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Please see our Event Policies for all information on ICF NYC’s ticketing and events policies and procedures.

Upcoming events

    • January 25, 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register


    Come join if you are a new member or a member interested in reengaging with the ICF NYC chapter. This is a great place for us to put names to faces and get to know each other without the hassle of commuting.  

    In this one-hour call, you will: 

    • Learn about the benefits of being an ICF NYC member  
    • Share your story and meet our Community Liaison 
    • Find out ways to get involved and volunteer with the Chapter 
    • Get your questions answered and express your views 

    We want to learn about you and how we can support you in your coaching endeavors. We are looking forward to meeting you and getting to know you. The Zoom link will be emailed after you register.  

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.


    • January 26, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Please come join us as we share resources, ask thought-provoking questions, and educate each other. Our goal is to keep building a supportive, collaborative and fun community as we each grow a sustainable and thriving coaching business, whether you're a new or experienced professional coach.

    We normally meet in the Hudson Valley area but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for at least the months of April and May. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home and still be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Crystal Barrow

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • February 03, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Bring your lunch, curiosity, and coach's presence! We're a dynamic and diverse group of professional coaches in our ICF NYC community. Each of us comes from a different cultural background with unique gifts to contribute, and we want to offer a safe and supportive space to share our insights and perspectives to learn from each other while having fun.

    In these meetings, we'll share our cross-cultural experiences with a loose structure with openness for interesting dialogues to emerge. Each meeting will have one topic we'll center our discussion around, and the group will decide on the topic we want to focus on in the following meeting. This is also a great place for you to practice active listening and broaden your horizons.

    Please join as our vision for the Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe meetings is to get to know each other on a deeper level through meaningful dialogues that enriches us. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Rei Perovic and Yoko Francis


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • February 09, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
    • VIRTUAL
    Register

    3 Ways Duty of Care Can Create Ethical Differentiation and Impress Your Clients 

    Summary Details

    When: Feb 9, 2022, 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

    Presenters: Dr. Sam Humphrey

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom Meeting, cameras will be enabled

    CCEUs:1.25 TBD 

    Who is this event for: All levels of coaches and all areas of coaching

    Note: Some elements of this event will NOT be recorded. If you register but do not attend the live presentation, you will not be able to experience the full event in the recording made available afterwards. 

    The Event

    Signing up to a code of ethics does not in itself make you an ethical coach.  You can anticipate ethical issues and you can reflect on ethical issues but how do you ensure you pay attention to ethical issues in the moment? 

    In this session, Sam will share the findings of her doctoral research and invite sharing of experiences so you can leave with:

    • A better understanding of what duty of care means to you as a coach and to your clients

    • Actionable ways to develop duty of care and ethical consciousness

    • At least 3 ways you can demonstrate duty of care to distinguish yourself from other coaches  

     

    Event Agenda

    12.00 – 12.05 Welcome and opening remarks

    12.05 – 12.30 What is duty of care and what does it mean for you and your coaching practice?

    12.30 – 12.50 Research findings - What do coaches, buyers of coaching, supervisors and professional bodies think coaches need to take to supervision?

    12.50 – 13.10 Ways to create ethical differentiation 

    13.10 – 13.15 Closing

     

    Presenter


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    Dr. Sam Humphrey

    Grit Limited
    Managing Director 

     

    With over 20 years’ coaching experience, a masters in executive coaching and a doctorate in coaching supervision, Sam’s approach to coaching and supervision is a potent combination of practice and theory. 

    Formerly Global Head of Coaching at Unilever, Sam has a highly commercial background having worked in HR and coaching roles for several large organisations including Jaguar Cars and Scottish Power.

    Clients frequently say that Sam leads them to feel ‘comfortably uncomfortable’ as she explores what they need to learn and unlearn to enable them to deliver improved personal performance and thrive.

     

    • February 14, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    Register


    Join ICF NYC for its February Breakfast and a Book Club meeting to kick off your week with a mental boost! This month we delve into Priscilla Douglas’s Getting There and Staying There.    

    Summary Details

    When: February 14, 2022, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

    Facilitator:  Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom meeting format, cameras enabled

    CCEUs: 1 TBD


    About the ICF NYC Book Club

    The ICF NYC Book Club is an opportunity for attendees to delve deeper into their learning from the book and to share highlights from what they read, implications for their coaching practice, and more. Book club meetings are not book previews or presentations and active participation and contribution is expected from all attendees. 

    Meeting Guidelines:

    • Out of respect for our facilitator and other attendees, you are expected to have read the book, or at a minimum, significant portions of it, prior to attending so that meaning, intent and application may be discussed with depth.  Familiarity with the content enables a much more meaningful exchange and conversation.

    • As with any virtual call, please be prepared to have your video and audio on, with limited distraction.  Turn off all notifications.  

    • In order to receive CCEU credit, you must be present and actively participate.

    • Come in your pajamas! We don’t care about how you look or if you’re munching, only the intellectual contribution you bring.

    Meetings will be held consistently on the second Monday of each month at 8 AM (except where may be otherwise indicated). 

    Attendance at every meeting is not necessary.  You may participate based upon your preference for the book.  The intended purpose of this offering is to broaden and deepen our knowledge of current practices in the coaching profession and in the business world.

    Please register early!  If registration is low, or non-existent, for any specific book, we will revisit the selection and float a poll to the membership to select a replacement book.  We therefore encourage participants to register early for meetings so that we may assess interest at an early stage.

