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Free Zoom Member Series – Coaching Demo/Debrief

 

Date: June 30, 2022
Time: 4:30 – 6:00pm (New Mexico / Mountain Time)

Location
: Virtual Program via Zoom

Cost: Free to ICF New Mexico members

Lisa Brewer and /or Sandra Engel will facilitate. Our own Croft Edwards, MCC, will be coaching one of our own, Adriana Garay, for a short session and then we can debrief the techniques used, and share ideas around strategies and techniques that members use and don’t use in their own sessions!

 

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Questions? Need Assistance with Events?
please contact Kelly Johnson at Info@ICFNewMexico.org

 

More Clients Less Marketing

Free Zoom Member Series – How to Get Clients and How to Convert Prospects into Clients

 

Date: June 8, 2022
Time: 4:30 – 6:00pm (New Mexico / Mountain Time)

Location
: Virtual Program via Zoom

Cost: Free to ICF New Mexico members

An open discussion of How to Get Clients and How to Convert Prospects into Clients with Tips and Tricks around Technology (social media, marketing, etc).

Lisa Brewer and/or Sandra Engel will facilitate exploration around this topic, sharing members’ successes and suggestions in this area.

Bring your ideas!

 

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2022 Summer Social – Albuquerque

 

Date: June 24, 2022
Time: 5:00 – 7:00pm (New Mexico / Mountain Time)

Location
: 66 Acres
2400 12th St NW, Albuquerque
(across the street from the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center – free parking all around restaurant)

Cost: Free

Light appetizers will be provided and cash bar

Masks Optional 

 

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2022 Summer Social – Santa Fe

 

Date: June 17, 2022
Time: 5:00 – 7:00pm (New Mexico / Mountain Time)

Location
: Il Vicino
321 W. San Francisco St, Santa Fe

Cost: Free

Light appetizers will be provided and cash bar

Masks Optional 

 

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Team Coaching Studio with ICF Arizona

ICF ARIZONA WITH MORAND MCKAY AND TEAM COACHING STUDIO PRESENT:
Certificate in Team Coaching

Presented by Mary Morand & John McKay
Leadership and Team Coaches
Team Coaching Studio North American Faculty

Wednesday, May 18: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday, May 19: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday, May 20: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

LUNCH IS INCLUDED ALL 3 DAYS

Glendale Civic Center, 5750 W Glenn Drive, Glendale AZ 85301

Early Bird Rate: $1,850
April 30, 2022: Price increases to $1,950

CCEUs: 30 Total
Core Competency: 24
Resource Development: 6

Download Flyer Here

During this experience, TCS North American Faculty, Mary Morand and John McKay, will come alongside you on your team coaching journey. Mary and John are ICF PCC coaches, graduates of the Team Coaching Diploma, and former corporate executive leaders.

We are offering a Scholarship for those who are unable to meet the registration price. Please submit the Scholarship application form below no later than April 29 for consideration.

Team Coaching Studio Certificate Scholarship Application.docx

Please send your completed application to Mary at mary@morandmckay.com

What Can You Expect?

  • Clarity about how team coaching differs from coaching individuals.
  • An understanding of the unique challenges facing team coaches.
  • Learning about team effectiveness, the conditions that support it, and how it can be measured.
  • Build on your existing coaching competencies with a foundation in contemporary team coaching concepts, including the recently published ICF Team Coaching Competencies.
  • An understanding of team coaching readiness and how to prepare a team for coaching.
  • Putting theory into practice through a highly experiential approach.
  • Confidence to immediately start team coaching in your practice or organization.
  • A path to progress on your own team coaching development journey.
  • Lots of Team Coaching practice!

In the event we do not receive the minimum number of registrations required for this program and we need to cancel, individuals registered will receive a 100% refund. We thank you for your understanding.

Presenter’s Bios

Mary Morand, Leadership and Team Coach
Mary’s coaching creates awareness of the learning edges that enable clients to shift and lean into new ways of being, doing, and achieving results.

Mary believes that change occurs when individual, team, and stakeholders align expectations and co-create the right conditions for success. The leaders develop more quickly, teams get better, and outsized results follow.

With more than three decades of corporate leadership experience, Mary understands the challenges of building high performing teams and navigating organizational change while delivering results. She has held multiple Vice President and Senior Vice President leadership roles including Director of Leadership Development and Talent Management, Chief Learning Officer, and Director of Marketing.

