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ICF NYC ASSESSMENTS CAFÉ
September 26 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
ICF NYC ASSESSMENTS CAFÉ
Date: Wednesday, September 26th
Time: 5:30-6:00 PM Registration: 6:00-8:00 Program
Location: Lee Hecht Harrison, 230 Park Avenue- Suite 600
Pricing: $25, members, $35 guests – no tickets at the door
CCEUs: 1 CORE and 1 RESOURCE credit
Whether you are an executive coach, life coach, career coach, or you coach others in your life, assessments can be great tools to provide a roadmap in a coaching engagement. Join us for an interactive evening where you will learn from a prestigious group of our very own ICF NYC chapter members, as they share their knowledge and experience with eight assessment tools they currently use in their practices. You’ll get an “insider’s view” on the following assessments:
Leadership Effectiveness 360
MBTI Step II
Neething Brain Index
The GC Index
This evening of learning and networking will feature lively discussions on:
- How these assessments may expand your coaching toolkit
- Success stories and how they might relate to your clients
- The certification process, pricing, reporting and next steps for using these tools
Space is limited so sign up for our Café today. It promises to be a lot of fun!
Learn a bit about our illustrious line-up of our community experts here:
Rachel Ciporen – Neethling Brain Index
Rachel Ciporen, EdD is an educator, coach and organizational development consultant. She works with global executives and their teams across multiple industries and designs leadership and coaching programs. Rachel is a faculty member of the Columbia University Coaching Program and the Gestalt OSD Center.
Isabelle Grenier, PCC- Saville Wave
Isabelle Grenier, PCC, is the founder of Meta Consulting Group. Previous corporate work experience includes Procter & Gamble and IBM followed by many years as an Executive Search Partner for Amrop and Korn Ferry International. She brings unique global perspectives having worked in Belgium, France, China, Indonesia, Singapore, and the United States. She is also a Team Performance Certified Coach.
Kully Jaswal – The GC Index
Kully Jaswal, PCC, is the founder of Ignition Coaching. Formerly a director for Deloitte UK, she is now a certified teacher for Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute, and a faculty member for Dr. Daniel Goleman’s Coaching for Emotional Intelligence Certification Program.
Barbara Kurka – Leadership Effectiveness Analysis 360
Barbara Kurka, PCC, is the founder of BFKCoaching. Previously an executive in Human Resources, she has worked with Grey Advertising, Katz Media Group, Accenture and Sumitomo Bank Financial Services. She is also a certified career coach.
Katherine Lewis – Birkman
Katherine Lewis, ACC, CPCC, is founder of Lewis Rush Associates. Katherine began her career as a management consultant at Bain & Company. After earning her MBA at Harvard University, she held senior leadership roles in companies such as Time Warner, Cablevision, and Starwood Hotel & Resorts.
Cherise Myers – MBTI Step II
Cherise Myers, PCC, is co-founder of The Dream Coach Academy and founder of Myers Management and Leadership Consulting. She is a sociologist and public servant who utilizes her skills as master level facilitator and Global Concierge of Love to transform lives around the world. Cherise currently works with executives and their teams in the largest transportation agency in the nation.
Matthew Siegel – Self-Directed Search
Matthew Siegel, Ph.D., is founder of Matthew Siegel Consulting providing executive coaching. He has also worked extensively to help people maximize their vocations. Prior to his doctoral training in counseling psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University he was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco.
Angela Wright – MTQPlus
Angela Wright, J.D. LLM, MSc. (CoachPsych) is the managing director of Christleton Consulting, the Director of the Coaching Center of Excellence & Co-Chair of Coaching Supervision Programs at the Association for Talent Development NYC. She works globally as a coach, researcher, educator and supervisor.