Webinar with ... Philippe Rosinski, MCC

COACHING ACROSS CULTURES: LEVERAGING CULTURAL DIFFERENCES FOR CREATIVITY, UNITY AND PURPOSE

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Event details

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Wednesday, 27 September 20175:00 pm - 7:00 pm (GMT+8:00) Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaICF Malaysia Members: Free
Non Members : RM45

Speaker:

Professor Philippe Rosinski, MCC is the author of the seminal bestseller Coaching Across Cultures. He is widely regarded as the pioneer of intercultural coaching having first systematically integrated the cultural perspective into coaching. He has trained hundreds of professional coaches and leaders across the world, helping them make the most of cultural differences. The first European to be designated Master Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation, a Master of Science from Stanford University, Philippe is principal of Rosinski & Company and a professor in Tokyo (Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business). His latest book Global Coaching has been described as “having moved the art and science of coaching to a new level”.

Websites: http://www.philrosinski.com and http://www.GlobalCoaching.pro

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/globalcoachingpro

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/philippe-rosinski-b9b5025

Session Title:

COACHING ACROSS CULTURES: LEVERAGING CULTURAL DIFFERENCES FOR CREATIVITY, UNITY AND PURPOSE

Session Description:

Cultural differences of all kinds are often a source of misunderstandings and frustrations. In this session, Philippe Rosinski will show how business and executive coaches can improve their impact by treating cultural differences as a source of richness and as an opportunity to go beyond current cultural limitations. You will learn about a broad, inclusive and dynamic concept of culture that contrasts with the traditional static and binary view (which tends to perpetuate limiting stereotypes).

This approach will allow you to make the most of diversity (including differences in gender, generation, background) for greater business results and constructive societal impact.

Session Takeaways:

  • Learn how to release higher creativity as well as promote unity by making the most of alternative cultural perspectives;
  • Discover how to extend beyond current cultural norms, values, and beliefs (and stereotypes) when working with people;
  • Acquire a vocabulary to describe salient cultural characteristics and beware ethnocentric pitfalls;
  • Learn about the Cultural Orientations Framework (COF) assessment and how the tool can be used to promote individual, team and organizational development.

Core Competencies:

CO-CREATING THE RELATIONSHIP

  • Establishing trust and intimacy with the client
  • Coaching Presence

COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY

  • Active Listening
  • Powerful Questioning
  • Direct Communication

FACILITATING LEARNING AND RESULTS

  • Creating Awareness

14  October 2017 Chapter Meeting

ICF Independent Review Board Members - Thomas Chen, PCC & Dr. Frances Penafort, PCC

ETHICS IN COACHING

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Saturday, 14 October 20179:00 am - 12:30 pm (GMT+8:00) Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaTaylor's University Lakeside CampusICF Malaysia Members: Free
Non Members : RM30

Speaker:

ICF Independent Review Board Members - Thomas Chen, PCC & Dr. Frances Penafort, PCC

Session Title:

ETHICS IN COACHING

Session Description:

The ICF Code of Ethics governs the standards of ethical conduct of ICF credentialed coaches. It is used by coaches, mentors, coach students, supervisors, trainers, etc. as a set of guidelines in managing ethical dilemmas.

Ethics specifically refers to a system of moral principles that affect the way in which people make decisions and how they lead their lives (Townsend cited in Passmore, 2011).

Ethical dilemmas involves people, their values, beliefs, assumptions, actions and behaviours. Because it is a conglomerate of multiple factors, the solution or answer to ethical dilemmas are not obvious, easy or straight forward.

Hence coaches and other users of the ICF Code of Ethics may find it difficult to overcome these ethical dilemmas.

In this session, the participants/audience will be exposed to:-

  1. Gaining clarity over why ethical dilemmas arise
  2. Vetting a set of examples of ethical dilemmas which are representative of incidents that arise for coaches and their clients during their coaching assignments.
  3. Brainstorming in groups to create potential “solutions” to these ethical dilemma examples
  4. Learning recommended strategies to mitigate potential ethical dilemmas

Webinar with ... Phillip Sandahl,MCC, CTPC, CPCC, ORSCC

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM COACHING AND WHY IT MATTERS

This webinar is FREE for ICF Malaysia members only and non members have to purchase a ticket for RM45.

ICF Malaysia members, please log in to register for the webinar.

