Registration closes on October 30th at 12.00nn.
Influential Networking - Open doors to new business opportunities
Building a successful executive coaching business requires one to manage the business of getting new clients, nurturing these relationships and ensuring a healthy flow of referrals in order to stay in business, and keep doing what you love - coaching.
Karen Leong has trained hundreds of top sales professionals to leverage on influential networking techniques to nurture a flourishing network of prospects and clients.
Networking is most rewarding when it becomes a lifestyle choice. This session highlights simple yet powerful ways to open doors to lucrative client relationships.
- Selecting door opening events and platforms
- Work the room with confidence and style
- Connecting with influencers and decision makers
- Getting a YES
- Nurturing a network of rewarding relationships
Karen Leong is a networking expert who helps executives achieve results through influential communication. Highly regarded for her transformational programs, Karen has worked with over 3,000 corporate executives, senior management and professionals.
A much sought-after keynote speaker, Karen has inspired a diverse audience comprising C-level managers, corporate executives and professionals. Her clients include MNCs and local conglomerates such as AIA, AXA Insurance, Bayer, Credit Suisse, Jurong International, Knight Frank, McDonald's, and Singapore Refining Company and Standard Chartered Bank.
A Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Karen has a decade-long corporate career spanning audit, consulting and corporate education. She specialised in business consulting and initial public offering projects with KPMG and KPMG Consulting in Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Karen is the master trainer of the American Society of Training and Development's Improving Human Performance certification program. She is a professional member of the Asian Professional Speakers Association, and sits on the management committee of Singapore Training and Development Association.
Karen believes that anything can be achieved through the right relationships. Her personal mission is to make the world a more connected place by expanding the possibilities for each person; one person at a time.
|Event Date||Monday, 31 October 2011|
|Event End Date||Monday, 31 October 2011|
|Cut off date||Monday, 31 October 2011|
|Event Date||Monday, 17 October 2011|
|Event End Date||Monday, 17 October 2011|
|Cut off date||Monday, 17 October 2011|
In view of the success with the September session of “Group Coaching Supervision”, Peer Coaching is once more thrilled to be able to bring you another session in Supervision, this time facilitated by Denise Wright, CEO (Chief Energising Officer) of Xtend Coaching International.
Denise is studying to become a professional coaching supervisor through the Bath Consulting Group (UK)’s Coaching Supervision Certificate Course, hosted by the Civil Service College Singapore. Many organizations across Europe require executive coaches to be professionally supervised, either one-on-one or in a group setting. This is increasingly considered important not just for new coaches learning the ropes, but also for experienced coaches. Supervision is the professional way of making sure that we do not end up in ineffective coaching relationships, rather focusing on giving our clients the best quality coaching experience that we are able. As coaches we are also prone to get ‘tangled up’ when working with certain clients; for example: A client facing challenges with "buy-in" to his/her ideas, who sees himself/herself as a good "problem solver" may unconciously evoke the "problem solver" in the coach, to go down the path of brainstorming-problem-solving, instead of coaching to uncover and work on the real issue!
Hence, supervision is a fundamental element of continuing personal and professional development for coaches. The three legs of Supervision include:
- Continuing development of the coach
- Quality assurance of a coach’s overall practice
- Supervision of specific activity with a client
Request for a Volunteer!
We are calling for 1 volunteer to come prepared with a case they would like to bring to supervision as the Case Presenter. This is a great opportunity for you to receive the benefits of coaching supervision in a safe learning environment supported by the coaching supervisor and your peers.
Please send an email to email@example.com by Wednesday 9 November 2011 if you would like to volunteer. More information on case presentation will be provided once we hear from you.
To ensure coaching professionalism, the 2010-2011 ICF Singapore Executive Committee has established that: ALL participants are requested to have at least 60 hours of coach training as well as being a practicing coach in order to attend.Next SessionThe next Peer Coaching Circle will take place on Thursday, 10 November, 2011
- Schedule: 7pm Networking; 7.20pm Introductions; 7.30pm Group Coaching Supervision Begins (Process takes 1 hour)
- Venue: The Reiki Center, 42-A Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427766; http://www.reikicentre.com.sg/location-contact-us/
- Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fee: SG$10/Pax* (payable online via Paypal or cash at the door)
- RSVP by: 12pm, 9 November 2011
*Payment of SG$10 to the ICF Singapore is to cover the charge for the event venue. You will be provided with a receipt upon payment. The permanent venue is a key step in ensuring stability-growth of the Peer Coaching Circle. We look forward to your support and thank you for your understanding. Payment by cheque should be made out to: International Coach Federation – Singapore Chapter.
