Events Archive

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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, 19 January 2017
Event End Date Thursday, 19 January 2017
Individual Price 10.00

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, 18 January 2017
Event End Date Wednesday, 18 January 2017
Individual Price 10.00

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Topic: COP : New Coaches

Tea/Coffee will be served

Note: ICF Members only

Do you consider yourself to be a new coach? Are you thinking of making the transition from your day job into full-time coaching? Have you finished your coach training but not sure where to go from here?

This group is for new, aspiring coaches to get together to discuss some of the issues facing new coaches and provide a network of support for those who are just finding their way in the new world of coaching.

We will be getting together to brainstorm ideas around some of the challenges faced by new coaches.

Some of the topics we will address will be:

  • How to get started
  • Resources to set up
  • Finding your niche
  • What kind of coach do I want to be

It is an opportunity to meet and broaden your network and friendships with other new coaches who are at a similar point in their coaching careers.

 Facilitator Bio:

Molly

Molly Martel is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) who is passionate about not just her own life, but also all those around her.

From 1997 to 2015, Molly enjoyed an international career with Standard Chartered Bank, a global financial institution, working in Singapore, Dubai and London. Her career covered a wide range of roles across retail banking and commercial banking including wealth management, customer experience, business development, strategic planning, process transformation and governance. Whilst on a sabbatical leave, Molly attended a coaching workshop out of curiosity. It changed the course of her career and thus began her exhilarating journey as a coach.

Molly believes in making every day count and in inspiring others to do the same. She has a dream that she will make a difference to everyone she meets.

Candy

Candy Lim is a Career Resilence Facilitator and Executive Coach.

With more than 19 years of corporate experience, Candy has worked with a diverse clientele throughout her career. She has gained gamut of experiences across several industries ranging from Industrial Chemical, Manufacturing to HR consultancy and Head Hunting.

Candy is M.A.D. about Making A Difference in the life of others in the areas of Personal and Interpersonal mastery through coaching. She believes in continuous learning and is passionated about empowering individuals as well as igniting passion and excellence in others.

In the area of professional development, besides a trained process facilitator, Candy had also attained a Full Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA). She is a Certified Tetramap Facilitator and a Certified Sales Trainer with Sales and Marketing Institute (SMI).

Candy is a Results Trained Brain Based Coach with Neuro Leadership Institute. An Action Learning Coach with WIAL USA as well as a Career Development Facilitator with NCDA USA. She is a TRAITS Personality Inventory Assessor with ASTON Business School and Certified DISC Behaviour Consultant.

Event Date Wednesday, 18 January 2017
Event End Date Wednesday, 18 January 2017
Individual Price 10.00

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What Does It Take to Become Masterful at Coaching?... A World Cafe Conversation

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Join Terrie Lupberger, MCC and participate in the innovative 'World Cafe" format to explore what is required of us, as coaches, to achieve mastery. What is 'mastery'? How does it manifest in the work we do as coaches?

With the ICF core competencies of coaching, the new markers, and our Code of Ethics, we have the building blocks for good, PCC level coaching. Beyond that, what is required of us, individually and as a community, to become masterful at what we do?

About Terrie Lupberger, MCC:

Terrie Lupberger

Terrie is a Master Certified Coach, Author, and senior Executive Coach. She has been coaching and contributing to the development of the coaching profession since 1995. For nine years she served as CEO of an international, coach training and leadership development organization. She is a former Board Member of the International Coach Federation and The Association of Coach Training Organizations, and has been a member of the ICF Credentialing Committee since 2002. She presently is the Director of Training for Newfield Asia and teaches executive coaching and leadership at the University of Miami, ITS in London, and Newfield Asia in Singapore. 

Terrie is a contributing author to two books on coaching, A Coach’s Guide to Emotional Intelligence and The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching. She is presently completing a book for coaches on how to develop practices for clients that will help them break through their perceived limitations and make change stick.

Earlier in her career, Terrie was a senior manager in finance and a partner in a consulting firm working with IT professionals. Terrie’s varied organizational experience combined with her studies in human potential and philosophy have resulted in a unique world view and approach to working with clients that help them have greater impact and influence. Her international coaching clients are senior level managers and leaders in various industries including health care, education, finance, advertising, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, technology and manufacturing.

