Eastside Satellite - Understanding the New Core Competencies - Session 3 - Communicating Effectively and Cultivating Learning and Growth

  • Monday, April 12, 2021
  • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Zoom - Access will be provided in your registration confirmation

Registration

  • CCEUs only included if offered.

Registration is closed

Monday, April 12 - 10:30 - 12:30 pm on Zoom.  

ICF WA is offering free CCEUs for this event. In order to qualify for CCEU’s you will need to attend the entire meeting. We will be giving a code word at the beginning and another at the end. After the meeting there will be a short survey to fill out that will include the two code words. This will be our verification of attendance. If you are not interested in CCEU’s you do not need to take this extra step, just come and enjoy.


Presented by

Karen Steckler, CPCC, PCC  & Shannon Jones

       
1.5 Core Competency CCEUs
Hosted by ICF Washington State

Description of Course

In this session Karen and Shannon will help coaches learn more about the changes and benefits in the ICF new core competencies, and help you align your own practice to these new standards for coaching.  This is the third of a three-part series.  In this session we will go deep into the Communicating Effectively and Cultivating Learning and Growth competencies.    Through group discussion and experiential learning find out how you can apply these to your own coaching and up level your skills in 2021.

What you will learn:


  • The overview of the changes to the core competencies
  • A deeper understanding of these specific core competencies -communication effectively and cultivating learning and growth and how this may impact how you work with clients
  • How you can create an individual plan to incorporate the new ICF core competency changes into your current coaching practice


About Karen

Karen is the CEO and Co-founder of Halo Partners and is a Chief Relationship Officer for inviteCHANGE .

Karen specializes in helping leaders at all levels navigate through the complexity of change with authenticity, choice and alignment. She brings an integrated approach to coaching and leadership learning that is grounded in research, applied behavior science, and life experience helping to create connected, collaborative communities for personal and organizational change.

About Shannon

Shannon, who you may know as the co-leader of the ICF WA eastside satellite group, is also the owner of Papilio Coaching where she focused on helping great marketers become great leaders.  Shannon is passionate about enabling personal and organizational transformation and helping her clients be intentional about their career and the organizational culture they want to build.   As a coach and consultant Shannon has worked with clients from Microsoft, LinkedIn, Apple, T-Mobile, Zillow and others and has facilitated workshops on purposeful leadership, storytelling, executive presence and leading through change.