    About The Book

    Title: Getting There and Staying There

    Author: Priscilla Douglas

    Publication Date: 2013

    Learn more: http://www.gettingtherestayingthere.com/

    Description: 

    You have just been tapped on the shoulder, your hard work has paid off—it’s time to celebrate getting there and quickly adjust to new expectations. Now comes the challenge: staying there! Now is when you learn that the skills that got you there—to a level in your career—are different from the ones you need to stay there. 

    Priscilla Douglas has been there, as an executive herself and as a leadership coach to C-suite executives in a broad range of industries. In this book she shares her unique approach to accelerating your career progress, using a model based on agility. It takes agility to see opportunities and move into them, then stay there and move forward every day towards ever-higher objectives. Like athletes, agile executives recognize what is going on, they adjust their thinking, they align themselves with the situation, then they act. 

    Getting There and Staying There is built around questions. As you read, you will ask yourself questions and discover the answers that work for you at this time in your career. You can revisit these questions at another time and the answers might be different. The important thing is to keep asking the questions. Getting There and Staying There is your take-anywhere “coach in your briefcase.” Use it on an airplane or a weekend afternoon—anytime you have an hour or two to devote to improving your performance, your relationships, and your capacity to lead. Each chapter is a mini session with one of the country’s best leadership coaches. Priscilla Douglas doesn’t give you the answers. She asks you the hard questions, provides true-story examples, and helps you find your own answers—the ones that are unique to you and your situation.

     

    “The next best thing to having the savvy Priscilla Douglas as your personal career coach is to read her thought-provoking book on finding and sustaining success.”

     

    Rosabeth Moss Kanter - Harvard Business School Professor and bestselling author of Confidence and SuperCorp: How Vanguard Companies Create Innovation, Profits, Growth, and Social Good.


    Meet our Breakfast and a Book Club Host


    Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC

    Director

     

    www.BigBoldIdeas.com

    www.linkedin.com/in/loralebopcc

    @BigBoldIdeas

                        

    Lora is a graduate of the University of Miami, attaining her PCC designation, and has more than twenty-five years of experience in Human Resources working for Fortune 500 Companies.  Lora earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Stockton University, and her Master of Human Resource Management from the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University.  Lora also obtained her EO Investigation certificate from Cornell University and spent many years of her career conducting employment related investigations.  Lora holds her Senior Professional of Human Resources designation through HRCI and her Certified Senior Professional designation through the Society for Human Resource Management and is the founder of Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC.

     



    • February 17, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    As professional coaches, no matter which types of coaching we offer, it’s essential to possess powerful questions and leadership insights to guide our clients to embrace change, create new visions, and find inspiration.

    Come join Chris and Eileen for Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe as we offer a forum for our members to discuss Leadership topics. Topics may include leading during times of change, leading others with a new vision, or coaching insights for various levels of leadership. Participants will have an opportunity to contribute cases for discussion.

    We have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. Once we go back to meeting in-person, we will meet in the private residence in UWS. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.


    Facilitated by Christine Alvarez and Eileen Springer


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary

    • February 17, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Come join us for an evening of connection, support, and fun. As coaches and entrepreneurs, it can feel isolating working on our own sometimes. Think of our monthly meeting as the go-to place to tap into the power of the group for growing our coaching businesses.

    In our Mastermind-like format, each participant receives time to be supported and be accountable for their committed actions. We’re a community of compassionate and diverse coaches here to share ideas, resources, and insights. And of course, new participants are welcome!

    We usually meet at a co-working space in Manhattan but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by: Rei Perovic and Matthew Pearson

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • February 23, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Please come join us as we share resources, ask thought-provoking questions, and educate each other. Our goal is to keep building a supportive, collaborative and fun community as we each grow a sustainable and thriving coaching business, whether you're a new or experienced professional coach.

    We normally meet in the Hudson Valley area but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for at least the months of April and May. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home and still be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Crystal Barrow

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • March 03, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Bring your lunch, curiosity, and coach's presence! We're a dynamic and diverse group of professional coaches in our ICF NYC community. Each of us comes from a different cultural background with unique gifts to contribute, and we want to offer a safe and supportive space to share our insights and perspectives to learn from each other while having fun.

    In these meetings, we'll share our cross-cultural experiences with a loose structure with openness for interesting dialogues to emerge. Each meeting will have one topic we'll center our discussion around, and the group will decide on the topic we want to focus on in the following meeting. This is also a great place for you to practice active listening and broaden your horizons.

    Please join as our vision for the Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe meetings is to get to know each other on a deeper level through meaningful dialogues that enriches us. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Rei Perovic and Yoko Francis


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • March 14, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    Register


    Join ICF NYC for its March Breakfast and a Book Club meeting to kick off your week with a mental boost! This month we delve into Executive Coaching for Results: The Definitive Guide to Developing Organizational Leaders.    

    Summary Details

    When: March 14, 2022, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

    Facilitator:  Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom meeting format, cameras enabled

    CCEUs: 1 TBD


    About the ICF NYC Book Club

    The ICF NYC Book Club is an opportunity for attendees to delve deeper into their learning from the book and to share highlights from what they read, implications for their coaching practice, and more. Book club meetings are not book previews or presentations and active participation and contribution is expected from all attendees. 

    Meeting Guidelines:

    • Out of respect for our facilitator and other attendees, you are expected to have read the book, or at a minimum, significant portions of it, prior to attending so that meaning, intent and application may be discussed with depth.  Familiarity with the content enables a much more meaningful exchange and conversation.

