MASTERFUL COACHING UNPLUGGED: CONNECTING THE ICF CORE COMPETENCIES
Speaker : Kathy Tracey
Date : Tuesday – July 7th 2020
Time : 10.00 am to 11.30 am (UTC +8 Malaysia time)
Venue : Zoom Webinar
Fee : Free
Systemic Coaching: Finding Your Inner Resources through Systemic Awareness
In these, and other challenging times, it is sometimes hard for us to find our own internal resources. If we are feeling stressed or anxious, whilst of course pretending to be fine (because we are coaches️), then it’s no surprise we are not at our best. Lots of our clients are struggling here too.
Your internal resources are the knowledge and skills that you gather from experience and then activate to allow you to regulate your emotional state, take good care of yourself, and grow in self-awareness, optimism and confidence.
Kathy Tracey MCC will share her systemic understanding and practice of finding resources, using an exercise called "The Piwakawaka’s Tail”. You will find this a versatile and easy to use tool which will become your ‘go-to' tool for a range of coaching situations. Simple but powerful. It’s particularly well received in life coaching, executive coaching and career coaching. This coaching intervention is a real gift right now as it’s easy to use when coaching by phone or video link.
“I put my resource tail up on the fridge – it transforms my self-belief & confidence every day!” Health Sector Manager.
What problem(s)/challenge(s) will attendees learn to solve and how will this support their professional or business needs?
Attendees will be equipped to use a new tool with clients that goes beyond storytelling. It allows both clients and coaches to work in a slower, more embodied way. Clients will identify resources to use in general, or in the face of a specific challenge.
Key takeaways for participants :
Understanding and practice of a new coaching tool to find resources
Understanding of Systemic Coaching Principles
Introduction to Embodied Work
Use of Metaphor in Coaching
ICF Core Competencies
Emotional Intelligence will help ICF Coaches with the following 2019 ICF Competencies:
Co-creating the Relationship
Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client Coaching Presence
Facilitating Learning and Results
Managing Progress and Accountability
About The Speaker
Kathy Tracey. FCIPD, M.Ed, MCC, Master Practitioner of Systemic Coaching. During her coaching career Kathy has regularly coached some of the most senior leaders in Government and Private sector organisations in the Channel Islands and Europe. Her clients have included many senior partners in blue chip global Law and Accountancy firms, Directors in the Finance Sector, and many Heads of Service in Government Departments. She has returned to the country of her birth and now has a coaching & training practice based in Wellington. Kathy has been studying and practicing Systemic Mapping & Coaching Constellations under the tutelage of John Whittington in London, the author of Systemic Coaching and Constellations (now in 2nd Edition). She completed intensive Practitioner level training in 2015 and is now engaged as one of a small group selected by John to journey on "The Path to Mastery'. Kathy uses Systemic Mapping and Coaching Constellations with her clients and for providing coach supervision. She is very excited to be able to share an overview of this transformational tool with us!
Email Address Kathy@scanzcoach.com
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ICF Malaysia Chapter Members – Free.
Non-Members RM30 per person only.
For Non Members
LIVE Webinar June 2020
COACH THE PERSON, NOT THE PROBLEM: USING REFLECTIVE INQUIRY FOR BREAKTHROUGH COACHING
Speaker : MARCIA REYNOLDS, PsyD, MCC
Date : WEDNESDAY 17 JUNE 2020
Time : 8:00 PM – 9:45 PM (GMT+8:00) KUALA LUMPUR
Platform : Zoom Conference ( get it free at www.zoom.us )
Fee : Free
Even experienced coaches fall into the trap of focusing on the problems clients bring to their sessions. If you stay focused on these dilemmas, the coaching feels like it is going in circles because of the emotional attachment your clients have to their problems. In the end, clients might find steps they are willing to take, but they don’t gain the new awareness that will help them avoid similar problems in the future.
This presentation and demonstration will help coaches and leaders shift their conversations from problem-solving to coaching the client to overcome the mental barriers that are keeping them from seeing their own way forward. It includes coaching techniques for quickly establishing trust and safety so the coaching can quickly go below the surface. Then it covers essential practices in Reflective Inquiry, not just asking questions, to create breakthroughs in awareness.
Participants will be able to immediately integrate what they learn with their current coaching practices to get more effective and fulfilling results.
Differentiate the external problem from the internal blocks that keep clients from discovering powerful solutions on their own.
Perform three steps in mental preparation to increase presence and more effectively coach the human in front of you instead of their problem.
Use reflective techniques as well as powerful questions to “vertically coach” deeper into what is keeping clients from moving forward.
ICF Core Competencies
Establishing the Coaching Agreement – tips on clarifying the outcome of the session and keeping it on track.
Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client – three mental habits to integrate while coaching to ensure clients feel psychologically safe enough to explore their thinking and emotions.
Coaching Presence – effective reflective practices depend on coaches being fully present to receive what the client offers with words and expressions. The demonstration will show this practice in action.
Active Listening – reflective inquiry is an active listening practice. Coaches will learn how to receive and offer back the clients’ experience for examination and new perspective.
Powerful Questioning – methods for combining reflection with questions for more powerful results than just asking questions.
Direct Communication – reflective statements are considered a part of direct communications. A list of types of statements will be shared as well as how to deliver them with non-reactive empathy.
8. Creating Awareness – the essential practices and mental habits of reflective inquiry quickly take the coaching conversation deep enough to create new awareness.
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmUuAwK-zcw Dr. Marcia Reynolds, MCC helps global organizations grow their leadership using coaching for accelerated results. Her clients include executives and emerging leaders in multinational corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies. She also speaks at coaching and leadership conferences around the world and has presented in 41 countries. She is recognized by Global Gurus as the #5 coach in the world and is one of 10 ICF coaches recognized in the Circle of Distinction.
Marcia was an early member of the International Coaching Federation, the 5th global president and one of the first 25 people in the world to become a Master Certified Coach (MCC). She teaches coaching for schools in the US, China, and Russia, offers classes in coaching mastery, and speaks at coaching conferences globally.
She is excited about co-leading an advanced ICF accredited coaching program with Julius Ordonez in Manila starting this August. She is passionate about how coaching contributes to making the world a better place for all.
Her doctorate is in organizational psychology and she holds two Masters degrees in communication and adult learning. Read more about Dr Marcia Reynolds on her website, https://www.Covisioning.com