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May 28th - June 2nd

Wednesday, May 31st

Judith E. Glaser
Myths, Magic, And More: The Science Behind 'Neuro-Innovation'

Wednesday, May 31st 9:00 EDT

Many of us as coaches, who are learners by nature, take many courses, study with many people, and try to hold a lot of new insights in our brains. If we have a life long dedication to learning, we often hold information that may be blocking us from integrating new wisdom and knowledge.

This session will talk about how to identify ways to cleanse your mind to create space for new thinking and to allow the energy of transformation to find its way into your aspirations. In this session, we will introduce rituals and practices to refresh your brain without losing the essence of yourself. We will leave this session not only carrying around knowledge or storing things at a knowledge level- we will learn to create spaces for MAGIC to occur.

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Michael Bungay Stanier
The Surprising Secret To Building A Coaching Culture In Any Organization (Yes, Even In Yours)

Wednesday, May 31st 13:00 EDT

If you're in the world of OD, L&D or HR and you're showing up at a WBECS event, you've probably been thinking about building a coaching culture in your organization.

It's hard, isn't it? You may have seen the light, but getting others on board and behaving differently, well, that's tricky. Michael Bungay Stanier brings 25 years in the world of change management, insights from the book that's been #1 for coaching on Amazon for more than a year, and a desire to roll up our sleeves and move from theory to practice.

In this short, practical, interactive and enjoyable session, we’ll figure out what corporate culture actually is, point to some of the barriers that stop it changing, and share some approaches that can really make a difference. Michael’s spoken at every WBECS event and is constantly rated as one of the top speakers.

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Dr. David Drake
Crossing The Threshold Of Resistance: It's Time For A New Story About Change

Wednesday, May 31st 17:00 EDT

One of the most common challenges we face as coaches is dealing with client’s resistance to change. This can show up as cancelling sessions at the last minute, not following through on between session assignments, not sharing the whole story with us, and more. If we are honest, coaches experience the same dynamics in their own lives at times.

However, what if the issue is less about fallible humans and more about our framing of ‘resistance’ itself? This session will begin with five of the key lessons we have learned about behavior change, such as the power of making commitments in public. This foundational knowledge is essential for our professional practice as coaches.

We will then step back to look at some assumptions we often make about ‘resistance’ and how they limit our approach to and results from coaching. We will close by stepping forward to develop a more holistic and systemic understanding of what resistance is and how we can use it to our clients’ advantage. We will explore how to help people befriend and learn from their resistance rather than strive to overcome and defeat it.

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Thursday, June 1st

John Mattone
What I Learned Coaching Steve Jobs

Thursday, June 1st 9:00 EDT

I learned a lot—about him, who he was, how he thought and how he was able to impact Apple— his people, his teams and how he shaped a powerful culture that lives today. It was his insatiable inquisitive mind and luck—truth be told, that led to our first meeting (more on this in our session).

He was somewhat intimidating and pushy in our first meeting, but I was able to breakthrough in our second coaching session. I know he learned some things from me but I know for sure that I learned more from him. This learning in itself, I am not afraid to say, has fueled my growth as an executive coach and humbly said—has helped me grow my brand and business working with top CEO’s all over the world and certifying coaches in my Intelligent Leadership (IL) Process.

Being humble and vulnerable as an executive coach and role modelling this to your clients is both an ignitor of growth for your client but you the coach as well. Of course, you must also have a strong conviction about yourself and the belief that you can help a leader breakthrough to becoming a better leader and person. It is conviction, counterbalanced with a heavy dose of humility that is the special mix that ignites growth. I mostly saw conviction in Steve Jobs when we started, but I consider myself privileged to have seen humility in him as we progressed. When we meet, I will share with you how his humility emerged.

More than anything, I learned that Steve Jobs was not a great leader. And, he knew it. He did have regrets about this. But, he was proud of his disruptive abilities—he purposely disrupted himself and others because these were the seeds to innovation.

Much of my coaching philosophy, how I coach and what I teach coaches is helping leaders accept, embrace and learn both a disruptive mindset and skills so they can successfully navigate disruption. The pillars of my coaching in many ways were fueled from my sessions with Steve Jobs. Because, here’s the reality....and, the bad and good news.

Around the globe, corporate boards, CEOs, and C-level executives are pushing for more innovation, higher efficiency, a more vibrant culture, and fiscal strength. “Good” isn’t good enough: today the goal is nothing short of the best. At the same time, the world business environment is turbulent, with markets emerging and evolving rapidly, and the stakes for businesses higher than ever. What’s the bad news? We have a massive shortage of leaders and future leaders who are ill-prepared to handle the new reality. There are reasons for this.....

