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Upcoming events

    • 27 Jan 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EST)
    • Via Zoom Webinar
    Register

    This workshop offers coaches the opportunity to:

    • Learn what visual thinking is and how it can be an important coaching tool in facilitating communication and understanding
    • Learn the basics of representing concepts visually using simple, easy to create imagery
    • Learn how visual thinking can add value and engagement to activities like mind mapping, goal setting and note taking.

    Participants will receive 1 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs


    Speaker: Terry LaBan

    In recent years there has been an explosion of interest among coaches and facilitators in visual thinking and note taking. Using visuals to capture discussions and explain concepts increases understanding and engagement and eases communication, especially for participants from different work backgrounds. Graphic recorder and cartoonist Terry LaBan will explain the basics of visual thinking, demonstrate how it works and show participants techniques they can use themselves—no drawing skills necessary!

    Terry LaBan is a graphic recorder, cartoonist and educator. He worked in the comic book industry as an artist and writer and created the daily comic strip “Edge City,” which was syndicated by King Features Syndicate and appeared in newspapers nationwide. Terry 's company, Breakthrough Visuals, creates live graphic recordings, infographics, whiteboard videos cartoons and illustrations, for businesses and organizations. He also teaches classes in graphic narrative as an adjunct professor at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

     


    • 10 Feb 2021
    • (EST)
    • 13 Oct 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • Via Zoom Webinar
    Register


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. The sessions will be tailored toward the unique challenges that come with coaching situations for coaches working with clients internally or externally. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of coaching supervision.

    Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of the coaches, their clients, and their organizations. (adapted ICF definition). Group supervision uniquely provides a space for collective reflection and learning. Coaches explore the depth and breadth of their coaching work through three lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build a coach’s confidence, competence, connection, creativity, and compassion.

    The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (delivering and/or receiving) will be counted toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. (Note: Ongoing coaching supervision is a required practice by European and Australian coaching bodies, and it is also required by a growing number of corporations for coaches to obtain work.)

    Pre-work for Coaching Supervision:

    Please come prepared to present to the group a coaching case or theme/s from your coaching practice that you are curious about, have questions around, or may be struggling with.

    Reflect on how this coaching situation is impacting you and your relationship with your coaching client, and also reflect on how the system in which the client works might be impacting the coaching engagement. Ask yourself…

    What am I noticing?
    What am I sensing in my body and my surroundings?
     

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting. He is a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor and leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present with themselves, others and the systems in which they work. Prior to founding Mindful Leadership, Ken spent many years in the corporate world and co-founded the learning division responsible for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm.

    Ken is passionate about establishing a mindful reflective practice where leaders and coaches increase self-awareness and agility in the moment and foster the courage to confront and shift the self-limiting mindsets/behaviors that undermine effectiveness.

    Ken is a Master Corporate Executive Coach and an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. He is also a member of CSA’s International Faculty, contributor for CSA North America program and a member of EMCC International’s Coaching Supervision workgroup.
    • 10 Feb 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EST)
    • Via Zoom Webinar
    Register


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. The sessions will be tailored toward the unique challenges that come with coaching situations for coaches working with clients internally or externally. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of coaching supervision.

    Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of the coaches, their clients, and their organizations. (adapted ICF definition). Group supervision uniquely provides a space for collective reflection and learning. Coaches explore the depth and breadth of their coaching work through three lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build a coach’s confidence, competence, connection, creativity, and compassion.

    The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (delivering and/or receiving) will be counted toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. (Note: Ongoing coaching supervision is a required practice by European and Australian coaching bodies, and it is also required by a growing number of corporations for coaches to obtain work.)

    Participants will receive 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    Pre-work for Coaching Supervision:

    Please come prepared to present to the group a coaching case or theme/s from your coaching practice that you are curious about, have questions around, or may be struggling with.