    • As with any virtual call, please be prepared to have your video and audio on, with limited distraction.  Turn off all notifications.  

    • In order to receive CCEU credit, you must be present and actively participate.

    • Come in your pajamas! We don’t care about how you look or if you’re munching, only the intellectual contribution you bring.

    Meetings will be held consistently on the second Monday of each month at 8 AM (except where may be otherwise indicated). 

    Attendance at every meeting is not necessary.  You may participate based upon your preference for the book.  The intended purpose of this offering is to broaden and deepen our knowledge of current practices in the coaching profession and in the business world.

    Please register early!  If registration is low, or non-existent, for any specific book, we will revisit the selection and float a poll to the membership to select a replacement book.  We therefore encourage participants to register early for meetings so that we may assess interest at an early stage.

    About The Book

    Title: Executive Coaching for Results: The Definitive Guide to Developing Organizational Leaders

    Author: Underhill, McAnally, Koriath

    Publication Date: 2007

    Description: 

    This book will serve as the definitive guide and should be required reading for anyone responsible for designing and/or managing a corporate coaching program. It is written for leadership development practitioners, strategic HR, the talent management group, internal and executive coaches, as well as for executives and leaders seeking to make the most of their coaching experiences. The vast majority of learnings and examples could be applied to any industry, company, or organization. Likewise, the examples and experiences could occur in large, mid-size, or small organizations; private or publicly held firms; government entities; or start-up or established companies. This book offers a robust 3-D view of the industry, depicting the similar and contradictory perspectives of organizations, coaches, and leaders. No other publication on the market today can make this claim. This information is invaluable in its contribution to a holistic approach to coaching and the evolution of the industry. Although the book approaches the coaching field from the viewpoint and experience of the three authors, it is influenced by the research study and participation of organizations that have contributed feedback, callouts, and insight into their companies’ practices. We invite you as the reader to join the author, coaches, and practitioners from leading Fortune 1000 and Global 500 organizations in a journey to understand the state of the art in executive coaching and extend its impact in the business world. Yes, coaching has clearly come of age.

    Executive Coaching for Results helps this critical leadership development method come of age. This is not a “how-to-coach book”—there are already plenty of those—but rather a comprehensive guide on how to strategically use coaching to maximize development of talent and link the impact of coaching to bottom-line results. Underhill, McAnally, and Koriath draw on their rigorous original research (through Executive Development Associates) with Fortune 1000 and Global 500 companies such as Disney, IBM, UBS, Unilever and many others, and combine that with their years of industry experience to advance the state of the art.

    Executive Coaching for Results includes topics such as:

    • Integrating coaching into your organization’s overall leadership development strategy

    • Locating and screening coaches worldwide

    • Developing an internal coaching program

    • Deciding which coaching assessments and instruments are appropriate to your situation

    • Measuring the impact and ROI of coaching

    • Following up after coaching

    Throughout, the authors provide numerous examples from major organizations such as Dell, Johnson and Johnson, Intel, and Wal-Mart. Offering practical learning, best practices, and illuminating case studies, this is the first definitive guide to the effective use of executive coaching in the corporate environment.



    Meet our Breakfast and a Book Club Host


    Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC

    Director

     

    www.BigBoldIdeas.com

    www.linkedin.com/in/loralebopcc

    @BigBoldIdeas

                        

    Lora is a graduate of the University of Miami, attaining her PCC designation, and has more than twenty-five years of experience in Human Resources working for Fortune 500 Companies.  Lora earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Stockton University, and her Master of Human Resource Management from the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University.  Lora also obtained her EO Investigation certificate from Cornell University and spent many years of her career conducting employment related investigations.  Lora holds her Senior Professional of Human Resources designation through HRCI and her Certified Senior Professional designation through the Society for Human Resource Management and is the founder of Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC.

     



    • March 17, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Come join us for an evening of connection, support, and fun. As coaches and entrepreneurs, it can feel isolating working on our own sometimes. Think of our monthly meeting as the go-to place to tap into the power of the group for growing our coaching businesses.

    In our Mastermind-like format, each participant receives time to be supported and be accountable for their committed actions. We’re a community of compassionate and diverse coaches here to share ideas, resources, and insights. And of course, new participants are welcome!

    We usually meet at a co-working space in Manhattan but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by: Rei Perovic and Matthew Pearson

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • March 24, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    As professional coaches, no matter which types of coaching we offer, it’s essential to possess powerful questions and leadership insights to guide our clients to embrace change, create new visions, and find inspiration.

    Come join Chris and Eileen for Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe as we offer a forum for our members to discuss Leadership topics. Topics may include leading during times of change, leading others with a new vision, or coaching insights for various levels of leadership. Participants will have an opportunity to contribute cases for discussion.

    We have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. Once we go back to meeting in-person, we will meet in the private residence in UWS. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.


    Facilitated by Christine Alvarez and Eileen Springer


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary

    • March 30, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Please come join us as we share resources, ask thought-provoking questions, and educate each other. Our goal is to keep building a supportive, collaborative and fun community as we each grow a sustainable and thriving coaching business, whether you're a new or experienced professional coach.

    We normally meet in the Hudson Valley area but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for at least the months of April and May. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home and still be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Crystal Barrow

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • April 07, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Bring your lunch, curiosity, and coach's presence! We're a dynamic and diverse group of professional coaches in our ICF NYC community. Each of us comes from a different cultural background with unique gifts to contribute, and we want to offer a safe and supportive space to share our insights and perspectives to learn from each other while having fun.