Mary serves on philanthropic boards to improve financial and health outcomes for families struggling in the systemic poverty of communities.

Accreditations

  • Professional Certified Coach (PCC), International Coach Federation (ICF)
  • Hudson Institute of Coaching, Certified Executive Coach
  • Systemic Team Coaching Diploma (in process), The Academy of Executive Coaching
  • Team Coaching Supervision Certificate, The Academy of Executive Coaching
  • Team Coaching Diploma, Team Coaching Studio, UK
  • Narrative Coach Practitioner
  • Team Diagnostic Survey, Advanced Practitioner
  • 6 Team Conditions Agile Practitioner
  • Kanban University Certification
  • EQ-i, MBTI, DiSC, HOGAN, MRG: LEA 360, IDI, Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team

Affiliations

  • Faculty Member, Team Coaching Studio, UK
  • Moderator, Harvard Business Publishing
  • Coaching Supervision: Peter Hawkins and Georgina Woudstra

Website: https://morandmckay.com/

John McKay, Leadership and Team CoachJohn’s coaching draws on deep experience partnering with executives and emerging leaders and their teams. He engages clients authentically in an open, direct, and collaborative style.

John holds a mirror for his clients to see their situations clearly. It is only through assessing this “reality on the ground” that his clients can choose the actions that most assuredly will move them forward. John’s 45+ years of business experience include sales and general management in the global energy industry. He spent 36 years in executive search tapping into his clients’ corporate cultures and team dynamics to identify and bring high level talent to senior leadership teams and boards of directors.

As co-owner, John built a 20-person boutique executive search firm that was acquired by a leading global search firm. Here, John became the Global Leader of the Energy Practice and a core member in the CEO and Boards of Directors practice.

Accreditations

  • Professional Certified Coach (PCC), International Coach Federation (ICF)
  • Hudson Institute of Coaching, Certified Executive Coach
  • Systemic Team Coaching Certificate, The Academy of Executive Coaching
  • Team Coaching Supervision Certificate, The Academy of Executive Coaching
  • Team Coaching Diploma, Team Coaching Studio, UK
  • Narrative Coach Practitioner
  • Neuroscience of Change Certificate, Coaches Rising

Affiliations

  • Faculty Member, Team Coaching Studio, UK
  • Coaching Supervision: Peter Hawkins and Georgina Woudstra

Website: https://morandmckay.com/

Coaching for Self Leadership I Fundamentals of IFS (Internal Family Systems) Model

 

Date: June 22, 2022
Time: 12:30pm – 2:00pm (New Mexico / Mountain Time)
11:30am – 1:00pm (Arizona / Pacific Time)
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

Cost: $10 ICFNM Members & Associates / $25 Non-Members

CCEUs: 1 in Core Competencies and 0.5 in Resource Development

 

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It will have the Zoom Access on it.

This workshop will provide an overview of the key principles of the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model and how they can be incorporated into your coaching practice. IFS is a very honoring, nonviolent model that supports the engagement of a client’s whole system rather than aligning with only the parts of the client that are ready for and embrace change.

Audience will take away:

  • Understanding of how a whole system approach to coaching can lead to greater effectiveness.
  • Learn strategies for working with highly resistant, skeptical or fearful parts of the client.
  • Develop one’s own Self energy to enhance your coaching presence.

About Brian Jaudon
Brian Jaudon is a master coach who works primarily in the business arena with senior management teams. He draws on nearly 20 years of experience with the Internal Family Systems model and has co-taught multiple courses in partnership with the IFS Institute. He is currently preparing to launch his own coaching institute later this year drawing on his innovative coaching methodology based on 25 years of experience in the industry. Website: www.brianjaudon.com / Email: brian@brianjaudon.com

 

 

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The Importance of Authenticity and Engagement in Social Media

 

Date: May 25, 2022
Time: 12:30pm – 2:00pm (New Mexico / Mountain Time)
11:30am – 1:00pm (Arizona / Pacific Time)
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

Cost: $10 ICFNM Members & Associates / $25 Non-Members

CCEUs: 0.25 in Core Competencies and 1.25 in Resource Development

 

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Social media has changed – long gone are the days of perfectly curated content and accounts. It’s about connecting with your audience in meaningful and genuine ways, instigating and deepening relationships, and being of service.  In this workshop, you’ll learn how to connect with your target audience in authentic ways and how to engage them to create dialogues that can lead to potential working partnerships.