What’s the good news? A tremendous opportunity and privilege for us as executive coaches to help leaders and future leaders not only survive but thrive.

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Trudy Pelletier
Facilitating Difficult Conversations™ For Legacy Futures

Thursday, June 1st 13:00 EDT

A coaching conversation enables ourselves and our clients to fulfill on what really matters to us and to them. Fulfilling on what really matters includes our personal journey, the inner and outer experience of life, as well as, the intrinsic desire to contribute leaving our mark on the world. That mark, when deliberately created and held as worthy of one’s life, is a “Legacy Future”.

The challenges are many; one of which is, legacy futures are not created newly for most people. Legacy futures are founded on our past. Passions and therefore legacies are born out of adversarial and traumatic experiences with a view that something is wrong or needs fixing.

Examples:
1. Man grows up in poverty, therefore creates a legacy of wealth, driven by fear of poverty.
2. Girl decides she isn’t good enough when dad is disappointed in her and something she did, impacting her confidence everywhere.

Effective coaches are masters at difficult conversations who ask questions that cause a pause generating discoveries. Discoveries of what? That which is “unknown or unseen.” The first kind of “unknown and unseen”, is that, which already exists.

Experiences where decisions were made, beliefs inherited now being lived out – all impacts from our past, now creating the future we are living into. This already existing, yet unknown or unseen background is the context, said differently, the lens through which we live and experience life. This is what shapes all our actions or in-actions.

The silver bullet in coaching is altering one’s view of themselves and their lives. This gives access to the second “unknown or unseen” which is pure potential - creative life force energy available to each human being to create an extraordinary and fulfilling life founded on unlimited possibilities.

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Lisa Ann Edwards
Coaching with ROI: Getting Started with Data

Thursday, June 1st 17:00 EDT

Since ROI measures are so attractive to both coaching sponsors and buyers as well as coaching clients, you may be tempted to search online for existing studies with ROI of coaching to demonstrate to prospective clients why they should invest in coaching with you.

While that’s not a bad idea, using other coach’s studies of impact and ROI illustrate the impact of their work and don’t necessarily set you up as the expert or illustrate to the prospective client why they should invest in you!

But what if you don’t yet have ROI data?

Rest assured, there’s a solution. In fact, you may already have data you can use as evidence of your impact and to differentiate yourself as the expert in your niche.

During this session, you’ll learn:

  • The Five Steps you can begin today to use your own data to get known for your work
  • Specific ways other coaches have used to their own data to get known for their work
  • How to capture ROI in at least one coaching engagement

Bonus Tool: Free ROI Calculator to start bringing ROI to your coaching work, today!

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Friday, June 2nd

Joshua Spodek
Experiential Learning And Coaching

Friday, June 2nd 9:00 EDT

Most clients know what to do, they don't know how, which is why they seek coaching. Too many coaches, books, and courses challenge clients intellectually, but effective leadership depends more on social and emotional skills, which come from overcoming social and emotional challenges. Effective coaches who can give clients ways to challenge themselves socially and emotionally can offer value beyond books, courses, TED talks, and university research.

I will share how to create your own valuable exercises, how they work, why, what to avoid, and how to work them into your practice. It's the difference between telling someone an answer to memorize versus giving an experience from which they create their own answers, which they internalize and can fall back on, even in stressful times.

The technique has been tested and refined over hundreds of clients and students I've led at Columbia Business School and NYU-Stern, in-person and online, and through my book Leadership Step by Step. Marshall Goldsmith as said the technique of using progression of exercises to practice is a once-in-a-lifetime game-changing advance in our field everyone else will follow.

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Jan Muhlfeit
Positive Leader

Friday, June 2nd 13:00 EDT

The world is obsessed with weaknesses. Individuals, organisations and even countries think that fixing faults and flaws is the only way to make it to the top. In the business arena especially, we’re caught up with the idea of changing ourselves to fit the ‘ideal’ profile of a first-class human being. This preoccupation with weaknesses is the biggest illusion of our time and a huge waste of the most valuable resources we have as human beings—our unique strengths.

Instead of striving to overcome our defects and transform ourselves into what we imagine an individual should be, we should focus on becoming more of who we are. In speech based on his book The Positive Leader (Pearson Oct 2016) , Global Strategist, Coach and former Chairman of Microsoft Europe, Jan Mühlfeit, demonstrates that sustained success and happiness as an individual comes from unlocking the full potential of our talents and doing what we love. After all, life is too short to slog away on the areas where we can, at best, only be average.

