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Spirituality and Willpower: How to Create Exponential Success through Surrender and Determination

 

Date: November 17, 2021
Time: 12:30pm – 2:00pm MT
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

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

CCEUs: 1.5 in Resource Development

 
 

Growing our businesses and our coaching confidence doesn’t come from the how. It comes from the who: who we are being at any given moment. When we lean into surrender and trust, and believe in our own ability to generate willpower for the sake of our mission: we can experience exponential confidence and bolster our coaching, our clients, our businesses and ourselves.

Join this event to learn:

  • Why faith, detachment and receiving are the gatekeepers of personal and professional expansion.
  • 3 spiritual practices (and skills) to drastically increase the growth of your coaching business.
  • How believing in your own willpower creates more of it (and can do the same for your clients)!

About Aliya Levinson, LMSW, CPC, ELI-MP

Aliya Levinson is a published author of the book How To Win With Willpower. She is an LMSW, CPC, ELI-MP, and soon-to-be PCC. Aliya helps new coaches use faith and strategy to grow their businesses and fulfill their unique purpose from a place of deep compassion and a dedication to growth-mindset. Her mission is to help coaches claim their worth so they can live into their fullest potential: using their businesses as a vehicle to share their gifts, empower others, and create meaning, freedom and utter joy from the inside out!

Aliya has spoken for the New York Public Library, JetBlue and MetLife, and has blogged for the Huffington Post. She founded the Authentic Entrepreneurs FB group of over 1700 women and attributes her own successes to embracing spirituality, fun, and a belief that willpower is a learnable skill as opposed to inherent trait. She loves helping her clients do the same!

Visit https://www.aliyalevinson.com/

Get Known Everywhere Using Publicity

Get Known Everywhere Using Publicity

 

Date: November 4, 2021
Time: 4:30 – 6:00pm MT
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

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

CCEUs: 1.5 in Resource Development

 

 

Discover how to be the #1 Influencer as a coach, by boosting your credibility and amplifying your media visibility. Based on her international bestseller, Guerrilla Publicity, Jill Lublin shares her proven simple secrets and provides cost-effective short‐term, doable tactics, to help you stay in action during challenging experiences. Knowing what the media is looking for, will help you and your brand stand out, get noticed and go from unknown to newsworthy.

After participating in Jill’s presentation, you will:

  1. Understand the real purpose of publicity – To boost your credibility and amplify your visibility.
  2. Uncover your “Oooooo, Ahhhhhh!” factor. Find the Wow! that sets you apart from the crowd.
  3. You are the news! Craft a riveting message that lets others know who you are and what you do.
  4. Simplify! Learn how the pros mesmerize the masses by tailoring their message to the level of a five-year-old.
  5. Write a four-sentence announcement that ignites a local media frenzy.
  6. Pass the all-important “Who cares?” test by showcasing your expertise in a way that commands attention.

About Jill Lublin

Jill Lublin-150x150Jill Lublin is an international speaker and author of 4 Best Selling books- Get Noticed…Get Referrals, co-author of Guerrilla Publicity and Networking Magic. Profit of Kindness went #1 in four categories.

Jill is a master strategist on how to position your business for more profitability and more visibility in the marketplace. She is CEO of a strategic consulting firm and has over 25 years’ experience working with over 100,000 people plus national and international media. Jill teaches a virtual Publicity Crash Course and consults and speaks all over the world.

She also helps authors create book deals with major publishers/agents.

Visit publicitycrashcourse.com/freegift and jilllublin.com

Ethical Considerations in Coaching: A Handy Tool to Manage Ethical Debates in Coaching Situations

Date: September 9, 2021
Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm + optional 30 minute discussion session at conclusion of the program
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom
Cost: $10 ICFNM Members & Associates / $25 Non-Members
CCEUs: 1.5 in Core Competencies

 
 
 

Ethics is a fundamental part of impactful, professional coaching. But ethics is not a single competence, it interweaves all the competencies and highly influences the effectiveness of a coaching process and a coaching relationship. Finding the adequate reaction and intervention might seem simple, however things are not always black and white in real life. Firstly, it is not always obvious that a certain situation has and ethical layer. Secondly, we might find it easy to draw a red line between right and wrong reactions. However, by taking a closer look we can find several options to manage a situation. A more thorough analysis of the context enables you to find a solution which is not only good but well grounded as well.

I see ethical awareness and sensitivity as a skill that can be developed and sharpened. Increased awareness will help you identify ethical dilemmas at an earlier time, will enable you to elaborate several options and react in a more competent manner and with a higher level of integrity. Ethical sensitivity can lead to a higher level of acceptance of different solutions, and as such can contribute to improving the quality and depths of a coaching relationship.

In this interactive workshop you will learn how to detect and handle the ethical aspects of a given situation. Judit will show you a simple decision-making model that can help you gain a deeper understanding of your case and support you to find your best response. You will have the opportunity to work on real-life coaching situations and start to apply this model in your thought process immediately. During the discussions you might discover that integrating different perspectives in your final decision improves the quality of your decisions and moves your position from “avoiding harm” toward the “doing good/better” edge.

