The ICF Philadelphia Chapter offers various programs and events with expert speakers on a variety of coaching topics and business building.  Events enable members to create community connections and networking opportunities.  All payments for events are final.

Upcoming events

    • 6 Nov 2017
    • 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Call details will be sent day of teleclass

    Speaker and Organizer:  Lynn Meinke, PCC

    Core Competency #11: Managing Progress and   Accountability-

    Did you know that the word “accountability” is often disliked or hated by your clients?  So why do so many coaches use it, as in the question, “How can I hold you accountable?” And, how do you manage progress over time?  You’ll learn how to masterfully work with clients in a positive manner to do both while not having to use any of those words.  And as a bonus, you’ll learn how to end each coaching meeting with an authentic and affirming personal message for each client without cheerleading!

    We’ll also connect this core competency with the PCC Markers and see how the last three core competencies have been bundled to provide a natural flow in assisting our clients to move forward with their desires.

    Objectives for attending this class –

    -- Become aware of the two places in the coaching conversation where this competency shows up.

    -- Learn a natural progression through the last three core competencies that is complete and smooth, while working with clients to creatively move forward

    -- Learn how the PCC Markers bundles this Core Competency with Core Competencies #9 and #11

    • 11 Nov 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Villanova Conference Center, 601 County Line Road, Radnor, PA

    Topic: Coaching the Silenced Female Leader: Strategies and Insights for Both Men and Women

        Speaker: Carrie Arnold, PhD, PCC

         Agenda: 8 am-9 am - Continental Breakfast/9 am-12 noon - Workshop

      Carrie Arnold, PhD, PCC and acclaimed presenter at the 2017 ICF Converge Conference will be leading us in an exploration into the hot topic of “The Silenced Female Leader.”  Her research clearly demonstrates that:

    “Silencing is an action verb, and feeling silenced can lead to an ontological shift.  When someone feels silenced, they feel muted, suppressed, or muffled.  The nature of their being can shift in that they show up as silenced in their leader interactions...The concept of silencing is significant for two primary reasons. Addressing this topic may inform why there is a lack of women in top leadership positions, as there may be more to this phenomenon than just gender inequality...The second reason this issue is significant is that it describes the essence of women who feel silenced.  This discovery provides an understanding of the lived experience that female leaders may relate to, which creates awareness for personal change.”

    This workshop is for women and men so that we can each have a new understanding of how to support female leaders to reach and sustain their momentum. Furthermore, we become aware of how we could be unwittingly contributing to systems that may undermine and silence a female leader’s voice.  We will gain insight and practice into how to assist women to “develop their voice with confidence and influence to ensure their place in top leadership.”

    Offering: 3.0 Core Competency CCEUs

    • 7 Dec 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Radisson Hotel - Valley Forge, 1160 First Avenue King of Prussia, PA 19406


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