Join us to learn more about our respective intersections and get more people to experience our work.
The 20th Annual International Coaching Week is just around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited!
It will be an incredible opportunity to celebrate the work of our chapter’s coaches, create new opportunities for collaboration and much more.
Our Intersections event will bring together Talent, Mental Health and Coaching professionals to create new opportunities for learning and collaboration. Dedicated ICW Coach Cafes will support local connections, and new Pro Bono Coaching opportunities will let a broad pool of people experience first-hand the value of coaching.
Intersections: Uniting the Talent, Mental Health and Coaching Communities - May 1st at 6:00PM
Registration Deadline: April 28, 2019. No exceptions possible due to Empire State Building security requirements.
This exciting panel discussion brings together the expertise and knowledge of coaches, mental health professionals and talent organization leaders. After a broader introduction on coaching application and its benefits, participants will have the choice of following one of two tracks:
● The Mental Health Track will dive more deeply into the ways coaching and therapy can complement one another in practice. Viewing coaching and therapy as a collaboration, coach and therapist will gain insight into the unique aspects of the two professions, understand how they can supplement each other and create cross-referral networks. We’ll explore when it is appropriate to refer clients to either coaching or therapy as well as understand the regulatory landscape.
● The Organizational Track will help coaches and talent professionals gain insight into the value and best practices of various coaching models as well as demonstrate the proven impact of coaching on organizations. Coaches will get insights into the different models of coaching cultures and how they can better help organizations achieve business results. Talent professionals will have the occasion to preview different models of coaching cultures and best practices to inform their own coaching organizations.
Networking will be supported by offering therapists and organizations one complimentary coaching session for themselves, their clients or a member of their company. Find all details under the Pro-Bono Coaching section and sign up by April 12th to take advantage of this opportunity!
ICF Senior Director, Membership Global Development
Meet our speakers
Mental Health Track
Dr. Elizabeth Cohen
Dr. Elizabeth Cohen and Associates
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Patricia M. Raskin, Ph.D.
Teachers College, Columbia U.
A Good Place Therapy
Founder, Owner, Therapist
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Stephanie Manes, JD, LCSW
Psychotherapy for Couples and Individuals
Desormeaux Leadership Consulting, LLC
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Senior Sales Readiness Performance Consultant - Manager Coaching and Onboarding
Jessica Bannon Vanto
Global Director of Professional Development
Lead of Learning and Development
JP Morgan Chase
Executive Director, Coaching, Leadership Development & Management Training
Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia
Teachers College | Columbia University
Associate Professor of Practice, Adult Learning and Leadership Programs
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| 6:00 PM
|| 6:30 PM
|| 7:00 PM
|| 8:00-9:00 PM
|| Take your seat
|| Choose your Track
| Registration and welcoming
|| Opening plenary
|| Mental Health or Organizational
|| Networking and light refreshments
What else is happening?
Pro-Bono Coaching Opportunities - Sign up by April 12th
As part of International Coaching Week, we will be launching a number of pro bono coaching opportunities for communities in need, as well as non-coach attendees to our Intersections event so that they may experience coaching first hand. Please consider joining our pro bono pool of coaches by signing up here.
Throughout the week there will be an increased frequency of CoachCafe! and we encourage all coaches to attend:
May 1st: White Plains
May 8th: Brooklyn
May 3rd: Manhattan Day
May 15th :ICF NYC Virtual CoachCafe!!
We look forward to welcoming you to International Coaching Week as we celebrate our accomplishments, reflect on the profound impact coaching continues to have throughout the world, and create opportunities for new connections.
We can’t wait to see you there!
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Security and Registration Information
In accordance with the Empire State Building security requirements, no walk in registration is possible. Exceptions cannot be accommodated. All attendees must be registered with ICF NYC no later than April 28, 2019.
Instructions for Arrival and Event Attendance
Due to the Empire State Building's security policy, we kindly ask event attendees to follow the below guidance for arrival and access to the event. Note that there is a two-step check-in process.
- Registration starts at 6PM. Please do not arrive prior to 6PM. Entry to the building and LinkedIn offices will not be possible prior to 6PM.
- Enter the Empire State Building at 34th Street. Building address is 20 W34th Street, New York, NY. The lobby elevators to the LinkedIn Offices are towards the 5th avenue (east) side of the building.
- Check in for building access with LinkedIn staff who will be in the lobby to obtain your elevator pass.
- You will be directed to the 3rd Floor for ICF NYC event registration.
- Do not go to the general building security desk to check in.
- All passes are printed in advance based on the registration list that closes on April 28, 2019. A reminder that no walk-in admission is possible.
- Check in on the 3rd floor in for event access with ICF NYC. Obtain your name tag and complete LinkedIn's Non-Disclosure Agreement required of all visitors to its office.
- Reminder: Bring a government-issued ID