Learning Objectives

  • Increase awareness and sensitivity regarding ethical aspect of a coaching process.
  • Get familiar with a handy tool how to consider a situation from different perspectives in order to make a better decision.
  • Experience different decision-making attitudes.
  • Practice how to work with ethical dilemmas in real life cases.

Judit Chrenóczy-Nagy ACCAbout Judit Chrenóczy-Nagy

Judit has been working as business and executive coach since 2009, she is a subject-matter expert and leads courses in Business Ethics at Corvinus University, Budapest.

Judit is a practicing professional in this field as she works as advisor in business ethics and compliance for multinational companies. Her research area is ethical decision-making and corporate governance in her PhD studies at Faculty of Law in Pécs.

She has 20+ years’ experience in marketing management at Johnson & Johnson, one of the world’s largest healthcare companies. She was the President of the ICF Hungary Chapter in 2016 and 2017.

The Power of Metaphors: Using Metaphors for a Deeper Coaching Experience

The Power of Metaphors:
Using Metaphors for a Deeper Coaching Experience

Facilitated by Dr. Lisa Kaplin, Psy. D, PCC

ICF New Mexico is offering this program in collaboration with ICF Arizona

Date: September 22, 2021
Time: 12:30pm – 2:00pm MT
(11:30am – 1:00pm Arizona/PDT Time)
Location: Zoom
CCEUs: 1.5 in Core Competencies


Utilizing metaphors is a powerful tool to help clients relate to and understand deep thoughts and feelings and how those thoughts and feelings turn into actions.

What you will learn:

  1. Identifying appropriate metaphors for individual clients.
  2. Using a coach approach to look at those metaphors.
  3. Spotting metaphors that your client is using.

Lisa KaplinAbout Dr. Lisa Kaplin, Psy. D, PCC
Lisa Kaplin is a psychologist and professional certified coach. She is a lead trainer for iPEC Coaching, and a senior trainer for American Management Association. Lisa likes to say that she is a life coach for executives in that she utilizes a holistic coaching approach to help high performing individuals identify that, “something’s missing” feeling so that deep satisfaction and life success are one and the same.
Email: Lisa@LisaKaplin.com
Website: www.lisakaplin.com

Team Coaching! Why, How and How Now!

Team Coaching! Why, How and How Now!
The New ICF Team Competencies

Facilitated by Ann Farrell, CPCC, PCC, MSCCC
(former Executive Coach to the Chicago Cubs leadership team)

ICF New Mexico is offering this program in collaboration with ICF Arizona

Date: June 23, 2021
Time: 12:30pm – 2:00pm MT
(11:30am – 1:00pm Arizona/PDT Time)
Location: Zoom
CCEUs: 1 in Core Competencies and 0.5 in Resource Development

Team Coaching has the potential to be one of the very most impactful and rewarding applications of our coaching skills and abilities. It has also been one of the least well understood. Until now. The ICF publication of their Team Coaching Competencies offers us clarity between it and all of the other modalities also valuable in the support the development of teams. It also provides us with great insights into the additional skills it requires over individual coaching. The goal of this session is to leverage the Team Coaching Competencies as a way to provide the session participants with a greater understanding of the “Why, How and How Now” of Team Coaching as a powerful and rewarding option in our service offering.

You will walk away with knowledge of:

  • Why Team Coaching? The key benefits of Team Coaching for teams, organizations as well as for you and your business
  • The key “Hows” of Team Coaching using a real Corporate Team Coaching example
  • The additional skills required for Team Coaching per the ICF Competencies
  • The “How Now” strategies to land Team Coaching opportunities with organizations

About Ann Farrell, CPCC, PCC, MSCCC
With over 45 years on all sides on the Corporate Coaching table, Ann Farrell is the “Corporate Coach’s Coach.” It started with her success as a “serial” Corporate Executive where she remains the only woman to have risen from entry-level to the very top of her Fortune 200 company in its 170-year history. It continued with her success as Corporate Coach for the past 15 years supporting over 1000 executives and leaders with more than 10,000 coaching hours. Now in her “Corporate 3.0” Ann’s focus now is lifting other coaches to do their greatest work in organizations better and faster through her mentoring and licensable coaching frameworks, concepts and tools. Find the link to join her community here: https://www.InpoweredCoachingInstitute.com/home
Email: ann@quantumendeavors.com

intro meeting

How to Make Your Introductory Meeting a Success

 

Date: June 9, 2021
Time: Noon – 1:30pm MT
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

Cost: $25 ICFNM Members & Associates / $30 Non-Members

CCEUs: 0.75 in Core Competencies and 0.75 in Resource Development

 

 

You have many hours of successful coaching sessions under your belt. Your social media strategy seems to be working, new leads keep coming in.

But that first meeting with the potential client doesn’t always go as you planned. You wish that you were able to present yourself more convincingly and win more assignments.