Non ICF Malaysia members, please click on "Buy Now" button to pay RM45​. You will be directed to Paypal payment page that provides you with 2 payment options. Click here to see​ sample of Paypal payment page. After payment is ​completed, you will be redirected to a registration page. Complete the registration form in order to receive a confirmation email with your unique webinar access details from Zoom. If you d​o ​not ​see the ​Paypal ​​payment page or ​registration page​,​​ or do not receive the confirmation email​, please send an email to webinar@icfmalaysia.org to inform us​ and also include screenshot of your payment ​confirmation details​ with the email.



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Friday, 27 October 20179.00 am - 10.15 am (GMT+8:00) Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaICF Malaysia Members: Free
Non Members : RM45

Speaker:

Phillip Sandahl, MCC, CTPC, CPCC, ORSCC

Co-Founder of Team Coaching International (TCI), Phil Sandahl is an internationally recognized coach, trainer, and author. He has worked with teams in North America, Europe and Asia. Phil has presented at conferences in Finland, Poland, Switzerland, Spain, Canada, Australia, and the U.S.

Phil has trained more than 1,500 team coaches from more than 45 countries. The TCI certification program leads to the designation: Certified Team Performance Coach™ (CTPC). The training includes online, blended learning and an in-person Master Class.

The training also certifies coaches in the Team Diagnostic™ suite of team and team leader assessment tools. The TCI methodology and tools have been used with thousands of teams worldwide and the team assessment is in 22 languages.

Phil is also co-author of the leading textbook on coaching: Co-Active Coaching: Changing Business, Transforming Lives, with more than 120,000 copies in print and in 10 languages.

Website:
http://teamcoachinginternational.com/leader/phil-sandahl/
http://www.philsandahl.com/bio.htm

LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/phillipsandahltci

Session Title:

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM COACHING AND WHY IT MATTERS

Session Description:

Fundamentally, coaching is coaching whether the client is one person or a team of 12. The core principles and the underlying model are the same. Many of the skills and competencies are familiar. But the application to the work with teams creates a new and unique set of conditions. The truth is, the differences between individual coaching and team coaching go way beyond the simple numbers. To be an effective team coach it’s important to recognize the distinctions and the affect they have on the work with teams.

Join Team Coaching International co-founder, Phil Sandahl as he unpacks the differences and what those differences mean in practical terms in coaching teams. Phil Sandahl is ideally positioned for this subject, with years of experience in both worlds. He is a former senior faculty member for The Coaches Training Institute (CTI), the world’s largest coach training organization. He is co-author of “Co-Active Coaching”—the bestselling text on the subject of individual coaching with more than 120,000 copies in print.

He is also co-founder of Team Coaching International, a pioneer in the team coaching profession. He has worked with teams around the world and trained more than 1,400 team coaches from 45 countries over the last 10+ years.

Session Takeaways:

  1. An understanding that the team is a living system – what that means in terms of coaching
  2. How to listen to the voice of the team—not just individual team members
  3. The role of a team coach and how that differs when the conversation includes 10 people instead of a private one-on-one dialogue
  4. The importance of and guidelines for designing the many relationships inherent in team coaching: between coach and team; among team members; between coach and team leader
  5. Where clients start is different (teams vs individuals) and where the focus is will also be different: what those differences are and the impact on coaching teams

Core Competencies:

  • Setting the Foundation – especially establishing the Coaching Agreement
  • Co-Creating the Relationship – especially Establishing Trust (multiple relationships) and Coaching Presence (dancing in the moment with a team of 10 vs one individual client)
  • Facilitating Learning and Results – especially creating awareness; there is an essential shift in team coaching from “me” to “we” with team clients; that awareness shift is important for development, action and accountability.

INTERNATIONAL COACHING & LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

Engage | Empower | Thrive
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Wednesday, 8 November 2017

This 2017 International Coaching & Leadership Summit is a dynamic event designed to strengthen connections within the coaching community and offering cutting-edge learning to build a thriving coaching culture in Asia. This is an opportunity to advance towards mastery in the latest coaching techniques using neuroscience, industry best practices and research leveraging how coaching creates sustainable value for individual development, team development and corporations in the private and public sectors.

To register with a group discount click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/international-coaching-summit-tickets-32081679166

Let’s build a coaching culture together!

Sponsorship/Exhibiting Opportunities:
Sponsoring the International Coaching Summit is a great opportunity to showcase your engagement to place Human Capital at the top of the list of your priorities. To learn more about the Summit sponsorship packages, to be a part of "Advancing the Practice of Coaching" or be an Exhibitor, please click here: http://icfmalaysia.org/international-coaching-summit_sponsor

We have great presenters who will create a one-of-a-kind attendee experience. You will engage with speakers who have subject-matter expertise and facilitation skills offering a high level of attendee engagement.

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