Event Date Monday, 05 December 2016
Event End Date Monday, 05 December 2016
Individual Price 35.00

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Topic: COP Mindfulness 

The focus 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 – Mindful Colouring as a tool for developing relaxation, focus and self awareness
    • Broaden our range of mindful interventions to offer clients
    • Cultivating a network and friendships with other coaches

1.5 CCEU in Core Competency given for this session

Jaya

Jaya Machet PCC,(View Profile) is passionate about people development and leadership, Her coaching expertise builds on a strong foundation of over 20 years in senior management positions in Nokia, giving her deep insight into the working environment of her clients. 

This organizational and strong business experience combined with empathetic coaching skills enables her to support clients in their search for solutions to leadership challenges.

She successfully bridges Eastern and Western thinking, with an in-depth understanding of both cultures, having grown up in India and lived in Switzerland for 20+ years followed by 10 years in Singapore.

Specialities:

Executive Coaching, Leadership Development, Group Coaching, Facilitation, Cross- cultural skills, Leadership Training.

Testimonials

 “Thanks for the wonderful session and this CCEU. I am renewing my credential soon so this is very handy. Mindfulness group is a great addition to ICF.” , "I felt so energised after the session and it was wonderful to meet like minded coaches here in Singapore."

Event Date Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Event End Date Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Individual Price 10.00

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Note: ICF Members only

Join us for Peer Coaching on November 28th, 3pm - 5pm. 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. There will also be time to connect and network with the other coaches present and we will also briefly review the ICF Core Competencies. You will gain 2 ICF Core Competency CCEUs towards your certification or renewal. To ensure full engagement, participation is limited to the first 12 member coaches that register. Open to current ICF Members only.

Hope to see you there!
Anisha & Saba

Event Date Monday, 28 November 2016
Event End Date Monday, 28 November 2016
Individual Price 10.00

Speaker Bio:

Raymond

Raymond Thomas is a speaker,consultant, and facilitator specializing in leadership development for middle to senior management.Heis also the founder and director of The Leadership Paradigm and has been running his consultancy practise since 2008. 

Raymond has almost 30 years’ experience in leadership roles with large multinational corporations, specializing in Leadership Management and Sales, Marketing and Operations. He has engaged and inspired change elements, especially in the area of leadership communication, sales and marketing, innovation and process management. Being a process oriented individual, he coaches’ leaders to characterizes, review, optimize and fine-tune systems to the needs of the stakeholders.

Raymond currently works with the banking, healthcare, manufacturing and service industries, where he coaches leaders to formulate and revise leadership frameworks, identify development needs based on competency gaps and coach high potential talents for succession planning.

Raymond has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (State University of New York at Buffalo, USA) & a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia). He is also ACTA certified, DiSC Certified Behavioural & Career Consultant (Institute of Motivational Living) and certified in conducting Watson Glaser II Critical Thinking Skills. He is also certified in Emergenetics (Thinking and Behavioural preferences) and C-Vat Types profiling.

Raymond is a Professional Speaker with the Association for Professional Speakers Singapore where he served as the President in 2014-2015. Raymond is also an adjunct lecturer at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Institute of Management (SIM).  In addition, he was a recipient of the Teaching Merit Award from SIM in 2014.

Cognitive Effectiveness and Coaching

Cognitive effectiveness clarifies goals, examines assumptions, discerns hidden values, evaluates evidences, accomplishes actions, and assesses conclusions. More than ever, we must be able to clearly reason through problems and to present arguments in a logical, compelling way or even to reasonably challenge “standard operating procedure” or workflow processes. As adaptability, flexibility and resilience become an emerging skill for success in the modern business world, cognitive effectiveness becomes even more important for leadership and coaching. Managing our mindsets within dynamic conditions and learning to adapt as outside influences continue to transform seemingly static situations into complex environments.

In this session Raymond Thomas will step you through.

1) Components and key structure of cognitive effectiveness.

2) Cognitive and reasoning model.

3) Applying cognitive effectiveness in coaching.

Event Date Monday, 21 November 2016
Event End Date Monday, 21 November 2016
Cut off date Monday, 21 November 2016
Individual Price 35.00