In this interactive talk, we’ll address the following topics:

  • how to build a common ground quickly
  • how to tell a short, but compelling and relatable story about your expertise
  • how to handle a challenging client
  • how to answer difficult questions
  • how to use non-verbal communication to get our messages across

About Peter Szeremi
In 1992, Péter Szerémi won a public speaking award in London as a high-school student. He then studied communication and psychology at Stanford University where he started teaching public speaking classes.

Back in his native Hungary, Péter started running communication skills trainings in 2000. In the past 20 years, more than 2300 people from 15 countries took part in his programs.

His clients include Roche, Johnson & Johnson, Vodafone, Hewlett Packard, Citibank, Ericsson,Coca-Cola, American Express, General Motors, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Boston Consulting Group and the European Aviation Safety Agency. Péter prepares speakers for conferences like TEDxDanubia and Singularity University and he is often asked to be the host at corporate events as well.

storytelling as a coaching tool

Mining for Gold: How to Tap Clients’ Stories for Powerful Coaching

 

Date: April 22, 2021
Time: 4:30 – 6:00pm MT
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

Cost: $25 ICFNM Members & Associates / $30 Non-Members

CCEUs: 1.5 in Core Competencies

 

 

Tap into the ancient art of storytelling (and story listening) to help clients examine their lives through the lens of their own stories. Guide them to evoke and articulate old stories that have been dominating their lives and keeping them stuck. Learn ways to help clients create new and more empowering stories that will help them move forward with their goals and dreams.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the difference between stories that keep clients stuck and empowering stories.
  2. Learn how to help clients work powerfully with a story they’ve been stuck in by accessing it from additional perspectives.
  3. Learn how to listen for core values in clients’ stories.
  4. Learn how to use two coaching tools that accomplish Objectives 2 and 3.

Lynn BaskfieldAbout Lynn Baskfield
Lynn Baskfield, MA, PCC, guides her clients through rites of passage with storytelling, writing, creative expression, ritual, retreats, nature and horses. She works with story to help people deepen their understanding of what fulfills them and to enable them to take meaningful action in their lives. She is a guide who accompanies people as they mine the ore of their own stories. She is a listener who listens for the gold. She is a seeker who is taught and touched by the humanity revealed in the stories people tell. She owns SpiritDance Coaching and lives in Rio Rancho.

time for action

Time and Action Mastery

 

Date: April 8, 2021
Time: Noon – 1:30pm MT
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom

Cost: $25 ICFNM Members & Associates / $30 Non-Members

CCEUs: 0.5 in Core Competencies and 1 in Resource Development

 

 

How EXACTLY to spend your time to create
and sustain a thriving coaching business!

Solopreneurs in general and coaches in particular, are constantly bombarded with
mixed messages about how to create a successful coaching business. But few, if
any, are provided with a SCHEDULE & ACTION BLUEPRINT of exactly how to
spend their time to achieve their business goals. Coaches should wake up each day
feeling inspired and confident knowing what exactly to do, when, why, and for
how long to grow and sustain their business. When they do, the overwhelming
peace of mind and confidence permeates their business and life.

Learning Objectives:
1. NINE core activities you should be spending your time on weekly.
2. The “Optimal Time Allotment” for each on a daily and weekly basis.
3. How to schedule them into your calendar SO THAT YOU DO THEM!
4. Bonus: What not to be doing and a clever “ROI” for releasing them!

About Michael Charest
Michael Charest is a 17-year veteran business coach, consultant, author, and speaker. He specializes in helping solo and micro businesses attract more clients, grow their businesses, and live the prosperous life they deserve! Michael has coached more than 480 individual and 1,500 small group clients, delivered more
than 100 live talks and webinars, produced and delivered 30 live seminars, recorded 80 audio programs, written more than 1,200 pages of business content as well as a self-help book, From Grunt to Greatness!

building a business

Business Building Accountability Group – 3rd Tuesday of the month

Our Business Building Accountability Groups are running like clockwork! We continue to check in with our progress against our goals and where we could use some help. This has led to discussions where we’ve been learning social media tips from each other, providing feedback on each other’s websites, providing resources to each other, and sharing marketing ideas and insights. There’s still room in both groups. Members, associates and those not affiliated with ICFNM are welcome. Upon registration you’ll receive links to orientation materials and the facilitator will reach out to you. Groups are limited to 10 people per group.

Facilitator: Lynn Baskfield

Date: Third Tuesday of the month
Time: 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Location: Conducted via Zoom

CCEUs: 1.0 in Resource Development

Cost: Free for members / $10 for non-members

building a business

Business Building Accountability Group: 2nd Wednesday of the month

Our Business Building Accountability Groups are running like clockwork! We continue to check in with our progress against our goals and where we could use some help. This has led to discussions where we’ve been learning social media tips from each other, providing feedback on each other’s websites, providing resources to each other, and sharing marketing ideas and insights. There’s still room in both groups. Members, associates and those not affiliated with ICFNM are welcome. Upon registration you’ll receive links to orientation materials and the facilitator will reach out to you. Groups are limited to 10 people per group.

Facilitator: Gail Summers

Date: Second Wednesday of the month
Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm
Location: Conducted via Zoom

CCEUs: 1.0 in Resource Development

Cost: Free for members / $10 for non-members