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June 4th - June 9th

Monday, June 5th

Peter Hawkins
The New Frontier In Systemic Team Coaching: Beyond The High Performing Team - Part 1

Monday, June 5th 9:00 EDT

We live in a world of high velocity change which is hyper-connected, where the challenges lie not in the parts but in the connections. Professor Hawkins' work focuses on how we can coach the connections both within organisations and between the organisation and it partners and stakeholders.

In this webinar Professor Peter Hawkins will present the Five Discipline model of Systemic Team Coaching that has been used successfully by many coaches and consultants all around the world over the last 10 years, both in coaching executive teams as well as in the individual coaching of team leaders.

He will then present the latest ways this model has been developed to bridge the worlds of coaching and organisation and business eco-system development. He will share new approaches for helping organisations develop a culture of ‘team of teams’ and also ways of coaching fast growing businesses to interact more effectively with all their partners and stakeholders. These approaches will be published for the first time in July 2017 in the Third edition of “Leadership Team Coaching: Developing Collective Transformational Leadership.

The webinar will be interactive, with participants being able to post questions from the very beginning and having the opportunity to apply the new approaches to work they are doing as individual, team or organisational coaches.

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Wendy Palmer
Leadership Embodiment Tools For Accessing Your Potential

Monday, June 5th 13:00 EDT

Leadership Embodiment draws on the traditions of Aikido and mindfulness to offer simple yet powerful techniques that help to recognize the body’s habitual stress patterns and develop alternative response patterns that tap into creativity, power and compassion.

Research shows that at least 70% of communication is non-verbal. Learning to unify the body's message with what is being said enhances our capacity for effective leadership and more fulfilling relationships.

Leadership Embodiment engages the mind (neocortex) in the context and understanding of the process. Then it gives the body (limbic) the practices to match the mind’s understanding. We train the body to act in accordance with what the mind understands.

LE works with three leadership competencies:

  • Inclusiveness – we are in this together
  • Centered Listening – listening without taking it personally
  • Advocating/ Speaking Up – without aggression or collapsing
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Tuesday, June 6th

David Clutterbuck
How To Get The Best Out Of Coach Supervision

Tuesday, June 6th 9:00 EDT

In this intensive overview of supervision from the perspective of the supervisee, David will draw upon continuing research (including a survey for this year’s WBECS) to explore how to get the most out of your supervision.

From this webinar, you will learn:
• How supervision can add significant value to your practice (and what it can’t do)
• How to clarify what you want from supervision and why
• How to choose a supervisor, who meets your needs
• How to choose between different kinds of supervision (one-to-one, group, peer, face-to face, virtual and so on)
• How to establish a network of supervisors for different purposes
• How to work out when to move on to a new supervisor – for example, when your needs change, or when you outgrow your current supervisor
• How can you tell whether supervision is getting into sufficient depth, or whether it is becoming collusive?
• How to identify issues, which you might usefully bring to supervision during your coaching conversations and during your post-session reflections
• How to present issues to your supervisor, to help them be most helpful to you
• How developing supervisor skills may improve the quality of your own coaching

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Janet Harvey Pam Boney
The Science Of Character Is Emerging To Address This Important Blind Spot Of Our Time - Part 1

Tuesday, June 6th 13:00 EDT

It is no secret that the world of work is changing. Millennials are flooding the workforce, and technology is advancing at an exponential rate. Leading teams that operate in every time zone of the globe requires steely resolve and internal strength to surrender oversight in favor of stewardship and shared leadership.

If we don't satisfy play, purpose and potential in our workplace environments, people vote with their feet. If we want to respond more creatively, more people will need to be equipped with the self-knowledge and sense of self that is truly balanced, conscious, creative and inspired.

The evolving self -shaped by character- may be the most important and relevant reason the coaching profession has emerged from the ether at this specific point in time. "If we expect our clients to transform themselves, we must do the work to transform ourselves first. " Founder of Tilt365.

The cliché that change is difficult and takes time is being retired before our eyes as the next generation, who teethed on technology, find multiple ways to couple creativity with enabling technologies that leap-frog traditional methods without any guilt or concern for consequences. This describes the new meta-competence for the workplace of the future, agility. Agility is the missing element of great leadership and yes, it can be measured reliably.

