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Upcoming events

    • April 21, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
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    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.  

    Facilitated by Amy Bloustine, Chapter President and Rei Perovic, Director of Membership Engagement


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


    • April 21, 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)
    • VIRTUAL
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    Summary Details

    When: April 21, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:30PM

    Presenters: Brendalyn King, ACC, and Tony Zampella, MSOL 

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom Meeting, cameras will be enabled

    CCEUs:1.5 TBD 

    Who is this event for: Coaches, Entrepreneurs and Educators interested in deepening their interior development to expand listening for cultivate a coaching mindset,

     

    The Event

    Purpose: evoking awareness to deepen listening and presence

    Outcomes

    1. To increase awareness of our habitual listening

    2. To cultivate a clearing for presence. 

    3. To experience the importance of context. 

    Description: We will work through exercises and experiences with worksheets to support the learning. 

    Agenda

    7:00 to 7:10 PM  |  Welcome and Opening Remarks 
    7:10 to 7:30 PM  |  Introduce Deep Structures
    7:30 to 7:50 PM  |  Experience of Clearing for Listening 
    7:50 to 8:00 PM  |  Introduce Practices 
    8:00 to 8:30 PM  |  Introduce Listening as Context/Complete

     

    Presenters


    Brendalyn King, ACC

    Bhavana Learning Group

    Leadership Coach | Community Engagement | Strategic Partnerships

     Website: https://www.bhavanalearning.com/ 

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendalynk/

     

    Brendalyn King has worked at Bhavana Learning Group for six years as an Ontological Coach and Educator, currently serving as Director of Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement. 

    As a leadership coach and consultant, Brendalyn works with clients to increase performance and deepen presence. She employs generative language practices to align purpose and meaning for clients.  She also works with educators to include a “coaching mindset” to expand the professional ethos for those serving K-12 schools. 

    Brendalyn holds a degree in Business Management from Fordham University (2006), and graduate degree in Education from Hunter College (2010). Her unconventional learning includes 10 years of study, practice, and coursework in the practice of personal mastery in an ontological model. Her fields of study include ontological learning, appreciative inquiry, and conscious leadership. 

    Brendalyn received a certificate of Proficiency Coaching from Coachville and is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), where she is credentialed at ACC (Associate Certified Coach).

    Brendalyn also trained in “Action Inquiry” methodology, and vertical development assessment instrument, and works with clients on Leadership Maturity Framework to evaluate stage development models and assess leadership mindsets

    Brendalyn co-founded the Leadership Prep Ocean Hill school in Brooklyn, New York, in 2009. She received a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award in 2017, fewer than 1% of the nation’s schools receive this honor from the U.S. Department of Education.

    Brendalyn is also co-founder at The Center of Authentic Listening and Learning, serving leadership professionals through research and programs that cultivate unlearning, deep listening, and presence. 

    Brendalyn's practices include meditating daily, finding time and space to reflect, and ensuring that she spends time with her now 90-year-old grandmother.


    Tony Zampella

    Bhavana Learning Group

    Chief Learner | Researcher | Learning Designer | Coach | Mentor

     Website: https://www.bhavanalearning.com/ 

    LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/tony-zampella/ 


    Anthony V. Zampella, MSOLis an educator and LGBTQ/AIDS activist, leadership and listening consultant, and writer and researcher in the field of adult learning and development. He founded Bhavana Learning Group in 2000, and works with experienced coaches, educators, and executives to cultivate learning communities for conscious leaders. 

    Coaching since 2000, Tony served as faculty at Mercy College until 2005, designing and directing its graduate Organizational Leadership program. He has since taught part time at Fordham University’s MBA program and Rutgers University business school.  

    In addition to B.A. in Sociology (UCSD), M.S. in Journalism (Columbia University), and M.S. in Organizational Leadership (Mercy College), Tony is a graduate of Contemplative Psychotherapy at Nalanda Institute of Contemplative Science.

    A Buddhist practitioner since 2000, Tony holds certificates in human development: Foundations of Ontological Design from Newfield Network; Open Space Technology with Harrison Owen; Appreciative Inquiry with Frank Barret; Spiral Dynamics with Don Beck; and Spiritual Intelligence with Cindy Wigglesworth.

