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    • April 26, 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual Zoom Webinar

    Register Here

    ICF CCEs:  0.5 Core Competency, 0.5 Resource Development (approved)

    Paradoxical Leadership is a concept that is well-documented in organizational literature, designed to support leaders facing competing priorities, diverse perspectives, and constrained resources.  Many paradoxes are driven by leaders’ behavioral choices.  The challenge is to consider both paradoxical perspectives rather than using an either/or solution; for example Frankness and Diplomacy. This assessment is used in both personal and professional/executive coaching. 

    In this presentation, Sheryl Dawson will provide:

    • An overview of Harrison Assessment’s Paradoxical Leadership assessment, which enables leaders to measure seemingly contradictory behaviors and achieve balance, resulting in improved performance and relationships – both personal and professional.
    • An opportunity to experience the Harrison Assessments’ Paradox Report (pre-webinar via a 20-minute online assessment questionnaire – see note at bottom for procedure)
    • Insight into the unintended consequences of Paradox imbalance
    • An opportunity to gain awareness of how leaders and teams can improve performance and relationships through Paradox balance – and the role of the coach in that process
    • Case scenarios to deepen the understanding of how the Harrison Assessment gives the coach and client new awareness, deepens the learning, and informs the action for the client.

    Core Competencies include Creating Awareness, Powerful Questioning, and Designing Action. 

    To experience the Harrison Assessment at no cost, please register for the event, and then email Monica Leggett, PresidentElect@icf-ct.org. Monica will forward names to Sheryl weekly so that anyone can get results prior to the webinar. Cut-off date is April 22 to do the assessment in time. No names will be forwarded after that date.

    Bio
    Sheryl DawsonSheryl Dawson, MBA, BA
    is a Talent Consultant with over 25 years of experience; 17 years as Solutions Partner with Harrison Assessments.  Sheryl supports organizations across the talent cycle with a predictive behavioral assessment to achieve organizational and business goals.  She provides leadership and team development for executive teams utilizing Harrison Assessments’ Paradoxical Leadership concepts.

    sdawson@dawsonconsultinggroup.com
    www.dawsonconsultinggroup.com

    Opportunity for Certification with ICF educational credits through:
    http://www.dawsonconsultinggroup.com/certification-harrison-assessments/

     


    • May 01, 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • White Plains, NY
    Register

    White Plains CoachCafe! 

    CoachCafe! Mastermind of White Plains with Crystal Barrow, Facilitator

    Crystal Barrow is a practicing attorney and has been a Certified Professional Career Coach since 2014. As the Founder of Shape Your Success Coaching, LLC and having been employed in unique positions, her mission is to help others create the fulfilling and sustainable careers they want and deserve, on their own terms.

    The purpose of CoachCafe! is to help members grow their business in an environment of support and strength. Members know to come prepared to “offer” each other support, based on their strengths. At the same time, members are encouraged “to ask” each for help.

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     


    • May 01, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • LinkedIn Offices Empire State Building New York, NY
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    Join us to learn more about our respective intersections and get more people to experience our work.

    The 20th Annual International Coaching Week is just around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited!

    It will be an incredible opportunity to celebrate the work of our chapter’s coaches, create new opportunities for collaboration and much more.

    Our Intersections event will bring together Talent, Mental Health and Coaching professionals to create new opportunities for learning and collaboration. Dedicated ICW Coach Cafes will support local connections, and new Pro Bono Coaching opportunities will let a broad pool of people experience first-hand the value of coaching.

    Intersections: Uniting the Talent, Mental Health and Coaching Communities - May 1st at 6:00PM 

    Registration Deadline: April 28, 2019. No exceptions possible due to Empire State Building security requirements.

    This exciting panel discussion brings together the expertise and knowledge of coaches, mental health professionals and talent organization leaders. After a broader introduction on coaching application and its benefits, participants will have the choice of following one of two tracks:

          The Mental Health Track will dive more deeply into the ways coaching and therapy can complement one another in practice. Viewing coaching and therapy as a collaboration, coach and therapist will gain insight into the unique aspects of the two professions, understand how they can supplement each other and create cross-referral networks. We’ll explore when it is appropriate to refer clients to either coaching or therapy as well as understand the regulatory landscape.

          The Organizational Track will help coaches and talent professionals gain insight into the value and best practices of various coaching models as well as demonstrate the proven impact of coaching on organizations. Coaches will get insights into the different models of coaching cultures and how they can better help organizations achieve business results. Talent professionals will have the occasion to preview different models of coaching cultures and best practices to inform their own coaching organizations. 