OBJECTIVES: Prosperity and business building
1) learn to engage with your audience in authentic ways
2) how to create content with heart
3) build your online confidence

About Paul Silva
Paul Silva is a spiritual business coach, helping lightworkers, energy workers, coaches, and other healers build and grow their businesses, through mentorship, consultation, and coaching. He also works with individuals who are looking to open up the spiritual space in their life so that they can make stronger, more aligned decisions that make sense in their lives. Paul works with his clients’ energy and mindset to help them create the life and/or business they can breathe and sink into. For more information, please visit https://www.paulsilvacoaching.com

 

 

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Start with Self: Critical Role of Culture in Coaching

 

Date: April 27, 2022
Time: 12:30pm – 2:00 pm (New Mexico / Mountain Time)
11:30am – 1:00 pm (Arizona / Pacific Time)
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

Cost: $10 ICFNM Members & Associates / $25 Non-Members

CCEUs: 1 in Core Competencies and 0.5 in Resource Development

 

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Having just finished his coaching workshop sessions for ACC credentialing, Nagesh was eager, in his first coaching session, to contract with his client, a 30-year-old Latina executive in a large US software company.

Nagesh: “What would you like to explore in today’s session?”
Client: (after several seconds) “I am tired of being an impostor.”
Nagesh: “What aspect of being an impostor would you like to talk about today?”
Client: (silent for even longer than the first time) “I cannot ever be myself at work. ”
Nagesh: “To clarify, you want to explore how tiring it is not to be yourself at work?”
Client: “Yes.”
Nagesh: “Why is this topic important to you?”
Client: Silent for a long time, looking down dejectedly …

The client never came back for a second session. Following the ICF guidelines on direct communication, I asked the client twice and even clarified the specific topic she wished to explore in the coaching session. What had I done wrong? If I had been more culturally self-aware, I would have realized that the question, “Why is this important to you?” was devoid of empathy. A 2016 Harvard Business Review article noted that 76% of Latinos in the US corporate culture repressed their personas at work. To quote, “You’re always moderating yourself,” agrees a Latina executive, who feels Latinas “are always tagged with the emotional thing. They’re always told, ‘Calm down. You’ve got to be more cool. Be careful with your voice, be careful with your hands.'” Another executive noted that she felt like a pretzel constantly bending out of shape to adapt to the US corporate culture.

Culture matters. Culture is learned and shared attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors among a group of interacting people (Bennett, 1993). We can belong to multiple cultures based on our nationality, ethnicity, gender, class, sexual orientation, thought patterns, or how we manage conflict. As language is the way we learn and share our cultural beliefs, it becomes a cornerstone in effective coaching.

Instead of “Why is this important to you?” what if I had said, “Feeling like an impostor must be exhausting,” opening the door for the client to share her story in detail.

In the U.S. today, there is an increased appreciation of diversity, equity and inclusion in both profit and nonprofit organizations. A recent LinkedIn search showed 2000+ Chief Diversity Officer jobs. It is unclear, however, if professional coaches adapt their content and communication styles to be client centered.

In this session, we will investigate the role of culture in coaching, how we first have a deep understanding of our own cultural values and biases to effectively coach clients from diverse backgrounds and learn a few skills to be a culturally adaptive coach.

About Nagesh Rao
In three decades of consulting and training in United States, India, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Argentina, and Norway, Nagesh’s work uses intercultural competence, cultural humility and intercultural listening to develop leaders in health, education and business. Nagesh’s clients include Fortune 500 corporations, Johns Hopkins Medical School, University of Groningen, Manipal Hospitals and other top corporates, educational institutes and community-based non-profit organizations.

 

 

 

 

 

About Saumya Pant
Saumya is a global expert in strategically integrating entertainment-education programs with community-based group listening and locally available health care services. She has also worked on mobile marketing and the emergence of Generation Y and Z in India. She has worked on several projects funded by several international agencies, including Population Communication International and UNAIDS.

 

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Questions? Need Assistance with Events?
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Coaches Case Study

Heighten your awareness of coaching choices through a reflective and insightful review of a real coaching case while expanding your network of supportive colleagues.