    In these meetings, we'll share our cross-cultural experiences with a loose structure with openness for interesting dialogues to emerge. Each meeting will have one topic we'll center our discussion around, and the group will decide on the topic we want to focus on in the following meeting. This is also a great place for you to practice active listening and broaden your horizons.

    Please join as our vision for the Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe meetings is to get to know each other on a deeper level through meaningful dialogues that enriches us. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Rei Perovic and Yoko Francis


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • April 11, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    Register


    Join ICF NYC for its April Breakfast and a Book Club meeting to kick off your week with a mental boost! This month we delve into Marica Reynolds’ Coach the Person, Not the Problem 

    Summary Details

    When: April 11, 2022, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

    Facilitator:  Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom meeting format, cameras enabled

    CCEUs: 1 TBD


    About the ICF NYC Book Club

    The ICF NYC Book Club is an opportunity for attendees to delve deeper into their learning from the book and to share highlights from what they read, implications for their coaching practice, and more. Book club meetings are not book previews or presentations and active participation and contribution is expected from all attendees. 

    Meeting Guidelines:

    • Out of respect for our facilitator and other attendees, you are expected to have read the book, or at a minimum, significant portions of it, prior to attending so that meaning, intent and application may be discussed with depth.  Familiarity with the content enables a much more meaningful exchange and conversation.

    • As with any virtual call, please be prepared to have your video and audio on, with limited distraction.  Turn off all notifications.  

    • In order to receive CCEU credit, you must be present and actively participate.

    • Come in your pajamas! We don’t care about how you look or if you’re munching, only the intellectual contribution you bring.

    Meetings will be held consistently on the second Monday of each month at 8 AM (except where may be otherwise indicated). 

    Attendance at every meeting is not necessary.  You may participate based upon your preference for the book.  The intended purpose of this offering is to broaden and deepen our knowledge of current practices in the coaching profession and in the business world.

    Please register early!  If registration is low, or non-existent, for any specific book, we will revisit the selection and float a poll to the membership to select a replacement book.  We therefore encourage participants to register early for meetings so that we may assess interest at an early stage.

    About The Book

    Title: Coach the Person, Not the Problem  

    Author: Marcia Reynolds

    Publication Date: 2020

    Learn More: https://covisioning.com/coach-the-person-book/

    Description: 

    From a founding member of the coaching movement comes a detailed guide to mastering one of a coach’s toughest skills: thoughtfully reflecting clients’ words and expressions back to them so they see themselves and their world through new eyes.

    “Coaches rely far too much on asking open-ended questions,” says Marcia Reynolds. But questions only seek answers — inquiry provides insight. When, instead of just questions, clients hear their thoughts, opinions, and beliefs spoken by someone else, it prompts them to critically consider how their thinking affects their goals. Reynolds cites the latest brain science to show why reflective inquiry works and provides techniques, tips, and structures for creating breakthrough conversations. 

    This book will free coaches from the cult of asking the magical question by offering five essential practices of reflective inquiry: Focus on the person, not the problem; summarize what is heard and expressed; identify underlying beliefs and assumptions; unwrap the desired outcome; and articulate insights and commitments. Using these practices, combined with a respectful and caring presence, helps create a space where clients feel safe, seen, and valued for who they are. Coaches become change agents who actively recharge the human spirit. And clients naturally dive deeper and develop personalized solutions that may surprise even the coach.


    Meet our Breakfast and a Book Club Host


    Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC

    Director

     

    www.BigBoldIdeas.com

    www.linkedin.com/in/loralebopcc

    @BigBoldIdeas

                        

    Lora is a graduate of the University of Miami, attaining her PCC designation, and has more than twenty-five years of experience in Human Resources working for Fortune 500 Companies.  Lora earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Stockton University, and her Master of Human Resource Management from the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University.  Lora also obtained her EO Investigation certificate from Cornell University and spent many years of her career conducting employment related investigations.  Lora holds her Senior Professional of Human Resources designation through HRCI and her Certified Senior Professional designation through the Society for Human Resource Management and is the founder of Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC.

     



    • April 21, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    As professional coaches, no matter which types of coaching we offer, it’s essential to possess powerful questions and leadership insights to guide our clients to embrace change, create new visions, and find inspiration.

    Come join Chris and Eileen for Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe as we offer a forum for our members to discuss Leadership topics. Topics may include leading during times of change, leading others with a new vision, or coaching insights for various levels of leadership. Participants will have an opportunity to contribute cases for discussion.

    We have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. Once we go back to meeting in-person, we will meet in the private residence in UWS. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.


    Facilitated by Christine Alvarez and Eileen Springer


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary

    • April 21, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Come join us for an evening of connection, support, and fun. As coaches and entrepreneurs, it can feel isolating working on our own sometimes. Think of our monthly meeting as the go-to place to tap into the power of the group for growing our coaching businesses.

    In our Mastermind-like format, each participant receives time to be supported and be accountable for their committed actions. We’re a community of compassionate and diverse coaches here to share ideas, resources, and insights. And of course, new participants are welcome!

    We usually meet at a co-working space in Manhattan but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by: Rei Perovic and Matthew Pearson

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • April 27, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Please come join us as we share resources, ask thought-provoking questions, and educate each other. Our goal is to keep building a supportive, collaborative and fun community as we each grow a sustainable and thriving coaching business, whether you're a new or experienced professional coach.