    Tony’s research includes work by philosopher Martin Heidegger, studying ontology and phenomenology; work by Ken Wilber studying Integral Theory, stage development and integration; and Buddhist principles and psychology, studying contemplative wisdom practices. Tony’s work with pedagogy includes Generative Listening and Language, Contemplative Practice, and cultivating “Unlearning Mindsets.” 

    Tony served on the board of ACTO (Association of Coach Training Organization) and is a member of ICF (International Coaching Federation) where his research on listening has been cited. His blog, Unlearning Curve, explores adult learning and leadership development. He contributed to the textbook: Complex situations in coaching: A critical case-based approach, (Routledge June 2019). He is currently contributing to an anthology of Gay male coaches. 

     

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    • April 22, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
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    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 22, 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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.  

    Facilitated by Amy Bloustine, Chapter President and Rei Perovic, Director of Membership Engagement


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


    • April 27, 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    We offer All-chapter Community Meetings every quarter for you to share feedback with us, network with peers, and learn best practices to help you move your coaching practice forward. Please join us for this amazing event full of interactive opportunities and prizes. 

    In this April Community Meeting, through a mix of large and small-group discussion, we will cover:

    • Networking and Ice Breaker (Brush up on your Bingo skills and win prizes!)
    • NYC Chapter update
    • Breakout Session 1: What are the biggest challenges your clients are facing, and what skills helped you impact their lives?
    • Breakout session 2: What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced in your business this past year? What helped you move forward? What skills/topics/resources do you want to learn more about?
    • Open forum discussion
    • Wrap up

    Facilitated by Your Community Liaisons of the Membership Engagement Committee, Gina Martin and Jennifer Bryne


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


    • April 28, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (EDT)
    • 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 06, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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 10, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (EDT)
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    Join ICF NYC for its May Breakfast and a Book Club meeting to kick off your week with a mental boost! This month we delve into David Drake’s Narrative Coaching.  

    Summary Details

    When: May 10, 2021, 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 Book

    Title: Narrative Coaching

    Author: David Drake

    Publication Date: 2018

    Description: This is a rare book; it is grounded in both a deep academic rigor and a deep personal understanding of how people change. It is a treasure chest of information and insights based in over twenty years of experience. It will enable you to get to the crux of people’s issues in less time and help them make significant shifts in the moment. This book is an indispensable resource for anyone who works with people’s stories and wants to develop themselves so they have more impact.

    The tools and models are presented in simple and clear language. However, there is a depth here that offers a limitless guide for your learning. Narrative Coaching is timely because it works at the level of identities, addresses the collective narratives that shape our stories, and expands the roles and modalities we can use to bring about transformational change with individuals and teams.

    What is new in this edition:

    • It goes deeper into attachment theory and applied mindfulness

    • It offers design thinking as a framework for adult development

    • It shows how change is a naturally human and integrative process

    • It offers more examples and cases, e.g., how to coach without goals

    This book will both challenge you and inspire you to think in new ways about what is possible in your life and in your practice.


    About the ICF NYC Breakfast and Book Club

    Meetings will be held consistently on the second Monday of each month at 8 AM New York time (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.

    Meeting Guidelines:

    • Please be sure to read at least portions of the book so that meaning, intent and application may be discussed with depth.  

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

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

     

    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 11, 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual
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    The most important thing we bring to coaching is ourselves. Far beyond techniques and tools, it’s our coaching presence that enables the intuition, wisdom, trust and creativity required for the deepest transformations to take place in our clients.  

    Come join Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt and Karen Bummele for Morning CoachCafe to inquire, share, and reflect upon our coaching presence. We will explore questions such as: How can we show up as our best selves for ourselves and our clients? How can being deeply connected with our own wisdom help us hear what is emerging for our clients? What practices and techniques help us to stay present during the coaching process and dance in the moment with our clients? We will be discussing and exploring a variety of mindfulness and presence-based techniques and EQ skills backed by neuroscience and how we can support one another in our coaching journeys.

    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 Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt and Karen Bummele


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

    • May 12, 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)
    • VIRTUAL
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    A discussion on how we, as coaches, understand the space we can coach in, and when and how we should refer our client to a therapist.

     

    Summary Details

    When: May 12, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:30PM

    Presenters: Jeremy Robinson MCC, Michelle Tenzyk, PCC, Colette Brown, LMSW, and Lisa Arrigo, LCSW

    Moderated by: Lauren Borden, MA, PhD

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom Meeting, cameras will be enabled

    CCEUs1.0 CC and 0.5 RD (1.5 Total)

    Who is this event for: Coaches, therapists and anyone in a mental health related profession

    The Event

    As practitioners who often work with a ‘Whole Person” approach, we may at times enter into emotional territory with a client in which we feel that that client would benefit from the support of a therapist.  