This program is an in-depth group exploration of the underlying themes and dynamics of a coaching client case presented by one of the participants.

We will:

  • Get in touch with processes related to the given client or topic.
  • Identify and work with the dynamics in the relational field between coach and client.
  • Gain clarity about the patterns that support as well as hinder the coaching work.

In our journey through the process, the community will:

  • Share experiences and knowledge of coaching to support the person bringing the case and expand the learning of the group.
  • Deepen inquiry skills.
  • Learn by the reflections observed.
  • Strengthen networks and enrich practices by sharing stories, and valuing and appreciating each other’s work.

Date: December 8, 2022
Time: 4:00 – 6:00 MT
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom
Speakers: Jillian Gonzales and Grace Solis

Cost: $30 ICFNM Members & Associates / $40 Non-Members

CCEUs: 2 in Core Competencies

 

 

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS

Jillian J. Gonzales, MA is a seasoned organization development professional with a focus on change and transformation. She is highly skilled in coaching, facilitation, intervention, and training. She has held positions as an internal and external consultant and in management. Currently, Jillian is the Manager of Workforce Education and Development at Tricore Reference Laboratories. She is a native New Mexican who spent 12 years in the Northeast before returning to her home town of Placitas, with her husband Brian, where they are being raised by two teenagers and three fur babies.

Grace Solis is the Director of Organizational Development at Keystone International. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Organizational Development and Human Resource Management. Grace manages Keystone’s organizational development consulting projects as well as the human resources department. She has experience managing complex projects that incorporate multiple consultants.

Grace is a certified Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Investigator and has specific training in the area of mediation. Grace has her Gestalt Professional Certified Coach (GPCC) certification and has earned her Associate Certified Coach (ACC) certification via the International Coach Federation. Grace served as the 2019 President for the ICF New Mexico chapter. She is the recipient of the New Mexico Business Weekly 40 Under Forty award and a graduate of the Next Step Leader Mentoring Program. Grace is a swim mom, youth volunteer, and enjoys reading and writing in her spare time.

Coaches Case Study

Heighten your awareness of coaching choices through a reflective and insightful review of a real coaching case while expanding your network of supportive colleagues.

This program is an in-depth group exploration of the underlying themes and dynamics of a coaching client case presented by one of the participants.

We will:

  • Get in touch with processes related to the given client or topic.
  • Identify and work with the dynamics in the relational field between coach and client.
  • Gain clarity about the patterns that support as well as hinder the coaching work.

In our journey through the process, the community will:

  • Share experiences and knowledge of coaching to support the person bringing the case and expand the learning of the group.
  • Deepen inquiry skills.
  • Learn by the reflections observed.
  • Strengthen networks and enrich practices by sharing stories, and valuing and appreciating each other’s work.

Date: September 8, 2022
Time: 4:00 – 6:00 MT
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom
Speakers: John Ledwith and Grace Solis

Cost: $30 ICFNM Members & Associates / $40 Non-Members

CCEUs: 2 in Core Competencies

 

 

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS

John Ledwith is an Executive Coach and Consultant with over 35 years’ experience coaching senior executives. He has a passion for working with bright leaders who are making a significant difference in their organizations.

John has served as adjunct faculty in both Pepperdine University’s Masters Program in Organization Development (MSOD), as well as at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. He is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), holds a Masters of Science Degree in Organization Development from Pepperdine University and has studied extensively at both Gestalt Institute of Cleveland and the Gestalt International Study Center in Cape Cod.

John has previously brought numerous programs similar to the Coaches Case Study to both ICF of NM and the Pepperdine MSOD Alumni Community, as a way to increase awareness, professionalism and community.

Grace Solis is the Director of Organizational Development at Keystone International. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Organizational Development and Human Resource Management. Grace manages Keystone’s organizational development consulting projects as well as the human resources department. She has experience managing complex projects that incorporate multiple consultants.

Grace is a certified Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Investigator and has specific training in the area of mediation. Grace has her Gestalt Professional Certified Coach (GPCC) certification and has earned her Associate Certified Coach (ACC) certification via the International Coach Federation. Grace served as the 2019 President for the ICF New Mexico chapter. She is the recipient of the New Mexico Business Weekly 40 Under Forty award and a graduate of the Next Step Leader Mentoring Program. Grace is a swim mom, youth volunteer, and enjoys reading and writing in her spare time.