    We normally meet in the Hudson Valley area but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for at least the months of April and May. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home and still be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Crystal Barrow

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • May 05, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Bring your lunch, curiosity, and coach's presence! We're a dynamic and diverse group of professional coaches in our ICF NYC community. Each of us comes from a different cultural background with unique gifts to contribute, and we want to offer a safe and supportive space to share our insights and perspectives to learn from each other while having fun.

    In these meetings, we'll share our cross-cultural experiences with a loose structure with openness for interesting dialogues to emerge. Each meeting will have one topic we'll center our discussion around, and the group will decide on the topic we want to focus on in the following meeting. This is also a great place for you to practice active listening and broaden your horizons.

    Please join as our vision for the Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe meetings is to get to know each other on a deeper level through meaningful dialogues that enriches us. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Rei Perovic and Yoko Francis


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • May 09, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    Register


    Join ICF NYC for its April Breakfast and a Book Club meeting to kick off your week with a mental boost! This month we delve into Jamie Holmes’ Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing

    Summary Details

    When: May 9, 2022, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

    Facilitator:  Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom meeting format, cameras enabled

    CCEUs: 1 TBD


    About the ICF NYC Book Club

    The ICF NYC Book Club is an opportunity for attendees to delve deeper into their learning from the book and to share highlights from what they read, implications for their coaching practice, and more. Book club meetings are not book previews or presentations and active participation and contribution is expected from all attendees. 

    Meeting Guidelines:

    • Out of respect for our facilitator and other attendees, you are expected to have read the book, or at a minimum, significant portions of it, prior to attending so that meaning, intent and application may be discussed with depth.  Familiarity with the content enables a much more meaningful exchange and conversation.

    • As with any virtual call, please be prepared to have your video and audio on, with limited distraction.  Turn off all notifications.  

    • In order to receive CCEU credit, you must be present and actively participate.

    • Come in your pajamas! We don’t care about how you look or if you’re munching, only the intellectual contribution you bring.

    Meetings will be held consistently on the second Monday of each month at 8 AM (except where may be otherwise indicated). 

    Attendance at every meeting is not necessary.  You may participate based upon your preference for the book.  The intended purpose of this offering is to broaden and deepen our knowledge of current practices in the coaching profession and in the business world.

    Please register early!  If registration is low, or non-existent, for any specific book, we will revisit the selection and float a poll to the membership to select a replacement book.  We therefore encourage participants to register early for meetings so that we may assess interest at an early stage.

    About The Book

    Title: Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing 

    Author: Jamie Holmes

    Publication Date: 2015

    Learn More: https://www.jamieholmesbooks.com/nonsense-1

    Description: 

    An illuminating look at the surprising upside of ambiguity - and how, properly harnessed, it can inspire learning, creativity, even empathy.

    Life today feels more overwhelming and chaotic than ever. Whether it's a confounding work problem or a faltering relationship or an unclear medical diagnosis, we face constant uncertainty. And we're continually bombarded with information, much of it contradictory. 

    Managing ambiguity - in our jobs, our relationships, and daily lives - is quickly becoming an essential skill. Yet most of us don't know where to begin. As Jamie Holmes shows in Nonsense, being confused is unpleasant, so we tend to shutter our minds as we grasp for meaning and stability, especially in stressful circumstances. We're hard-wired to resolve contradictions quickly and extinguish anomalies. This can be useful, of course. When a tiger is chasing you, you can't be indecisive. But as Nonsense reveals, our need for closure has its own dangers. It makes us stick to our first answer, which is not always the best, and it makes us search for meaning in the wrong places. When we latch on to fast and easy truths, we lose a vital opportunity to learn something new, solve a hard problem, or see the world from another perspective. In other words confusion - that uncomfortable mental place - has a hidden upside. We just need to know how to use it. This lively and original audiobook points the way. 

     

    Over the last few years, new insights from social psychology and cognitive science have deepened our understanding of the role of ambiguity in our lives, and Holmes brings this research together for the first time, showing how we can use uncertainty to our advantage. Filled with illuminating stories - from spy games and doomsday cults to Absolut Vodka's ad campaign and the creation of Mad Libs - Nonsense promises to transform the way we conduct business, educate our children, and make decisions. In an increasingly unpredictable, complex world, it turns out that what matters most isn't IQ, willpower, or confidence in what we know. It's how we deal with what we don't understand.


    Meet our Breakfast and a Book Club Host


    Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC

    Director

     

    www.BigBoldIdeas.com

    www.linkedin.com/in/loralebopcc

    @BigBoldIdeas

                        

    Lora is a graduate of the University of Miami, attaining her PCC designation, and has more than twenty-five years of experience in Human Resources working for Fortune 500 Companies.  Lora earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Stockton University, and her Master of Human Resource Management from the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University.  Lora also obtained her EO Investigation certificate from Cornell University and spent many years of her career conducting employment related investigations.  Lora holds her Senior Professional of Human Resources designation through HRCI and her Certified Senior Professional designation through the Society for Human Resource Management and is the founder of Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC.

     



    • May 19, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    As professional coaches, no matter which types of coaching we offer, it’s essential to possess powerful questions and leadership insights to guide our clients to embrace change, create new visions, and find inspiration.

    Come join Chris and Eileen for Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe as we offer a forum for our members to discuss Leadership topics. Topics may include leading during times of change, leading others with a new vision, or coaching insights for various levels of leadership. Participants will have an opportunity to contribute cases for discussion.

