Chapter Events, coaching connections and learning opportunities.
Bringing coaches together to build community, strengthen fellowships, initiate conversations and discuss key elements of coaching.
October Coaching Cafe
Monday, October 25th at 7:00-7:45am SK/8:00-8:00am MB
A meeting of minds from across Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Come prepared to listen, share and be heard.
Facilitated by Jeff Lobb and Dawna Atamanchuk, discussions will focus on essential components of masterful coaching:
• The wholeness of the coach and resolve to lifelong learning
• Professional conduct and ethical coaching practices
• Building trust in coaching relationships
• Focus on strengths – our own development as well as clients’
• As a thinking partner, listen deeply and be curious about the client’s perspective, emotions and behaviour
• Encourage and support the uniqueness of the client
• Create clarity and direction, measure successes and motivate individuals to learn and grow
Coaching Cafes are planned with purpose: creating community, strengthening fellowships and sharing knowledge – registration is free.
These events are recognized by the ICF and qualify for 0.75 Resource Development CCE.
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
7:00 – 9:00pm CST
This is an online presentation –register here
In this Introduction to the Enneagram, a personality type system which focuses on the interactions of our 3 centers of intelligence, you will learn to how to enhance your coaching presence with your clients.
Part of building presence is noticing what prevents us from trusting our gut reactions, opening our heart or quieting our mind to be fully present with our clients. When we can discover this for ourselves we can help our clients to be grounded in the moment, in touch with their emotions, and access to that internal knowing of what is needed for this moment. CCEs pending
Brian Mitchell-Walker, PCC
Brian considers himself, like all of his clients, as a complex human being where only parts of who he is show in any given moment. Brian now operates with the belief that the more in touch he is in the moment – that it enriches not only the skills he brings but also what can arise to enhance the moment.
Roland has been learning about the Enneagram since 2010 and studied with the Enneagram Institute. The Enneagram has helped him to understand what makes himself tick. He has become emotionally stronger, more forgiving of himself, and more confident. Courageously in his 50’s he began a new career in coaching and teaching the Enneagram.
Is coaching making a difference in your organization?
In 2005, ICF Global adopted the PRISM Award. The award epitomizes what professional coaching can accomplish in organizations at all levels.
PRISM Award recipients exemplify how coaching can develop an organization’s human capital by maximizing individuals’ potential and leading to high Return on Investment (ROI) and Expectations (ROE) from coaching interactions.
Lori Lipinski nominated the Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC) which won the 2017 Prism award.
Kathy McCrum, former Director, Human Resources at the Refinery, says that the CRC’s coaching program was implemented to enhance leadership effectiveness.
I became an ICF Sk member because after taking the training, I really needed a community. I was all by myself in rural Saskatchewan, very disconnected from other coaches. Being a member has helped me stay connected and the events give me an opportunity to meet other coaches from throughout the province. I highly recommend becoming a ICF SK member – especially if you are self-employed.Tracy Schira-Parker, CPA, CMA, ACC
I joined ICF Sask when I was new to the business of coaching. As a result, I have built lifelong relationships with colleagues interested and curious to learn and grow professionally and personally. Having worked solo for most of my career, these connections have been invaluable and inspiring. This, in addition to training and events, advertising benefits and opportunities to volunteer are why I continue my membership with ICF Sask.Wendy Turner-Larsen PCC