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Welcome to ICF South Florida JOIN US
Welcome to ICF South Florida JOIN US
Welcome to ICF South Florida JOIN US
Welcome to ICF South Florida JOIN US
Welcome to ICF South Florida JOIN US
Welcome to ICF South Florida JOIN US

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Can you have a coaching relationship if you don't have trust?
The foundational piece of the coaching relationship is to establish trust between the coach and the client.

How the ICF Core Competencies support the foundation of the Gold Standards of Coaching?
The updated ICF Core Competencies were released in November 2019 and starting this year.

Designing Excellent Leaders by Applying ICF Core Competencies.
This article goes into a deeper discussion of the second Core Competency and how embodying a coaching mindset shapes excellent leaders.

Engaging the Sixth Sense to Produce Lasting Results for Your Coaching Practice
The sixth sense is sometimes known as intuition, but it is really so much more than that.



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When Clients Attack: How to Maintain a Coaching Mindset in the Presence of Fear

Kathleen O’Grady, MCC

Kathleen O'Grady, MCC, is the self-made authentic leader, and positively disruptive pioneer responsible for launching Raleigh Coaching, LLC in 2008.

Thursday, March 11, 2021
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST

Members - No Fee
Non-Members and Guests - $15.00
One of the most taboo and uncomfortable topics to discuss is how coaches feel when their client goes on the attack. While this can be a rare occurrence, it's bound to happen sooner or later. A coach's ability to maintain a coaching mindset, composure, and compassion is imperative to managing these delicate moments.

The group will be invited to speak openly and vulnerably about times when they were mistreated by their clients, how it made them question themselves as a coach, and how they professionally dealt with their own feelings while respecting their clients.

Learning Objectives:
Spot fear-based resistance and address it head-on. 
Develop tools and techniques to maintain confidence, self-compassion, and emotional peace of mind in the face of professional drama.
Form a clear plan to take advantage of peer supervision, mentoring, and other ethical resources instead of struggling in silence.

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