The Tilt365 Suite of Tools can catalyze the growth mindset required to solve problems faster and in a way, that provides long-term sustainability because it helps leaders transcend ego-centric motives to serve what benefits all. We must all learn to shift swiftly and operate in "flow" more of the time if we want to participate in what is emerging. Come join us and learn how to do just that!

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Phillip Sandahl
The Acupuncture of Team Coaching

Tuesday, June 6th 17:00 EDT

Coaching teams is inspiring and enormously gratifying work. It’s also complex, often chaotic, frequently intense, sometimes emotional, and constantly changing. With individual coaching the work happens in a dialogue. With teams it happens in a container populated by different perspectives, personalities, agendas and priorities. It’s a swirl.

The good news: there is a team effectiveness model that reliably identifies the pressure points that lead to improved team interaction, traction and performance. In fact the model and the team assessment on which it is based, have now been used with more than 4,000 teams worldwide over the last 10+ years.

Here’s the challenge for team coaches: where to focus? Teams--pressed for time and under tremendous pressure--want results--results that matter to the business.

This interactive session is all about what the data teaches us about how to effectively work with teams--where the most promising areas are for team intervention and team improvement. More importantly, how to apply that knowledge in practical ways to make a difference in our work with teams.

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Wednesday, June 7th

Brian Underhill
Yes You Can (and Must) Measure The Results of Executive Coaching - Part 1

Wednesday, June 7th 13:00 EDT

Yes, you can (and MUST) measure the results of executive coaching!  The executive coaching field still suffers greatly from an “image problem” – many in the world do not understand what we do, and often confuse us with other less desirable occupations.  Our profession must capture legitimacy in the world’s eyes.  One solution?  Measurment!  Measuring the impact of coaching is simple, obtainable and even motivational for our clients.  Learn about the 5 levels of measurement – including measuring ROI – and figure out how to put them into practice with your clients immediately.

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Robert Kegan
Messengers From The Future: The Deliberately Developmental Organization (DDO)

Wednesday, June 7th 17:00 EDT

The 20th century evolved a collection of answers to "How do we best support the development of human potential at work?" Leadership development programs, executive coaching, corporate universities, and high-potential programs sound like a diverse mix (and there is nothing wrong with any of these). But what they have in common is that (1) they are for too few, (2) happen too infrequently, and (3) go on too far away from the place where the work gets done.

What would it look like if organizations so valued developing the capability of their employees that they designed their work cultures to immerse (1) everyone, (2) all the time, (3)in the setting of work itself, in experiences that help people surface, engage, and transcend their growing edge?

This is the Deliberately Developmental Organization (DDO). In this 45-minute session, Harvard psychologist Robert Kegan will bring us into these possible "messengers from the future" via presentation, video, and brief personal exercises.

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Thursday, June 8th

Mark Thompson
5 Superpowers Of Highest Paid Coaches

Thursday, June 8th 9:00 EDT

The World's First Global Success Survey Reveals What Matters to Highest Paid C-Suite Coaches and Reveals Why Many Coaches Struggle for Credibility

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Linda Naiman
The #1 Trend In Innovation That You Need To Know About: How Design Thinking Is Changing The Face Of Business And How You Can Help Clients Become Future-Proof

Thursday, June 8th 17:00 EDT

The World Economic Forum says we are in the midst of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which includes developments in artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics and biotechnology, all of which are predicted to disrupt business models and jobs over the next few years.

Will the rise of AI and Robots put your company —or your clients —at risk or make you more competitive? How will you and your clients face disruption and flourish in this brave new world? This session will examine Design Thinking as a strategy for innovation, and for making yourself future-proof.

Design Thinking is a methodology used by designers to solve complex problems, and find desirable solutions for clients. A design mindset is not problem-focused, it’s solution focused and action oriented towards creating a preferred future. You don’t have to be a designer to think like one.

Design Thinking draws upon logic, imagination, intuition, and systemic reasoning, to explore possibilities of what could be—and to create desired outcomes that benefit the end user (the customer). Learn how major companies are embracing design thinking as a strategy for innovation, and business growth, and how you can integrate it in your coaching practice.

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Friday, June 9th

Whitney Johnson
Disrupt Yourself: Putting The Power Of Disruptive Innovation To Work

Friday, June 9th 9:00 EDT

In a workplace where there are fewer and fewer knowns, it's not organizational disruption that’s driving innovation, it’s personal disruption. In this interactive session you will learn how leaders can more effectively manage through change. This includes an overview of the framework of personal disruption, a seven-point framework codified in the critically-acclaimed book Disrupt Yourself. You will also have access to our proprietary diagnostics indicating what kind of disruptor you are, and if it's time for you to disrupt yourself.