The Peer Coaching Circle is a professional body, open to all practicing Coaches who are ICF members (with a minimum of 60 hours of coach training) and will entitle you to valuable CCEU hours towards your on-going learning. The structured process provides Coaches with the opportunity to receive inputs on a current real-life coaching challenge. Confidentiality is key to the process and a prerequisite for all participants.
We welcome the participation of new and seasoned coaches each month. To find out more please contact me at email@example.com for further details or call me on +65 - 9238 3297.
|Event Date||Thursday, 13 October 2011|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 13 October 2011|
|Cut off date||Thursday, 13 October 2011|
In collaboration with the NeuroLeadership Institute Singapore Local Interest Group, ICF Singapore Chapter is pleased to bring you this special event.
A panel featuring professionals currently enrolled in the Post Graduate Certificate of the Neuroscience of Leadership (PGCNL) program will share with you ideas on:
- Why coaching is so effective
- Tips, tools and techniques to enhance your coaching
About the NeuroLeadership Institute:
The Local Interest Group for the NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI) was recently established in Singapore to further the education and discussion of the NeuroLeadership field. This group is open to NLI members and the public.
The Emerging NeuroLeadership Field:
NeuroLeadership is an emerging field of study focused on bringing neuroscientific knowledge into the areas of leadership development, management training, change management, education, consulting and coaching. This movement is intended to help individuals and organisations fulfill their potential by better understanding how the human brain functions at individual, team and systemic levels.
Registration: email firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP by: Monday 26 September 2011
Cost: SGD 15 (ICF Members, NLI Members, Guests)
|Event Date||Monday, 03 October 2011|
|Event End Date||Monday, 03 October 2011|
|Cut off date||Monday, 03 October 2011|
Aran Dadswell and Deborah Lightwood, the ICF Singapore Executive Committee Membership Chairs for 2011-2012, invite you to join us for our inaugural New Members Orientation Breakfast.
- To welcome you to the ICF Singapore Chapter
- To provide information on ICF Singapore Chapter
- To highlight the benefits of membership
- To enable you to build connections within the coaching community
Note - to minimise costs we request that you fund your own beverages & breakfast - thanks for your understanding.
Please click here to register for the event.
Feel free to contact Aran on her handphone (65-90116605) for any enquiries.
|Event Date||Thursday, 29 September 2011|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 29 September 2011|
|Cut off date||Thursday, 29 September 2011|
?The Co-Active Coaching Model includes four Co-Active cornerstones, and five contexts (listening, intuition, curiosity, self-management, and deepen the learning/forward the action.) Exercises will be used to introduce these concepts and demonstrate how they are used in Co-Active Coaching. Anne Grete Mazziotta & Doug Peck will walk you through the model and more.
|Event Date||Monday, 26 September 2011|
|Event End Date||Monday, 26 September 2011|
|Cut off date||Monday, 26 September 2011|
In line with our commitment to innovate the ICF Singapore Peer Coaching Circle, we are pleased to bring you "Group Coaching Supervision", facilitated by Louise J. Tagliante, Managing Partner of The Air Institute.
Coaching Supervision is a process of "Reflection, Insight and Support" for coaches (Coaching Supervision Academy). Find out more about the process and model used in Coaching Supervision, as well as how it benefits you as a practicing Coach. Additional details of the session will be provided upon signing up for the Peer Coaching session. Please click on the link below to register. A confidentiality form is provided, in compliance with the ICF Code of Ethics.
Louise is one of only two Accredited Coach Supervisors from the Coaching Supervision Academy in Asia, the other being her business partner at The Air Institute, Jacki Nicholas. Louise is also a member of the Association of Coaching Supervisors in the UK.
|Event Date||Thursday, 08 September 2011|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 08 September 2011|
|Cut off date||Thursday, 08 September 2011|