Chapter Events

What are clients asking for?  Building the toolkit that meets your clients' needs.
Patrick O'Reilly, CEC, PCC
Winnipeg - Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 4:00-6:00pm

While each of us brings our coaching expertise and experience into the conversation, our clients’ needs are always shifting and we may benefit from considering what’s new and what might we need to offer to be able to fully support today’s, and tomorrow’s, clients.

Whether you work independently or within an organization, are coaching executives, project sponsors, intact teams or individuals, what is in your coaching toolkit to enhance your coaching? How are clients’ needs changing and what should we do now to best prepare to meet their needs going forward?

In this presentation, Patrick O’Reilly, Founder and Head Coach at PADRAIG Coaching & Consulting, will offer us a peek inside his toolkit, and share what he is hearing his clients want, to help us to consider ways that we can integrate new practices into our coaching. Patrick’s mission is to help “good leaders become great and strong teams to become extraordinary” and we will all benefit from him sharing his experiences and insights.

1.5  Core Competency CCE units

Register HERE for Winnipeg, October 16th.

4:00 - 4:30
Registration, light supper, networking, welcome by Sandra Woloschuk, PCC
4:30 - 5:20
Presentation by Patrick O’Reilly, CEC, PCC
5:20 - 5:40
Coaching Demonstration - Dianne McCoy, MA, PCC
5:40 - 6:00
Closing remarks, Chapter news updates and events for Manitoba Coaches

Patrick O’Reilly is Founder and President of Padraig Coaching & Consulting Inc., a growing coaching and leadership development company based in Winnipeg with a team of certified executive coaches in 8 cities in Canada and the U.S.

He is certified in executive coaching and specializes in helping those who lead others to excel in their roles. Formerly the CEO of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and a senior executive for many years before that, Patrick has spoken to diverse audiences ranging from a small mastermind group of executives to large convention centres, from hard working front-line service people to heads of government and even royalty.

Patrick's experience has seen him presenting across Canada and around the world from Iceland to Australia, Ghana to China, with stops along the way as diverse as the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and a triennial global gathering of ICOM, the United Nation's International Council of Museums. As a former CEO, he rose through the executive ranks learning on the fly to lead people. Patrick has lived the life of his audiences and he sees the world through their eyes. He has had enormous wins and has made the mistakes they're trying to avoid.

As a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS) and the International Coach Federation, Patrick uses coaching conversations to engage his audiences in picturing themselves in his presentations and helping them to firmly anchor what they've learned and how to apply it when they return to the office.

Western Region Advisory Council (WRAC) Virtual Event (Zoom webinar)
Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 10am - 11:30am CST

ICF Saskatchewan Chapter has partnered with the ICF Western Region Advisory Council (WRAC)and together they are reaching out to a wider community - 17 Chapters wide across North America - to host a virtual webinar event on November 13th.  

Facilitated by Jennifer Britton, a well-known author and thought leader in group and team coaching, she will take the (virtual) stage and ask the audience, "What’s next for you in your coaching business in 2019?"  Whether you are new to coaching or you’ve been in business for a long time, there is always a next level.

Successful business development is about having a vision, a plan, and taking consistent action, while tracking your results.  As we move into the end of the year, it’s a great time to take stock of where we are with our businesses and where we want to grow.

This session will focus and explore where you are in your work, what is possible and how to inspire and give yourself the space to create a plan for the coming year. Geared to give practical and tactical ideas and to:

  1. Identify the sweet spot of your work and intersecting strengths
  2. Consider year end business stock-taking - the five key systems areas
  3. Experience and acquire a coach approach to working with an annual vision and goals

Register now
Zoom link will be sent in advance of the Webinar event.
1.5 Resource CCE units

Jennifer Britton, MES, CHRP, CPT, PCC

From Corporate Boardrooms, to South American jungles, and Canada’s Lakeland beauty, coach and author Jennifer Britton has spent her career supporting better conversations and learning with groups and teams.

Jennifer is a well-known author and thought leader in group and team coaching.

Jennifer will share tools from her most recent book – The Coaching Business Builder Workbook and Planner, and reference her work with group and team coaching.


In-person networking events - Thursday, November 15

ICF Saskatchewan is hosting simultaneous networking events in  Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg. 

These events are being held to provide opportunities for coaches - new and seasoned to connect and enjoy informal discussions about what’s on their mind.

For new coaches they promote learning, camaraderie and networking and for seasoned coaches, they promote connections with colleagues, sharing best practices and learning.

The evening has no formal agenda, there will be opportunities for collaboration, conversations and friendships. Space has to be reserved for these gatherings - please sign up so we can reserve your spot. Complimentary registration (free!).  Attendees to order independently off the menu.

      Regina Ramada Inn - November 15
      Saskatoon Ramada Inn - November 15
      Winnipeg Winter Club - November 15


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