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Future Proofing Your Coaching Practice: Business and Education Trends in the Coaching Profession

  • March 01, 2021
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • VIRTUAL

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Join us on March 1, 2021 for the Third Annual ICF NYC and NYU Human Capital Management Organizational Coaching Event.  This year's theme looks at trends in the coaching profession and how practitioners can evolve to meet needs.

This event will look at emerging trends and shifts within the coaching industry to ask the questions: (1) What changes (ongoing and anticipated) within the industry do coaches need to have on their radar? (2) What actions should coaches be thinking about or taking to ensure they and their coaching practice are best positioned for success into the future?

Summary Details

When: March 1, 2021, 6:30 PM - 9:00PM

  • 6:30 - 7:00 Check-in and virtual small group networking

  • 7:00 - 9:00 Formal Program


Speakers: 

  • Dialogue 1: Business Trends

    • Moderator Michael “Dr. Woody” Woodward, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Executive Coaching, New York University

    • Panelist:      David Lipsky, PhD, Head Coach, Samsung Electronics Americas

    • Panelist:      Gael Bevan, PCC,  Independent Coach

    • Panelist:      Sarah Sheehan, President & Founder, Bravely

  • Dialogue 2: Coach Education Evolution and Re-skilling

    • Moderator Erin Hyland, Board Director - Professional Development, ICF NYC 

    • Panelist:      Luke Davis, M.Ed, Vice President, ICF Coach Training

    • Panelist:      Michael “Dr. Woody” Woodward, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Executive Coaching, New York University

 

Format:  Virtual, Zoom Platform

CCEUs2 CCEU TBC

Who is this event for: Coaches, coaching students, HR and Talent Professionals

The Event

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand business drivers influencing the future of the coaching profession

  • To explore key business needs and procurement/hiring considerations determining who, how and what for, firms are looking at coaches

  • To highlight how the coach training and continual education market is responding

  • To identify what actions coaches should be considering to ensure their relevance in an evolving marketplace and how to stand out

 

Context: 

COVID-19 supercharged shifts in company operations, investment decisions, and ways of working over the last year, but the coaching industry -- business and procurement models, organization expectations, coach selection and credentials – had been evolving long beforehand as the profession continued to grow and mature.  The broader adoption of coaching as a standard professional development tool, the entrance of new players, the role of technology, and the professionalization of the industry are among factors driving industry shifts which in turn have implications for how coaches position themselves to stand out within the market and anticipate growth opportunities.

The Discussion: 

The event is catered towards existing and prospective coaches in addition to those in the talent and human resource communities.  Two consecutive facilitated dialogues will explore key drivers, client needs and expectations, and coach capabilities and positioning. 

The first dialogue will focus on key drivers in the marketplace.  In conversation with representatives from organizations hiring coaches and coaching companies delivering services, the first conversation will focus on shifting needs, procurement models, market competition, coach requirements, and factors related to the demand and supply of coaches.  

The second dialogue will focus on educational and training implications for coaches in response to business drivers.  Areas of discussion will include reskilling, continuing education and other formal advanced education options as well as what ICF is doing as far as coach training and meeting the needs of the marketplace.

 

Event Agenda

  • 6:30 - 7:00 PM  |  Event Log-on & Optional Networking 

  • 7:00 - 7:05 PM  |  Welcome & Opening Remarks

  • 7:05 - 7:45 PM  |  Facilitated Dialogue 1: Evolving Business Needs and Industry Drivers 

  • 7:45 - 8:05 PM  |  Q&A Discussion 1

  • 8:05 - 8:35 PM  |  Facilitated Dialogue 2: The Future of Coach Training: Reskilling, Re-upping and Staying Relevant 

  • 8:35 - 8:55 PM  |  Q&A Discussion 2

  • 8:55 - 9:00 PM  |  Closing Remarks & Recognitions


Meet Our Speakers

Dialogue 1: Evolving Business Needs and Industry Drivers


Michael “Dr. Woody” Woodward, PhD
New York University 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Executive Coaching

Michael “Dr. Woody” Woodward, PhD is an organizational psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Executive Coaching at New York University (NYU) where he is the lead faculty for the Master of Science in Executive Coaching and Organizational Consulting program. Dr. Woody is author of the Amazon top selling career book The YOU Plan. He also serves on the Institute for Management Studies faculty where he has trained managers from BOSE, Verizon, and the NBA.

In practice Dr. Woody focuses on building leadership capacity and has worked with leaders from Bacardi, SAP, Sugar Foods Corporation, and The Miami Herald among many others. Early in his career Dr. Woody served as an HR consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting (PwC) and project manager for IBM Global Business Consulting Services. From 2008 to 2015 he served on the advisory board and as founding faculty at the Florida International University Center for Leadership. He has also been an advisor to the Ernst & Young (EY) Entrepreneur of the Year and Entrepreneurial Winning Women programs and a thought leader in the IBM Smarter Workforce Futurist program.

In the media Dr. Woody has appeared on The TODAY Show, LIVE with Kelly, Fox Business and CNN among many others. He has been quoted as a work-life expert in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Entrepreneur.

Dr. Woody received a bachelor’s in psychology from the University of Miami, a master’s in industrial and organizational psychology from Springfield College, and a PhD in industrial and organizational psychology from Florida International University. While at FIU Dr. Woody published award-winning research on teamwork titled Cooperation and Competition: The Effects of Team Entrainment and Reward Structure, which earned him an appointment as a Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Scholar.



