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Upcoming events

    • January 29, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • White Plains, NY
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    For ICF NYC members in Westchester, there is a diverse community of Professional Coaches as well.

    We meet in the convenient White Plains area every month to 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.

    Please join us at our CoachCafe and be a part of our ICF NYC Westchester community. The exact meeting address will be emailed after you register.

    Facilitated by Crystal Barrow

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     

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    • January 29, 2020
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • West End
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    As professional coaches, we naturally enjoy interactions and are curious about people. Yet, oftentimes, we become isolated in our own bubble in building our businesses. In the intimate living room setting in UWS, sip your coffee, enjoy the view of the river, and meet new and old ICF NYC friends. 

    Please come join Mike Mellen for a morning of meaningful dialogue and connections. We’ll discuss aspirations for our coaching businesses, what you need help with, and how we can help each other. Every coach walks away learning something new in this intimate space. The exact meeting address will be emailed after you register.

    Facilitated by Michael Mellen

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     

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    • January 29, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Webinar
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    Shame can be the number one barrier to client’s confidence and resilience. By learning how to coach around shame, we help our clients truly step into their full potential – as defined by them.  Join this webinar to learn how to recognize when shame shows up, understand what shame is (and isn’t) and how to coach shame. Coaching shame challenges us to really deepen our skills around empathy, understanding, listening, acknowledging and validating, asking powerful questions, and where appropriate, offering up concepts, ideas and resources to help clients deepen their own understanding so that they can become more resilient and recover more quickly. 

    When:  January 29, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:30PM 

    Speakers:  Sue Mann

    Format:  Virtual Webinar

    CCEUs: .75 CC, 0.75 RD

    Note: A recording of this webinar will not be published to the ICF NYC resources page.  To access this learning opportunity, you must register for the webinar. Those unable to join the live event will be given access to recording for the two weeks immediately following the live presentation. 

    Who is this event for: Sue’s work draws heavily on, and is informed by, the research of Dr Brené Brown and ongoing cutting edge research on the neurobiology of trauma, compassion and resilience. While many coaches may be very familiar with the work of Dr Brown, all coaches are encouraged to attend. Shame is one of the most contagious of social affects: when shame shows up in our clients, if we are not aware of our own shame triggers and have not done our own shame resilience work, we may unwittingly exacerbate shame in our clients and in ourselves. 

    The event 

    Shame is one of the most contagious of social affects: when shame shows up in our clients, if we as coaches are not aware of our own shame triggers and have not done our own shame resilience work, we may unwittingly exacerbate shame in our clients and in ourselves. Even highly trained and experienced coaches may experience “empathetic distress” around shame, which may reduce their ability to effectively coach. 

    Shame is, however, also highly coachable and in fact may respond better to coaching than to therapy in many cases. 

    This training is an introduction to the concepts of shame for coaches who may not be familiar with it already, and/or a helpful revision of the concepts of shame, with the introduction of possible new concepts around the brain, memory, trauma and resilience, for coaches who are already familiar with the concepts of shame. 

    The webinar will cover: 

    • Defining shame, the 1-2-3s of shame and why shame is called the “master emotion”
    • Shame, our “resilience zone”, the amygdala and implicit memory 
    • Why shame is coachable 
    • The difference between shame, guilt, embarrassment and humiliation 
    • The impact of shame on the client AND the coach 
    • 4 aspects of shame resilience 
    • Shame shields and off-loading strategies  
    • Shame, self-esteem and self-compassion

    Meet our speaker 


    Sansu Rising Coaching

    Sue Mann - Coach 

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    Sue works with individuals and organizations through 1:1 and team coaching, trainings and workshops. She helps individuals experiencing workplace bullying to navigate and recover. And she supports leaders and teams to move from “armored leadership” (a key factor in toxic work cultures) to “daring and compassionate leadership” (a key factor in healthy workplace cultures).