    Networking will be supported by offering therapists and organizations one complimentary coaching session for themselves, their clients or a member of their company. Find all details under the Pro-Bono Coaching section and sign up by April 12th to take advantage of this opportunity!

    Keynote Opening


    Ann Rindone

    ICF Senior Director, Membership Global Development

    ICF Global


    Meet our speakers

    Mental Health Track

                   


    Dr. Elizabeth Cohen

    Dr. Elizabeth Cohen and Associates

    Clinical Director     

    Website LinkedIn Facebook Instagram 


    Patricia M. Raskin, Ph.D.

    Teachers College, Columbia U.

    Prof. Emerita

    LinkedIn 


    Kerrie Mohr

    A Good Place Therapy

    Founder, Owner, Therapist   

    Website LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Instagram 


    Stephanie Manes, JD, LCSW

    Private Practice

    Psychotherapy for Couples and Individuals

    Website 


    Lyne Desormeaux

    Desormeaux Leadership Consulting, LLC

    CEO

    Website Linkedin Twitter


    Organizational Track


    Hector Hernandez

    LinkedIn

    Senior Sales Readiness Performance Consultant - Manager Coaching and Onboarding


    Jessica Bannon Vanto

    Dechert LLP

    Global Director of Professional Development   

    Website


    Joanna Miller

    Asana

    Lead of Learning and Development


    Gail Bigley

    JP Morgan Chase

    Executive Director, Coaching, Leadership Development & Management Training

    Moderator:


    Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia

    Teachers College | Columbia University

    Associate Professor of Practice, Adult Learning and Leadership Programs      

    Website Linkedin Twitter



    Evening  agenda

     6:00 PM  6:30 PM  7:00 PM  8:00-9:00 PM
     Check-in  Take your seat  Choose your Track  Celebrate
     Registration and welcoming  Opening plenary  Mental Health or Organizational  Networking and light refreshments


    What else is happening?
                         

    Pro-Bono Coaching Opportunities - Sign up by April 12th

    As part of International Coaching Week, we will be launching a number of pro bono coaching opportunities for communities in need, as well as non-coach attendees to our Intersections event so that they may experience coaching first hand. Please consider joining our pro bono pool of coaches by signing up here.

    CoachCafe!

    Throughout the week there will be an increased frequency of CoachCafe! and we encourage all coaches to attend:

    May 1st: White Plains

    May 8th: Brooklyn

    May 3rd: Manhattan Day

    We look forward to welcoming you to International Coaching Week as we celebrate our accomplishments, reflect on the profound impact coaching continues to have throughout the world, and create opportunities for new connections.

    We can’t wait to see you there!

    Follow the latest updates online: #experiencecoaching  #experiencecoachingNYC  #intersections

    CCEUS: Core: 1.75, RD: 0.75

    Security and Registration Information

    In accordance with the Empire State Building security requirements, no walk in registration is possible. Exceptions cannot be accommodated. All attendees must be registered with ICF NYC no later than April 28, 2019.

    Please bring a government issued ID.   


    • May 03, 2019
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • NY, NY 10023
    Register


    Facilitator- Mindy Gewirtz MCC 

    Host Michael Mellen 

    After a winter hiatus, CoachCafe Manhattan is back in early May with one of our favorite hosts, Michael Mellen. Sip on your Starbucks, enjoy the view of the river and meet new and old CoachCafe friends before the program starts. 

    The big Why of CoachCafe is to create small communities of coaches focused on peer learning to help grow our business. 

    As an example, during the 90-minute format, coaches might discuss aspirations for their business, what they need help with, and how they could help the group. In our experience, every person walks away learning something new, based on the experience of their peers. 

    The purpose of CoachCafe! is to help members grow their business in an environment of support and strength. Members know to come prepared to “offer” each other support, based on their strengths. At the same time, members are encouraged “to ask” each for help.

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     


    • May 04, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Queens
    Register

    The purpose of CoachCafe! is to help members grow their business in an environment of support and strength. Members know to come prepared to “offer” each other support, based on their strengths. At the same time, members are encouraged “to ask” each for help.



    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     


    • May 08, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Brooklyn, New York 11209
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    Facilitator: MaryAnn Fappiano

    The purpose of CoachCafe! is to help members grow their business in an environment of support and strength. Members know to come prepared to “offer” each other support, based on their strengths. At the same time, members are encouraged “to ask” each for help.

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     


    • May 14, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Lee Hecht Harrison 230 Park Avenue Suite 600 New York, New York
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    Join us to expand your toolkit and learn new ways to challenge your clients' thinking!

