Archives

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 6, 2023
Time: 4:00 – 6:00pm MT (New Mexico time)
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom
Speakers: Jillian Gonzales and Grace Solis

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

CCEUs: TBD

 

 

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: March 29, 2023
Time: 4:00 – 6:00pm MT (New Mexico time)
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom
Speakers: Jillian Gonzales and Jean Strosinski

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

CCEUs: TBD

 

 

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.

Jean Strosinski, PhD, PCC has been working with emerging leaders and leaders in transition since her practice began in 1998. She continues to support leaders in developing their excellence and provides mentor coaching to her peers.

Jean’s coaching is grounded in a strengths-based model working with organizations and leaders to develop productive teams into high performing and engaged organizational contributors.

Jean’s clients include federal government, supporting contractors, city and professional community efforts, and previous participation in a nationwide Financial Coaching program. Jean consistently provides an opportunity to gain a renewed focus, co-create positive strategies to engage and employ practical solutions.

WHY.os logo

Using the WHY.os as a Business Development Tool


Date:
February 22, 2023
Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm (New Mexico AND Arizona Mountain Time)
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

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

CCEUs:  0.75 in Core Competencies and 0.75 in Resource Development

 

Please retain your confirmation email.

This workshop is designed to give the audience an overview of; the 9 WHY’s that drive people to do what they do, the way the 9 WHY’s work to create a person’s WHY operating system, consisting of their WHY, their HOW, and their WHAT, and how knowing your own persona WHY operating system and the WHY operating system of your clients can lead to a better coach – client relationship.

Everyone who attends the workshop will receive a complementary WHY Discovery as part of the workshop.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn your WHY – Which of the 9 WHY’s is the one that drives you to do what you do?
  • Learn what a WHY operating system is.
  • Learn how the 9 WHY’s work as WHY, as a HOW, and as a WHAT in the WHY operating system.
  • Learn how you can use the WHY.os to communicate your unique gifts.
  • Learn how you can use the WHY.os to help your clients communicate their unique gifts.

daniel dominguezAbout Dan Dominguez

Dan Dominguez is the Chief Growth Officer at WHY Institute. In this role he is charged with finding the right coaches to join our growing organization, mentoring those new coaches, and building the WHY Community. During his time at WHY Institute, Dan has conducted more WHY Discoveries than anyone else outside of our founder, Gary Sanchez.

His WHY is to Contribute to a greater cause. What that means is that he believes in making a difference in the lives of others. He relishes success that leads to the greater good and he seeks to add value in everything that he does. HOW he Contributes is by Challenging the Status Quo and thinking differently. He looks outside the box or conventional way of doing things to find solutions that are different and unique. He has an uncanny ability to see things that the rest of us don’t notice and bring answers or solutions that push the envelope and looks at things from a fresh perspective, helping others see things differently. Ultimately, WHAT you can count on from Dan is his ability to make sense of the complex and challenging to help others move forward faster.

Website: www.whyinstitute.com
Email: dan@whyinstitute.com

 

Please retain your confirmation email.
It will have the Zoom Access on it.

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

 

The 4 Key Leadership Principles from Eastern Wisdom

The 4 Key Leadership Principles from the Eastern Wisdom


Date:
March 22, 2023
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

 

Please retain your confirmation email.

We will draw powerful principles from Eastern Wisdom sources particularly from the Bhagavad Gita. At the end of the program, participants will be able to:

1. Begin with the question of “What is their Dharma?” Many people we observe are blind to what is their dharma which means, they are blind to what is their core and no wonder there is meaning and joy missing for them.

2. They will learn what it takes to declare and own a future inside of their Dharma.

3. The common sense of understanding of action is very limited and perhaps even challenging. Here, we will begin to understand what does action truly means.

4. One of the biggest barriers is our attachment to results. We will show you what it takes to draw your attachments to results.

Sameer DuaAbout Sameer Dua

Listed by Thinkers50 (the world’s most reliable resource for identifying, ranking, and sharing leading management ideas) in the global list of 30 emerging thinkers to watch, and those who will shape the future of business.