    Reflect on how this coaching situation is impacting you and your relationship with your coaching client, and also reflect on how the system in which the client works might be impacting the coaching engagement. Ask yourself…

    What am I noticing?
    What am I sensing in my body and my surroundings?
     

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting. He is a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor and leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present with themselves, others and the systems in which they work. Prior to founding Mindful Leadership, Ken spent many years in the corporate world and co-founded the learning division responsible for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm.

    Ken is passionate about establishing a mindful reflective practice where leaders and coaches increase self-awareness and agility in the moment and foster the courage to confront and shift the self-limiting mindsets/behaviors that undermine effectiveness.

    Ken is a Master Corporate Executive Coach and an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. He is also a member of CSA’s International Faculty, contributor for CSA North America program and a member of EMCC International’s Coaching Supervision workgroup.
    • 18 Mar 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Via Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Change heightens emotional reactions. Change and transition represent opportunities.

    Neuroscience, when combined with an understanding of the predictable dynamics during transition, can make transparent what happens in the brain when emotions are heightened. Neuroscience can equip us with keys to unlock the chemistry behind behaviors and offer techniques useful in up-regulating positive reactions and down-regulating negative reactions.

    In this presentation, I will share a neuroscience informed transition framework, a brief illustration of how the framework can be applied and a recent case study.

    Key Learning Takeaways

    1. Understand the powerful, predictable dynamics at play throughout transitions

    2. Observe how a neuroscience informed framework can be applied when experiencing transition

    3. Learn how neuroscience can be used to make communication more effective

    Participants will receive 1 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs


    Speaker: Mary Brunelle Simon MS, PCC, C-IQ

    Mary is a respected, trusted executive coach with 20 years of experience who focuses on results and ROI.

    Recognized as an enterprise-wide partner who has coached leaders and teams in 17 industries; authored a book about negotiation strategies; acquired a certification in brain science/neuroscience, and is a former member of faculty/staff at The Wharton School of Business (Univ. of PA). Her experience translates (for clients) into confidence and momentum toward outcomes/goals.

    With earned reputation for impact, she has spearheaded alignment between individual contributors and executives and has facilitated resolution of sensitive, high stakes critical business situations.


     


    • 23 Mar 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Via Zoom Webinar
    Register



    Speaker: Dr. Katie Boston-Leary


    Katie Boston-Leary is a trained executive coach with training from the College of Executive Coaching and the John Maxwell Coaching Program. She is DISC certified and provides coaching to doctoral students, graduates from the Stanford University’s “What’s Next?” Course and Luminus Health’s LEAD Academy graduates. She redesigned the Nurse Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland with an embedded coaching program Katie is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing and the School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. She is also a certified clinical trauma professional which focuses n Trauma, PTSD, Grief and Loss

     


    • 7 Apr 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Via Zoom Webinar
    Register


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. The sessions will be tailored toward the unique challenges that come with coaching situations for coaches working with clients internally or externally. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of coaching supervision.

    Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of the coaches, their clients, and their organizations. (adapted ICF definition). Group supervision uniquely provides a space for collective reflection and learning. Coaches explore the depth and breadth of their coaching work through three lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build a coach’s confidence, competence, connection, creativity, and compassion.

    The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (delivering and/or receiving) will be counted toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. (Note: Ongoing coaching supervision is a required practice by European and Australian coaching bodies, and it is also required by a growing number of corporations for coaches to obtain work.)

    Participants will receive 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    Pre-work for Coaching Supervision:

    Please come prepared to present to the group a coaching case or theme/s from your coaching practice that you are curious about, have questions around, or may be struggling with.

    Reflect on how this coaching situation is impacting you and your relationship with your coaching client, and also reflect on how the system in which the client works might be impacting the coaching engagement. Ask yourself…

    What am I noticing?
    What am I sensing in my body and my surroundings?
     

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting. He is a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor and leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present with themselves, others and the systems in which they work. Prior to founding Mindful Leadership, Ken spent many years in the corporate world and co-founded the learning division responsible for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm.