    • What are the critical signs that indicate that a client is in need of mental health services and what is the right time and way to make a referral?   

    • How do we assess our own level of skill at coaching a client through an emotionally challenging event vs. knowing when we should refer out? 

    • How do we effectively and responsibility coach our clients through sadness, loss and grief?  

    • How do we, as coaches, determine the limitations of our skills? 

    • How do we become more aware of when our own stress levels and responses may be influencing our ability to assess or intervene in the best way possible for our clients?

    This event will feature a panel of experts including:

    • Jeremy Robinson MCC, an Executive Coach, business advisor and author, and trained psychotherapist;

    • Michelle Tenzyk, PCC, who has made advocating for mental health a cornerstone of her life’s work and coaching practice and who has written and spoken about her personal journey;

    • Lisa Arrigo, a psychotherapist practicing for over 20 years, specializing in treating anxiety, trauma, depression, addiction and issues impacting LGBTQ individuals and their families;

    • Colette Brown, who specializes in psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families; parenting; relationships; aging; stressors stemming from cultural identity; life and role transitions; anxiety, depression, and self-esteem.

    • The panel is moderated by Dr. Lauren Borden, MA, PhD, principal of Lauren Borden Coaching.


    Event Agenda

     7:00 to 7:05 PM  |  Welcome and Opening Remarks 

    7:05 to 7:55 PM  |  Discussion highlighting the considerations, skills, boundaries and options we have as coaches in supporting the mental health of our clients.  

    7:55 to 8:15 PM  | Tools

    8:15 to 8:30 PM  |  Debrief, Q&A and Request for Input

     

     

    Speakers

    Lauren Borden MA, PhD: 

    Mindset & Performance Coach

    Website: www.laurenbordencoaching.com

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-lauren-borden-a7695775/


    As an executive coach and doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with over ten years of experience in leadership development, Dr. Lauren Borden, MA, PhD, supports her clients in leveraging their gifts to step into their unique leadership style, and expand their impact. 

    In addition to her private practice, Lauren is a co-founder of JBL Consulting, a company dedicated to promoting DEI and allyship in corporate settings. She is also a mindfulness and meditation teacher who specializes in teaching meditation as a leadership, personal growth, and stress management tool. 

    Lauren has had the privilege of coaching and training professionals within Fortune 10 companies across technology, retail, medical, and finance industries to help them use organizational psychology to develop strategy and strengthen their workforce. Additionally, she is a coach trainer and teacher who specializes in training up-and-coming coaches early in their career. She has authored publications and conference presentations exploring leadership development, mindfulness and meditation, feedback, and training, including articles and chapters in The Journal of Business Psychology, Teaching Psychology, The Oxford Handbook of Justice in the Workplace, and The Handbook of industrial, Work and Organizational Psychology.


    Jeremy Robinson, MCC, MSW

    CEO Coach & Pioneer Executive Coach.

    https://www.jeremyrobinson.com/

    www.linkedin.com/in/jeremyrobinsonexecutivecoach/


    Jeremy is President of Robinson Capital Corp. where he’s been coaching CEOs and Executive Team members the past 12 years. He’s provided executive coaching to leaders since the early days of executive coaching more than 30 + years ago.  Overlapping that time, he was a psychotherapist based on the Upper West Side.  He had a large private practice working with people who were “worried well.”  Currently, he’s Faculty & Fellow, Zicklin Leadership Initiative at Baruch College. He’s a co-founder and Faculty of iCoachNewYork, now in its 18th year.  He was Co-Academic Director of Executive Coaching Program at the Aresty Institute of Executive Education at Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania.

     

    Jeremy is co-author of Becoming An Exceptional Executive Coach. His chapter “Executive Coaching” was published in 2019 in Professional Coaching Principles and Practice by Springer.   Jeremy is best known for using an emotional intelligence approach to help Clients self-reflect and change.  He’s fortunate to have a long Client list- from major corps to start-ups. During the pandemic, he’s been concentrating on playful, empathic, innovative approaches to growth in order to reduce paralyzing cortisol running his through Clients’ brains.