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Andy Molinsky
If You're Not Outside Your Comfort Zone, You Won't Learn Anything!

Friday, June 9th 13:00 EDT

The Secret to Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone to Get the Results You Want You’d like to contribute to discussions at your company, but you can never get a word in edgewise. You know you need to network, but you feel uneasy starting conversations with strangers.

You need to start emphasizing your professional accomplishments at work to be noticed, but you feel deeply uncomfortable about tooting your own horn. This list of uncomfortable, but necessary tasks that all of us face could go on and on. And with the constant changes in our lives and in our organizations, it’s only going to get more challenging.

Few people enjoy the stress and strain of stretching outside their comfort zones, but, as the saying goes, that is where the magic happens. It’s where we can grow, learn, and develop in ways that expand our horizons beyond what we thought was possible. Drawing from his most recent book Reach, as well as from his own quest to get out of his comfort zone, Andy will help you take the thing you are most afraid of doing and make it a proud part of your personal repertoire.

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June 11th - June 16th

Monday, June 12th

Marcia Reynolds
The Courage To Coach: How To Have The Guts To Create Breakthrough Moments

Monday, June 12th 9:00 EDT

Do you long to create powerful, breakthrough results with your clients or employees on a consistent basis? The foundation of masterful coaching depends on two things: presence and courage. In this session, you will learn how to go beyond transactional, results-focused coaching to using transformational, awareness-based, breakthrough coaching where clients see themselves and the world around them in a new way.

You will learn how to identify the barriers you have to being fully present with your clients. Once you release your barriers, you can are better able to help your clients break down their hardened walls of resistance and long-standing blind spots. Yet it is not enough to know how to do this, you also need to know how to summon the courage to take people on this amazing yet uncomfortable journey. Coaching is a science as well as an art.

This session will teach you how to create what feels like magic in your coaching by activating your presence and courage.

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Bob Dunham
From Blindness To Power

Monday, June 12th 13:00 EDT

The most powerful breakthroughs for coachees arise when they become aware in an area that they have been blind in. For example a ranking executive may have problems with their team’s loyalty and satisfaction, and in coaching you discover that they don’t know how to connect and sense what is going on with others in their conversations. It’s a blind spot.

Awareness creates choice, and lack of awareness makes us blind. When we can produce new awareness and new choices, we can then help our coachee to engage in new practices with their new awareness to produce new results. This enables a path to build the power to produce outcomes that was previously missing.

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Liz Wiseman
Multipliers: How The Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter - Part 1

Monday, June 12th 17:00 EDT

Are you a genius or a genius maker? We’ve all had experience with two dramatically different types of leaders. The first type drains intelligence, energy, and capability from the people around them and always needs to be the smartest person in the room. These are the idea killers, the energy sappers, the diminishers of talent and commitment.

On the other side of the spectrum are leaders who use their intelligence to amplify the smarts and capabilities of the people around them. When these leaders walk into a room, light bulbs go off over people’s heads; ideas flow and problems get solved.

These are the leaders who inspire employees to stretch themselves and get more from other people. These are the Multipliers. And the world needs more of them, especially now when leaders are expected to do more with less. What could your organization accomplish with access to all the intelligence that sits inside it?"

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Tuesday, June 13th

Amy Abel Dolores Bernardo Josh Rogers
Coaching Trends: The Conference Board’s 2016 Executive Coaching Research At Play In Rapidly Growing Companies And Established Companies Alike - Part 1

Tuesday, June 13th 9:00 EDT

During this session, the panelists will discuss key trends from The Conference Board’s 2016 Executive Coaching Survey and how they come to life at Air BnB and Walmart.  Some of the key trends include how HR executives are leveraging executive coaching programs to prepare their leaders for business growth and changes.  The discussion will include key themes in: targeted coaching, internal coaching, and integration with talent management.

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Carol Kauffman
Leadership Savvy: What You Need To Know To Be The Best Coach - Part 1

Tuesday, June 13th 13:00 EDT

We look at three models of leadership in three ways. Each one will enhance your coaching and accelerate your own development. The three models are: MIT Four leadership capabilities, Servant Leadership and Transformative Leadership.

1. Explore each model to get the core concepts and be able to help coach leaders with a precision you cannot achieve without this knowledge

2. Take an inner dive - what about you? We take a step by step look into each leadership approach and examine your strengths and challenges. How can you tap into each approach to take your leadership and practice to the next level?

