2011-2012 ICF Singapore's new fiscal year will bring new heights to Peer Coaching (PC). In order to continuously create value, raise standards and encourage talent participation in our community, Peer Coaching's 2011-2012 Plan is to commit to innovative sessions by becoming an 'OPEN' learning platform that enables ICF members to share their experiences, expertise and special knowledge at our sessions. This 'OPEN' learning platform differentiates itself from the past by bringing in specific techniques that will enhance our coaching sessions with more diversity in facilitation styles, as well as more variety of learning-support, in terms of feedback. Following are key Session Modalities involved in the 'OPEN' learning platform:
- Diverse Facilitation Techniques
- Group Coach Supervision
- Credentialing Feedback
In addition, Peer Coaching has established its first Sub- Committee (SC) comprised of three PC Organizers:
- Maria Pressentin - Chair/SC Member
- Denise Pang - SC Member
- Yvonne Constantine - SC Member
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.
Schedule: 7pm Networking; 7.20pm Introductions; 7.30pm Case Study Begins (Process takes 1 hour)
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or call Maria Pressentin on +6592383297.
Kindly download the Peer Coaching Circle pre-requisite Q&A here.
|Event Date||Thursday, 14 April 2011|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 14 April 2011|
|Cut off date||Thursday, 14 April 2011|
The 10th AGM of the ICF Singapore Chapter is on Monday 28th March. From a handful of enthusiastic coaches ten years ago, I'm proud to say we are now an organisation of over 200 professional coaches and coaches in training. To continue that growth and success we are looking for ICF members who are also practicing coaches to step forward and be nominated for Executive Council positions. We need coaches who want to contribute to the Chapter and the coaching profession by putting into action their leadership capabilities and skills in various areas. The roles that need to be filled by council members are:
- Community Project
- Peer coaching
Serving on the ICF Singapore Chapter ExCo is a fulfilling experience and an opportunity to contribute towards shaping the future of the Chapter and the coaching community.
|Event Date||Monday, 28 March 2011|
|Event End Date||Monday, 28 March 2011|
|Cut off date||Monday, 28 March 2011|
|Event Date||Thursday, 10 March 2011|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 10 March 2011|
|Cut off date||Thursday, 10 March 2011|
Supervision has been the norm for menrail and social services professionals, such as therapists, social workers and counselors for decades. In UK / Europe, it is increasingly usual and expected for professional coaches at all levels of experience to regularly receive supervision. Coaching institutions such as APECS, EMCC and AC require, via their code of ethics, that their members receive coaching supervision and many organisations that purchase coaching will only accept supervised coaches into their coaching pool.
In this session, we will explore:
- What is supervision
- Why it's important & what it aims to achieve
- What to take to supervision
- The 7 eyed model - A supervision framework
- Typical concepts & tools used
- Creative methods in supervision - including a mini-demonstration using metaphor and imagery.
Jacki's 20+ year career corporate finance, management consulting and human capital development formed a springboard to her work in executive coaching and leadership development. She brings these diverse 'hard' and 'soft' business experiences to her executive coaching, coaching supervision and leadership development with warmth and creativity. She is also actively involved in related education, research and community development.
Jacki has a passion for helping people connect with what truly defines them as individuals, professionals and leaders, translating this into pragmatic action, results and growth.
Jacki is a Managing Partner of The Air Institute, an organisation devoted to enhancing the success of leaders, teams and organisations by igniting and building authentic leadership. Her clients are typically C-suite and senior executives in Fortune 500 companies and high growth SMEs in Asia Pacific and beyond. She has been an executive coach with the INSEAD Global Leadership Centre since 2004, coaches Tsinghua University MBAs, and is adjunct faculty and coach at Singapore Management University.
|Event Date||Tuesday, 01 March 2011|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 01 March 2011|
|Cut off date||Tuesday, 01 March 2011|
Action Learning has remarkably become one of the most powerful management tools for problem solving, developing leaders, building teams and expanding organizational learning and capabilities at the same time.
Action Learning solves problems and develops leaders simultaneously because its simple rules foster the group members to think critically and work collaboratively. The immediate application of action learning takes place when the Action Learning coach assists group members to reflect on the elevation of their group functioning, group's learning and on their leadership skills.
The specific subjects that will be covered:
- What is Action Learning?
- 6 Components of Action Learning
- 2 Ground rules of Action Learning
- Action Learning Coaching demonstration
- Applications of Action Learning
Choon Seng has more than 20 years of corporate experience and has facilitated workshop sessions for Members of Parliament, senior SAF and Police officers, principals, teachers and senior leaders in public organizations and directors, managers, supervisors as well engineers, line leaders and production operators for local and multinational companies.
Choon Seng is the only International Association of Facilitators (IAF) Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) and the only IAF CPF Assessor in Singapore. He is also the only Singaporean to be certified by the World Institute for Action Learning (WIAL) as the Master Action Learning Coach. As Master Coach, he is responsible for training and certifying other AL coaches in the region. He has also facilitated Action Learning programs for many organizations in Singapore and Asia as well as for Microsoft Corporation in Seattle and New York, USA.
Choon Seng is the Director of WIAL Singapore which is the official international affiliate of WIAL Worldwide.
|Event Date||Monday, 31 January 2011|
|Event End Date||Monday, 31 January 2011|
|Cut off date||Monday, 31 January 2011|