    Michelle Tenzyk, PCC: 

    Founder & CEO, East Tenth Group, Inc

    Website:https://easttenthgroup.com/

    LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelletenzyk/


    As CEO of East Tenth Group, Michelle Tenzyk leverages her 25 years in business to bring insight, perspective, and experience to all aspects of leadership and business strategy. In her work with CEOs and senior executives, Michelle is known for her no-nonsense, direct approach which gets right to the core of a leader’s issues. As many executives say, she does not waste their time – we get down to the “business of business” and solve the most pressing issues. Michelle finds the complexities of today’s environment, that being thoughtful, deeply insightful and forthright is necessary to elevate top leaders’ games to gain the competitive edge for tomorrow. 


    Michelle has served on the leadership teams of companies including Lehman Brothers, Primedia, Cendant Trip Network, and Healthcare Consultancy Group (an Omnicom Agency). Michelle received her MBA in HR Management and Systems from the University of Albany and earned her Executive Coaching Certificate at City University of New York’s Zicklin School of Business. She holds a BS in Music Education/Piano from the College of St. Rose where she is a distinguished prominent alumna. She earned her Certificate in Entrepreneurship from the Goldman Sachs 10k Small Business Program. Michelle currently serves as a Director for the Board of dancker and The Stability Network. She is a Core Guide for Chief.


     

     

    Lisa Arrigo, LCSW

    Owner, Lisa Arrigo LCSW

    Web-site: www.lisaarrigo.com

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-arrigo-98820a13/

       

    Lisa Arrigo is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in full time private practice, with offices in Westchester County and New York City.  Her areas of specialty include the treatment of trauma (PTSD and Complex Trauma, addiction, anxiety and depression. Her advanced training in mind/body based approaches  such as sensorimotor psychotherapy and EMDR have broadened her understanding of trauma treatment and how best to partner with clients on their healing journeys. 

    Lisa also works with clients who identify as LGBTQ and is passionate about helping them address the complexities of issues unique to each individual.  Every day she is both humbled and inspired by her clients, who remind her of the strength of resiliency of the human spirit, our capacity for growth, transformation, and living more authentically within ourselves and in relationships.

    Lisa maintains ongoing relationships with local organizations that service survivors of domestic violence and their families.  She is often asked to offer clinical support and education to front line staff  so that they may better understand the effects of vicarious trauma and its impact on their daily lives. This work has been personally and professional enriching, as we all need  to feel connected to others in order to live and learn.                                                                                 

     

     

     

    Colette I. Brown, MA, MA Ed., LMSW

    Website:

    Colette specializes in psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families; parenting; relationships; aging; stressors stemming from cultural identity; life and role transitions; anxiety, depression, and self-esteem. Works with adults and teenagers.

    Colette’s life experience has given her insight into couples and families navigating careers, parenting, educational systems and the unique stressors of living in New York City. For 15 years, she was a teacher working in NYC’s specialized high schools and that experience informed her understanding of how our intersectional identities influence how comfortably we move in our world today. Her personal experience informs what she brings to the therapy room, which is a foundational belief that personal, cultural and societal narratives can influence, adversely or positively, who we are and what we believe we can achieve.

    She uses an eclectic approach to counseling including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, narrative, systemic, critical race theory and psychoanalytic theory. She adapts play therapy techniques to help people navigate life’s provocations. Also, as an avid gamer, she uses her knowledge of “Geek Culture” as a mindset and model for integrating positive applications of video and tabletop games, RPGs and other staples of “Geek” life.



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    • May 18, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • VIRTUAL
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    If you're a coach, you're a catalyst for change. But change is difficult because we muddle up the difference between Easy Change and Hard Change. If you're not clear on the difference, you can spend pointless time, money, and energy applying the wrong tools to make progress. In this highly interactive webinar, Michael Bungay Stanier will tease apart the difference between these types of change and give you practical strategies for working with clients.

     

    Summary Details

    When: Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 6:00 PM - 7:30PM

    Presenters: Michael Bungay Stanier

    Format: Virtual - Zoom Meeting

    CCEUs1.0 CC and 0.5 RD 

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

    Note: If you are a member of another co-sponsoring northeast regional chapter, please register through your home chapter. Co-sponsoring chapters include: ICF Atlantic, ICF Connecticut, ICF Long Island, ICF Maryland, ICF Metro DC, ICF New England, ICF New Jersey, ICF Ottawa, ICF Philadelphia, ICF Quebec and ICF Upstate NY. Pricing is consistent across all participating chapters.  