    When: May 14th, 2019

    1 Core, 1 RD CCEU

    In this peer resource exchange, five coaches will share one tool or resource they use with their clients regularly and, when possible, they will demonstrate how to use the tool live. Come and learn to use the Parachute Method, Points of You Cards, Vision Boards, the Framestorming thinking process, and new tools for listening and communicating with compassion all in one night! You will also have the opportunity to reflect and discuss how you might bring those tools into your own coaching practice while connecting with fellow coaches. 

    These presentations will focus on:

          using vision boards as a goal setting tool for both coaches and their clients,

          the Points of You cards, a powerful tool for working with individuals who tend to “get stuck in their heads” ,

          the Parachute Method, a highly effective career coaching approach to help clients identify the unique value they can bring to an organization and put them in control of their career transitions,

          the Framestorm approach, an invitation for our clients to reframe a challenging situation in 3 steps based on core neurological principles,

          new techniques for listening and communicating with compassion, build rapport and improve personal and professional relationships.

    Meet our speakers


    Dominique Mas

    Lead With A Twist

    Transformational Coach for High Performers

    Website Linkedin Twitter Facebook 


    Pete Cafarchio

    Pete Coaching

    Coach

    Website Linkedin Twitter Facebook 


    Brian Gorman

    Transforming Lives

    Transformation Coach

    Website Linkedin Twitter Facebook 


    Karlene Roberts

    Stir It Up Coaching

    Personal & Executive Coach

    Website Linkedin  Twitter Facebook Instagram 


    Laura Thompson

    Laura Thompson Coaching & Consulting Services

    Founder, Executive Coach & Advisor

    Website Linkedin Facebook Twitter


    Evening  agenda

    6:00PM 

    6:30PM 

    8:00PM-8:30PM

    Registration

    Take your seat

    Networking


    Security and Registration Information

    Please bring a photo ID to present at the security desk.


    • May 15, 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • June 26, 2019
    • 9:30 AM
    • Virtual Platform
    Register


    Date and Time:

    Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - Wednesday, June 26, 2019

    Each Session: 8am- 9:30am

    Cost

    $150 for 7 hours of mentor coaching  

    DESCRIPTION

    Is your ICF ACC credential expiration date as 12/31/2019?

    This session may be for you!

    ACC renewal requires ten-hours of Mentor Coaching. Here's the information from the ICF coachfederation.org site as of 6/21/18:

    Renewal Requirements

         Submission of the online credential renewal application with appropriate documentation. Upon purchase, a link to the credential renewal application will be emailed to you.

         Participation in at least 40 hours of Continuing Coach Education (CCE) completed in the three years since the initial award of your credential or since your last credential renewal, with at least 24 hours in Core Competencies.

         At least three (3) Continuing Coach Education (CCE) units in the area of coaching

         ethics. This applies to all coaches whose ICF Credential are slated to expire on or after  

         December 31, 2019.

         View the ICF Ethics CCE Course

         For ACC renewals only, an additional 10 hours of Mentor Coaching above those hours required for your initial credential, completed in the three years since the initial award of your credential or since your last credential renewal. Mentor Coaching must be provided by an ICF Credentialed coach and take place over a period of three months or longer. This requirement is intended to promote your continued growth as a coach and help move you to the next credential level.

    Read more about the Mentor Coach requirement here: https://coachfederation.org/credential/landing.cfm?ItemNumber=3325

    Our offer for you:

         Form an ACC group of 10 or fewer for your first seven hours and barter the Mentor Coaching     

         - meaning take turns leading each of the Core Competency discussions. There are 32 Chapter

           ACCs expiring on 12/31/19.

        Form pairs for the three one-on-one hours required.

        Mentor Coaching must be at the same or higher level as the credential you are applying for.

        This means that if you intend to apply for PCC, you will need to engage a PCC of MCC for your Mentor Coaching requirement.

    If interested, sign up for this Mentor Coach Group and between May and June, we will help you organize a group or pairs!

    Thanks much,

    Amy

    Amy Bloustine, ACC

    ICF NYC Chapter President


    • May 15, 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    We are excited to announce that we are doing our first Virtual CoachCafe! for the ICF NYC Chapter.

    Mark your calendar for May 15th from 12:00pm- 1:00pm.                          

    You can still sip on your Starbucks from the comfort of your own home and meet new and old CoachCafe! friends virtually. 

    The big Why of the CoachCafe! is to create small communities of coaches focused on peer learning to help grow our business. As an example, during the 90-minute format, coaches might discuss aspirations for their business, what they need help with, and how they could help the group. In our experience, every person walks away learning something new, based on the experience of their peers. 

