies: 1 Resource Development: 0.5

ZOOM registration link:

Overview: 

Today in these turbulent times, emotions are heightened and we are all in new territory. Anxiety, apprehension, fear, uncertainty, overwhelm, and worry abound. We have what the military call a VUCA environment. Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity. There many unknowns, many what ifs and the subsequent intense feelings. People need their leaders to step up, connect, support and soothe. This is an opportunity for coaches and leaders to be their best and show their character. We need leaders and leaders need emotional intelligence. In this 1st session of a 2 part series, Dr Relly Nadler will give you an overview of the EI field, history and tools that you can use with clients.

Learning Outcome:

  • Learn what is Emotional Intelligence? 
  • Identifying the importance of Emotional Intelligence. 
  • Ascertaining the top EI competencies for coaches? 
  • Pinpointing the main assessments for measuring Emotional Intelligence?
  • Highlighting strategies to enhance Emotional Intelligence for yourself and your clients and learning of the key derailers to your success.

About the Speaker

Dr. Relly Nadler is a psychologist and Master Certified Coach (MCC). He has been coaching CEO’s and their teams for over 20 years. He is the author of 7 popular books on leadership and team building. Leading with Emotional Intelligence has 108 tools and checklists for leaders to employ in their coaching. Relly has a popular blog on Psychology Today since 2011 focusing on applied Emotional Intelligence tools. His Leadership Keys are used today as a desk reference for executives to improve their performance. Relly has trained thousands of coaches, since 2001 as a senior faculty at the College of Executive Coaching, one of the only coaching schools that you need a graduate degree to enter. Relly’s clients have included America Honda, Anheuser-Busch, Anthem, BMW, Baxter Healthcare, Coca- Cola, Comcast, DreamWorks Animation, General Motors Defense, NBC Universal, Union Bank, US Navy, and Vanguard Healthcare. As a co-host with Dr. Cathy Greenberg of “Leadership Development News” a podcast on VoiceAmerica, with over 3 million downloads in the last 4 years, he has interviewed over 300 leaders, authors and consultants about their secrets of success.

Event Date Thursday, 02 July 2020
Event End Date Thursday, 02 July 2020
Cut off date Thursday, 02 July 2020
Date:   29 June 2020  
Time:  7.00 pm to 9 pm
Venue:  Zoom Webinar
Fee:  Free for ICF Singapore Members

Register here:
 

Event Date Monday, 29 June 2020
Event End Date Monday, 29 June 2020
Cut off date Monday, 29 June 2020

Are you new to coaching and planning to get your ACC credentials? Or are you looking to level up and get your PCC or MCC credentials? Join Lin Tan (President of ICF SG Chapter) and Debbie Hogan (Director of Membership) where they will share with you the credentialing requirements from ACC to MCC as well as tips on getting a good application together!

Details:
29th May, Friday
7pm - 8.30pm
ZOOM registration link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpdO-prTwsH9BdbEByB1UNK9id00Vcqsw5
Cost: FOC

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Event Date Friday, 29 May 2020
Event End Date Friday, 29 May 2020
Cut off date Friday, 29 May 2020