     

    The Event

    If you're a coach, you're a catalyst for change.

    You're helping your clients glean new insights, put them into action, and become different. (No wonder we all love this job.)

    But change is difficult. One of the reasons it's difficult is that we muddle up the difference between Easy Change and Hard Change. If you're not clear on the difference, you can spend pointless time, money, and energy applying the wrong tools to make progress.

    In this practical, highly interactive, and thoroughly engaging webinar, Michael Bungay Stanier will

    • Tease apart the difference between Easy Change and Hard Change

    • Confirm the strategies that already work for Easy Change

    • Illuminate the shadows of Hard Change, in particular the two big questions that people don't ask enough

    • Understand the role of sacrifice in the commitment to progress

    • Provide an excess of metaphors about ... everything. (He's big on metaphors.)

    There's a lot here. This webinar will change you, and it will help you be a catalyst of change for your clients.

    Learning Objectives: 

    • To learn the difference between Easy Change and Hard Change

    • To understand how to apply those differences in coaching situations

    Event Agenda

    • Intro

    • Check in on focus and engagement

    • What’s coaching?

    • Easy Change vs Hard Change

    • Setting a Worthy Goal

    • Weighing up Prizes and Punishments

    • Q&A as time allows

     

    Presenter


     






    Michael Bungay Stanier

    www.MBS.works

    Michael Bungay Stanier helps people be a force for change.

    He’s best known for his book The Coaching Habit which has sold close to a million copies and has thousands of 5-star reviews online. His latest book The Advice Trap focuses on what it takes to tame your Advice Monster.

    He founded Box of Crayons, a learning and development company that helps organizations move from advice-driven to curiosity-led. They’ve trained hundreds of thousands of managers to be more coach-like and their clients range from Microsoft to Gucci.

    He left Australia about 30 years ago to be a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University … where his only significant achievement was falling in love with a Canadian … which is why he now lives in Toronto, having spent time in London and Boston.

    Balancing out these moments of success, he was banned from his high school graduation for “the balloon incident” … was sued by one of his Law School professors for defamation … and his first published piece of writing was a Harlequin Romance-esque story involving a misdelivered letter … and called The Male Delivery.

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    • May 26, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (EDT)
    • 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 27, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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 27, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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.

    • June 03, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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 08, 2021
    • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual
    Register

    The most important thing we bring to coaching is ourselves. Far beyond techniques and tools, it’s our coaching presence that enables the intuition, wisdom, trust and creativity required for the deepest transformations to take place in our clients.  

    Come join Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt and Karen Bummele for Morning CoachCafe to inquire, share, and reflect upon our coaching presence. We will explore questions such as: How can we show up as our best selves for ourselves and our clients? How can being deeply connected with our own wisdom help us hear what is emerging for our clients? What practices and techniques help us to stay present during the coaching process and dance in the moment with our clients? We will be discussing and exploring a variety of mindfulness and presence-based techniques and EQ skills backed by neuroscience and how we can support one another in our coaching journeys.

    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 Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt and Karen Bummele


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

    • June 09, 2021
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • VIRTUAL
    Register

    How do we build trust with our clients and ensure our coaching work advances social justice? Join ICF NYC and Columbia University Teachers College for this event to better understand the science and research of bias and racism as well as a range of micro-interventions we can employ to confront, eradicate, and/or ameliorate racism in the coaching profession. 

     

    Summary Details

    When: June 9, 2021, 6:30 PM 7:00 PM Optional Networking | 7:00 PM - 9:00PM Event Program

    Presenters: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia

    Format:  Virtual - Zoom Meeting, cameras will be enabled

    CCEUs2.0 TBD 

    Who is this event for: Mixture of coaches, talent management and diversity professionals, coaching educators and researchers.      

     

    The Event

    2020 will be long remembered as the year the world experienced 3-concurrent challenges, yet collectively, providing a context for major transformation: Covid-19; disruption to global economic systems; wide-range social protest, in part, triggered by death of George Floyd while in police custody because of an officer pinning him to the ground with a knee until the victim lost consciousness and then his life. 