    We have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. Once we go back to meeting in-person, we will meet in the private residence in UWS. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.


    Facilitated by Christine Alvarez and Eileen Springer


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary

    • May 19, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Come join us for an evening of connection, support, and fun. As coaches and entrepreneurs, it can feel isolating working on our own sometimes. Think of our monthly meeting as the go-to place to tap into the power of the group for growing our coaching businesses.

    In our Mastermind-like format, each participant receives time to be supported and be accountable for their committed actions. We’re a community of compassionate and diverse coaches here to share ideas, resources, and insights. And of course, new participants are welcome!

    We usually meet at a co-working space in Manhattan but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by: Rei Perovic and Matthew Pearson

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • May 25, 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Please come join us as we share resources, ask thought-provoking questions, and educate each other. Our goal is to keep building a supportive, collaborative and fun community as we each grow a sustainable and thriving coaching business, whether you're a new or experienced professional coach.

    We normally meet in the Hudson Valley area but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for at least the months of April and May. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home and still be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Crystal Barrow

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • June 02, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Bring your lunch, curiosity, and coach's presence! We're a dynamic and diverse group of professional coaches in our ICF NYC community. Each of us comes from a different cultural background with unique gifts to contribute, and we want to offer a safe and supportive space to share our insights and perspectives to learn from each other while having fun.

    In these meetings, we'll share our cross-cultural experiences with a loose structure with openness for interesting dialogues to emerge. Each meeting will have one topic we'll center our discussion around, and the group will decide on the topic we want to focus on in the following meeting. This is also a great place for you to practice active listening and broaden your horizons.

    Please join as our vision for the Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe meetings is to get to know each other on a deeper level through meaningful dialogues that enriches us. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Rei Perovic and Yoko Francis


    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • June 13, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    Register


    Join ICF NYC for its April Breakfast and a Book Club meeting to kick off your week with a mental boost! This month we delve into Kate Eckman’s The Full Spirit Workout: A Ten-Step System to Shed Your Self-Doubt, Strengthen Your Spiritual Core, and Create a Fun and Fulfilling Life


    Summary Details

    When: June 13, 2022, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

    Facilitator:  Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom meeting format, cameras enabled

    CCEUs: 1 TBD


    About the ICF NYC Book Club

    The ICF NYC Book Club is an opportunity for attendees to delve deeper into their learning from the book and to share highlights from what they read, implications for their coaching practice, and more. Book club meetings are not book previews or presentations and active participation and contribution is expected from all attendees. 

    Meeting Guidelines:

    • Out of respect for our facilitator and other attendees, you are expected to have read the book, or at a minimum, significant portions of it, prior to attending so that meaning, intent and application may be discussed with depth.  Familiarity with the content enables a much more meaningful exchange and conversation.

    • As with any virtual call, please be prepared to have your video and audio on, with limited distraction.  Turn off all notifications.  

    • In order to receive CCEU credit, you must be present and actively participate.

    • Come in your pajamas! We don’t care about how you look or if you’re munching, only the intellectual contribution you bring.

    Meetings will be held consistently on the second Monday of each month at 8 AM (except where may be otherwise indicated). 

    Attendance at every meeting is not necessary.  You may participate based upon your preference for the book.  The intended purpose of this offering is to broaden and deepen our knowledge of current practices in the coaching profession and in the business world.

    Please register early!  If registration is low, or non-existent, for any specific book, we will revisit the selection and float a poll to the membership to select a replacement book.  We therefore encourage participants to register early for meetings so that we may assess interest at an early stage.

    About The Book

    Title: The Full Spirit Workout: A Ten-Step System to Shed Your Self-Doubt, Strengthen Your Spiritual Core, and Create a Fun and Fulfilling Life

    Author: Kate Eckman

    Publication Date: 2021

    Learn More: https://www.kateeckman.tv/book

    Description: 

    A lot of people are tired of living a life based on comparison, competition, lack, and fear.  They want to feel better, but don’t know how. 

    Kate Eckman, accomplished entrepreneur, elite athlete, mindfulness expert, and Columbia University-certified executive coach, used to be like a lot of people.  On the surface, she was a successful, high-level performer. But deep down, her life was full of less-tangible roadblocks — excess mental and emotional weight, deep-seated insecurity, self-judgment, and overwhelming stress and anxiety.

    In her new book The Full Spirit Workout: A Ten-Step System to Shed Your Self-Doubt, Strengthen Your Spiritual Core, and Create a Fun and Fulfilling Life  (New World Library, April 27, 2021), Kate shares the inner fitness regimen she used in her own life to generate a sense of self-worth and contentment from within. Rooted in neuroscience, positive psychology, and whole-person coaching techniques, her results-driven plan focuses on building spiritual and emotional muscles to feel confident and complete — regardless of others’ expectations, approval, or criticism.

    The spiritual fitness principles and daily exercises that Kate offers in The Full Spirit Workout are the same ones she uses in her coaching practice with business leaders and professional athletes. Based on rigorous research and multifaceted training, her regimen demands a genuine commitment to change.


