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Date :  19th Aug Thursday
Time :  8-9pm
Location  Zoom (Zoom link will be send 3 days before event)



Only for ICF Singapore Members
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Event Date Thursday, 19 August 2021
Event End Date Thursday, 19 August 2021
Cut off date Thursday, 19 August 2021


Are we biased? What is the purpose of biases in our behaviour? Can they help us in our coaching practice? Definitely not, they can represent a source of misunderstanding of our client’s situations and needs; leading to a non-effective coaching support. 

How to recognize those biases that limit our effectiveness and our client’s self-understanding? In this webinar we will learn how to listen identifying those biases and what are the right coaching questions to formulate that will bring positive results.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the influence that unconscious biases have on our coaching practice, specifically on our clients and how can affect results.
  • Identifying when unconscious biases can be useful and when they are ineffective or counter-productive for the coaching outcome.
  • Learning the right coaching questions supporting our clients to rewrite their patterns of conditioning.

About the Speaker

Carlos has over 20 years of experience supporting the development of leaders and management teams alike on an international scale.Raised and educated in Argentina, Carlos lived and worked in Europe for twelve years, seven years in Canada and now is back in Europe. He works as an Executive & Performance Coach and gives workshops on Neuromanagement.Originally educated as a Medical Doctor in Argentina, Carlos draws on this training in medicine, and understanding of the brain, to apply neuromanagement coaching modalities that lead to sustainable change for his clients.

Over the course of his previous career, for more than twenty years he has also gained management experience in business executive roles working for multinationals such as Hoffmann-La Roche and Pharmacia Corp/Pfizer.

He is a professor of Neuromanagement in the MBA program at the University of New York in Prague and a thought leader with the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate 


  • Medical Degree. Argentina.
  • Clinical Psychopathology Postgraduate Diploma. Spain.
  • Roche International Managers & Executive Development Course, Laussane Business School.
  • Psychotherapy and Hypnosis Certification, Institute Erickson Madrid.
  • Coaching International Certification through the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.

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Event Date Thursday, 22 July 2021
Event End Date Thursday, 22 July 2021
Cut off date Thursday, 22 July 2021
Individual Price 10.00
 Date :  24th June Thursday
 Time :  7-8pm
 Location :  Online. (Zoom link will be send 3 days before event) 


Event Date Thursday, 24 June 2021
Event End Date Thursday, 24 June 2021
Cut off date Thursday, 24 June 2021


The notion of being not good enough and the stress of feeling like you’re just about to get found out can be damaging and draining. The sense that at some point you're going to be exposed as a faker can be crippling to achievement and can cause anxiety and overwork. For those who experience this often it can lead to depression and disengagement.

While there's been much discussion about the 'imposter syndrome' delivered via social media channels recently, much of what is presented clouds the reality and complexity of the experience. More correctly called the impostor phenomenon (IP), the experience is common and despite a recent increase in publicity about the ‘imposter syndrome’, there’s a good deal of misunderstanding about the experience.

This session aims to identify what the impostor phenomenon actually is, where it comes from and why it’s so difficult to diminish. Exploring the social consequences and influences, this session situates IP as a suite of behaviours and thought patterns that are socially learned and therefore can be unlearned and offers some basic tools to allow coaches to help people examine and diminish their own experience of IP.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the reality of the impostor phenomenon
  • Determine the antecedents and social cues that 'feed' impostor feelings
  • Explore coaching responses to impostor experiences in others

About the Speaker

Terri Simpkin is an industry experienced academic, educator, researcher, public speaker and an authority on the impostor phenomenon.

Terri is an Associate Professor and Head of MBA Programmes (Int’l) at the University of Nottingham and a Visiting Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University. Her current research interest has developed into Braver Stronger Smarter – a suite of initiatives designed to address personal and structural issues leading to workplace inequity and the under-representation of women in leadership, STEM occupations and higher education.

As CEO of her own company, Mischief Business Engineering, she has worked globally with governments, industry associations, large and small business and is an accomplished international academic manager.