Gael Bevan, PCC
Independent Coach 

Email:  gael@gaelbevan.com
Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/gaelbevan
Twitter: https://twitter.com/gaelbevan
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gaelbevan

    Gael is a seasoned remote coach and no stranger to emerging trends and shifts in thinking about coaching.

    Her global coaching practice has seen the question change from “what is coaching?” to “how do I find one?” to “what industries and areas do you specialize in and what are your credentials?”

    She has coached SME’s, career transition individuals, executive coaches, C–suite executives and senior leaders. Gael moved her coaching practice from New Zealand to the UK and then to New York and acquired her ICF credentials as she anticipated the market moving toward a more professionally regulated industry. Her work is through key coaching and consulting companies as well as some on-demand platform coaching.  


    David Lipsky, PhD
    Samsung Electronics Americas
    Head Coach

    LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/davelipsky/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/possibilitydr?lang=en
    Book: https://thesustainableenterprisefieldbook.com


      David helps leaders and their teams unleash their collective potential to create fresh possibilities and extraordinary results. His roles include coach, consultant, teacher, leader and change agent.  Some of the organizations David has worked with include Bank of America, KPMG, Johnson & Johnson, Walmart, Sony and UNICEF. Currently Davids is the Head Coach of Samsung, where he is helping to orchestrate their Global Coaching Culture initiative. To fuel his curiosity, David writes, speaks and teaches on leadership, sustainability and organizational development. Currently he is teaching in NYU’s Human Capital Management, MS in Executive Coaching and Organizational Consulting. 

      David is passionate about the power and potential of coaching.  He currently serves on the executive committee of the Conference Board Coaching and Leadership Council. 



      Sarah Sheehan
      Bravely
      President & Founder

      Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahsheehan8
      Instagram: @rahrah300
      Website: https://workbravely.com/

        Sarah began her career in Human Resources at companies like SiriusXM, Coach, and Gilt Groupe before transitioning to the role of Head of Sales at the Gilt Groupe. In this role, Sarah led a 65-person sales team where she focused on building a culture that encouraged her team to communicate openly and proactively address challenges with colleagues and managers — leading to huge increases in productivity and overall performance of the business. Sarah’s experience, combined with an ongoing passion for helping people gain the confidence they need to find meaning in their work, inspired her to co-found Bravely in 2017.




        Dialogue 2: The Future of Coach Training: Reskilling, Re-upping and Staying Relevant 


        Erin Hyland
        ICF NYC Charter Chapter
        Board Director - Professional Development

        LinkedIn

          Erin Hyland is the Founder and Principal of Navigatrix Collaborative, LLC, a coaching and consulting practice. Her work centers on execution of strategic initiatives, performance enhancement and effecting change. Erin has worked with individuals, teams and organizations at different stages of development.  Her clients have included individuals in a new role or implementing a challenging project, entrepreneurs finding their footing as a start-up, and mature organizations and teams making a shift or implementing interdisciplinary projects. Erin leverages over a decade in strategy consulting and project management of large-scale projects to support her clients in building a solid foundation and the requisite skills to execute successfully on their priority initiatives. 

          Erin has a BS in Biology from Cornell University and a MS in Urban Planning from Columbia University.  Other credentials include Certified Professional Coach with Leadership that Works, ProSci Certified Change Practitioner, Advanced Facilitation with Future Search Network and Level 2 Team Diagnostic Survey for team coaching.  

          Her community and volunteer engagements include serving as Board Director, Professional Development for the ICF NYC Charter Chapter, as Co-Chair of NYC District 39’s Participatory Budgeting District Committee, and as the Glass Ceiling Committee Co-Chair for the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) New York City Chapter’s research and education efforts.  


          Lucas M. Davis, M.Ed. 
          ICF Coach Training
          Vice President 



          Luke Davis currently serves as the Vice President of ICF Coach Training and is responsible for the organization’s overall leadership, management, and strategy. Additionally, he is responsible for board development and management, and works directly with the ICF Coach Training Board of Directors for the advancement of coach training and program accreditation.

           

          Michael “Dr. Woody” Woodward, PhD
          New York University 
          Clinical Assistant Professor of Executive Coaching


          Michael “Dr. Woody” Woodward, PhD is an organizational psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Executive Coaching at New York University (NYU) where he is the lead faculty for the Master of Science in Executive Coaching and Organizational Consulting program. Dr. Woody is author of the Amazon top selling career book The YOU Plan. He also serves on the Institute for Management Studies faculty where he has trained managers from BOSE, Verizon, and the NBA. 

          In practice Dr. Woody focuses on building leadership capacity and has worked with leaders from Bacardi, SAP, Sugar Foods Corporation, and The Miami Herald among many others. Early in his career Dr. Woody served as an HR consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting (PwC) and project manager for IBM Global Business Consulting Services. From 2008 to 2015 he served on the advisory board and as founding faculty at the Florida International University Center for Leadership. He has also been an advisor to the Ernst & Young (EY) Entrepreneur of the Year and Entrepreneurial Winning Women programs and a thought leader in the IBM Smarter Workforce Futurist program. 

          In the media Dr. Woody has appeared on The TODAY Show, LIVE with Kelly, Fox Business and CNN among many others. He has been quoted as a work-life expert in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Entrepreneur. 

          Dr. Woody received a bachelor’s in psychology from the University of Miami, a master’s in industrial and organizational psychology from Springfield College, and a PhD in industrial and organizational psychology from Florida International University. While at FIU Dr. Woody published award-winning research on teamwork titled Cooperation and Competition: The Effects of Team Entrainment and Reward Structure, which earned him an appointment as a Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Scholar.

           


           

           



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