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Niche-based Special Interest Groups are designed to provide our members with an opportunity to build their network, learn and grow from their peers, and share their own experiences with the community.
Whether you have a specific niche, or still work as a generalist, come together with colleagues, share your insights and best practices, learn from other coaches in the field, build a broader understanding of the entire coaching industry, and expand your circle of contacts.
This SIG is a self-directed learning group where you will meet other like-minded coaches to discuss possible issues and challenges in your specific niche, learn trusted techniques, practice in real-life situations, and receive feedback from experts and colleagues.
Please join us to grow your knowledge, your network, and your net worth!
Space is limited to ten (10) coaches per Niche-specific SIG, so register early to secure your space.
What can we accurately claim to be the impact of coaching on the client’s brain? Is there a real, verifiable connection between what we do as coaches and our evolving understanding about the human brain? Join neuroscience and coaching expert Ann Betz for this fascinating session on the connections between current brain research and the revised ICF Competencies.
Experts in both coaching and change management will share how they leverage both disciplines to support leaders who are driving transformational change, and the value of being certified in both disciplines. Furthermore, they will share lessons learned on how best to blend coaching and change management to support organizational transformation.
Exponentially developing technology—especially artificial intelligence (AI)—brings huge promise but also confusing peril. AI has been called “The new electricity,” and 9.5 out of 10 CEOs expect their job to be disrupted by it. One study predicts nearly half of all jobs will be automated within 15 years. AI learning models double in size every 3 months and affect every aspect of our lives from our smartphones to our grocery stores to our schools. There are even AI applications for coaching.
Overwhelmed at the thought of so much change? So are your clients, unless they’re not yet aware of its scale. We have prepared people to face this wholesale disruption and can Overwhelmed at the thought of so much change? So are your clients, unless they’re not yet aware of its scale. We have developed coaching models that encapsulate our methods for bringing individuals and organizations to greater levels of resilience and this session is an introduction to those models and methods.
Join us and learn from directly from an MCC and certified ICF assessor about PCC Markers. PCC Markers are the indicators that an ICF credentialed assessor uses to listen for to determine which ICF Core Competencies are in evidence in a recorded coaching conversation. The following markers are the behaviors that should be exhibited in a coaching conversation at the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level.
Whether you are seeking credentialing for the first time for ACC or PCC, or you want to improve your competence in the art and science of coaching, this SIG was created for you. Limited to 20 participants.
Ebony is going to share her top 5 things she wished she had learned about the business of coaching in her accreditation program. This will be an interactive session with a Q&A period.