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EVENT DESCRIPTION:

The ICF Credential signifies a coach’s commitment to an outstanding professional practice.  In this workshop, Jasveer, President Elect and Chair, Membership would share with you the requirements and procedures for becoming an ICF Credentialed coach, and ways to renew your credentials.  She will also share how to maximize the benefits of your ICF membership.

J​asveer Malaney, PCC,  is an executive coach with over 1​9​ years of experience in coaching & facilitating for hi-potential leaders and teams. She leverages her corporate & entrepreneurial experience with The World Bank, Scotts Holding Group and Kelly Services to enhance their leadership capabilities.  

She currently serves on the Exco as the President Elect, & Chair, Membership and has been actively involved with building the Coaching Community.  She has served on the ​Exco as Vice President (2012-2013), PR Chair (2010-2011).  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.

Event Date Thursday, 09 March 2017
Event End Date Thursday, 09 March 2017
Cut off date Thursday, 09 March 2017
Individual Price 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.

Register here

Hope to see you there!
Anisha & Saba

Your Hosts:

Anisha_kaulAnisha Kaul, PCC
An organisational psychologist by training, Anisha transitioned from a career in strategy and human performance consulting into leadership development, and now specialises in coaching leaders, teams and groups. Drawing from her training on an eclectic mix of methodologies and tools including Immunity to Change, Systemic Team Coaching, Co-Active and Group Psychodynamics, Anisha’s coaching is underpinned by solutions-focused and systemic approach, ensuring that change cascades beyond the individual and team, creating value for the entire organisation. Anisha currently serves as Immediate Past President of ICF Singapore.

sabaSaba Hasanie, ACC
Saba is an Executive Coach and Facilitator with over 16 years of experience in the leadership development space. Having worked in North America and Asia, across various industries including Financial Services, Technology, Insurance, Government and FMCG, Saba utilises a neuroscience-based approach with her clients. Currently working on her Doctorate in Applied Neuroscience for Leadership at Middlesex University, Saba is excited about the insights she can bring from this field to the peer coaching space. Saba currently serves as Vice President of ICF Singapore.

Event Date Tuesday, 07 March 2017
Event End Date Tuesday, 07 March 2017
Individual Price 10.00

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Every year for the past 3 we have been doing an annual review of the coaching literature to get a glimpse of where the profession is heading. In 2016 there were 460 coaching articles written in peer-reviewed coaching journals and 110 Dissertations on coaching produced by students pursuing a Ph.D that had the words ‘Coaching’ or ‘Coach’ in the title. Most of these deal with sports, health, or education. Only about 25% of the articles and 15% of the dissertations deal with organizational or life coaching. You probably didn’t have the time to read all these articles and dissertations.....but we did (or at least the 60% that in interested us the most). By reading the articles published each year you can get an idea of where the profession is heading, what’s ‘hot’ and what’s ‘not’, and what some of the key research findings were for that year. If this interests you please join us for an evening of very valuable information about our profession. Those who attend will be given access to an annotated bibliography of the 60 articles and the 10 dissertations that we read.

Facilitator Bio:

Hermann Ditzig

Hermann is the current President of the Singapore Chapter and founder of the Research Committee. He has graduate education in Medical Sociology, Clinical and Social Psychology, Organizational Design, Organizational Development, and Leadership. He started his career as a psychiatric epidemiologist doing research on what made people crazy. A five year research project for the US government on how work influences a person’s well-being showed the impact that leadership has, and that bad bosses can actually ‘drive you crazy’. In addition to being a researcher, he was a psychotherapist and university level educator in Medical and Business Schools. Since moving to Singapore (1984), Hermann has worked as an OD and HRD professional for the National Productivity Board, the Singapore Institute of Management, and as a partner in a British consulting firm leading their Management Development practice in Asia. He has been an Executive and Leadership coach for 16 years and started his own Coaching and Leadership firm in 2003.

Costantino Gonnella

Costa was one of the first exchange students from Italy at Beijing University in the late 70s where he researched for two years before returing home to receive a Master with summa cum laude in Chinese literature and history from the Oriental Insitute (IUO) of Naples. His understanding of Chinese culture provided a great advantage when soon after he went back to China to become a businessman and local representative of Fiat, the largesst Italian private conglomerate. Years later he started his own company pioneering many new trades and assisting diverse business initiatives between China and Europe. Fluent in four languages and getting by in two or three more, in the last 30 plus years he lived in Beijing, Hong Kong, Macao, Thailand and Singapore. His humanistic interests never succumbed to a "business only" attitude and found him with an open mind when in recent years he discovered coaching. Now an ACC, with an incessant passion for learning, he believes that his experience with many business realities and a perspective from different cultural approaches can allow him to offer a valuable contribution as a corporate and life coach.

Gopal Kaushik

Kaushik looks after the coaching practice for the Center for Creative Leadership in Asia Pacific (South East Asia, South Asia and Australia). He is responsible for the ‘internal’ certification, quality and development of all coaches (for all CCL programs including Leadership at the Peak). In addition he is responsible for the three specific services to clients in support of leadership development: executive coaching, 360 assessments and follow on coaching support. He is also the regional lead for CCL’s open enrolment Assessment Certification Workshop (CCL’s suit of 360 tools) and the Coaching for Greater effectiveness programs.

Event Date Monday, 27 February 2017
Event End Date Monday, 27 February 2017
Cut off date Monday, 27 February 2017
Individual Price 35.00

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Topic: COP/ Mindfulness in Coaching ( For ICF Members Only)

The focus of this COP will be to:

    • Deepen our own mindfulness, awareness and presence as coaches
    • Enhance our knowledge and understanding of how mindfulness applies in specific client coaching situations
    • Practice different mindful techniques together
    • Broaden our range of mindful interventions to offer clients
    • Cultivating a network and friendships with other coaches

You are welcome to register and join all of them or some of them. The session will be facilitated by Jane Grafton and all are invited to share.

