Want to Earn an ICF Credential?
- Find out ways to Renew your Credentials
- CCEU will be provided for your attendance.
The ICF Credential signifies a coach’s commitment to 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 renew your credentials. She will also share how to maximize the benefits of your ICF membership.
Jasveer Malaney, PCC, is an executive coach with over 18 years of experience in coaching & facilitating for hi-potential leaders and teams. She leverages her corporate & business 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 as Vice President (2012-2013), PR Chair (2011-2012). 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.
Register: via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Event Date||Thursday, 02 November 2017|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 02 November 2017|
COP: Mastery in Coaching
Note: (ICF Members with 500 hours of coaching experience are eligible to join)
Topic: Managing Paradoxes by Eliza Quek
Context : In a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world, leaders are struggling constantly with the need to balance two and more seemingly conflicting objectives; for example, short term survival / cost containment objectives with longer term / invest for the future objectives. The 2017 Singapore Budget reflects the struggle to manage this dilemma.
Learning outcomes : To enable coaches to help their clients :
- Differentiate problems from paradoxes
- Map paradoxes
- Recognize where they are, currently
- Identify Early Warning Signals
- Creatively and continuously generate ideas to balance and achieve BOTH objectives
Design: Interactive and skills focused. Participants will map paradoxes and reflect on how they can help their clients better achieve balance in BOTH and AND thinking rather than EITHER OR
Eliza Quek is an International HR and Organization Development consultant with more than 30 years’ experience in enhancing Leadership skills in Performance management, conducting crucial conversations, coaching, managing across functions and cultures and leading virtual teams.
She established the Talent Management System in Singapore Press Holdings; built skills among SIA and Deutche Bank managers in differentiating between staff performance and potential. Other Leadership skills development include strategic management, initiating, leading, facilitating and managing change; building high performing teams, exercising emotional intelligence, influencing and negotiation skills and managing 'difficult' people.
Jass Malaney, PCC, is an executive coach with over 18 years of experience in coaching & facilitating for hi-potential leaders and teams. She leverages her corporate & business 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 and has been actively involved with building the Coaching Community. She has served as President Elect, (2016), 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.
Register: via email to email@example.com
The nearest train station is Raffles Place.
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|Event Date||Thursday, 26 October 2017|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 26 October 2017|
Topic: Ontological Coaching and a brief about the two models –Part two.
This session will be a recap of part one where we discussed Ontological Coaching which is based on an exploration of the clients' interpretations of the world and their way of being. By its very nature, this approach to coaching is a philosophical one and supports coachees in a reflection of who they are, rather than simply setting goals and achieving them.
Another aspect of ontological coaching is the emphasis on the transpersonal element: we are not individuals growing up in isolation, but are shaped, as we will see, by the world we are immersed in. Ontological coaches, take a systemic perspective and claim that an individual cannot be effectively coached without some understanding of the world and the systems which the coachee inhabits in.
We will then continue the learning of Ontological Coaching and the two models which are:
- OAR Model and the
- BEL Model
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 fulfillment, success and happiness. Guiding individuals through a transition is part of this process, making them feel empowered and accomplished. Ruchi is also a professionally trainer lawyer who has practiced in India and Hong Kong.
Sarita is an HR professional and an Associate certified coach (ACC). She has a successful career spanning 17 years within the Human Resources and coaching sectors.
Sarita specializes in working with clients to have them understand and realize their true self and work towards achieving their fullest potential. She is passionate about transformation through awareness. She supports individuals and teams by guiding them to their own inner wisdom, purpose and power for skillful action to achieve results they want.
Sarita started her coaching journey in 2009-10 with Executive Coaching and then went on to pursue life coaching in 2012-13. She further completed Ontological coach education in 2016-17. Sarita is committed to ongoing lifelong learning, to deepen and advance her own coaching practice, and to bring the best value to her clients. Witnessing individuals and teams elicit their highest potential is her greatest reward!
Prior to her own coaching practice since 2012, Sarita has 12 years of HR business partnering experience with multi national organizations within the service industry in Asia.
We will need a minimum of two registrations to carry on the event.
|Event Date||Thursday, 26 October 2017|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 26 October 2017|
Topic: The magic and mastery of Metaphors
ICF Singapore Members : Free (Please log in to register for the webinar)
Metaphors create powerful images and invite energetic & emotional awareness. They can draw forth imagination, unlock creativity and simulate resourcefulness.In this session we are going to play with and explore the use of metaphor in coaching. The learning outcomes will include:
- How to listen for metaphors in client conversations
- Steps to elicit metaphors for creativity in problem solving
- Use of Clean language
- When and how to use Guided Imagery as tool for creativity
About the presenter:
Dr. Patrick Williams, Ed. D., MCC, BCC
Website : www.DrPatWilliams.com
One of the early pioneers of coaching, Pat is often called the ambassador of life coaching. He has been a licensed psychologist since 1980 and began Executive Coaching in 1990 with Hewlett Packard, IBM, Kodak and other companies along the front range of Colorado.
After graduating from Coach U, he started his own coach training school, the Institute for Life Coach Training (ILCT), (1997) which specializes in training those with a human services orientation.
Pat is a past board member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). He is past president of ACTO, the Association of Coach Training Organizations and an honorary VP of the Association of Coaching Psychology. He is founding member of Harvard University’s Institute of Coaching and a member of Forbes Coaching Council.