    This global pandemic has amplified a cold hard truth, existing for decades, if not centuries; that is, we cannot realize social justice without addressing injustice; the need for antiracism is rooted in racism; and true equity is achieved only by dismantling the very systems that sustain inequity. The current context naturally raises important questions for coaching researchers, educators, and practitioners alike, such as: 


    • What is the coaching industry’s response to the dynamics of power, rank, and privilege that shape our worldview and impact our daily interactions with clients, colleagues, and friends? 


    • How do we move beyond issuing “antiracism statements?"

    This interactive session will invite the audience to respond to a series of reflective prompts where each will be able to connect their personal experience with the topics explored. 


    Session Objectives

    During the session attendees will focus on the following core objectives: 


    • Context: Name and describe drivers and supporting research that provides a solid rationale for developing an antiracism capacity in coaching educators, coaching researchers, coaches, and professional associations 


    • Content: List and explain the range of explicit and implicit biases that influence coaching interactions; bring a level of conceptual clarity related to social justice, antiracism, and equity to your coaching education, research, and/or professional practice 


    • Conduct: Make a personal commitment to develop a range of micro-interventions to your coaching education, research, and/or professional practice with the aim of confronting, eradicating, and/or ameliorating racism in the coaching profession 

     

    Agenda

    • 6:30 - 6:55  |  Optional Virtual Networking Session

    • 7:00 - 7:05  |  Welcome and Opening

    • 7:05 - 7:30  |  Presentation on Drivers and Research

    • 7:30 - 7:45  |  Interactive Session / Data Gathering

    • 7:45 - 8:05  |  Q&A

    • 8:05 - 8:15  |  Introduction to Micro-interventions

    • 8:15 - 8:30  |  Breakout Sessions

    • 8: 30- 8:40  |  Share-out

    • 8: 40- 9:00  |  Q&A and Discussion

     

    Presenter


    Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia A person with a beard Description automatically generated with low confidence

    Teachers College, Columbia University

    Associate Professor of Practice 

    Department of Organization and Leadership

     


    Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia is a seasoned professional with over 30 years of diverse experience as an external and internal organizational effectiveness consultant, thought leader and educator. Dr. Maltbia came to Teachers College after two years of running his own consulting practice, Organizational Effectiveness Consulting and Training (Ofx), where he provided research-based solutions to clients in strategy formulation, organization and leadership development and workplace diversity. Terry enjoyed a successful career with Westvaco Corporation (now MeadWestvaco), where he held many posts including Transition Consultant during the merger with Mead Corporation, Vice President Organizational Effectiveness Center of Excellence, Director Corporate Development and Training, Special Assistant to the Executive Vice President, Group Manager Marketing Personnel Development, Sales Training Manager, Manager College Relations and Corporate Employment, Sales Managers, and Sales Representative. He also spent two years as a Senior Consultant for Rath and Strong, a process improvement firm based in Boston and has worked as a Senior Consultant for a sales effectiveness consulting firm. 


    Terry conceived and has served as the faculty lead for The Columbia Coaching Certification Program, a strategic partnership between Teachers College Professional Development unit and The Columbia Business School's executive education unit, since the Fall of 2007. He is currently Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Organization and Leadership at Teachers College. Scholarly interest includes strategic learning, leadership and organizational development, diversity, and cultural intelligence, and more recently, executive and organizational coaching. He is the recipient of The Academy of Human Resources Development’s Malcolm Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award for his pioneering diversity practitioner research; was recognized as #1 In Coach Education in the World by Thinkers50 | Marshall Goldsmith’s Top Global Coaches; and AIIR Consulting’s 2020 Coaching Leadership Award Winner in 2020.



    • June 14, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (EDT)
    Register


    Join ICF NYC for its May Breakfast and a Book Club meeting to kick off your week with a mental boost! This month we delve into Erik Larson’s The Splendid and the Vile.  

    Summary Details

    When: June 14, 2021, 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 Book

    Title: The Splendid and the Vile

    Author: Erik Larson

    Publication Date: 2020

    Description: On Winston Churchill’s first day as prime minister, Adolf Hitler invaded Holland and Belgium. Poland and Czechoslovakia had already fallen, and the Dunkirk evacuation was just two weeks away. For the next twelve months, Hitler would wage a relentless bombing campaign, killing 45,000 Britons. It was up to Churchill to hold his country together and persuade President Franklin Roosevelt that Britain was a worthy ally—and willing to fight to the end.