    Sue’s 25-year career has spanned continents, roles and industries – from diplomat, Top-4 consulting firm consultant, project manager, to entrepreneur and coach. Sue has worked in government, finance, banking, real-estate, hospitality, and energy. And she has worked at the C-Suite level, at the grass-roots level, and everything in-between. 

    Credentials:

    • Board Certified Coach
    • Certified Professional Coach
    • Certified Community Resilience Model Teacher
    • Energy Leadership Index - Master Practitioner 
    • COR.E Dynamics Specialist – Leadership
    • MBA – Cornell University, MMH – Cornell University

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    • January 30, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • WeWork
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    Come join us for an evening of connection, support, and fun. In this kick-off CoachCafe meeting of the year, we’ll hold space for each of us to SET GOALS FOR THE YEAR as a professional coach. And tap into the power of the group by creating a structure to keep each other accountable for continuous growth in 2020. 

    As coaches and entrepreneurs, it can feel isolating working on our own sometimes. It’s easier and more fun if we have a supportive community to tap into. That’s exactly why Rei and Bob have committed to co-facilitate CoachCafe meetings for the ICF NYC Members to have a go-to place to gather in-person every month.

    Manhattan Evening CoachCafe launched in 2019 and saw great success in building a strong community of powerful and caring ICF NYC professional coaches. This year, we’re shifting gear and taking on the Mastermind format, where each participant receives time to be supported and be accountable for their committed actions throughout the year. We’re here to share ideas, and questions, solutions, and have fun while doing so. 

    Please join our CoachCafe meeting at the WeWork branch close to Grand Central to be part of our dynamic community. The exact meeting address will be emailed after you register.


    Facilitated by: Rei Perovic and Robert Russo

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     

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    • February 01, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Queens
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    ICF NYC meetings don’t just happen in Manhattan – we also offer a powerful and supportive community in Queens.

    Come join Karlene Roberts and a group of like-minded coaches who support each other professionally and personally. We meet monthly in mastermind-like strategy sessions and have dynamic and lively conversations, offering thoughts and opportunities for growth and advancement as professional coaches. 

    We will meet at a lovely cafe in Astoria over a cup of coffee, tea, or dessert. The exact location will be emailed to you after you register.

    Facilitated by Karlene Roberts


    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     

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    • February 14, 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Financial District
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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.

    We will meet in the Financial District location of The Primary, a co-working space.

    Facilitated by Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt and Karen Bummele

                  

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     

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    • February 25, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
    • Webinar
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    Focusing on strengths allows us to tap into an individual’s potential and enhance their sense of purpose and feelings of satisfaction, both at work and personally. Join us to learn how to support your clients through strengths-based coaching practices.

    When:  February 25, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:15PM 

    Speaker:  Kayla LeLeux-LaBarge, Psy,D and Alyson Goldstein, M.Ed, MA

    Format:  Webinar

    CCEUs: 0.75 CC, 0.5 RD

    Who is this event for: Everyone! From new coaches to seasoned MCCs! 

    The event 

    The Positive Psychology movement has swept through the mental health and coaching fields providing a new and innovative model that looks at human behavior through the lens of strengths, as opposed to deficits. Focusing on strengths allows us to tap into an individual’s potential and enhance their sense of purpose and feelings of satisfaction, both at work and personally. These powerful outcomes are attained by using evidence-based techniques and tools, such as identifying character strengths, being intentional about activating them, and being able to spot and develop them in yourself and others. 


    The even cooler thing is that these techniques are linked to various positive chemical changes in the brain! When you get intentional about activating strengths in yourself and others, your brain releases chemicals that act as a healing agent to your brain and your body. The overall goals of using strengths-based techniques in coaching are to help the individual you are working with reach a place of greater self-understanding, hope and optimism, and ultimately, to initiate behaviors that allow for flourishing in their daily lives. 


    This experiential workshop is designed by Dr. Kayla LeLeux-LaBarge, business psychologist and executive coach at Equilibria Leadership Consulting. It will include the following takeaways: 

        Brief overview of the history of Positive Psychology

        Understand the benefits of using strength-based models in coaching

        Use of strengths-based assessment tools

        Use of several strengths-based coaching techniques

        Building strength-based teams and cultures

        Resources for furthering individual knowledge and use of skills



    Meet our speakers


    Dr. Kayla LeLeux-LaBarge, Psy.D
    Equilibria Leadership Consulting
    Business Psychologist and Senior Consultant

    Website: http://www.equilibrialeadership.com       http://www.youngleaderproject.com 

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    Kayla has also been involved in the creation and is the co-creator of the new ed-tech start-up, Young Leader Project and has played a key role in helping to develop its business model, managing project operations, securing funding, and coordinating research to achieve data-driven outcomes and attract investors. 

    She is also a highly skilled executive coach. Her background as a clinical psychologist, trained in cognitive-behavioral models, multicultural, and human dynamics, allows her to quickly initiate deep-rooted behavioral changes within individuals and organizations, that last! Kayla has been successful working with individuals and teams at all professional levels and across industry in helping to bolster leadership skills, ability to effectively manage, and building positive workplace cultures. She also has a strong research and assessment background, with peer-reviewed articles and publications in the fields of resilience, positive psychology, clinical outcomes, and stress-related challenges. 

    Kayla is also a charismatic speaker and group facilitator. She has delivered seminars on topics including professional authenticity, creating employee-centered environments that thrive, ways to bring humanity into data-driven industries, managing workplace stress, and building core leadership skills. She has a strong program development background and has been praised by executives for her ability to intuitively identify areas of development and adapt creative individualized solutions and strategies to fit the needs of the team and organization.

    Alyson Goldstein, M.Ed, MA, is an executive coach at Equilibria Leadership Consulting. She is currently completing her doctoral rotation, and is expected to graduate in May with a doctorate in clinical psychology (PsyD) and an MBA from Widener University.

    People performance is the foundation of her training and work experience as a clinical psychologist, executive coach and consultant, and educator. She has experience with effectively motivating, facilitating, and empowering sustainable change in individuals and groups. She has the tools and experience to conduct thorough evaluations and assessments of individual potential and team dynamics. She values data-driven interventions that generate informed, streamlined, and effective facilitation of developmental change, training interventions, and leadership development.


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    • March 02, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • NYU Kimmel Center Eisner and Lubin Auditorium. 238 Thompson Street between West 3rd Street & Washington Square South
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    Join us on March 2nd, 2020 for the Second Annual ICF NYC and NYU Human Capital Management Organizational Coaching Event hosted at NYU's Kimmel Center. This year's theme is How Coaching Supports Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations. 

    When:  March 2, 2020, 6:00 PM - 8:30PM 

    Location:  NYU Kimmel Center Eisner and Lubin Auditorium. 238 Thompson Street between West 3rd Street & Washington Square South

    Speakers:  Moderator: Dr. Anna Tavis, Panelists: Dr. Michael Valentine, Ana Polanco, JD, PCC, Joung-ah Ghedini-Williams

    Format:  Live

    CCEUs: 1.5 Core, 1 RD

    Who is this event for: Coaches, HR and Talent Professionals, D&I Professionals, Senior Leaders

    The event 

    Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) initiatives are an estimated $8 billion dollar industry in the US alone today. Yet only a few organizations achieve meaningful results in attracting and developing a diverse pool of leaders and building a culture of true inclusivity. 

    This event brings together thought and practice leaders to share insights on how coaching can and does support D&I function and help create social and business impact in organizations locally and worldwide. 

    Meet our speakers

    Information will be added as speakers are confirmed.

    Moderator

    Dr. Anna Tavis is Clinical Associate Professor and Academic Director of Human Capital Management Department at New York University. Senior Fellow with the Conference Board, and the Academic in Residence with Executive Networks. She is also Senior Editor ofPeople+Strategy Journal a publication of HRPS, SHRM’s Executive network.

    She publishes regularly in the HR media and has been quoted by the Washington PostBloombergThe Human Resources Executive. Dr. Tavis’ Harvard Business Review articles HR Goes  Agile ( 2018) and  The Performance Management Revolution (2016) were reprinted in HBR Must Reads 2018. The Definitive Management Ideas of the Year. The two volumes of edited essays  Point/Counterpoint: The New Perspectives on People and Strategy (SHRM 2013 and 2017) were approved for HR professional certification credit.

    Prior to joining NYU faculty, Dr. Tavis navigated a diverse global career in business and consulting.

    In business, Dr. Tavis was Head of Motorola’s EMEA OD function based in London, Nokia’s Global Head of Talent Management based in Helsinki, Chief Learning Officer with United Technologies Corp based in Hartford, CT and Global Head of Talent and Organizational Development with AIG Investments based in NYC.

    Dr. Tavis got her Doctorate at Princeton University and Executive MBA from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Tavis speaks English, Russian, German, Spanish and is an avid Astanga yoga practitioner.

    Panelists

    Dr. Michael Valentine

    New York University
    Clinical Assistant Professor, Human Capital Programs

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    Mike Valentine has an extensive career as a business consultant, executive coach and Human Resource thought leader, with over 30 years of experience in a wide range of sectors.

    Michael was a part of The New York Times leadership team (2008-2012) as Vice President of Human Resources and held leadership positions at Publishers Circulation Fulfillment, as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Cutler Hammer International Division, Allied Signal (Honeywell), RJR Nabisco, Pepsi Co and Johnson & Johnson. He currently is a Managing Partner at Truedge consulting and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Human Capital Programs at New York University.

    Michael holds coaching certifications from the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbra and Case Western Reserve University. He received a Juris Doctor (JD) from Temple University School of Law holds a BA in Political Science from The Citadel the Military College of South Carolina where he also received his commission as a US Naval Officer. In 2016 Michael earned his PhD in Leadership and Change from Antioch University, where his research focused on behavior change in complex organizations. He has published and is actively researching the influence of organizational context on coaching outcomes.

    Mike is married, has two sons, and spends his private time hiking with his rescue dogs Lola and Goliath and training for his next marathon.


    Ana Polanco, JD, PCC

    Polanco Consulting
    Founder  

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    Ana Polanco is a founder, internationally certified professional coach and culture change strategist working with individuals and groups to strengthen and advance purpose driven missions. 

    With twenty years of experience, Ana supports leaders to reimagine how their ideas can have greater social impact and advance innovation. Using a wide range of inclusive team development and emergent strategy skills, campaign and facilitation approaches and coaching techniques, Ana guides leaders to develop and activate values driven approaches to the change they want to create. 

    Her recent article, Emergent Coaching: Becoming Nimble in Complex Times, reflects the depth of work, Ana is doing to support the emergence of new coaching methods in the workplace that are inclusive and responsive to a quickly changing landscape. As a Leadership That Works faculty member, Ana works with new coaches to clarify how coaching methods can align to their own skills to explore transformation in their workplaces.

    Ana has been recognized by several organizations for her leadership on equity issues and public service. Before starting Polanco Consulting, Ana had the privilege of leading and managing local national and international campaigns to elevate civil and human rights facing workers and their families. 

    Ana Polanco has a Bachelor's degree from American University in Washington, DC and a Juris Doctor from the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison.  She is an alumna of Leadership That Works, The Social Transformation Project, Rockwood Leadership Institute and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. 


