April 2021 Newsletter
ICF North Texas | Published on 4/6/2021
Apr 8 SE Region Webinar: 11:00 - 12:30 PM CT
Apr 9 Virtual Mo. Meeting/Program: 11:15A - 1:15P CT
May 13 SE Region Webinar: 12:00 - 1:30 PM CT
May 14 Virtual Mo. Meeting/Program: 11:15A - 1:15P CT
May 17-21: International Coaching Week
New Members and New Credentials
Welcome New March Members:
• Liz Applegate, PCC
• Jessica Buhl
• Heather Fontenot
• Matt Sturdevant, PCC
• Heather Tolmachoff-Ortega
Congratulations on New Credentials:
• Steve Hevesi, PCC
• Sandhya Johnson, ACC
• Amanda Panko, ACC
April 8 Southeast Region Webinar
How to 100X Your Impact as a Coach
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CT
Webinar Cost: ICF Global Members – $10 / Non-ICF Global Members – $20
Shirzad Chamine is the author of the New York Times bestselling Positive Intelligence. He has been the CEO of the largest coach training organization in the world, having trained faculty at Stanford and Yale business schools. Shirzad lectures on Positive Intelligence at Stanford University, where he guides graduate students through his popular six-week PQ training. A preeminent C-suite advisor, Shirzad has coached hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams. His background includes PhD studies in neuroscience in addition to a BA in psychology, an MS in electrical engineering, and an MBA from Stanford.
CCEUs for this Webinar: 1 Core Competency and 0.5 Resource Development Credits
New York Times bestselling author and Stanford lecturer, Shirzad Chamine, shows you how to significantly increase your impact as a coach. You’ll learn how to 100X your coaching impact by 10Xing your impact on each client and 10Xing your number of clients.
To gain the most from this talk, please take the five-minute online Saboteur Assessment. You’ll learn how you sabotage both your happiness and effectiveness as a coach, and how to use the assessment with your clients. https://www.positiveintelligence.com/assessments/.
April 9 Virtual Chapter Meeting and Program
Reflective Practice for Coaches
Cherie Silas, MCC and Diane Whiting, PCC
11:15 AM – 1:15 PM
Virtual Meeting and Program Fee: Chapter Members: $10 / Non-Chapter Members: $20
Meet Our Presenters:
Diane Whiting, MSOD, PCC, is a Coaching Supervision Practitioner who works with new and experienced coaches. Her work is directed at deepening the coach’s practice through reflection and reinforcing the importance and role of the coach’s ongoing self-development resulting in greater effectiveness and impact as a coach. She is also a Mentor Coach and Coach Instructor. She instructs the Role of Self in Coaching class at the University of Texas at Dallas Leadership Coaching Program.
Cherie Silas, MCC is a Certified Supervision Practitioner who works with experienced coaches to learn more about themselves and how they show up as a coach so they can create more impactful client engagements. She is the founder and head coach at Tandem Coaching Partners and the Director of Education and Coaching for Tandem Coaching Academy’s ACTP, ACSTH, and CCE Programs. Her work focuses on training and mentoring new and experienced coaches in the competencies of Coaching Individuals, Advanced Skills for Coaching Individuals, and Coaching Human Relationship Systems.
The Revised ICF Competency Model 2020 introduced the Foundational Competency #2—Embodies a Coaching Mindset—into the mix. This is a wonderful step forward in the world of professional coaching. Several of the new markers of competence can be developed through the regular practice of Reflective Coach Supervision. Coach supervision has been a regular practice for our European counterparts for some time and is now slowly making its way into the Americas. This updated focus in the new competency model does not require coach supervision explicitly but it does require that the coach develop some form of reflective practice. Coach Supervision can help coaches be more thoughtful in how we show up and help us to have a more impactful relationship with our clients, leading to more effective coaching engagements.
CCEUs for this Program: 1 Core Competency Credit
International Coaching Week is May 17 - 21
International Coaching Week is an annual week-long celebration that educates the public about the value of working with a professional coach. ICF North Texas is currently offering pro bono coaching opportunities to introduce North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) employees to coaching during ICW May 17-21, 2021.
You will receive an invitation in the next few days to sign up for this opportunity if you are interested in donating pro bono hours.
Pro Bono Coaching Guidelines:
ICW Goals include:
- Each coaching session is 45 minutes
- One session per NTFB employee
- Coaches are invited to coach up to three NTFB employees
- Coaching time slots are available 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM, May 17-21
- Coaches must provide the coachee with a video platform link (Zoom, Skype, etc.) for each coaching session
- This opportunity a limited to ICF credentialed coaches or those with ICF training completed and credential in progress
- Advancing the coaching profession
- Enabling members of the community to experience coaching
- Raising awareness of the value of professional coaching
- Celebrating the power and impact of coaching
Maximize the Value of your ICF Membership
Check out the latest video from ICF Global's Sr. Development Manager, Anik Clemens. The video is on “How to Maximize the Value of Your ICF Membership."
This 20-minute video on Vimeo, includes topics on:
1. ICF Profile/CCF
2. Recording CCEs
3. Partner Program
4. Member Toolkit
5. Learning Portal
6. Peer Coaching
7. Mentor Coach Registry
ICF North Texas is currently recruiting coaches interested in participating in a pro bono coaching opportunity to introduce North Texas Food Bank employees to coaching during International Coaching Week, May 17-21, 2021.
Join a LINC
Members are welcome to join these new LINC groups:
ACC Prep and Coaching Start-Up
Internal Coaches group
PCC Certification group
If you are interested in learning more about the currently active LINC groups, contact Laurie Goetz for more information.
Thanks to Our Volunteers
Our great thanks go to the Program Team. They have really stepped up this year. Tyra Bremer, Ken Jenkins, Lisa Ong, Cherie Silas, and Diane Whiting.
And many thanks to Dara Rossi, for her assistance in leading the quarterly New Hire Orientation call.
Our mission is to grow and develop a competent coaching community that drives results for coaches and those they serve. We do this by providing strong credentialed coaches, educational programs, and rich resources for internal and external coaches, and organizations and individuals seeking coaches.
ICF-NT will be known as the leading resource for the coaching community and the organizations and individuals it serves by providing:
- A collaborative network of credentialed coaches
- Continuing education
- Impactful contributions to the coaching profession