    In The Splendid and the Vile, Erik Larson shows, in cinematic detail, how Churchill taught the British people “the art of being fearless.” It is a story of political brinkmanship, but it’s also an intimate domestic drama, set against the backdrop of Churchill’s prime-ministerial country home, Chequers; his wartime retreat, Ditchley, where he and his entourage go when the moon is brightest and the bombing threat is highest; and of course 10 Downing Street in London. Drawing on diaries, original archival documents, and once-secret intelligence reports—some released only recently—Larson provides a new lens on London’s darkest year through the day-to-day experience of Churchill and his family: his wife, Clementine; their youngest daughter, Mary, who chafes against her parents’ wartime protectiveness; their son, Randolph, and his beautiful, unhappy wife, Pamela; Pamela’s illicit lover, a dashing American emissary; and the advisers in Churchill’s “Secret Circle,” to whom he turns in the hardest moments.

    The Splendid and the Vile takes readers out of today’s political dysfunction and back to a time of true leadership, when, in the face of unrelenting horror, Churchill’s eloquence, courage, and perseverance bound a country, and a family, together.

    Churchill’s lessons of resilience and his style of steady-handed leadership are essential to the state of mind of American readers.”—Vanity Fair



    About the ICF NYC Breakfast and Book Club

    Meetings will be held consistently on the second Monday of each month at 8 AM New York time (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.

    Meeting Guidelines:

    • Please be sure to read at least portions of the book so that meaning, intent and application may be discussed with depth.  

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

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

     

    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 17, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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.

    • June 23, 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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.  

    Facilitated by Amy Bloustine, Chapter President and Rei Perovic, Director of Membership Engagement


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


    • June 24, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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.  

    Facilitated by Amy Bloustine, Chapter President and Rei Perovic, Director of Membership Engagement


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


    • June 24, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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

    • June 30, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (EDT)
    • 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.

    • October 20, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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.  

    Facilitated by Amy Bloustine, Chapter President and Rei Perovic, Director of Membership Engagement


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


    • October 21, 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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.  

    Facilitated by Amy Bloustine, Chapter President and Rei Perovic, Director of Membership Engagement


