Webinar Topic: Relational Presence for Coaches
8:00 pm to 9:30 pm
ICF Singapore Members: Free (Please log in to register for the webinar)
CCEUs: Core Competencies 1.5
Focusing on four ICF core competencies, this webinar equips coaches with the core elements from the Relational Presence methodology to increase their coaching effectiveness by expanding their capacity for presence.
In this 90 minute webinar held by videoconference, coaches will learn a way of “being with” their clients that heightens trust and intimacy, enriches coaching presence, deepens active listening, and fine tunes direct communication.
Coaches will leave this webinar with a fresh take on their way of being with clients that supports the ICF Core Competencies. Coaches will be trained to use their newly expanded capacity for presence in full service of their clients.
Demonstrations will be provided with volunteers so that all attendees will have direct experience in seeing how presence affects the relationship.
Please refer to the ICF article on this subject at: https://coachfederation.org/blog/a-way-to-be
- Establishing trust, and knowing what trust is. How do you know when you have it?
- How do you know you have presence? Learn to stay open, confident, and flexible. Discover where you are most present and where you can improve.
- How do you stay focused on your client? Learn to listen for meaning, and how to hold back from your own interpretations of what's being said.
- Learn how relational presence affects all of the coaching competencies, and gain 3 key skills to use for success with every coaching encounter.
About the speakers:
|Facilitators Tina Mertel and Pam Noda are seasoned trainers of Relational Presence (also known as Speaking Circles®).
Each of them regularly facilitates Relational Presence workshops both for the public and in organizations. Both use Relational Presence in coaching sessions with their clients.
Experience has taught them that being in Relational Presence with clients is the ground of coaching wisdom.
From there emerges a coach’s sense of what to say when and which skills/tools to apply. From there emerges a client’s inner knowing and call to action.
This combination is what yields inspired coaching from the coach and inspired results for the client.
For more on Relational Presence and coaching, see: https://coachfederation.org/blog/a-way-to-be
This event does not represent ICF’s endorsement of a particular tool, methodology, or program.
|Event Date||Wednesday, 12 December 2018|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 12 December 2018|
ICF Christmas Connection Dinner
Have you been naughty or nice?
It’s the time of the year to connect and reflect on your coaching profession.
At this special 3-course Christmas dinner serve in a cosy restaurant, we will take this time to connect with ourselves and with other passionate coaches.
We will be exploring questions like how has your 2018 been as a professional coach and what will your wish for 2019 be.
A time of reflection and connection over great food and company.
Join us on Monday 10 December 2018 from 7pm to 10pm at
Cucina Restaurant & Catering
Aperia Mall, 12 Kallang Avenue, #02-10, Singapore 339511
|Event Date||Monday, 10 December 2018|
|Event End Date||Monday, 10 December 2018|
730pm to 8pm: Networking
8pm to 930pm: Program
CCEUs: 1.5hour core competencies
This session will delve into the stages of development put forth by Frederic Laloux in the book Reinventing Organizations and explore some case studies of the different levels. We will facilitate engaging conversations with the audience on the different levels and their possibilities and how coaching contributes to the future of all organisations in raising the level of consciousness.
What are the learning outcomes from the session? Please list 3-4 takeaways. *
Participants will learn about the 5 stages of development of an organization, Participants will learn about how different organisations are existing in each of the stages, Participants will have a greater awareness of how coaching can contribute to raising the levels of consciousness.
Focus on these core competencies
Establishing the Coaching Agreement: We will look at the agreements needed for the coach to work in the different stages of development.
Establishing Trust and Intimacy: We will explore the trust needed to be taking more of a coaching role in organizations
Coaching Presence: We will explore how your coaching presence can contribute to lifting the level of consciousness around you
This will be a highly interactive session. We will begin with introducing the different stages of organisational development and then the room will be broken into smaller groups to discuss case studies/ different stages and then we will come back and share and explore further the role of coaches in these organisations.
Nancy Hughes, MCC is an executive coach with over 20 years of experience in leadership development, including coaching, facilitation and creating executive education programs. Known for her authentic, open, honest, and flexible approach, she enjoys challenging her clients to maximize growth. She works with senior to middle managers within large, multinational, and government related companies. When clients partner with Nancy they benefit from her significant international experience and cross-cultural awareness. Fluent in English and French, she has lived and worked in the United States, France, and Taiwan before settling in Singapore in 1998.