In May 2006, Pat was awarded the first Global Visionary Fellowship by the Foundation of Coaching for his Coaching the Global Village (www.CoachingtheGlobalVillage.org); an initiative to bring coaching methodologies to villages in developing countries and to leaders of non profits and nongovernmental organizations who serve them. He is passionate about coaching and dedicated to ensuring it remains a respected profession.
He is the author of 7 coaching books. His latest book “Getting Naked” is about being Emotionally Transparent at the right time, right place and with the right person and is for the wider audience of readers.
About the facilitator:
Taruna Aggarwal, ACC
Taruna is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC). Taruna works with her clients to Be the Best That they Can, given their unique set of circumstances and mindsets. She guides her clients to Realign and Redefine Goals for a Holistic living. Her Trust based Coaching Relationship enables clients to experience a safe space where fresh possibilities and options emerge and transformation begins. She focuses on Life Coaching – Work-life balance, Career path, Personal & Professional Leadership, Self-esteem and Relationship management. She designs and delivers Workshops and Seminars for Youth Empowerment and Skills for Success in the age of disruption.
Note : Registration will close at 2359 hours on 24th October 2017.
|Event Date||Wednesday, 25 October 2017|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 25 October 2017|
|Cut off date||Tuesday, 24 October 2017|
Creating a Culture of Coaching in the Workplace
Workplace expectations are shifting. There is a growing demand for real-time feedback that grows talent. This requires a stronger coaching muscle within organisations. During this sessions we will explore steps to help you evaluate the health of a coaching culture within an organisation and a starting point and guide to build a culture of coaching within a workplace.
- Role of a coach in today’s new workplace culture
- 5 practical ways to foster Strengths-based coaching in workplaces
- Connecting Strengths-based coaching with business objectives
- Bring Strengths coaching into performance management
- Equipping managers to leverage strengths in coaching
Purva Hassomal manages Gallup's Learning & Development across Asia Pacific and is responsible for ensuring the quality and delivery of all learning interventions for Gallup's clients in the region.Purva's mission is to build capacity within client organisations to improve bottom and top-line performance through effective and high quality learning solutions and leadership development. Her work helps organizations build engaged workplaces, measure individual contributions, and align employees' roles with their talents. She also helps managers understand and implement best practices that engage employees and customers and increases productivity, profitability, and retention. In addition to managing and delivering learning programmes for Gallup's clients, Purva delivers Gallup's Accelerated Strengths Coaching public courses in Asia-Pacific.
Prior to joining Gallup, Purva was MD for an Oil & Gas boutique consultancy based in Dubai, UAE, dedicated to serving the needs of Oil and Gas professionals across the MENA and Asia Pacific region, through a range of learning & development solutions and events addressing technical, career and training issues. She frequently facilitated technical and interactive workshops for Oil and Gas engineers. She has over 10 years’ experience in Learning & Development and has also produced a number B2B conferences, workshops and training sessions throughout her career, with clients ranging from Fortune 500 organisations and family-owned conglomerates to government and non-for profit bodies, across financial services, real-estate, energy, retail, automotive, marketing and education.
Purva received her degree in Communications & Media from Brunel University in the UK, and is fluent in Spanish.
Note : 7:30-8:00pm - Networking / 8:00-9:15pm - Program
|Event Date||Monday, 23 October 2017|
|Event End Date||Monday, 23 October 2017|
Avni Martin, PCC, Mentor Coach, Trainer, Head of ICF Singapore Science & Research & Project Facilitator
Nancy Hughes, MCC, Mentor Coach, Leadership Coach & Facilitator
Debbie Hogan, PCC, Mentor Coach, ACTP Course Trainer
Dave Hogan, PCC, Mentor Coach, ACTP Course Trainer
Join us on 17th October for an engaging discussion and recorded feedback session demonstrating ICF Core Competencies on coaching sessions, pre-recorded on 6th October event. It aims to deepen our understanding of the competencies, its applications, challenges, and explore ideas to overcome them. The session will also explore ways to sharpen the core competencies markers.
To make the session effective for the purpose of the project, spaces for this event are limited to a maximum of 8 coaches who are experienced in identifying core competency markers and sharing constructive feedback. Advance registration is essential, $10 for members, $15 non-members. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
These sessions are part of an ICF Singapore Science & Research Committee Project, and the aim of the project is to publish some of the most valuable Recorded Coaching Sessions Demonstrating ICF Core Competencies with the Observer Feedback on the website.
|Event Date||Tuesday, 17 October 2017|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 17 October 2017|
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.
Hope to see you there!
Isabel & Kathrin
Isabel with a Business Management & Accounting education background, originally pursued a career path in the vibrant Fashion world as a Marketing and Sales Country-manager. For the last 3 Years she has made her own career transition into Business Consulting, HR; finding her true vocational fulfilment as a coach and trainer for mutual personal grow & career development.
While initially Isabel envisioned herself leading a large international company, she now finds fulfilment serving as Director of Keystone Business Consulting which includes professional coaching services for individual employees, teams and leaders. She lives her motto which is by asking and teaching others how to ask the right questions to releases the potential within and around them.
With a background in Political Science and Sociology, Kathrin spent most of her professional career in the TV news business. She has worked and lived on three continents and calls Singapore home since 2008. Being interested and involved in human performance and leadership throughout her professional career, she eventually completely transitioned into the Learning & Development field by completing her studies in Professional Human Resource Management, which led then to a further interest in developing her skills as a coach. Her focus is now on intercultural training, women in leadership programs and business coaching.
|Event Date||Monday, 16 October 2017|
|Event End Date||Monday, 16 October 2017|