    Meet our Breakfast and a Book Club Host


    Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC

    Director

     

    www.BigBoldIdeas.com

    www.linkedin.com/in/loralebopcc

    @BigBoldIdeas

                        

    Lora is a graduate of the University of Miami, attaining her PCC designation, and has more than twenty-five years of experience in Human Resources working for Fortune 500 Companies.  Lora earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Stockton University, and her Master of Human Resource Management from the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University.  Lora also obtained her EO Investigation certificate from Cornell University and spent many years of her career conducting employment related investigations.  Lora holds her Senior Professional of Human Resources designation through HRCI and her Certified Senior Professional designation through the Society for Human Resource Management and is the founder of Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC.

     



    • June 16, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Come join us for an evening of connection, support, and fun. As coaches and entrepreneurs, it can feel isolating working on our own sometimes. Think of our monthly meeting as the go-to place to tap into the power of the group for growing our coaching businesses.

    In our Mastermind-like format, each participant receives time to be supported and be accountable for their committed actions. We’re a community of compassionate and diverse coaches here to share ideas, resources, and insights. And of course, new participants are welcome!

    We usually meet at a co-working space in Manhattan but have moved all of our in-person events virtually for now. This is a great opportunity for you to experience different groups from the comfort of your home, and continue to be part of our ICF NYC community. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by: Rei Perovic and Matthew Pearson

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.

    • July 11, 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    Register


    Join ICF NYC for its April Breakfast and a Book Club meeting to kick off your week with a mental boost! This month we delve into The Work of Leaders: How Vision, Alignment, and Execution Will Change the Way You Lead

    Summary Details

    When: July 11, 2022, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

    Facilitator:  Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom meeting format, cameras enabled

    CCEUs: 1 TBD


    About the ICF NYC Book Club

    The ICF NYC Book Club is an opportunity for attendees to delve deeper into their learning from the book and to share highlights from what they read, implications for their coaching practice, and more. Book club meetings are not book previews or presentations and active participation and contribution is expected from all attendees. 

    Meeting Guidelines:

    • Out of respect for our facilitator and other attendees, you are expected to have read the book, or at a minimum, significant portions of it, prior to attending so that meaning, intent and application may be discussed with depth.  Familiarity with the content enables a much more meaningful exchange and conversation.

    • As with any virtual call, please be prepared to have your video and audio on, with limited distraction.  Turn off all notifications.  

    • In order to receive CCEU credit, you must be present and actively participate.

    • Come in your pajamas! We don’t care about how you look or if you’re munching, only the intellectual contribution you bring.

    Meetings will be held consistently on the second Monday of each month at 8 AM (except where may be otherwise indicated). 

    Attendance at every meeting is not necessary.  You may participate based upon your preference for the book.  The intended purpose of this offering is to broaden and deepen our knowledge of current practices in the coaching profession and in the business world.

    Please register early!  If registration is low, or non-existent, for any specific book, we will revisit the selection and float a poll to the membership to select a replacement book.  We therefore encourage participants to register early for meetings so that we may assess interest at an early stage.

    About The Book

    Title: The Work of Leaders: How Vision, Alignment, and Execution Will Change the Way You Lead

    Author: Straw, Scullard, Kukkonen, Davis

    Publication Date: 2013

    Description: 

    In a crystal clear and to-the-point style, the authors make leadership instantly accessible with a memorable model, rock solid fundamentals, original research, compelling stories, and highly practical tips for putting the principles to immediate use. There are invaluable lessons on every page, and you'll enjoy discovering each one. 

    The culmination of six years of research and development, The Work of Leaders presents a simple structure that neatly captures the complexity of contemporary leadership. The goal of this book is to make this wealth of leadership insight accessible to anyone who wants better results as a leader.

    The work that leaders do—the work that really matters—is boiled down to three areas: crafting a vision, building alignment, and championing execution. Vision, Alignment, and Execution are "magic words." They strike a chord that turns the goal of leadership into tangible steps.

    With passion and insight, the authors draw from the best-known leadership authorities, while leveraging their unparalleled access to data from thousands of leaders and followers and their connections to hundreds of organizational development consultants. Interwoven with humor and drawing from real-world scenarios, The Work of Leaders distills leadership best practices into a simple, compelling process that helps leaders at all levels get immediate results.


    Meet our Breakfast and a Book Club Host


    Lora Lebo, MHRM, PCC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC

    Director

     

    www.BigBoldIdeas.com

    www.linkedin.com/in/loralebopcc

    @BigBoldIdeas

                        

    Lora is a graduate of the University of Miami, attaining her PCC designation, and has more than twenty-five years of experience in Human Resources working for Fortune 500 Companies.  Lora earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Stockton University, and her Master of Human Resource Management from the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University.  Lora also obtained her EO Investigation certificate from Cornell University and spent many years of her career conducting employment related investigations.  Lora holds her Senior Professional of Human Resources designation through HRCI and her Certified Senior Professional designation through the Society for Human Resource Management and is the founder of Big Bold Ideas Coaching & Consulting, LLC.

