ICF Philadelphia Professional Development Day
Featuring Presentations by Sarah Halley, PCC and Suzanne Kaplan
May 10, 2019
8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
The Inn at Villanova University
Attendees are eligible for 4 Core Competency CCEUs
(full breakfast included)
The Platinum Rule: Coaching Across Generations
Presented by Suzanne Kaplan
In this collaborative session, we will cut through the hype and stereotypes surrounding Millennials and the multi-generational workforce and focus on the knowledge and skills both internal and external coaches need to address the generational impact on communications, styles, work habits, motivators and expectations. At the program’s conclusion, participants will be able to:
- Understand the historic shift in our workforce generational makeup, how it is driving change, and the challenges it creates for organizations, individuals and leadership
- Identify the characteristics of each generation and have the knowledge to proactively challenge assumptions and stereotypes that prevent full utilization of talents.
- Learn specific and concrete strategies that can be used immediately for engaging and developing emerging Millennial talent
- Develop more positive work relationships with clients and colleagues to improve multi-generational collaboration.
About Our Speaker
Suzanne F. Kaplan, often referred to as The Millennial Decoder, is president of Talent Balance, a top-rated speaker and highly regarded multigenerational leadership trainer. She works with leaders to go beyond generational hype and stereotypes to bridge styles, foster collaboration, and improve workforce communications, engagement, innovation and productivity.
With deep experience in both the public and private sectors, Suzanne has partnered with a wide range of organizations in pharmaceutical, financial services, consumer products, IT, manufacturing, academic and other sectors. Prior to founding Talent Balance, she was managing principal of MultiCultural Solutions and held a variety of corporate executive positions in employee relations, organization development, corporate business and strategic planning.
The author of numerous industry articles, Suzanne is frequently quoted in the media as an expert in her field. Organizations call on her to reach and engage the Millennial marketplace when they realize their “tried and true” methods no longer work with Millennials.
The Power of Presence: An Introduction to Presence Based Coaching
Presented by Sarah Halley, PCC
In this interactive and experiential workshop, participants will learn some relevant distinctions and perspectives from Presence-Based Coaching methodology. The coaching competency of Coaching Presence will be addressed in detail, with exercises and discussion. We will highlight the relevance of this competency to a coaching conversation, how to build individual coaching presence, what gets in the way of our coaching presence, and how this competency can be used to support client outcomes. Participants will leave with some unique takeaways of how to access this important competency in service to our clients.
This presentation offers coaches some new perspectives and experiences of their own Coaching Presence, and the coaching moves that lie within this competency. Coaches will understand more about how they can access and apply, with practice, greater availability of this important coaching competency that underlies all other coaching competencies.
You will gain:
- A deeper understanding of the competency of Coaching Presence
- Experiences in the moment, that support greater coach awareness of their own coaching presence, and what might get in the way of it
- Additional tools by which coaches can access their own Coaching Presence, in service to their clients
About the Speaker
Sarah Halley, PCC, is a management and diversity consultant, leadership coach, improvisational theatre artist and experiential educator with a passion for learning and social change. Sarah has been working with Presence Based Coaching for over 10 years, and as a senior faculty member, she taught the ICF certified coach training program with founder Doug Silsbee since 2011 and continues to teach with the current Principal of PBC Bebe Hansen.
Sarah is drawn to Presence-Based Coaching because the embodied and developmental nature of the work. She is committed to working with leaders and change agents who are looking to make a greater positive impact in the world in a sustainable way, by cultivating internal resilience and tools for greater effectiveness. As a former engineer, Sarah is both pragmatic and strategic while at the same time she brings creativity, compassion and a deep understanding of human development into her coaching practice.