Nancy earned her bachelor’s degree in French and international economics from Swarthmore College, and her master’s degree in European studies from the Centre Europeen in Nancy, France. She is professionally trained as a coach from Corporate Coach University and Newfield Network and is certified with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) where she holds the designation of Professional Certified Coach (MCC). Nancy is a member of the International Coaching Federation; one of the founding members of the ICF Singapore chapter and was President of the Executive Board of the ICF Singapore Chapter from 2006-2008.
|Event Date||Monday, 26 November 2018|
|Event End Date||Monday, 26 November 2018|
7 November 2018, 12pm - 1.30pm
Coaching in Three Dimensions
1.5 (Core competencies:1, Resource Development: 0.5)
Traditional approaches to coaching fail to account for the way organisations really work. Attempts to enhance leadership capability one person at a time, through private one-to-one coaching sessions, are unlikely to succeed by themselves. In this session Dr Paul Lawrence will outline a more connected, systemic approach, aligning coaching with the realities and challenges of organisations operating in an ever more complex world. The session will be practical and pragmatic, sharing some spec
f ic tools and approaches coaches can adopt immediately into their practice.
- Specific tools and approaches, consistent with a systemic approach to coaching
- An understanding of dialogue, and what a dialogic approach to coaching looks like
- New and practical on-going professional development
About the speaker:
Paul has more than 20 years experience in corporate. He worked for a multinational energy company for 14 years where he performed roles in marketing, operations, finance and strategy, culminating in the role of GM for a Tokyo-based retail business in the energy industry. During his time working for BP, the company more than doubled in size, engaging in multiple joint venture and acquisitions. This period of sweeping change, grounded Paul in change management, and formed his approach to helping leaders navigate the challenges of working in a complex and ambiguous environment.
Paul has been coaching leaders across different functions and industries since 2007 and has over 3,000 hours of coaching experience, working with individuals, groups and teams. He has coached in some of the biggest organisations in the world, ASX100 companies, smaller business, not-for-profits, health, education and government. Paul is also a qualified coach supervisor, trained at Oxford Brookes University. Paul specialises in the design and implementation of coaching skills programs, built according to contemporary change management theory.
Paul teaches coaching on the Masters of Business Coaching program at Sydney Business School (University of Wollongong). His first book, Leading Change: How successful leaders approach change management was published by Kogan Page in 2014, and his second book, Coaching in Three Dimensions, was published by Routledge in August 2018.
Paul has four children and in his spare time writes rather gory historical fiction.
|Event Date||Wednesday, 07 November 2018|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 07 November 2018|
|Cut off date||Wednesday, 07 November 2018|
We are so excited to announce the launch of the inaugural ICF Singapore Business Forum! The purpose is to bring coaches in the Asia Pacific region to connect, learn and grow together as a tribe.The theme of the ICF Singapore Business Forum is “Build | Grow | Thrive”. The focus of this year’s theme is to help coaches build thriving coaching practices. This 1-day forum will bring thought leaders, business experts and supporting services to the coaching community.
Special Feature : Personal Branding Master Class
by William Arruda!
Named "The Personal Branding Guru" by Entreprenuer Magazine, William will be here in Singapore delivering a high-energy and actionable Master Class focusing Personal Branding. The Master Class is designed to help professionals build their confidence, increase self-awareness and enhance their visibility, presence and leadership skills.
**SPECIAL FOR ICF SINGAPORE CHAPTER MEMBERS**
Please enter your 7-digit membership number (omitting the leading zeros and alphabet)
for a member only rate for "All Day Forum + Networking Cocktails"
Ticket at only $100 for a total actual value of $350!
This is Special for ICF Singapore Chapter Members Only! One use only.
For more information, please visit https://www.icfsingapore.org/2018businessforum.
|Event Date||Friday, 02 November 2018|
|Event End Date||Friday, 02 November 2018|
COP Mastery in Coaching
"Building Your Coaching Presence by Navigating Emotions"
In Conversation and Movement with Sari Marsden, PCC.
"For many people, especially in the corporate world, moods and emotions, like the body, are simply dismissed as irrelevant and inconvenient. They cannot be commanded and controlled and, as such, they are often seen as "dangerous" or "messy". But moods and emotions are critical because they set the frame for what we see as possible in a situation. If you are full of resignation or resentment, then you will see far fewer possibilities than if you are feeling peaceful or enthusiastic." (FIT TO LEAD - Transforming Your Leadership With the Five Pillars of Performance, by Marcus & Sari Marsden)
Coaching presence requires coaches to be fully conscious and creating spontaneous relationships with clients, employing a style that is open, flexible and confident.
There are many ways to build your coaching presence; one of those is by learning about emotions.
By learning to experience emotions as they are, free from judgement, it can help your clients to create clarity in their decision-making process.
Join Sari Marsden in this 90-minute learning event, with the following objectives:
- Develop emotional mastery through the practice of “Emotion Naming.”
- Discover how to navigate emotions with breathing and body movement that is applicable for you and your client.