 Facilitator Bio:

Jane

Jane Grafton, ACCspecializes in Corporate Based Mindfulness Training and Coaching. She has worked with workplace mindfulness since 2003.Jane’s background is in project management, training and development, HR Management and Leadership. 

She completed Coach Certification Training at both Georgetown University, Washington DC and Results Coaching Singapore. She holds an MBA, a Certificate in Neuroleadership and is MBTI, Firo-B and TMS accredited. In 1991 she was awarded the MBE for Leadership Development in the British Army.

Amongst many other benefits, clients report improvements in self awareness, focus, sense of personal direction, depth and meaning, less stress, fewer habitual thought patterns and fixation and overall increased sense of happiness.

Event Date Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Event End Date Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Individual Price 10.00

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Topic: COP/ Life Coaching  ( For ICF Members Only )

We will be offering 4 sessions in 2017 for life coaches to help them boost their presence and skills by using and creating powerful coaching tools.

The focus of this COP will be to:

  • Create your Life Coaching model : a unique representation on how you view coaching and support clients.
  • Create your life coaching powerful questions and structure.
  • What are the assessment tools and theories that can be used in a life coaching session?
  • How to move the coaching conversation to a deeper level using creativity, neuroscience and mindfulness to impact the lives of your clients and move them forward.

 

Facilitator Bio:

Nawal

Nawal is a Personal Development Coach, PCC, NLP and mindfulness Practitioner specialised in life and Career transitions. She combines intuition, creativity and honest communication to help people unleash their potential, move forward and achieve their goals while staying congruent with their values.

Nawal has 20 years experience in marketing, brand management, communication and HR strategy in different fields, cultures and countries. She holds a Master Degree in Human Resources, she is MBTI Certified. Certified in Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholders Centred Coaching Program and holds a Globsmart Profile© certification. She is a founder of UTP Coaching Solutions. She runs coaching workshops in different topics related to expatriation, cross-cultural awareness, positive thinking and self-management. She also conducts talks at conferences about behavioural change.

Ruchi

Ruchi is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with a focus on interpersonal relations and life coaching. Her main objective is to help her clients move forward in life, find fulfilment, success and happiness. Guiding individuals through a transition is part of this process, making them feel empowered and accomplished. Ruchi is also a professionally trained lawyer who has practised in India and Hong Kong.

Event Date Thursday, 16 February 2017
Event End Date Thursday, 16 February 2017
Individual Price 10.00

 EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Note: ICF Members only

Join us for Peer Coaching on Wednesday 25th January 2017, 11am to 1pm. Come along to 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.

Register here

Hope to see you there!
Anisha & Saba

Your Hosts:

Anisha_kaulAnisha Kaul, PCC
An organisational psychologist by training, Anisha transitioned from a career in strategy and human performance consulting into leadership development, and now specialises in coaching leaders, teams and groups. Drawing from her training on an eclectic mix of methodologies and tools including Immunity to Change, Systemic Team Coaching, Co-Active and Group Psychodynamics, Anisha’s coaching is underpinned by solutions-focused and systemic approach, ensuring that change cascades beyond the individual and team, creating value for the entire organisation. Anisha currently serves as Immediate Past President of ICF Singapore.

sabaSaba Hasanie, ACC
Saba is an Executive Coach and Facilitator with over 16 years of experience in the leadership development space. Having worked in North America and Asia, across various industries including Financial Services, Technology, Insurance, Government and FMCG, Saba utilises a neuroscience-based approach with her clients. Currently working on her Doctorate in Applied Neuroscience for Leadership at Middlesex University, Saba is excited about the insights she can bring from this field to the peer coaching space. Saba currently serves as Vice President of ICF Singapore.

Event Date Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Event End Date Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Individual Price 10.00

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DIPLOMACY COACHING

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

We live in ever more globalized working environments. The evolution of International Relations increasingly affect us, citizens, companies, organizations and, of course, countries.

The fast pace of globalization has impacted many and we are facing a backlash in the form of various types of protectionist movements in the world (from Brexit, the new Trump Administration to nationalism in EU Member States to cite some examples). Is protectionism really the solution? Are there any alternatives? Can Coaching be of any help to better manage globalization and its implications?

Facilitator Bio:

Pilar Mendez

Pilar Méndez transformed her passion for learning foreign languages and cultures in her profession: after graduating as a lawyer by ICADE University Pontificia de Comillas (Madrid) in 2000 she became a Career Diplomat of the Foreign Service of Spain and later on Expert in Executive Coaching by the Business School of the University of Deusto. She is co-author of the motivational book “From.

Affection to Zee: The hand guide for a journey to your wellbeing” (2014). After her early travels throughout Western and Eastern Europe, as a diplomat she jumped further into other ways of interpreting the world which countries as diverse as Haiti, Japan, the US or now Singapore have offered her. With 17 years of working experience in international environments and managing international teams, she acquired high exposure to globalisation from it very early days. She will talk to us about how through her professional path she has come to believe that Coaching and, more specifically, Diplomacy Coaching, the intersection area where International Relations meet Coaching, could play an important role in managing globalisation and its current implications in the world. Join us for an evening of international personal experiences where Coaching tools made the difference for leading international teams or solving international crisis.

Event Date Monday, 23 January 2017
Event End Date Monday, 23 January 2017
Individual Price 35.00