In a few short weeks, from April 27-29, we can’t wait to see you at our 2023 Institute of Coaching conference in collaboration with McLean and Harvard Medical School, our 14th Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare conference.
Our 2023 theme is: Innovation: Self, Community, World. We hope your curiosity is piqued as we wonder: What sparks your creativity? What ignites passion in your clients, in your community, in your self? How do you want to make a difference?
Our incredible line-up of speakers will dive deep, offering keynotes and panels where you will hear about innovations in coaching science, DEI, well-being, mental health, leadership, sustainability, and more. Each of our speakers, whether a coach, educator, entrepreneur or scientist, has unlocked their creative spirit and stepped up to make a huge difference in their field and in the world. We are inspired by them and know you will be too.
This coming month, in anticipation of our big event, our offerings are all designed to help you push your own creative edge, bringing thought leaders on anti-racism in coaching, and coaching for early career success. LinkedIn live discussions will focus on how to stay optimistic in the midst of disruption and exploring the future of coach development. We are also thrilled to bring our popular live seminar series vertical development for coaches to Asia, an important stepping stone in our commitment to becoming a global community of coaches.
Sparking innovation, in ourselves, and in our clients, is key to our success as coaches, for as agents of change, we continuously work at getting past our growth edges.
Our very special guest at the upcoming conference, Graça Machel, global advocate for women's and children's rights, widow of Nelson Mandela, and Former First Lady of Mozambique and South Africa, speaks about just this sort of commitment: "My challenge to each of you is that you ask yourself what you can do to make a difference. And then take that action, no matter how large or small."
You can count on enjoying the upcoming programs. Even better, let’s all come together for an inspirational conference in April!
Join Harvard career adviser and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Gorick Ng for a webinar on the hidden career maneuvers of the most successful early career professionals—and what you can do as coaches to help your clients start their careers off right.
What happens when we are faced with a serious business problem or challenge? Do we let fear paralyze us and descend into pessimism? Or do we choose to be optimists by seeing each challenge as an opportunity, and how do we do that? In a creative demonstration of the power of design, Ayse (Eye-shay) Birsel shows how successful leaders can turn pessimism into optimism using accessible design tools we can all use.
Leveraging her expertise in designing everything from concept cars to toilets to office systems, Birsel explains why we need to love problems. Empathy, Open Mind, Play, Collaboration, and Holistic Thinking are tools we can use to go from problem state to ideation space....
As an industry, professional coaching has exploded over the last 40 years, largely because of the array of positive outcomes linked to working with a coach. Approximately one-third of organizations are training managers to incorporate coaching skills into their leadership style (HCI & ICF, 2018). In their new book, The Coaching Shift : How A Coaching Mindset and Skills Can Change You, Your Interactions, and the World Around You, Dr. Waters and Dr. Riordan argue that anyone, regardless of role or level, can adopt a more coach-like approach to help them build more meaningful relationships and have smoother, more effective, and higher impact interactions with others....
Whitney Johnson interviewed Carol Kauffman and David Noble on Real-Time Leadership and how leaders can find their winning moves when the stakes are high.
When the seas are in turmoil, how do you keep a steady hand on the tiller? We need to create space between what is thrown at us and how we respond. What makes a leader great under high stakes situations? David and Carol spent five years studying this question and created a 4 part model “MOVE” that helps leaders overcome their automatic reactions and find new ways to approach and solve challenges.
Explore before if you have time, take our self assessment at RTLInstitute.com to see how it can pertain to you and Marshall Goldsmith interviewing us....
Getting to the top of the house is a massive new opportunity, and the greatest risk. Our HBR Press book, Real-Time Leadership, takes up where the classic first 90 days ends. We take a new look from the perspective of our MOVE model to help leaders make it to and stay at the top of the house. It applies to CEOs and to high performers taking their first big role.
We will quickly introduce our 4-part framework on Real-Time leadership and quickly pivot to showing you how to use it to help the leaders you coach....
What does it take to succeed in today's mercurial, fast-changing disruptive work environment? Gorick Ng has the answer. The bestselling author of The Unspoken Rules: Secrets to Starting Your Career Off Right is a first-generation college student himself. He will share some of the hidden rules he learned for success in the business world from his own journey, and from interviewing over 500 business professionals across industries.
The Unspoken Rules has been used by prestigious universities and companies alike and is one of The Financial Times’ and New York Post’s top books of April 2021....
The Coaching Shift: How A Coaching Mindset and Skills Can Change You, Your Interactions, and the World Around You offers practical guidance on how to adopt a coaching mindset and how to build a coaching skill set to unlock better communication, stronger relationships, and high perfor...
You've landed a job. Now what?
No one tells you how to navigate your first day in a new role. No one tells you how to take ownership, manage expectations, or handle workplace politics. No one tells you how to get promoted....
The best leaders, in the biggest moments, know how to read the situation, respond in the most effective way possible, and move forward. You can, too....
This is a rare book; it is grounded in both a deep academic rigor and a deep personal understanding of how people change. It is a treasure chest of information and insights based in over twenty years of experience. It will enable you to get to the crux of people’s issues in less time and help them make significant shifts in the moment....
Design a long life full of love, purpose, well-being, and friendship, at any age, using the creative tools of award-winning product designer, author, and world's #1 life coach Ayse Birsel....
You are invited to join us on March 7, 2023 at 9:00am CET for the EMEA Café Roundtable, a free monthly, one hour, live virtual meeting with the intention to explore our experience and to connect with each other and ourselves. This month, we will explore: Compassion and Self-Compassion in the Coaching Practice
I invite you to join us on Friday, March 10th for Together at Home, a free monthly, one hour, live virtual meeting with the intention to explore our experience and to connect with each other and ourselves. This month, we will explore: Gardening.
Please join Eileen Coskey Fracchia, IOC: Strategic Advisor, Thought Leader & West Coast Roundtable Host, and the host committee, Dana Mayhew, Jeanne Smith and Paola Alvarez for our 21st West Coast Roundtable (virtual), Thursday, March 16, 2022, 8:00 am – 10:00 am PST.
The IOC Asia Roundtable is kicking off in the new year, with our first virtual roundtable on March 23rd at 7:00PM SG/HK time. Our aim is to bring the rich research resources from IOC and contextualize it in an Asian perspective.
You are invited to join us on March 28, 2023 at 9:00am CET for the EMEA Café Roundtable, a free monthly, one hour, live virtual meeting with the intention to explore our experience and to connect with each other and ourselves. This month, we will explore: Human Being vs Human Doing
What does it mean to be a great coach? How can we tell? Top coaching expert, David Drake, has some important insights to share about these questions.
Gregg Ward will join us for our next Northeast Roundtable on March 30, 2023 to introduce us to his new book Restoring Respect and outline the Coaching for RespectTM process for us.
Vertical Leadership Development (VLD) also known as Adult Stage Development or Adult Development Theory, and Ego Construct Development, provides a scaffolding for understanding and working with this profound process of capacity building.
Join us in our virtual conference as we focus on innovations to create a vibrant and sustainable path in healthcare and leadership.
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