September 10, 2020 - 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Virtual
Osnat Lustig, ACC, CPRC
1.0 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development CCEUs
Hosted by ICF Washington State
Description of Course
ICF asserts that “coaching focuses on visioning, success, the present, and moving toward the future.”
And it takes more than willpower to sustain that commitment to moving forward. Not only for our clients but also for ourselves.
How far into the future are you actually able to project yourself? 5 hours? One week? 5 years? 30 years?
It turns out that the kind of decisions you make today and the motivation to follow them through are very much connected to your relationship with your long-term future-self.
And there is a surprising neurological explanation behind it.
Happily there’s also something you can do to help create a stronger mental and emotional bond between your present-self and your future-self, so you are be prepared to be someone who can be successful when the future rolls around.
- The neuroscience behind thinking about future-self
- The implications of this type of thinking
- How it impacts coaching goals and actions
- Helping your client (and yourself) create closer relationship with their future-self.
This session has 1 CCEU for core competencies and 0.5 CCEU for resource development.
About Osnat Lustig
Leading the session:
Osnat Lustig focuses on helping urban ‘Boomers’ professionals with the non-financial aspects of their transition to post-career life. She uses coaching as a resource to help them design their own purposeful living beyond midlife.
For years she’s been intrigued by what’s might be possible in the future, not only as a fan of sci-fi genre but also as a student of human nature. And over the past few months pursued formal future-thinking learning with the Institute for the Future.
Her professional training include: InviteChange (CPC), ICF-ACC, Immunity To Change®, Certified Professional Retirement Coach (CPRC), PACT™ Polarity Approach to Continuity & Transformation, MBTI® Steps I&II, Gerontology (UW), Organizational Dynamics (Antioch U), MS in Engineering (RIT), and BA in Design (Bezalel). Before moving to Seattle in 2014, she lived and worked for many years in New York City & Paris. Contact her at email@example.com