    Ken is passionate about establishing a mindful reflective practice where leaders and coaches increase self-awareness and agility in the moment and foster the courage to confront and shift the self-limiting mindsets/behaviors that undermine effectiveness.

    Ken is a Master Corporate Executive Coach and an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. He is also a member of CSA’s International Faculty, contributor for CSA North America program and a member of EMCC International’s Coaching Supervision workgroup.
    • 14 Jul 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Via Zoom Webinar
    Register


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. The sessions will be tailored toward the unique challenges that come with coaching situations for coaches working with clients internally or externally. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of coaching supervision.

    Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of the coaches, their clients, and their organizations. (adapted ICF definition). Group supervision uniquely provides a space for collective reflection and learning. Coaches explore the depth and breadth of their coaching work through three lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build a coach’s confidence, competence, connection, creativity, and compassion.

    The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (delivering and/or receiving) will be counted toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. (Note: Ongoing coaching supervision is a required practice by European and Australian coaching bodies, and it is also required by a growing number of corporations for coaches to obtain work.)

    Participants will receive 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    Pre-work for Coaching Supervision:

    Please come prepared to present to the group a coaching case or theme/s from your coaching practice that you are curious about, have questions around, or may be struggling with.

    Reflect on how this coaching situation is impacting you and your relationship with your coaching client, and also reflect on how the system in which the client works might be impacting the coaching engagement. Ask yourself…

    What am I noticing?
    What am I sensing in my body and my surroundings?
     

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting. He is a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor and leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present with themselves, others and the systems in which they work. Prior to founding Mindful Leadership, Ken spent many years in the corporate world and co-founded the learning division responsible for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm.

    Ken is passionate about establishing a mindful reflective practice where leaders and coaches increase self-awareness and agility in the moment and foster the courage to confront and shift the self-limiting mindsets/behaviors that undermine effectiveness.

    Ken is a Master Corporate Executive Coach and an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. He is also a member of CSA’s International Faculty, contributor for CSA North America program and a member of EMCC International’s Coaching Supervision workgroup.
    • 13 Oct 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM (EDT)
    • Via Zoom Webinar
    Register


    ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2021 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. The sessions will be tailored toward the unique challenges that come with coaching situations for coaches working with clients internally or externally. These quarterly virtual meetings include 15 minutes of networking with attendees and 1.5 hours of coaching supervision.

    Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of the coaches, their clients, and their organizations. (adapted ICF definition). Group supervision uniquely provides a space for collective reflection and learning. Coaches explore the depth and breadth of their coaching work through three lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build a coach’s confidence, competence, connection, creativity, and compassion.

    The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (delivering and/or receiving) will be counted toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. (Note: Ongoing coaching supervision is a required practice by European and Australian coaching bodies, and it is also required by a growing number of corporations for coaches to obtain work.)

    Participants will receive 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    Pre-work for Coaching Supervision:

    Please come prepared to present to the group a coaching case or theme/s from your coaching practice that you are curious about, have questions around, or may be struggling with.

    Reflect on how this coaching situation is impacting you and your relationship with your coaching client, and also reflect on how the system in which the client works might be impacting the coaching engagement. Ask yourself…

    What am I noticing?
    What am I sensing in my body and my surroundings?
     

    Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting. He is a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor and leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present with themselves, others and the systems in which they work. Prior to founding Mindful Leadership, Ken spent many years in the corporate world and co-founded the learning division responsible for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm.

    Ken is passionate about establishing a mindful reflective practice where leaders and coaches increase self-awareness and agility in the moment and foster the courage to confront and shift the self-limiting mindsets/behaviors that undermine effectiveness.

    Ken is a Master Corporate Executive Coach and an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. He is also a member of CSA’s International Faculty, contributor for CSA North America program and a member of EMCC International’s Coaching Supervision workgroup.

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.

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