World’s leading authority on “Declaring Breakdowns,” a powerful leadership move, and his best selling book on this subject titled, Declaring Breakdowns: Powerfully creating a future that matters in 6 simple steps continues to be used as study material by several management and leadership institutes globally.

Bestselling Author of Become: The 5 Critical Conversational Practices that Shift ‘Who You Be’ as a Leader and TEDx Speaker

 

Please retain your confirmation email.
It will have the Zoom Access on it.

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

 

Exploring Core Competency 2: Embodying a Coaching Mindset


Date:
November 16, 2022
Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm (New Mexico AND Arizona Mountain Time)
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

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

CCEUs: 1.5 in Core Competencies

 

Please retain your confirmation email.
It will have the Zoom Access on it.

In this workshop, we will deepen our understanding of one of the eight Core Competencies of Coaching as defined by ICF Global. We will additionally explore the Competency “Embodying a Coaching Mindset” through the lens of the PCC Markers. Practical exercises will allow us have a direct experience of this core competency. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions related to the Core Competencies and the role they play in ICF accreditation.

Komala RohdeAbout Komala U. Rohde, MCC, CPCC

Komala U. Rohde is a Certified Master Coach (MCC, CPCC). She has a background in Medicine and Alternative/ Naturopathic Medicine. Komala is a certified Instructor of the Compassion Cultivation Training created at Stanford University’s CCARE. Komala has worked with and taught Intuition for 4 decades. She is German born and has lived with her husband in Sedona, Arizona since 1995.

 

Please retain your confirmation email.
It will have the Zoom Access on it.

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

gender and culture

Understanding Gender and Culture in the Organizational Environment


Date:
January 25, 2023
Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm (New Mexico AND Arizona Mountain 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

 

Please retain your confirmation email.

Gender equity is about ensuring that no one is limited by socially constructed notions of what we “should” be or what we “can” do. This program will focus on defining gender and the role of culture in understanding gender. This program will provide knowledge and skills necessary for advancing gender equality in their daily lives and work. Gender differences need to be examined as these differences are not innate but arise from societal expectations, education, training, and other factors. Checking our biases regarding gender needs to be part of the conversations regarding equity. In this program, participants learn about gender-sensitive training approaches and use of tools to promote participation and shared learning. Understanding gender through the lens of intersectionality. Gender, of course, refers to both men and women, and we will examine the current thinking on how men and women are socialized, the impact of organizational culture—and in what ways the dominant male organizational culture impacts the gender interaction at workplace.

Learning Objectives

  1. Provide the Facts about Gender Differences
  2. Understanding our bias regarding gender
  3. Understanding social construction of gender
  4. Participants learn about gender-sensitive training approaches and use of tools to promote participation and shared learning.

Dr. Saumya PantAbout Dr. Saumya Pant

Dr. Saumya Pant is an activist, a teacher, a mother, and a woman who is passionate about using communication strategies for social change and transformation. She has a PhD in Communication and a certificate in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies from Ohio University. Saumya Pant is an activist with more than twenty five years’ experience working with grassroots communities on areas of equity and empowerment. Her expertise is in topics related to communication for social change, gender equity, gender empowerment, participatory community-based research, field-based research design and implementation, participatory theater for development and entertainment education media strategy for social change.

 

Please retain your confirmation email.
It will have the Zoom Access on it.

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

 

2 Secret Listening Strategies to Enhance Coaches’ Active Listening


Date:
December 7, 2022
Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm (New Mexico AND Arizona Mountain Time)
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

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

CCEUs:  1.5 in Core Competencies

 

Please retain your confirmation email.
It will have the Zoom Access on it.

Listening is primarily a cognitive activity, but it is perceived behaviorally. We’ve all fake listened at one time or another, yet others thought we were listening. The same happens to us on a regular basis.

Some of the newest listening research (Bodie et al., 2020) has identified the 4 habits of listening. If listening is a habit, then we have more control over how we do it in our brain. Listening is important, yet only about 2% of the population has ever had listening training. Much of the listening training focuses on the nonverbals of listening, sometimes referred to as Active Listening, but neglects to cover the cognitive aspect, where meaning is made. Laura Janusik, also known as DrJListen, has devoted over 20 years of her life to researching, teaching, and training listening. Let her help you look at listening in a brand new way what will increase your coaching effectiveness!