     



Past events

January 20, 2022 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
January 20, 2022 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
January 13, 2022 Group and Team Coaching – Coaching Many in today’s evolving workspace: Special Regional Event offered jointly by the ICF Northeast Chapters
January 12, 2022 ICF NYC in 2022: What’s on the Agenda for the New Year?!
January 10, 2022 Breakfast and a Book Club - The Person You Mean to Be by Dolly Chugh
January 06, 2022 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
December 22, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
December 16, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
December 15, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
December 13, 2021 Coaching for Inclusive Leadership - Understanding Intersectionality and Allyship to Create Cultures of Belonging
December 13, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club - Adam Grant’s Think Again
December 07, 2021 Community of Practice: Feminine Leadership in Corporate & Executive Coaching
December 02, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
November 18, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
November 17, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
November 16, 2021 CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE Celebrating The Past | Being Present | Creating The Future
November 10, 2021 How Coaching Changes Minds
November 09, 2021 Creating Your Online Coaching Brand for Impact - Part 2: Social Media
November 08, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club - How to Lead: Wisdom from the World's Greatest CEOs, Founders, and Game Changers by David M. Rubenstein
November 04, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
November 03, 2021 What Can Coaches Learn From Mediators?
October 27, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
October 27, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
October 26, 2021 Game Night and Networking
October 21, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
October 20, 2021 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
October 20, 2021 Change Your Listening, Change Your Life, Change Your Questions, Change Your Results
October 19, 2021 Creating Your Online Coaching Brand for Impact - Part 1: Website Development
October 12, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
October 11, 2021 Lunch and a Book Club - Philippe Rosinski’s Coaching Across Cultures
October 11, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club - Philippe Rosinski’s Coaching Across Cultures
October 07, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
September 30, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
September 29, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
September 22, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
September 21, 2021 ICF NYC Live! In-Person Fall Outdoor Social Event
September 14, 2021 Assessments Fair
September 14, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
September 13, 2021 Lunch and a Book Club - The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier
September 13, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club - The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier
September 02, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
August 26, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
August 25, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
August 19, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
August 10, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
August 09, 2021 Lunch and a Book Club - Your Brain at Work by David Rock
August 09, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club - Your Brain at Work by David Rock
August 05, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
July 28, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
July 27, 2021 Game Night and Networking
July 22, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
July 15, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
July 13, 2021 Invest in Yourself. What Can Coaching Do for You?
July 13, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
July 01, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
June 30, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
June 24, 2021 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
June 24, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
June 23, 2021 GROW YOUR COACHING TOOLKIT - SPRING 2021
June 23, 2021 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
June 17, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
June 15, 2021 ICF Team Coaching Competencies: Moving Beyond One-to-One Coaching
June 14, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club - The Splendid and the Vile
June 09, 2021 I’m Not a Racist | The Role of Race in Coaching, Coaching Education and Research
June 08, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
June 08, 2021 Mentor Coaching Group for ACC Credentials Expiring 12/31/2021
June 04, 2021 “Surprise” The Joy of Ethics and Its Value for Your Practice!
June 03, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
May 27, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
May 27, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
May 26, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
May 25, 2021 Coaching for Connection: Relationships Matter
May 20, 2021 What Got You Here Won't Get You There with Dr. Marshall Goldsmith
May 18, 2021 Easy Change vs. Hard Change (The Difference Every Coach MUST Know)
May 12, 2021 Coach and Therapist in Conversation: Our Clients’ Mental Health and Our Capacity to Support It
May 11, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
May 10, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club Narrative Coaching
May 06, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
April 28, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
April 27, 2021 April 2021 Community Meeting: Recalibrating Your Coaching Practice in the New Normal
April 22, 2021 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
April 22, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
April 21, 2021 Listening as Access to Our Coaching Mindset
April 21, 2021 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
April 15, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
April 13, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
April 12, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
April 08, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
March 31, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
March 25, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
March 18, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
March 17, 2021 The Neuroscience of the Updated Core Competencies
March 09, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
March 08, 2021 Lunch and a Book Club The HeART of Laser-Focused Coaching
March 04, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
March 01, 2021 Future Proofing Your Coaching Practice: Business and Education Trends in the Coaching Profession
February 25, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
February 24, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
February 18, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
February 16, 2021 Community of Practice: Conscious Leadership Coaching
February 10, 2021 The New Foundation: Introducing ICF’s Updated Core Competency Model
February 09, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
February 08, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X Kendi
February 04, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
January 28, 2021 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
January 28, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
January 27, 2021 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
January 27, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
January 21, 2021 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
January 13, 2021 Supporting You in 2021: Chapter Vision, Professional Growth and Volunteer Opportunities
January 12, 2021 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
January 11, 2021 Breakfast and a Book Club -Executive Coaching with Backbone and Heart
January 07, 2021 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
December 17, 2020 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
December 16, 2020 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
December 14, 2020 Breakfast and a Book Club -Dare to Lead by Brené Brown
December 10, 2020 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
December 08, 2020 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
December 03, 2020 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
November 19, 2020 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
November 18, 2020 ICF NYC Holiday Party
November 18, 2020 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
November 17, 2020 Group Coaching 101
November 10, 2020 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
November 09, 2020 Breakfast and a Book Club - Atomic Habits by James Clear
November 05, 2020 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
October 28, 2020 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
October 22, 2020 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
October 20, 2020 Community of Practice: Versatility in Leadership Coaching
October 15, 2020 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
October 15, 2020 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
October 14, 2020 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
October 14, 2020 All About ICF Global Resources
October 13, 2020 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
October 12, 2020 Breakfast and a Book Club
October 08, 2020 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Cross-Cultural Experience
October 07, 2020 How Dynamic Embodiment Can Support Your Coaching
September 30, 2020 Morning CoachCafe | Building Business + Community
September 24, 2020 Lunchtime CoachCafe | Leadership
September 17, 2020 Evening CoachCafe | Building Coaching Business
September 16, 2020 Assessments Cafe 2020
September 14, 2020 Breakfast and a Book Club
September 08, 2020 Morning CoachCafe | Coaching Presence
August 27, 2020 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe