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Upcoming events

    • May 27, 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • VIRTUAL
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    We asked what coaches and therapists are seeing in their clients and themselves as we all struggle through stay-at-home orders.  We’ve noted upticks in anxiety, loss, grief, loneliness, relationship challenges, struggles to set boundaries and routines, having to find new ways to connect and more. At the same time, the story is not all doom and gloom, and some surprising positives may be emerging. 

    In such a tumultuous time with no precedent roadmap and continually evolving guidance, what’s “normal,” what warrants a referral to mental health professionals, and how can we best support our clients?  For this event, ICF NYC is bringing in two expert therapists to share what they are seeing in their patients, how they are addressing anxiety and trauma, relationships, and what coaches may consider to collaborate with therapists in support of their clients. 

    Summary Details

    When: May 27, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:00PM

    Speakers: Elizabeth Cohen, PhD and Kerrie Mohr, LCSW

    Format:  Virtual

    CCEUs:1 CC

    Who is this event for: All Coaches

    The Event

    As coaches, being attuned to the role of psychotherapy and when to refer a client to mental health professionals is critical to meeting our industry’s ethical guidelines and professional standards.  This is especially important now, as the world finds itself in an unprecedented time of public health crisis and economic uncertainty, and issues may be surfacing in our work in ways not typical, but which warrant other professional support. 

    Through dialogue and case study exploration, Dr. Elizabeth Cohen and Kerrie Mohr, LCSW will reflect on common themes currently emerging in their practices as their patients navigate health concerns, safety, new living requirements, and massive uncertainty around reopening and what the future portends. In particular, they will focus on issues concerning relationships, trauma and anxiety, grief, and boundary setting.  

    Learning objectives:

    • To better understand how therapists support their patients’ mental health
    • To explore how coaches can collaborate with therapists to support their clients’ growth
    • Particularly related to Covid-19, 
    • To identify common mental health themes presenting during Covid-19 
    • To understand how mental health practitioners are supporting their clients
    • To have a clearer understanding of what may be “normal” in a time when everything is different, and everyone is learning new routines, versus what red flags to look for to refer  

    What types of issues or surprising positives are presenting that we will hear more about? 

    Different people are responding differently in the time of COVD-19, reflecting each individual’s specific circumstances -- work situation, living environment, family responsibilities, financial strength, and other factors.  These conditions shape our day-to-day lives, but are now presenting as new demands and affecting us in new ways that we are all adjusting to as shelter-in-place and New York on Pause directives alter what was our previous normal. 

    Challenges:

    • Some people are struggling greatly, some are cycling through different emotional peaks and valleys by the week, day or hour, and some may find themselves thriving in some unexpected ways. 
    • Some people report feeling numb, some people are having difficulty settling and finding routines, while other people are feeling trapped.  
    • Insomnia or bad dreams may be presenting.  
    • Requirements for social distancing and shelter-in-place may be exacerbating existing dynamics within families and friend groups.  
    • For singles, shelter-in-place alone is introducing loneliness, longing and connection issues.  
    • For couples, and families, new routines, new requirements, new ways to spend time together and to connect with others, and new boundaries may be needed.  
    • For those with anxiety or OCD, increased numbers of triggers may be confronted. And, for everyone, grief and recognizing loss on myriad levels is coming up. That said, not everyone is in the same situation, and struggling to the same extent.  “Comparative grief,” when we engage in comparative suffering and not give ourselves opportunity to grieve or feel anxious because someone else is worse off, may be another experience. 

    Possibilities:

    • New ways to connect
    • Attenuated stressors

    What might be expected as New York begins to re-open? 

    • Potential new challenges clients may be facing 
    • Strategies to support adaptation to modified shelter-in-place rules

     

    Meet our speakers

     Elizabeth Cohen, PhD
    Dr. Elizabeth Cohen and Associates
    CEO and Clinical Director

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    Dr. Cohen is the CEO and founder of the online divorce course and membership Afterglow: The Light at the Other Side of Divorce. This 14 week course teaches women how to heal, grow and thrive after divorce no matter how difficult the process has been. Dr. Cohen offers a monthly membership program to provide 1:1 coaching, expert support from divorce professionals and an engaged community of like-minded people. 

    Dr. Cohen is also the CEO and Director of Dr. Elizabeth Cohen and Associates, a group private practice in the heart of New York City serving children, adolescents and adults. Dr. Elizabeth Cohen and Associates specializes in providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with a holistic approach. The practice is dedicated to teaching, witnessing and encouraging clients to meet the goals that are collaboratively created. 

    Dr. Cohen received her PhD in clinical psychology from Boston University. As part of her graduate training, she treated clients at the world-renowned Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders in Boston, MA. 

    Dr. Cohen was the recipient of the prestigious American Psychological Foundation Research Award for her doctoral research. Following her time at BU, Dr. Cohen completed her pre-doctoral internship at Bellevue Hospital Center and the New York University Child Study Center.  After completing her training, she was asked to become the Director of the CBT program at Bellevue’s Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic.

    She has been featured on the Tamron Hall Show, the Wall Street Journal,  NBC News, Women’s Health, Huff Post, Thrive Global, Daily Beast and Good Housekeeping. Dr. Cohen is a weekly contributor to Psychology Today with her “Divorce Course” column. 

     Kerrie Mohr, LCWS
    A Good Place Therapy
    Founder, Owner, Therapist

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    Twitter 
    Facebook 
    Instagram 

    Kerrie is the founder and owner of A Good Place Therapy in Manhattan, a compassionate and results oriented group psychotherapy practice.  Prior to founding A Good Place, Kerrie, a licensed clinical social worker, spent her career in various nonprofit leadership roles between New York and San Francisco. Her mission has focused on creating empowerment opportunities through targeted individual and community interventions. In her free time, Kerrie enjoys volunteering as the NYC chapter leader for Sidewalk Talk, a nonprofit organization that focuses on healing a disconnected world through the art of listening. Kerrie also enjoys culture-focused travel with her husband Russ, bike rides around her beloved NYC, and checking out the dog park scene with her dog-child, Reina.  Kerrie has an MSW from Columbia School of Social Work and a certificate in nonprofit leadership from Columbia Business School. Kerrie is licensed (LCSW) in both California and NY.

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    • June 03, 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • VIRTUAL
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    Join ICF NYC and New York City SHRM to dive into what it takes to build a thriving coaching culture in organizations.  The event will bring together coaching, talent and human resource professionals to look at key implementation factors along the program development spectrum.  

    Whether an organization is just starting out, scaling at peer and team levels, or integrating coaching into their DNA and standard business practices, the event will explore what’s needed for success. 

     

    Summary Details

    When: June 3, 2020, 7:00 PM - 9:00PM

    Speakers: 

    Keynote: Renée Robertson, PCC, VP, Coaching in Organizations, ICF
    ModeratorDr. Terrence Maltbia, Associate Professor of Practice, Faculty Director, Columbia Coaching Certification Program (3CP), Teachers College | Columbia University, 
    PanelistBrian Underhill, Ph.D., PCC, Founder & CEO, CoachSource, LLC
    Panelist: Stephanie Licata,  M.A., ACC,  VP, Executive Coaching Practice at Purpose & Performance Group | OD Consultant | Executive & Career Coach
    Panelist:  Debra Hamilton, SVP/Chief Learning & Development Officer, Fulton Financial Corporation
    Panelist: Jennifer Paylor, Leadership and Management Development, People Engineer, IBM Corporation


    Format:  Virtual

    CCEUs1 CC, 1 RD for ICF members

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

    The Event

    In dialogue, speakers will share different examples and perspectives on how to build a strong coaching culture, reflecting their individual viewpoints -- internal, external, coaches, HR professionals -- and experience working with a variety of different organizations. Attendees will be invited to submit questions in advance and have opportunities to ask questions and engage during the virtual event. 

    Objective:

    To understand the needs, impact and strategic context of building coaching cultures in organizations -- a how to for those looking to start or expand coaching programs, or to be employed as a coach in an organization

    Key findings and trends captured in the latest ICF study: Building Strong Coaching Culture for the Future will set the stage for the evening’s discussion that will delve into following considerations:

    • What is the strategic context for each stage of coaching and what factors do organizations consider when designing programs, e.g., key drivers, budget, governance, access?
    • What are the key programmatic components at each stage or scale, e.g., who is coached, what modalities (internal, external, group/team, managerial and other), prioritization, participation, etc?
    • How does coaching integrate into an organization?
    • How are programs being measured and monitored to demonstrate impact, to refine and continuously improve, and to justify return on investment when compared to or in combination with other talent investment opportunities?  What does success look like?
    • How are coaches hired and sourced, and what qualifications or profile do the strongest candidates bring?

    Event Agenda

    7:00 to 7:10 PM  |  Welcome and Opening Remarks 
    7:10 to 7:30 PM  |  Keynote Presentation Renée Robertson, PCC, ICF | Key Findings from Latest ICF Study: Building Strong Coaching Culture for the Future
    7:30 to 8:20 PM  |  Moderated Panel Discussion
    8:20 to 8:50 PM  |  Q & A Period Moderator, Panelists, & Virtual Audience
    8:50 to 9:00 PM  |  Closing Remarks and Recognitions

     

    Meet our speakers

    Keynote


    Renée Robertson, PCC, SCP

    International Coaching Federation

    Vice President, ICF Coaching in Organizations

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    Renée on Linkedin

    Robertson is a veteran corporate executive who has led global sales, marketing, human resource, and talent management organizations. As a leader she has relied on her coach training and capabilities to engage organizations to thrive and achieve results. As a human resources and talent management leader, she has served as a trusted advisor and coach to senior leadership. While at Verizon and MCI, she designed innovative coaching programs—both of which were recognized by the International Coaching Federation as winners of the International Prism Award.

    Based on her experiences, Robertson authored The Coaching Solution: How to Drive Talent Development, Organizational Change and Business Results. The book’s purpose is to share best practices and lessons learned on how to utilize and embed coaching in organizations.

    Recently, Robertson joined the International Coaching Federation as the Vice President of ICF Coaching in Organizations, a new business unit dedicated to the advancement of coaching in organizations.

    Robertson holds an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a BA from Drew University; she has also completed studies at the University of London and the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. She is an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SCP).

    Moderator


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    Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia 
    Teachers College, Columbia University
    Associate Professor of Practice 
    Department of Organization and Leadership

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    Since joining TC in 2006, Terry has become internationally recognized as a scholar-practitioner in the areas of strategic learning; executive and organizational coaching; global leadership development; emotional, social, and cultural intelligence. Dr. Maltbia is a 2011 Cutting-Edge Award recipient for work co-authored with R. Ghosh & V. Marsick, Trust & Presence as Executive Coaching Competencies: Reviewing Literature to Inform Practice and Future Research; Academy of Human Resource Development. He won the Malcolm S. Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award for his pioneering diversity practitioner research. Recognized as “#1 Coach in Coach Education" during Marshall Goldsmith's first Thinkers50 Top Global Coaches Event in London | November 2019: https://vimeo.com/376424056

    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 of Organizational Effectiveness Center of Excellence, Director of Corporate Development and Training, Special Assistant to the Executive Vice President, Group Manager of Marketing Personnel Development, Sales Training Manager, Manager of College Relations and Corporate Employment, Sales Manager, and Sales Representative. He also spent two years as a Senior Consultant for Rath & Strong Management Consultants, a process improvement firm based in Boston.

    Panelists

     Brian Underhill, Ph.D., PCC 
    CoachSource, LLC
    Founder & CEO
     

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    Brian on LinkedIn 
    CoachSource on Twitter 
    Brian on Twitter

     

    Brian Underhill, Ph.D., PCC  is the Founder and CEO of CoachSource, the world’s largest executive coaching firm with over 1,100 coaches globally. He is the co-author of Mastering Executive Coaching (Routledge, 2019) and Executive Coaching for Results: The Definitive Guide to Developing Organizational Leaders (Barrett Koehler, 2007). Some of his clients include Dell, Microsoft, Genentech and the State of California. Brian is an internationally sought-after speaker, with past presentations on 6 continents. He holds a Ph.D. in organizational psychology from CSPP/Alliant University. Brian lives in Silicon Valley, California where he is an avid racquetball player, husband, worship leader, and father to two active teenagers. 

     Stephanie Licata, M.A. A.C.C.
    Purpose & Performance Group
    VP, Executive Coaching Practice 

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    LinkedIn
    Twitter
    Facebook

    With nearly two decades of leadership and management experience, Stephanie is a skilled professional coach, adult learning specialist, consultant and speaker. She has trained thousands of leaders and managers in the art and science of coaching as part of large-scale projects to develop coaching cultures within organizations. As a practicing and certified coach, she provides coaching in a variety of settings including executive coaching, team coaching, coach skill training and 1-1 career coaching. Stephanie received her professional coaching certification from New York University, and is also certified at the ACC level with the International Coaching Federation. She holds a BS in counseling and a Masters in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University.

     Debra Hamilton
    Fulton Bank
    Chief Learning & Development Officer

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    LinkedIn

     

    Debra Hamilton’s career spans 25 years in education, HR/talent management, and leadership development. Her expertise is in helping organizations build internal coaching programs aligned with leadership development frameworks. Debra directed the coaching and leadership development program at Fulton which resulted in the company being selected as a gold-level MEECO designation recipient from the MEECO Leadership Institute.  Prior to Fulton Bank, Debra was with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she founded the CHOP Leadership Institute. She also spent 15 years as a leadership development consultant and coach for a global clientele and served as Board President for the Northern New Jersey chapter of The Association for Talent Development (ATD). She recently earned a Comprehensive Evidence-Based Coaching Certificate from Fielding Graduate University.


     Jennifer Paylor
    IBM Corporation
    Executive Leadership and Coaching Leader, People Engineer

    Jennifer Paylor created and operationalized the IBM enterprise coaching strategy and professional coaching business. She continues to drive the coaching culture day-to-day. Jennifer is a People Engineer and the Executive Leadership and Coaching Leader for IBM’s Enterprise Operations & Services responsible for developing IBM senior executives who lead the premier cognitive enterprise. Jennifer leads the award-winning internal IBM Coaching Community of Practice, which has more than 5,500 team members worldwide. 


    Jennifer leverages her professional engineering background and human-centered design approach to create science-based leadership development solutions that changes behaviors and impacts complex business challenges.


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    • June 04, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Bring your lunch, drop-in, and have fun connecting and learning from fellow ICF NYC coaches. Think of our Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe meetings as colleagues enjoying lunch together and getting to know each other without leaving the comfort of your space. If you live out of the city or find yourself having a hard time getting to the in-person events, this is the space to be. This is also a great way to keep in touch in between live events.

    In these meetings, we’ll have a loose structure with openness for interesting dialogues to emerge. We’ll go around the virtual room using the following questions as prompts and see what gets sparked:

    • What are you reading/learning about right now?
    • What is your go-to/non-negotiable self-care practice as a coach?
    • What is your ritual to empower yourself as a coach?
    • What challenges are you having with your clients/building your coaching business/work/life?
    • What is your healthiest and most delicious recipe?
    • How did you stretch yourself out of the comfort zone this month?
    • How did you connect to joy this month?

    Please join as our vision for the Virtual CoachCafe meetings is to hold space for our members to connect through curiosity and meaningful dialogues that support us. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Rei Perovic


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

    • June 10, 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
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    This month, our virtual Town Hall looks at how you may be adapting your coaching practice.  

    As we continue to navigate the unknown, we are committed to providing our ICF Members with tools, tips, ideas, and resources for you, your business, and your clients. Our monthly Town Halls are your opportunity to check in with each other, share strategies, and ask questions that pertain to you as a coach and your coaching clients and to help support your coaching community. 

    This month, the Board is joined by guest facilitator, Pamela Weinberg, one of our professional development committee members, as we explore how each of us may be adapting our coaching practices. Through a mix of large and small-group discussion, we will explore:

    • How have you changed your offerings over the last few months? 

    • What specifically have you ADDED or TAKEN AWAY?

    • Has your pricing changed?

    • Are you continuing to market your services during this time? How and Where? How has your messaging changed (if it has)?

    • Have you or are you considering pivoting your business during this time? What does that look like?

    • How are you advising clients on their potential pivots?

    • Any new skills you have had to acquire to adjust to this "new" normal that might be helpful to others in the group

     

    Guest Facilitator 

    Pamela Weinberg, CCMC 

    Pamela Weinberg Career Coaching

    Website
    LinkedIn
    Instagram: pamelaweinbergcareercoach 

    Pamela is a Career Coach and Personal Branding Strategist who works with a multitude of populations ranging from students and alumni; to professionals, organizations and corporations; to clients in transition. Pamela provides a wide range of services for clients including: personal branding; resume and LinkedIn profile development; networking techniques; interview preparation and job search.

    • June 16, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (EDT)
    • August 11, 2020
    • 9:30 AM (EDT)
    • Virtual Platform
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    Is your ICF ACC credential expiring on 12/31/2020?