Learning Objectives

    • Participants will understand that listening is a habit over which individuals have control
    • Participants will identify their own dominant listening habits and listening blind spots
    • Participants will practice listening from their blind spots
    • Participants will practice one verbal listening solutions to create shared meaning

About Laura Janusik

Allow Laura Janusik to blow your mind and change your thinking about what you thought you knew about listening. Laura is leveraging her 15 years of HR Management in private industry and 20+ years in higher education as a professor and scholar who became a world recognized expert in teaching and training listening to help coaches master the Active Listening competency.

Her PhD in Communication and MBA assist her in using research-based information to help coaches understand and practice effective listening. Laura has 20 hours of courses devoted to listening for coaches accredited by ICF for CCE’s.

 

Please retain your confirmation email.
It will have the Zoom Access on it.

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

 

ICF New Mexico Social – Santa Fe

ICF New Mexico Social – Santa Fe

Date: March 2, 2023
Time: 5:30pm– 7:00pm (MT / New Mexico time)
Location: Rufina Taproom – Second Street Brewery
2920 Rufina St, Santa Fe, NM 87507

Cost: FREE

 

Let’s be social!
We’ll provide light appetizers and an opportunity to connect with friends, old and new!
We hope to see you there!

ICF New Mexico 2022 Winter Social

ICF New Mexico 2022 Winter Social

Date: December 1, 2022
Time: 5:30pm– 7:00pm (MT / New Mexico time)
Location: The Range
925 S Camino Del Pueblo, Bernalillo, NM 87004

Cost: FREE

 
 

We will provide appetizers, desserts and games to get to know each other better.

Connect with friends, old and new.
Hear about our plans for 2023.
It is always such a fun event!

Leadership Circle Profile Assessment Certification (offered by ICF Arizona)

LEADERSHIP CIRCLE PROFILE ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATION

Certification gives you a powerful framework for enhancing leadership development and effectiveness.

Tuesday, November 15 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday, November 16 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday, November 17 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Presented by Leadership 360
VIRTUAL ON ZOOM

Fee: $3,900

===========

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

===========

CCEUs: 29.25 Total
Core Competency 8
Resource Development 21.25

Download Flyer Here

The Leadership Circle Profile™ Certification is three days packed with content designed to help you understand, work with, and effectively debrief The Leadership Circle assessments. Over the last decade, The Leadership Circle has risen to the top tier of leadership assessments, and is preferred by executive and leadership development professionals worldwide.

In this session you will gain in-depth knowledge about the Universal Model of Leadership and the stage of development frameworks upon which the Leadership Circle Profile™ 360° (LCP) is built. Our unique integration of psychological, leadership and development theory will provide you with transformational insight to help your clients increase their leadership effectiveness.

You’ll also learn a proven method for debriefing the Profile, and practice with others to develop the skills and confidence to successfully use the Profile immediately after certification.

To deepen and accelerate your knowledge at certification, prior to the program you will take The Leadership Circle Profile and have a full debriefing with one of our senior coaches.

This certification is designed for internal and external practitioners who want to enhance the leadership effectiveness of individual leaders within organizations. Prior coaching experience is required for attendance

At this session you will be certified in:

  • Leadership Circle Profile 360° Assessment
  • Leadership Circle Profile Managers Edition 360°

This certification is designed for:

  • Leadership consultants
  • Executive coaches
  • HR/OD/OE professionals
  • Leadership educators and trainers
  • Therapists

EXPECT EXTRAORDINARY OUTCOMES.
The Leadership Circle Profile Certification:

  • Supports you in working deeply with managers/leaders, thus enabling you to take coaching/leadership development to higher levels
  • Provides you with practical experience in debriefing assessments with clients
  • Teaches you the theoretical and statistical foundation upon which our assessments stand and helps you answer client questions about assessment validity
  • Provides implementation templates for supporting ongoing learning and follow-through for your clients
  • Introduces you into a community of practice that supports you in having greater impact through your work with leaders
  • Is approved by International Coach Federation for 29.25 CCE Units (8.00 Core Competencies & 21.25 Resource Development Units)