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|Event Date||Monday, 16 May 2016|
|Event End Date||Monday, 16 May 2016|
|Cut off date||Monday, 16 May 2016|
Please note: the venue has changed for this event to The Working Capitol. Click here to view the map.
Diane Foster, ICF Certified Master and Mentor Coach, will review secrets to success in coaching leaders with case studies of how she has implemented coaching programs that double productivity for clients. Her success with one coaching program made the front page of the Wall Street Journal, and made her corporate client a "Best Place to Work" for the City of Phoenix, AZ.
During this interactive session, you will
- Learn a core competency approach to leadership development
- Learn secrets to success in implementing a coaching program that gives clients multiple touchstones to Leadership Development
- Unlock the keys to success in designing a coaching program for your clients that is "Built to Last!"
Diane Foster has provided organizational coaching and consultation on leadership and change for over 30 years to hundreds of leaders in every industry. A career development specialist and assessment expert, she has an international reputation for achieving lasting results with her clients on the triple bottom line: people/planet/profitability. Her strong background in organization development, adult learning and psychology, has enabled her success with business leaders from around the globe. She supports her executive clients to align development issues with strategic business goals, and thereby maximize individual satisfaction and business results. Schooled in neuroscience research, and positive psychology she has a fundamental deep belief in the power of human potential and enjoys supporting her clients in finding theirs.
An advocate for a pragmatic and customized approach and "Action Learning" (learning by doing), she is a master practitioner and certified Mentor Coach. Her expertise with clients in leadership competency development, has been captured in her web-based, program, Skill Kit for Leaders: "Real Time" Tools for Developing Leadership Skills.
This program gets results as a stand-alone self-study model, for developing leaders or as a rich addition to existing leadership programs seeking pragmatic resources on 42 critical leadership competencies. It has been used in every industry with success, and by internal and external coaches seeking resources on which to build or support their clients' leadership competencies.
Diane's rich background in organization development, career counseling and as a certified Master Coach has supported her mentor-coaching hundreds of coaches seeking this certification. She delights in using her rich experience of working both internally "in the trenches" as an Organization Development Specialist, as well as externally as President of a coaching/consulting firm for over 20 years with all of her clients. Having coached hundreds of C-level executives and teams, and consulted to leaders in every industry, she is able to support them in taking up their roles with new energy, perspective and tools. She is currently the Director of Training for the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland's Coach Training program, which she supported in becoming an Accredited Coach Training organization with the ICF. She has also held this role with the College of Executive Coaching.
Her broad experience includes being adjunct faculty in Organization Development, Leadership, Assessment, and Coaching at such institutions as University of San Francisco, John F. Kennedy University, and the University of California's Extension Program.
|Event Date||Monday, 09 May 2016|
|Event End Date||Monday, 09 May 2016|
|Cut off date||Monday, 09 May 2016|
We will cover ICF competencies of Agreement, Creating Awareness and Designing Actions with Planning & Accountability. Todays molecular biology tells us that emotions are transmitted through the blood to cells in every part of the body; neurology tells us that oxytocin and cortisol act in different ways to affect our bahavior; psychology tells us not merely about the unconscious, and also how we can use the unconscious positively.Ironically, a fair amount of this knowledge is embedded in ancient Hindu Buddhist scriptural wisdom, over 5000 years old. Some of my work is to link this wisdom to science through experiential evidence in coaching. I would like to talk to you about the Fourth State of Awareness, which I term Mindlessness, and how this links to modern science and how this is the essence of coaching. I practice, teach and research on this and you are welcome to be part of it.
Ram S Ramanathan, PCC ICF, BCC CCE, SP EMCC: Executive Leadership Coach, Trainer, Teacher, Speaker, Author
Ram is the Founder and a Principal at Coacharya, (http://coacharya.com) a global coaching alliance focused on leadership development. As the resident mentor coach, Ram oversees and conducts all aspects of coaching and training services offered under the Coacharya banner. He is also responsible for creating the proprietary Mindlessness model and several tools to create awareness in coaching. Coacharya has trained over 200 executives to ICF credentials. Its cadre of trained professional coaches coach leaders across the globe. Coacharya specializes in developing coaching cultures in corporations, by developing internal coaches based on systemic coaching principles, using action learning methodology with evidence based results through its signature Coach To Lead model.
Ram brings an accomplished career of 45 years to the helm of Coacharya. As an engineer turned business builder and CEO, his career has been across multiple industries from consumer goods to steel, oil and IT, overseeing multinational global operations. Ram’s success as a corporate leader has been due to a natural ability to form teams and motivate them to peak performance. Ram transitioned from his formal corporate responsibilities to a serial entrepreneur and start-up coach, in order to help fulfill visions of people wanting to build successful institutions. Ram continues to mentor coach many colleagues and subordinates in furthering their careers, enhancing their performances and balancing their lives.
|Event Date||Monday, 25 April 2016|
|Event End Date||Wednesday, 27 April 2016|
|Cut off date||Monday, 25 April 2016|
|Event Date||Tuesday, 19 April 2016|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 19 April 2016|
|Cut off date||Tuesday, 19 April 2016|
“The Future of Coaching in Asia: An ICF Perspective”
With 3 guests: the ICF Global CEO, the Vice-Chair of the Global ICF Board, and the Director of Chapter Development for ICF
April 18th, The Hub (128 Prinsep Street), 6-9pm
6-7pm - Meet your ICF Global leaders and Chapter ExCo
7-9pm - Presentation on the future of coaching in Asia
Free for ICF members. $25 for non-members.
|Event Date||Monday, 18 April 2016|
|Event End Date||Monday, 09 May 2016|
|Cut off date||Monday, 18 April 2016|
Dear ICF Member,
The International Coach Federation, Singapore Chapter will hold its’ Annual General Meeting on Monday, March 14th, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. at:
The Hub Singapore, 128 Prinsep Street (by Bugis/Bras Basah, Dhoby Ghaut, Rocher).
Before then, please review President Anisha's 2015-2016 Chapter Activity report.
The 2016-2017 Excutive Committee will be announced at the AGM -- voting will start 3 weeks prior.
If you would like to get involved in the growth and sustainability of ICF, please learn more here, and reach out to our president Anisha with your interests and feedback! email@example.com
This meeting exclusive to current ICF Members ONLY and is free of charge.
Celebrate & Initiate:
This is our annual member celebration! It is a chance to review all that we've done as a chapter this year, explore upcoming initiatives, get involved in new projects, welcome feedback, thank the current ExCo, and welcome in new chapter leaders. Before then, please review President Anisha's 2015-2016 Chapter Activity report.
If you have any questions you would like the Exco to address or some general comments you would like to submit before the event, please send them to Saba at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear members, you are invited to...
an evening of conversations exploring meaning, ideas and action on the theme
Synergy in ICF Singapore - 2016
The purpose of the ProAction Cafe is not to get to the bottom of an issue. It is to practice the art of dialogue - listening with attention, speaking with intention - while we explore the parts of the iceberg that lie under the water.
On the day we will invite you as a member to propose an idea, project or topic you would like to see in our ICF Singapore community. Through the proaction café you will be able to explore with all other members, to get many perspectives and insights. At the beginning of the event we will invite you to share your idea and become a co-facilitator in our pro-action café. In our eyes the best way to experience it.
We invite you to:
Formal AGM Agenda:
This is also a official event as a registered society in Singapore.
For more information, please email Angela at email@example.com.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Cost for ICF Members: Free of charge
|Event Date||Monday, 14 March 2016|
|Event End Date||Monday, 14 March 2016|
|Cut off date||Monday, 14 March 2016|