    If so, this may be for you!

    To help you to meet the ACC ten Mentor Coaching hours renewal requirement, the ICF NYC Chapter is offering seven Mentor Coaching group hours via Zoom.  The fee for this offering is $150 for the seven hours.

    The registration deadline is June 10th.  The seven hours will run from June 16 – August 11, 2020.  Sessions will begin at 8am. Here are the session dates and times:

    • June 16th- 1 - hour session 8:00-9:00 am
    • June 30th- 90 - minutes session 8-9:30 am
    • July 14th- 90 - minute session - 8-9:30 am
    • July 28th- 90 - minute session 10-11:30 am
    • August 11th- 90 - minute session 8-9:30 am

    Our offer for you:

    • Join an ACC renewal group of 10 or fewer for your first seven hours - a PCC or MCC credentialed coach will lead each of the Core Competency discussions.
    • Suggest ways to engage a Mentor Coach for the three one-on-one hours required.
    • ACC credentialed coaches who have renewed at least once are eligible to be Mentor Coaches for other ACC credentialed coaches.
    • June 18, 2020
    • 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. 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. We’ll hold space for each of us to grow our business as a professional coach and tap into the power of the group by creating a structure to keep each other accountable.

    Midtown 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.

    We normally meet in Midtown at a co-working space, 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: Rei Perovic and Robert Russo

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.
    • July 02, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Bring your lunch, drop-in, and have fun connecting and learning from fellow ICF NYC coaches. Think of our Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe meetings as colleagues enjoying lunch together and getting to know each other without leaving the comfort of your space. If you live out of the city or find yourself having a hard time getting to the in-person events, this is the space to be. This is also a great way to keep in touch in between live events.

    In these meetings, we’ll have a loose structure with openness for interesting dialogues to emerge. We’ll go around the virtual room using the following questions as prompts and see what gets sparked:

    • What are you reading/learning about right now?
    • What is your go-to/non-negotiable self-care practice as a coach?
    • What is your ritual to empower yourself as a coach?
    • What challenges are you having with your clients/building your coaching business/work/life?
    • What is your healthiest and most delicious recipe?
    • How did you stretch yourself out of the comfort zone this month?
    • How did you connect to joy this month?

    Please join as our vision for the Virtual CoachCafe meetings is to hold space for our members to connect through curiosity and meaningful dialogues that support us. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Rei Perovic


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

    • July 16, 2020
    • 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. 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. We’ll hold space for each of us to grow our business as a professional coach and tap into the power of the group by creating a structure to keep each other accountable.

    Midtown 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.

    We normally meet in Midtown at a co-working space, 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: Rei Perovic and Robert Russo

    This is a member-only event and member registration is complimentary.
    • August 06, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register

    Bring your lunch, drop-in, and have fun connecting and learning from fellow ICF NYC coaches. Think of our Virtual Lunchtime CoachCafe meetings as colleagues enjoying lunch together and getting to know each other without leaving the comfort of your space. If you live out of the city or find yourself having a hard time getting to the in-person events, this is the space to be. This is also a great way to keep in touch in between live events.

    In these meetings, we’ll have a loose structure with openness for interesting dialogues to emerge. We’ll go around the virtual room using the following questions as prompts and see what gets sparked:

    • What are you reading/learning about right now?
    • What is your go-to/non-negotiable self-care practice as a coach?
    • What is your ritual to empower yourself as a coach?
    • What challenges are you having with your clients/building your coaching business/work/life?
    • What is your healthiest and most delicious recipe?
    • How did you stretch yourself out of the comfort zone this month?
    • How did you connect to joy this month?

    Please join as our vision for the Virtual CoachCafe meetings is to hold space for our members to connect through curiosity and meaningful dialogues that support us. The Zoom link will be sent via email after you register.

    Facilitated by Rei Perovic


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

    • August 20, 2020
    • 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. 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. We’ll hold space for each of us to grow our business as a professional coach and tap into the power of the group by creating a structure to keep each other accountable.

    Midtown 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.

    We normally meet in Midtown at a co-working space, 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: Rei Perovic and Robert Russo

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

Past events

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!!
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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
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May 14, 2019 Grow Your Coaching Toolkit
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May 01, 2019 Intersections: Uniting the Talent, Mental Health and Coaching Communities
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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
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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
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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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