11/13/2017 – The Coach’s Guide to the Executive Brain

CEU/CCE: ICF: .5 hours – Core Competencies, .5 hours Resource Development BCC: 1.5 hours Speaker:  Madeleine Homan Blanchard, MCC, MS in Neuroleadership, co-founder of Blanchard Coaching Services, TED Fellow coaches, and founding board member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Program: As consultants and coaches we need to understand how the latest research in neuroscience […]

10/9/2017 – “Insighting” Yourself and Your Clients to Faster, More Meaningful Coaching Results: Taking Care of Business with the Enneagram

Speaker:  R. Karl Hebenstreit, Ph.D. CEU/CCE: ICF: 1.5 hours (Core Competency) BCC: 1.5 hours Learn your individual coaching style to address deeper transformational needs of your clients, and discover how to use one of the most rapidly growing public domain typing systems for instant acceptance and application. If you’ve experienced costly certification tools that your […]

9/11/2017 – How to Position Yourself as the Go-To Expert in Your Niche Market

Speaker:  Debbie Allen CCE/CEU: ICF: 1.5 hours (Resource Development) BCC: 1.5 hours Accelerate Your Market Positioning to Gain More Credibility, More Clients and More Sales Quickly accelerate your brand awareness and expertise by effectively marketing yourself as the go-to expert within your niche market or industry. Learn how to become recognized as the authority and […]

8/14/2017 – Achieving Alignment with Yourself and the Clients You Serve

SPEAKERS:      Ken Sergi,  Timi Gleason, and Karen Dietz CEU/CCE: ICF:  1.5 hours (Resource Development) BCC: 1.5 hours One of the single biggest obstacles to achieving client success has proven to be misalignment either between yourself or the clients that you serve. Our own bias can derail alignment and the client’s ability to get results, […]

7/10/2017 – Coaching & Managing Millennials: Bridging the Generation Gap

Speaker: Erin Passons Program CEU/CCE: ICF: 1.5 hours (Resource Development) BCC: 1.5 hours For the first time in history, four generations are working side by side.  Navigating generational differences in the workplace can be challenging: our diverse backgrounds, experiences, and societal influences determine some of the ways we behave at work and even the ways […]

6/12/2017 – Authenticity in Action

Speaker: Norma T. Hollis Program Take the Authenticity Assessment and learn how it can be used as a coaching tool. The Authenticity Assessment is a nine-question assessment that enables people to examine their level of authenticity. When coaches learn the process and couple the assessment with the Authenricity Grid, they have a tool to gain […]

5/8/2017 – Why Purpose Matters: How to inspire a deeper level of engagement, commitment and action in work and life

Speaker:  Jeff Vanderwielen, PhD, founder of ZGroup, Inc Program: A powerful way to motivate clients to stretch, grow and work through barriers is to connect them to their deeper sense of purpose and meaning in life. People anchored in a clear sense of purpose, how they serve others or something bigger than themselves, are more […]

3/13/2017 – Self-Awareness: The Key to Transformative Coaching

Speaker: Billie Frances, M.A., Certified Mindful Coach, Board Certified Coach Program:  Are you comfortable when clients don’t have goals and action plans?  Are you willing to not hurry clients who encounter snags along the way?  Do you practice being committed but not attached? In order to powerfully serve our clients, we must fully commit to […]

2/13/2017 – Follow-up: Conversational Intelligence

Susan Curtin did a wonderful job in February going through the importance and impact of conversational intelligence.  If you enjoyed her topic, you might be interested in further information on this topic.  Attached is an Executive Book Summary of Conversational Intelligence by Judith E. Glaser.  Susan mentioned this book during her workshop. Conversational_Intelligence

2/13/2017 – Conversational Intelligence®: Co-creating better coaching relationships

Speaker: Susan Curtin, MS, CEAP, BCC, MCEC Program: Have you ever considered that there are ways to masterfully manage your client conversations? Are you currently able to intentionally create coaching transformations for others? Can you move a conversation from Level 1 to Level 3?  Would you like to know how coaches do these things and what are […]

1/9/2017 – Follow Up – The Art of Asking Great Questions

In January, we had our distinguished past president, Tamara Furman, speak to the group on The Art of Asking Great Questions.  In order to be truly effective as an executive, leadership or life coach, leader or consultant we must learn and practice the art of asking great questions.  Being curious, courageous and often a bit controversial […]

1/9/2017 – The Art of Asking Great Questions

Speaker: Tamara Furman, PCC, BCC, CPBA/CPMA Program: The Art of Asking Great Questions If you examined your professional conversations with your clients, what percentage of the time are you engaged in talking?  What are you saying when you are talking?  Are you providing advice, based upon your own experience, rendering your opinion on what you would do, or […]