It’s back to school time – moving our community of coaches into another rich year of learning and growth at IOC. If you can’t join us in Barcelona on September 15/16, don’t miss our September webinars.
Our IOC spotlight turns to thought leaders who will dive into how leaders and coaches can think differently about power, unconventional thinking, multi-culturalism, and vertical development.
While the concept of power can trigger all sorts of reactions, Stanford professor and author, Jeffrey Pfeffer, created a rubric to ground us and stimulate unconventional thinking. Rooted firmly in social science research, Dr. Pfeffer’s book, “7 Rules to Power” provides coaches (and leaders) a tool for increasing their influence and ability to get things done. In his September 7 webinar (and in a follow-up September 21 LinkedIn Live) coaches will learn about the “7 rules,” and how thinking unconventionally changes the game.
Philippe Rosinski, MCC, MS from Stanford, and a pioneer of intercultural and global coaching, shows in his September 22 webinar how going beyond current cultural limitations improves creativity and impact by turning multi-culturalism, cultural differences, into a source of richness.
Stay tuned - we are delighted to announce our first webinar-seminar – a series of educational webinars! Facilitated by IOC fellow and thought leader Jan Rybeck, the webinar series will show how vertical leadership development builds agility and the capacity to see, understand, empathize, and respond in a greater variety of ways and in response to a wider range of situations.
Coaches and leaders are continually reminded to upgrade our ability to navigate unprecedented complexity and stress, while tapping into diversity, and meeting every moment with strength and resilience. Our September events will elevate your ability to think different.
The IOC Team.
What do you get when you take traditional tripod leadership (direction-alignment-commitment), filter it through Aristotelian ethics, simmer gently for 15 years, add an extra dollop of Purpose, and distill down to a utilitarian consequenti...
The exclusion of minority groups from opportunities to acquire valuable capital early in life leads the dominant group in organizations to conclude that they lack capital, which further excludes them from additional opportunities to gain capital in their early careers....
Creativity opens doors to powerful dialogue, greater awareness, and effective solutions. When coupled with coaching, creative approaches enhance the coaching experience and help clients see themselves and their situations in a new light. This panel-style webinar will highlight three different approaches to introducing creativity into the coaching space - through the integration of music, dance, and photography. Our panelists will share the skills and strategies they use with clients and how similar approaches can be modified and adapted for coaches, from executive coaching to health and wellness coaching. As so beautifully stated by Judith Jamison, "Learn the craft of knowing how to open your heart and turn on your creativity....
Based on his book Leading with Emotional Courage: How to Have Hard Conversations, Create Accountability, and Inspire Action on Your Most Important Work, bestselling author Peter Bregman unlocks the secrets of highly successful leaders – no matter their role or level in the hierarchy – and pinpoints the missing ingredient that makes all the difference: emotional courage....
Is power the last dirty secret or the secret to success? Both. While power carries some negative connotations, power is a tool that can be used for good or evil. Don’t blame the tool for how some people used it.
You have the opportunity to lead: to show up with confidence, connected to others, and committed to a purpose in a way that inspires others to follow. Maybe it’s in your workplace, or in your relationships, or simply in your own life. But great leadership—leadership that aligns teams, inspires action, and achieves results—is hard....
You are invited to join us on Tuesday, September 6, 2022 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: Using game based approaches in the coaching process .
You’ve heard of Moonshots, the audacious goals, but Loonshots are what get us there. These are the wild ideas that make the impossible possible. Join us to see how you can expand your thinking on coaching.
In this engaging and interactive webinar, coaches will learn about the “7 rules” and how to apply them impactfully in the lives of clients and beyond.
Let’s kick the fall off right in the Northeast! Please plan on attending the second Institute of Coaching Northeast Roundtable on September 8 to continue the conversation about the future of coaching that we started during our May session.
I invite you to join us on Friday, September 9th 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: Emergence.
If you want to “change lives, change organizations, change the world,” per the Stanford business school’s motto, you need power. Is power the dirty secret or the secret to success?
In this webinar, we will focus on how to turn cultural differences into a source of richness, both for more effective collaboration and to elevate the coaching process itself.
Let’s connect! I invite you to join us on Thursday, September 22nd for West Coast Roundtable Community-Connect Virtual Meet-up with IOC Strategic Advisor / Thought Leader and West Coast Roundtable Host, Eileen Coskey Fracchia. A free bi-monthly, one-hour, virtual meeting that will serve as a place for informal (re)connection and will be in addition to our 3 annual West Coast Roundtable 2-hour events.* We will use this time to touch base with everyone prior to our upcoming roundtable on December 1.
COACH A is a global coaching firm that specializes in promoting systemic growth by “creating leaders that drive change in their organizations".
Using evidence-based data in cooperation with the Coaching Research Institute (CRI), COACH A applies its systemic coaching approach worldwide. With offices in New York, Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Tokyo, COACH A offers coaching services in English, Japanese, Chinese and Thai.
Our clients include not only business organizations, but medical organizations and government and municipal sectors as well, in which we also train new coaches who will spread the benefits of coaching around them.
coachAcademia, our ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP), has been active since 1997, training more than 15,000 coaches.
The IOC is a global community of coaches.