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Event Date Wednesday, 23 June 2021
Event End Date Wednesday, 23 June 2021
Cut off date Wednesday, 23 June 2021
Individual Price 10.00
International Coaching Week
(Singapore) 2021

Call For Volunteer Coaches!
Empowering Women Who Do It All!

29 May 2021, Saturday, 10.00 to 11.30 am via Zoom

We are partnering with Mindful Space, to deliver a discovery webinar followed by coaching sessions to the participants.

Through this program, the goal is for the participants to experience the power of coaching and equip them with the clarity necessary to enable the change. 

Coaches signing up for this program need to COMMIT to:

  • The event on Saturday 29th May 2021 from 10:00 - 11:30am via Zoom for the full duration

  • Mandatory to attend the full session

  • It will include 1 x 45 minute coaching session (1:1) in breakout room Requirements: 1) Current ICF Singapore Chapter member 2) Minimum ACC credential 3) Mandatory to attend the full event on Saturday 29th May 2021 from 10:00 - 11:30am

  • Click on the button for event details and to register your interest as a participating Coach.

    Register by 7th May 2021

Event Date Saturday, 29 May 2021
Event End Date Saturday, 29 May 2021
International Coaching Week
(Singapore) 2021

Date :  17 May 2021 - 21 May 2021
Time :  8:30-10:45 am | 1:00-2:45 pm | 6:00 – 8:15 pm
Venue  :  Zoom Webinar 
Fee :  Free for ICF Members 
 $50 for Non-Members
CCEU :  To be advised

International Coaching Week (Singapore) 2021

Singapore's largest and most prominent annual conference for Coaches and Coaching Practitioners. Join regional attendees and learn from renowned experts from all over the world virtually.  

This year ICF Singapore has decided to focus on “Shaping the Future of Coaching in Asia” as we help the community navigate out of these challenging times. The Purpose is very clear: explore and demystify the emerging trends in coaching to multiply the impact of coaching on communities, with a sharp focus on the Asian context.

As part of the International Coaching Week 2021 - ICW, we will partner with NTU to provide coaching to students (undergrads and postgrads). 

Get an overview at the official ICW (Singapore) event page:

Please read ticketing instructions carefully

You get a complimentary pass to the full conference.  

If you are unable to log in, kindly ensure you are using the same email address you registered with ICF Global (which is used to log into your ICF global website members area). If you can't recall your password, simply reset your password.

If you still face issues, write in 

You will then need to login in order to obtain your free pass.  

For ICF Global Members,
ICF Partners and non-members

Event Date Monday, 17 May 2021
Event End Date Friday, 21 May 2021
Cut off date Thursday, 20 May 2021
Individual Price 50.00

To be held on Tuesday, May 11th 2021 - From 6.00 to 8.45 pm

As part of the International Coaching Week 2021 - ICW, we will partner with NTU to provide coaching to students (undergrads and postgrads). 

The event will be a live, face to face session at NTUpremises in Jurong..

This is a pro bono engagement.  Coaches signing up to volunteer for this program: 

Must attend the session in person on 11 May 2021.
May follow up with 2 further virtual sessions with the coachee (based on mutual agreement)


  • 6.00 to 7.00 pm - Dinner (provided by NTU for students and coaches)
  • 7.00pm - Welcome
  • 7.05pm – Presentation: What is coaching?
  • 7.30pm - Breakout for 1-to-1 coaching
  • 8.00pm – Sharing, Reflections and Q&A
  • 8.45pm – End Of Session


  1. Current, live ICF Singapore Chapter member
  2. Minimum ACC credential
  3. Your commitment to attend the entire event on Tuesday, May 11th, from 6.00pm till 8.30pm

To sign up HERE, latest, by April 22nd 2021.

Safe Management Measures to be observed during event: 












  1. Wear a mask at all times and take your temperature prior to attending the event.
  2. If you are not feeling well or are serving Stay-Home notice, please see a doctor and rest at home.
  3. Use the TraceTogether mobile App for check-in/check-out at all venue, and complete a health declaration form.
  4. keep to maximum 8 people per table or group with 1-metre distancing between groups, and avoid intermingling between groups.


Event Date Thursday, 06 May 2021
Event End Date Thursday, 06 May 2021
Cut off date Thursday, 06 May 2021