    The purpose of CoachCafe! is to help members grow their business in an environment of support and strength. Members know to come prepared to “offer” each other support, based on their strengths. At the same time, members are encouraged “to ask” each for help.

    Facilitated by Mindy Gewirtz PCC

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.


    • May 22, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Lee Hecht Harrison 230 Park Avenue Suite 600 New York, New York
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    Join us to expand your coaching skills in an interactive session on the Science Behind Goals and Habit Formation

    Goals, habit formation and behavior change are at the heart of coaching. In this session you’ll learn the science behind establishing habits that enable behavior change, and how those practices can strengthen you as a coach.  This event is ideal for all practice areas of coaching and will explore the underlying science of habit formation to help inform your coaching strategies and tactics. 

    It has been shown that regularly practiced behaviors become habits, no longer requiring us to continue thinking about doing them. In order to create desired habits and attain goals, we must remove obstacles and temptations in the environment that inhibit desired behaviors. When we reward behaviors, we insure they will be repeated.  This reinforcement can be either extrinsic with things like public praise and recognition or intrinsic with a boost to self-esteem.

    Understanding the routines that best help you to excel and how to acknowledge them sets you up for success in the impactful work that you do.

    Meet our speaker


    Brittany Holmes, PhD

    NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI)      

    Senior Researcher

    Dr. Holmes completed her Ph.D. in Social Neuroscience at the University of Rome in the Social and Cognitive Neuroscience Lab (SCNL), where she investigated the neural and behavioral correlates of social attention, self-other distinction and in-group/out-group membership processing. Her research incorporates neuroimaging, psychophysical and behavioral measures and is published in peer-reviewed journals.

    Previously, Dr. Holmes earned a master’s degree from Columbia University after studying cognitive neuroscience and education. She has taught courses in both cognitive and educational psychology and presented her research at many international conferences. 

    Dr. Holmes lends her scientific expertise to developing neuroscience-based learning experiences that transform organizational leadership. 

    Website    Linkedin 

    Evening  agenda

    6:00PM 

    6:30PM 

    8:00PM-9:00PM

    Check-in

    Take your seat

    Networking


    Join us as Dr. Holmes lends her scientific expertise to developing neuroscience-based learning experiences that transform organizational leadership.  Share an evening of discovery and expanded awareness as you learn about the ways in which your behaviors and habits support your excellence!

    CCEUs: Core Competencies 1.5, Resource Development 1

    Please bring a photo ID to present at the security desk. 



    • June 05, 2019
    • Millbank Chapel, Teachers College, Columbia University 525 West 120th St. New York, NY 10027
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    Join ICF Upstate New York and ICF NYC to explore how coaching with compassion is key in helping people achieve sustainable change!

    When: June 5th, 2019

    Registration: Register early to take advantage of discounted ticket prices! Early bird pricing ends May 10.

    Growing and developing is a major driving force in our quest to help others, make a difference and contribute to a better organization and society. Coaches help others establish a deep emotional connection called resonance, whether teacher-student, professor-student, doctor-patient, nurse-patient, coach-client, mentor-protégé, manager-subordinate, and likely parent-child and spouse/partner to spouse/partner. They are, literally, in tune with clients. Their own levels of emotional intelligence allows them to create and nurture these resonant relationships. They use their EI on the path through mindfulness, hope, compassion, and playfulness.

    These experiences of mindfulness, hope, compassion, and playfulness are essential to the renewal of the human organism at the neurological, hormonal, emotional, and behavioral levels. Based on decades of research into emotional intelligence competencies and longitudinal studies in their development, Professor Richard Boyatzis will lead the audience through examples of how coaching with compassion (i.e., coaching a person to the Positive Emotional Attractors (PEA), their vision and values) is key to leadership development and more resonant relationships. He will describe his own fMRI studies on coaching to the Positive Emotional Attractor (PEA) versus the Negative Emotional Attractor (NEA), as well as recent doctor-patient studies showing that arousal of the PEA increased treatment adherence for Type II Diabetics.  He will explain why this is central to neuro-endocrine renewal in the human body (which is the only antidote to the ravages of chronic stress).

    Among others, this session will address: 

    • A process for developing sustainable improvement on EI, resonant relationships and the central role of compassion in it.
    • The psycho-physiological role of the Positive Emotional Attractor and the Negative Emotional Attractor in motivating change or encouraging the status quo regression. 
    • How coaching with compassion is effective in helping people change in sustainable ways, but coaching for compliance is not. And why it is crucial to the sustainability of the coach as well.
    • The neural activations involved in these two forms of coaching and why one prepares a person to consider change and learning while the other closes their minds.
    • How to coach others to develop EI, resonant leadership, and to sustainably change.