3. Take it to your clients. Each model helps you look at your clients in a new way that is evidence based and shown to be directly related to individual and organizational performance. Each one is broken down in a way that you can coach for it directly and build your client's capacity.

As a Harvard psychologist and Founder of the Institute of Coaching I know the theories. But the real stuff I know comes from thousands of hours coaching leaders. Learning the terrain of leadership will help you. I share the concepts and case studies with CEOs of Fortune 200 leaders, but they apply equally well to the young high potential executive.

People can change what they have words to describe. You can be most effective with evidence based approaches as the foundation for your coaching.

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Cameron Herold
Building A World Class Company Culture

Tuesday, June 13th 17:00 EDT

Cameron built two $100 Million dollar companies by 42.  He now coaches CEOs & COOs globally, and has helped dozens of companies rank in the top 10 companies to work for in multiple countries.  He'll share the easy to implement systems to rapidly scale companies and turn them into magnets for great employees.

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Wednesday, June 14th

Krishna Kumar
Transform Through Trust: The Five Dimensions Of Trust In Coaching

Wednesday, June 14th 9:00 EDT

Society functions on a foundation of trust that demonstrates fairness and shared values but as we now move through a time of difficult transformation we are witness to an implosion of trust, both at the individual and institutional levels.

Levels of trust are presently at a five-year low brought about both by a loss of faith in our leaders and a lack of belief in our system that we can no longer take for granted. It is this disillusionment that causes opposition to globalization, deregulation and innovation matched by a growing despair about building a better future for our families.

Within this scenario, using the fulcrum of coaching can coaches leverage trust to bring about positive societal transformation? Is coaching the right tool for such transformation?

Traditionally, the process of coaching requires that we invest time and effort in building rapport with our client as it encourages a safe space for sharing and leads to an atmosphere of trust. How could coaching transcend this one dimension and function in a systemic framework? What are the multiple layers of trust that might support transformation?

In this experiential session, learn the five dimensions of trust that a coach can use to leverage positive change and how these dimensions might be used to bring about transformation both at the individual and institutional level?

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Dorie Clark
How To Become A Recognized Expert

Wednesday, June 14th 13:00 EDT

Too many executive coaches believe that if they keep their heads down and work hard, they’ll be lauded as experts on the merits of their work. But in this noisy and crowded world, that’s simply not true anymore. To get recognized and have the impact you deserve, you have to be strategic.

Dorie Clark - Harvard Business Review author and adjunct professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business - will share techniques on how to develop powerful ideas and build a following around them. You’ll learn how to break through the noise and communicate in a way that makes others take notice, and ensures your ideas get heard.

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Michael K. Simpson
Unlocking Potential: Coaching At The Individual, Team, Organization, And Stakeholder Levels Of Development

Wednesday, June 14th 17:00 EDT

In this session, we will review 4 key roles of all successful leaders and coaches. Coaches will learn a powerful framework and a series of coaching questions to help all leaders create awareness and focus on those skills and competency areas to go from their current state performance to a higher level of success by focusing on:

  1. Building Trust with Key Stakeholders
  2. Setting Strategic Clarity
  3. Executing Goals Flawlessly
  4. Unlocking the Potential of Your Talent.
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Thursday, June 15th

John Leary-Joyce
Gestalt Coaching - A Practical Approach

Thursday, June 15th 9:00 EDT

The Gestalt approach focuses on how we perceive, experience and act in the world in the present moment. This means using awareness or mindfulness as the key tool to helping us live a more vital, meaningful and creative life. The emphasis is on trusting and working with an emergent, free flowing process rather than planning and goal setting.

This naturally favours emotional and somatic feeling over cognitive reasoning. The Gestalt coaching process then is most concerned with the coachees experience in the moment with you, the coach. Change is addressed NOW, in relationship with you, not outside in the future - distinctly different from, but complimentary to, a Solutions/Goal Focused approach.

This means making yourself the 'instrument of change' which can be scary for many coaches who want to keep the engagement on a rational and 'safe' level. In this short presentation I'll show how the basic principles of Gestalt are already embodied in your coaching practice and how you can build on these. This is an introductory webinar that will be developed into a more practical and experiential full Summit webinar later.

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David Peterson
The Paradox Of Leadership: Navigating The New Realities

Thursday, June 15th 13:00 EDT

Have you ever noticed how many leadership challenges are framed as paradoxes? We want our leaders to demonstrate quiet humility and bold confidence, to act decisively yet listen thoughtfully to others, to take charge and still delegate responsibility and autonomy to others.