Wear a comfortable outfit and be ready to move your body purposefully in this session.
At the end of the session, you will identify the physical states and practices that can best support you in your own wellness as a coach.
This talk is based on the Fit to Lead book.
“A leadership book that offers a dynamic new vision of leadership development that places the role of your physical body firmly alongside that of your thoughts and emotions. Written by husband-and-wife team, Marcus and Sari Marsden, the book combines the principles of executive coaching, movement, nutrition and fitness training to provide you with a holistic system for transforming your leadership and producing breakthrough results for yourself and the people you lead.”
Sari Marsden, PCC.
NASM-CPT, CES, FNS.
TRE™ Certified Facilitator.
Nike Training Club Trainer.
Co-Author of Fit to Lead.
Sari is an executive coach, co-author of Fit to Lead and co-founder of Sarius Performance International, a performance consultancy that combines the worlds of personal development and executive coaching with the worlds of physical movement, fitness and nutrition. She specialises in working through the medium of the body to facilitate personal growth and development. Her passion for fitness has led her to become an elite trainer for Nike Training Club in South East Asia. Sari has won Gold Medals for Team Singapore in Southeast Asian fitness physique competitions. She uses a wide range of training techniques that combine the person’s physical, mental and emotional states. Her particular passion lies in working with women such that they embrace their strength and beauty to produce powerful and sustainable results in their lives.
Jasveer Malaney, PCC, is an internationally experienced Executive Leadership Coach, facilitator and trainer, she inspires senior leaders to elevate their strengths to develop strategies, discover solutions to challenges and realize their personal and organizational goals.
She currently serves on the ICF Singapore Chapter Executive Committee as the Immediate Past President and has been actively involved with building the Coaching Community in Asia. She has served as the Chapter President (2017-2018) President Elect, (2016-2017), Vice President (2012-2013), PR Chair (2011 -201 2). She played key organizing roles in the Asia Pacific Coaching Conference in 2010 and 2012. She organised the Symposium on “Coaching for Future” during the Coaching Week 2015. She has edited and published the Coaching Journal "Coaching Resource Guide".
This is a In-Person Session at the following location
Venue: 20 Collyer Quay, #23-01 Raffles Place, Singapore 049319
The nearest train station is Raffles Place.
To Register click here
|Event Date||Wednesday, 17 October 2018|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 17 October 2018|
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
ICF Singapore Members: Free (Please log in to register for the webinar)
CCEUs: 1.5 (Core Competencies 1, Resource Development 0.5)
If every leader had an Evolutionary Coach, if every leader was an Evolutionary Coach, everyworkplace would be the best possible place to work.
Evolutionary coaching is different from other coaching because of the values-based approach within a new psychological framework. We grow in stages of psychological development, we operate at levels of consciousness and we live inside cultural world views. Primary motivations tell you what stage of psychological development you have reached. Secondary motivations tell you what is blocking you, what conscious and subconscious unmet needs you have and how they hold you back from finding your purpose and living your potential.Evolutionary Coaching is about human emergence, about the impact of basic/growth needs dynamics on personal growth and mastering your life.
- What prevents people from growing and evolving.
- How people can transform their limiting beliefs that are holding them back.
- How people can fluorish and realise their potential.
- Where are you in your personal transformation journey.
About the speaker:
Patrik Somers Stephenson,
Executive Coach, Education and Training Consultant and Facilitator of Personal Transformation.
He is creator and facilitator of the Barrett Values Centre accredited personal mastery class, Evolutionary Coaching. As a highly experienced coach, facilitator & values consultant, he brings his depth of experience in the eld of education to his work as a CTT Practitioner Consultant, CTT Foundation & Practitioner Trainer, Evolutionary Coaching Facilitator, Neurocognitivism Coach, Lego Serious Play Facilitator and Non-Violent Communication Counsellor.
Patrik was a teacher, head of pastoral care and advisor of values-based education in schools, educational bodies and non-profit organizations for 30+ years in Belgium, taking occasional secondments to work with values in the wider community, including the National Values Assessment for Belgium in 2009-10. During his teaching years, he was the bereavement and crisis management advisor to schools in Flanders. He also has decades worth of experience with constellation work (Hellinger), family contextual therapy (Nagy) and bereavement counselling.
His publications include:
A World Book of Values (2014, also in Dutch as Het boek der waarden).
Translator of ‘Evolutionary Coaching’ into Dutch: ‘Evolutionair coachen’ (2017).
Author of several books on loss, grief and bereavement (mainly in Dutch, including Woorden van Troost, Rouw-dagboek, Sterrenkind, Gebroken Wit).
|Event Date||Wednesday, 03 October 2018|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 03 October 2018|