Events

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Mar
22
Wed
The 4 Key Leadership Principles from the Eastern Wisdom
Mar 22 @ 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM


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

 

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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

 

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It will have the Zoom Access on it.

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

 

Mar
29
Wed
Coaches Case Study
Mar 29 @ 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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.

Sep
6
Wed
Coaches Case Study
Sep 6 @ 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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.