Embracing the paradox, and figuring out how to move through it, is one of the best ways to make sense of ever-increasing levels of complexity, ambiguity, and change.

This session presents a simple framework – look inward, look outward, look forward – that coaches can use to help leaders engage with common paradoxes and lead effectively through them.

In addition, we will take a brief detour into some of the most perplexing paradoxes of coaching, and how coaches can embrace and engage with them productively.

Believe it or not, this session will challenge your thinking and reassure you of some fundamental principles, and transform your mental models while grounding you in simple, familiar truths.

“How wonderful that we have met with a paradox. Now we have some hope of making progress.”
— Niels Bohr

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Dr. Deborah Rozman
Team Building And Social Coherence

Thursday, June 15th 17:00 EDT

Attendees will learn why internal coherence is important for increasing their effectiveness as a coach and improving outcomes for their client. They will learn simple strategies and tools for creating coherence within their mental, emotional and physical system before, during and after a coaching session.

They will learn how coherence releases stress and anxiety and physiologically enhances connection to their heart’s intuitive discernment and guidance; how the coach’s internal coherence helps create rapport, resonance and increased coherence in the client, giving the client more connection to n intuitive insight. This “team coherence” between coach and client(s) results in improved outcomes.

Studies will be presented on how team coherence also improves group coaching results (social coherence) and team building. There will be 2 coherence techniques taught and practiced in the program. There will be a poll related to increasing stress and anxiety and a poll related to solutions.

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Friday, June 16th

Philippe Rosinski
Overcoming Limiting Norms, Values And Basic Assumptions With Coaching Across Cultures

Friday, June 16th 9:00 EDT

As coaches, we cannot expect to be fully neutral. However, we can become aware of our inevitable cultural biases (which affect the way we communicate, deal with power and responsibility, view time, organize ourselves, think, manage boundaries, etc.). We can then learn to go beyond our current cultural limitations by overcoming limiting norms, values and fundamental beliefs.

We don’t necessarily need to give up our cultural orientations. Rather, we can enrich these by leveraging cultural differences of all kinds for increased creativity, fulfilment and success!

In this interactive session, Philippe Rosinski, who is widely considered as the pioneer of intercultural coaching, will give you an opportunity to identify your own cultural norms, values and fundamental beliefs that could prevent you from resolving your complex challenges in a satisfactory and lasting manner.

He will share the latest development with the Cultural Orientations Framework, which is a roadmap designed to help you navigate the cultural terrain.

Culture here consists of all the characteristics we have acquired along the way, by interacting with various groups of people, by being part of different cultural groups such as our family, our generation, our profession, our company, our country, our religion (or lack thereof), etc.

Culture is about nurture (i.e., what we have learned) just as personality (in Carl Jung’s view) is about nature (i.e., what we are born with). In this session, you will discover how to systematically integrate nature and nurture in your coaching.

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Arthur Carmazzi
Why Clients Don't Take The Actions That Will Benefit Them And How Coaches Can Use "Their" Internal Processes To Move Them To Action

Friday, June 16th 13:00 EDT

Results as a coach, trainer teacher are not about what people learn… how much do we know now that we are not implementing or using… it is about action on insights or knowledge. In other words, results are about Results, something measurable. When your clients get tangible results, they easily justify paying for more coaching.

This session will help you understand the invisible barriers to action, and NO, it not standard “Fear of…kittens or whatever”. It is the genetic, psychological and social “systems” that are affecting them in the background. But every system is predictable in you know the variables and this is no different.

When you join this session, Arthur Carmazzi will give you the “secret” decoder keys to understanding and influencing environments that uniquely support an individual’s action sequences according to their specific identity and help you get better results.

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June 18th - June 23rd

Monday, June 19th

Jeff Hull Andreas Bernhardt
High Velocity Listening: Coaching Agility For The C-Suite

Monday, June 19th 9:00 EDT

As a coach do you know how to listen deeply and respond in ways that move your client to act — even under stress or tight timeframes?

Do you have multiple “listening perspectives” in your toolbox?

Do you know which “role” works best to engage your clients in the most transformational way?

Coaches and consultants who operate in the “C” suite need to know how to listen at an Olympic level — moving clients to change when the stakes are high and time is of the essence. In this interactive session, we will share the evidence-based science behind deep listening, provide an introduction to a range of psychological perspectives that support coaching agility, and reflect on the idea that we are comprised of multiple mini-selves.