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


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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
August 26, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
August 20, 2020 Virtual Evening CoachCafe
August 12, 2020 August 2020 Virtual Town Hall: Input to the 2021 ICF NYC Strategic Plan
August 11, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
July 29, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
July 23, 2020 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe
July 16, 2020 Virtual Evening CoachCafe
July 15, 2020 A Time of Stirring Reflection for Conversations with Humanity, Humility and Humor
July 14, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
July 13, 2020 ICF NYC Book Club
July 09, 2020 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
July 08, 2020 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
July 02, 2020 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe
June 24, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
June 18, 2020 Virtual Evening CoachCafe
June 18, 2020 Ethics in Coaching and at ICF
June 16, 2020 Mentor Coaching Group for ACC Credentials Expiring 12/31/2020
June 10, 2020 June 2020 Virtual Town Hall: Resiliency, Adaptation and Growth in Our Coaching Practice
June 09, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
June 04, 2020 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe
June 03, 2020 Building Coaching Cultures: Who, What and How
May 27, 2020 The Importance of Coach and Therapist Collaboration: Managing Mental Health Issues During Covid-19
May 27, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
May 21, 2020 Virtual Evening CoachCafe
May 20, 2020 GROW YOUR COACHING TOOLKIT - SPRING 2020
May 15, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
May 13, 2020 Coaching Clients In A Time of Uncertainty- COVID -19
May 12, 2020 RESCHEDULED - Coaching Identity, Culture and Power in Your Practice
May 06, 2020 Virtual Evening CoachCafe
May 05, 2020 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe
April 29, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
April 23, 2020 Virtual Morning CoachCafe
April 21, 2020 Coaching Clients In A Time of Uncertainty- COVID -19
April 16, 2020 Virtual Evening CoachCafe
April 09, 2020 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
April 08, 2020 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
March 26, 2020 Virtual - Evening CoachCafe
March 25, 2020 Virtual- Morning CoachCafe
March 19, 2020 Coaching Clients In A Time of Uncertainty- COVID -19
March 19, 2020 Virtual - Downtown Morning CoachCafe
March 02, 2020 How Coaching Supports Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations
February 26, 2020 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe
February 26, 2020 HUDSON VALLEY MORNING COACHCAFE
February 25, 2020 Positive Psychology in Coaching: Strengths-Based Coaching Practices
February 20, 2020 Midtown Evening CoachCafe
February 14, 2020 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe
February 01, 2020 Queens CoachCafe
January 30, 2020 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
January 29, 2020 Coaching Shame: Recognizing Shame and Coaching for Shame Resilience
January 29, 2020 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe | Living Room Meeting
January 29, 2020 White Plains CoachCafe
January 22, 2020 Are You Maximizing Your ICF NYC Membership?
January 21, 2020 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe
January 21, 2020 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe
January 15, 2020 Supporting You in 2020: Chapter Vision, Professional Growth and Volunteer Opportunities
January 09, 2020 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
January 08, 2020 ICF NYC Member Welcome Chat
December 19, 2019 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe!
December 18, 2019 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe
December 12, 2019 Client Acquisition: Bringing it All Together to Win New Clients and Grow Your Business
December 04, 2019 New Member Meetup: December 4, 2019- Invitation Only
December 04, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
November 20, 2019 Let’s Celebrate the Holiday Season! - ICF NYC 2019 Holiday Party
November 20, 2019 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe!
November 14, 2019 Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe
November 13, 2019 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
November 13, 2019 Social Media: Allies for the Success of Your Business
November 06, 2019 Marketing Your Coaching Business: Essential Steps for creating your Marketing Plan
November 06, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
October 30, 2019 Grow Your Coaching Toolkit
October 23, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
October 23, 2019 Manhattan Day CoachCafe!
October 22, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
October 21, 2019 Business Basics: Setting Yourself Up for Success
October 17, 2019 Branding Your Coaching Business: Essential Steps for Growth and Confidence
October 16, 2019 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
September 25, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
September 24, 2019 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
September 18, 2019 ICF NYC Virtual CoachCafe!!
September 11, 2019 Time Management: How to Get it All Done
August 21, 2019 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
August 07, 2019 Webinar: Are You Maximizing Your ICF NYC Membership?
July 25, 2019 Webinar: The Credentialing Process - Part 2
July 24, 2019 Manhattan Day CoachCafe
July 17, 2019 Brooklyn CoachCafe!
July 17, 2019 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
July 10, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
July 10, 2019 ICF NYC Virtual CoachCafe!!
July 09, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
June 28, 2019 Manhattan Day CoachCafe: June 28th
June 26, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
June 22, 2019 Queens CoachCafe!
June 19, 2019 Brooklyn CoachCafe!
June 19, 2019 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
June 12, 2019 ICFLA / ICFNYC Special Event Coach with Pride: Coaching in the LGBTQ Community
June 07, 2019 Webinar: The Credentialing Process - Part 1
June 05, 2019 Richard Boyatzis on Coaching for Compassion versus Coaching for Compliance
May 22, 2019 The Science Behind Goals and Habit Formation
May 16, 2019 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
May 15, 2019 ICF NYC Virtual CoachCafe!!
May 14, 2019 Grow Your Coaching Toolkit
May 08, 2019 Brooklyn CoachCafe!
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May 01, 2019 Intersections: Uniting the Talent, Mental Health and Coaching Communities
May 01, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
April 26, 2019 Practical Application of the Harrison Assessments’ Paradoxical Leadership
April 10, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
April 10, 2019 AC: Introduction to Systemic Coaching Supervision
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April 09, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
March 27, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
March 26, 2019 AC Regional Webinar: Coaches in Transition
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February 20, 2019 AC USA East Coast - Being a Professional Coach: more than just competencies
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February 13, 2019 FROM CHAOS TO CALM :: LEADING CHANGE FROM THE INSIDE OUT
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January 25, 2019 LinkedIn for Your Coaching Practice: Build Brand Visibility, Get More Clients
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January 09, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
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December 06, 2018 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe! December 6th, 10:30am-12:00pm
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December 04, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence, Webinar: Coaching Supervision – what is it really all about?
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November 08, 2018 Transformational Coaching Demo
October 24, 2018 White Plains CoachCafe!
September 26, 2018 White Plains CoachCafe: September 26th 10:00am to 11:30am
August 26, 2018 ICF NYC ASSESSMENTS CAFÉ
August 26, 2018 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe! September 13th 2018, 10:30-12
June 20, 2018 Navigating the Credentialing Process Part 2: The PCC Markers
June 19, 2018 Staten Island CoachCafe! Launches June 19th
June 07, 2018 Neuroscience—Why It Matters in Executive Coaching