    Meet our speaker

    Richard Boyatzis

    H.R. Horvitz Professor of Family Business

    Professor, Organizational Behavior

    Distinguished University Professor, Case Western Reserve University

    Author and professor Richard Boyatzis is one of the world's leading experts in leadership development and emotional intelligence (EI). His research on human behavior has revolutionized management education and helped spawn a new industry of competency consultants, researchers, academics, and executive coaches. Boyatzis is the Distinguished University Professor and the HR Horvitz Professor of Family Business at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and a Professor in Human Resources at ESADE in Barcelona, one of the top business schools in the world. He also is a Professor in the Departments of Organizational Behavior, Psychology and Cognitive Science at Case Western. A frequent guest lecturer at management schools throughout Europe and the U.S., he has written over 150 articles on leadership, motivation, behavioral change, emotional intelligence, and managerial competencies. His latest research studies are analyses of the neuroscience of effective leadership and coaching.

    Evening  agenda

    6:00PM 

    6:30PM 

    8:00PM-8:30PM

    Registration

    Take your seat

    Networking


    Security and Registration Information

    Register early to take advantage of discounted ticket prices! Early bird pricing ends May 10.

    Please note that Walk-in tickets will be subject to availability. We are not able to guarantee entry unless tickets are purchased in advance.

                   

    Early Bird

    (ends May 10)

    Regular

    Walk-In

    (subject to availability)

    ICF Member

    $40

    $50

    $60

    CCLA

    $40

    $50

    $60

    Guest

    $50

    $65

    $75

    Student* $25 $25 $35
    Live Streaming $35 $35 NA

    *Please note student ticket quantity is limited. Must present valid student ID at entry.

    Join the Coaching Study

    As we continue to bring our attention to demonstrating the ways in which professional coaching is impactful, both in a corporate and individual setting, we are excited about an opportunity to work with Dr. Richard Boyatzis and his research team at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in a ground breaking, first of its kind study of the Competencies of Effective Coaches.

    We encourage you to share your perspectives and be included in this important research. To have your voice included, Dr. Boyatzis is requesting the following:

          Approximately an hour of your time to complete a set of questionnaires

          The names of five to eight peers that can make observations about the frequency of your behavior expressing various competencies

          The names of five to eight people with whom you are starting or about to begin a coaching relationship (note that even 1 or 2 potential new clients is sufficient). Unfortunately, existing clients you are currently working with will not qualify to participate.

    Your participation is invaluable and, if you are able to share your insights, you can sign up and complete the questionnaires using the following link: 

    https://cwru.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1Cf1PX7ttwFFxNX 

    For more detailed information about the study, please check our brief FAQ or download the study factsheet.

Past events

April 10, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
April 10, 2019 AC: Introduction to Systemic Coaching Supervision
April 09, 2019 Rescheduled: Coaching Women Leaders to Succeed in Business
April 09, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
March 27, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
March 26, 2019 AC Regional Webinar: Coaches in Transition
March 04, 2019 IMPORTANT- March 4th Event Canceled: Coaching Women Leaders to Succeed in Business
February 26, 2019 WEBINAR ETHICS: Using Direct Communication Without Being Directive
February 20, 2019 AC USA East Coast - Being a Professional Coach: more than just competencies
February 16, 2019 Queens CoachCafe!
February 13, 2019 FROM CHAOS TO CALM :: LEADING CHANGE FROM THE INSIDE OUT
February 05, 2019 Improving Your Relational Presence in Coaching
January 30, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
January 25, 2019 LinkedIn for Your Coaching Practice: Build Brand Visibility, Get More Clients
January 16, 2019 It’s All About You… Find Out What’s Happening In 2019!!!
January 10, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
January 09, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
December 19, 2018 White Plains CoachCafe! December 2018
December 06, 2018 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe! December 6th, 10:30am-12:00pm
December 04, 2018 December 4 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe!
December 04, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence, Webinar: Coaching Supervision – what is it really all about?
November 28, 2018 2018 EAT, DRINK & BE MERRY With the ICF NYC Chapter
November 08, 2018 Transformational Coaching Demo
October 24, 2018 White Plains CoachCafe!
September 26, 2018 White Plains CoachCafe: September 26th 10:00am to 11:30am
August 26, 2018 ICF NYC ASSESSMENTS CAFÉ
August 26, 2018 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe! September 13th 2018, 10:30-12
June 20, 2018 Navigating the Credentialing Process Part 2: The PCC Markers
June 19, 2018 Staten Island CoachCafe! Launches June 19th
June 07, 2018 Neuroscience—Why It Matters in Executive Coaching

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