    Joung-ah Ghedini-Williams

    UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency   
    Head, Global Communications Desk

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    Joung-ah has been working in the refugee field for 24 years. She began her career during the Bosnian war in 1994 with the American NGO Refugees International. She joined UNHCR in 1997 where she was appointed Spokesperson for the Rwandan Refugee Crisis, then the Kosovo Emergency, and Senior Regional Spokesperson based in Washington, DC. Joung-ah was also UNHCR’s Coordinator for Reintegration in Eritrea from. She also co-created and launched UNHCR’s Global Campaign to End Statelessness and led communications for the Europe Bureau during the 2015 Europe refugee crisis. Most recently, she led UNHCR’s global emergency private sector fundraising campaigns, which raised over US$150 million over three years. Since July 2018, she has been in New York, leading UNHCR’s new Global Communications Hub, with the aim of building support and solidarity for the global refugee cause.

    Joung-ah speaks English, French, Italian, Korean and Spanish has been published and featured widely in the media. She has guest lectured at the Oxford Refugee Studies Centre, Princeton and Yale Universities, and regularly represents UNHCR at public events. She is a certified yoga instructor, avid scuba diver, lover of good books and coffee and lives in Brooklyn with her husband, two kids and fuzzy labradoodle.


     

    Early Bird

    (ends Feb 3)

    Regular

    (ends 9PM Mar 1)

    Walk-in

    (subject to availability)

    ICF Member

    $45

    $55

    $75

    NYU Community

    $45

    $55

    $75

    Guest

    $55

    $65

    $85

    Student*

    $25

    $25

    $45

    *A limited number of student tickets are available, so register early for discounted pricing

    Security and Event Check In

    Entrance to the NYU Kimmel Center is at 60 Washington Sq S. 

    Upon entering the lobby, you will find an event table.  Representatives will direct you through security and to Eisner and Lubin Auditorium.  Event check-in tables will be outside the auditorium entrance.  

    Please bring a government issued photo ID for security.


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    • April 22, 2020
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • West End
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    As professional coaches, we naturally enjoy interactions and are curious about people. Yet, oftentimes, we become isolated in our own bubble in building our businesses. In the intimate living room setting in UWS, sip your coffee, enjoy the view of the river, and meet new and old ICF NYC friends. 

    Please come join Mike Mellen for a morning of meaningful dialogue and connections. We’ll discuss aspirations for our coaching businesses, what you need help with, and how we can help each other. Every coach walks away learning something new in this intimate space. The exact meeting address will be emailed after you register.

    Facilitated by Michael Mellen

    Member registration is complimentary. Member only event.

     

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Past events

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 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
July 17, 2019 Brooklyn 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 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe
June 19, 2019 Brooklyn 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!
May 03, 2019 Manhattan Day CoachCafe!
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
April 09, 2019 Rescheduled: Coaching Women Leaders to Succeed in Business
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
March 04, 2019 IMPORTANT- March 4th Event Canceled: Coaching Women Leaders to Succeed in Business
February 26, 2019 WEBINAR ETHICS: Using Direct Communication Without Being Directive
February 20, 2019 AC USA East Coast - Being a Professional Coach: more than just competencies
February 16, 2019 Queens CoachCafe!
February 13, 2019 FROM CHAOS TO CALM :: LEADING CHANGE FROM THE INSIDE OUT
February 05, 2019 Improving Your Relational Presence in Coaching
January 30, 2019 White Plains CoachCafe!
January 25, 2019 LinkedIn for Your Coaching Practice: Build Brand Visibility, Get More Clients
January 16, 2019 It’s All About You… Find Out What’s Happening In 2019!!!
January 10, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
January 09, 2019 NYC Chapter Connection Chat: For new members and anyone else who wants to learn about the ICF NYC Chapter
December 19, 2018 White Plains CoachCafe! December 2018
December 06, 2018 Manhattan Morning CoachCafe! December 6th, 10:30am-12:00pm
December 04, 2018 December 4 Manhattan Evening CoachCafe!
December 04, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence, Webinar: Coaching Supervision – what is it really all about?
November 28, 2018 2018 EAT, DRINK & BE MERRY With the ICF NYC Chapter
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

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