We will introduce the recent research on "multiplicity of self" — understanding and leveraging the many roles we can play as coaches/clients. We will share C-suite level case scenarios and invite participants to share their most challenging cases — so we can learn and grow together.

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Alex Pascal
Coaching & Technology: An Exploration Of Current Trends And Future Possibilities - Part 1

Monday, June 19th 13:00 EDT

As the world becomes increasingly more digitized, both coaches and organizations need to develop a strategy to embed technology into their coaching practices. This thought-provoking session explores the opportunities and challenges that technology presents to the coaching profession.

The session is designed to be practical. A number of trends will be explored including the need for coaches to become more flexible and specialized, the emergence of cost effective coaching models that promise to bring coaching to more people across organizational levels, and the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and apps which both complement and compete with coaching as a cost-effective alternative.

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Marshall Goldsmith
Giving Back – Paying It Forward How Coaches Can Make a Positive Difference in the World

Monday, June 19th 17:00 EDT

A special live session presented by WBECS Founder Ben Croft and Dr. Marshall Goldsmith.

In the last year both Marshall and Ben have launched philanthropic endeavors involving professional coaches that are designed to have a significant social impact; Marshall’s 100 Coaches program and Ben's EthicalCoach project.

In this session Marshall and Ben will discuss the importance of giving back as a coach, they will discuss their projects, the impact each project is having and will have in the coaching profession, and how you can as a professional coach can get involved.

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Tuesday, June 20th

Bob Kulhan
The Art Of Business Improv®: Getting To Yes, And

Tuesday, June 20th 9:00 EDT

Learn How Improvisation Can Positively Impact Every Business Situation

This high-energy, interactive session demonstrates the tenets of improvisation and how they link to business in an incredibly entertaining and thought-provoking way.

Delivered by Chicago-trained elite improv veteran (and author of Getting to ""Yes And"": The Art of Business Improv) Bob Kulhan, you’ll discover how Business Improv® techniques strengthen a skill set directly related to team trust, communication, creativity & innovation, influence, networking, adaptive problem solving, and conflict management.

Bob’s approach addresses real-world business challenges, and his secret recipe combines the psychology behind decision-making with the very best aspects of our own brand of customized, high-energy, experiential learning, which drives measurable and sustainable ROI.

*Business Improv is a registered trademark of Business Improvisations, LLC.

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Cathy Salit
Being Who You Are And Who You’re Not: The Key To Becoming Who You Want To Be

Tuesday, June 20th 13:00 EDT

Cathy Salit has helped teams, organizations, and thousands of individuals achieve breakthroughs in their performances in the workplace. She introduces audiences to The Becoming Principle® — a revolutionary approach to learning and change that blends theater, improvisation, and the new science of performative psychology — to engage them in discovering, creating and acting on new and uncharted possibilities. In all of her work, Cathy relates to people as performers, and organizations and companies as the stages on which they perform.

In this presentation, Cathy will lead participants on a tour through the Becoming Principle fundamentals that underlie her work as a coach: “Improvise Your Life,” “Listen!: The Revolutionary Way to Have a Conversation,” and “Create With Crap.” By introducing audiences to this approach — that they (and those they coach) are both who they are and who they are becoming — Cathy’s entertaining and interactive presentation will provide new perspectives and practical learnings to energize, enhance and invigorate the work of coaches at all levels and in all settings

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Jeremy Stover Prakash Raman
Coaching As A Tool For Strategy - Part 1

Tuesday, June 20th 17:00 EDT

Coaching initiatives are abundant through organizations around the world. Coaches and companies are getting more sophisticated about the ROI. Advances in science have helped to support the power of coaching for individuals and teams. These advances have provided business leaders with a real reason to consider coaching as a tool for developing talent.

Yet, in order to truly scale coaching, it is imperative that we as coaches are able to position coaching not simply as an initiative, but as a tool that is integrated in the overall business strategy. To do so will require many coaches to uplevel the understanding of a company’s business strategy, key challenges, and where and how coaching can be used as a tool to address what is top of mind for business leaders.

In this session we will focus on examples of where coaching can fit within strategic goals, how to position coaching as a tool to accelerate the business strategy, and understand learning lessons from LinkedIn on using coaching as a strategic tool.

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Wednesday, June 21st

Richard Barrett
Evolutionary Coaching: The Impact of Ego-Soul Dynamics On Personal Growth And Development

Wednesday, June 21st 9:00 EDT

This session is about the practice of evolutionary coaching—what every coach, caring professional and human resources manager needs to know to support the full emergence of their client’s or employee’s potential.

At the core of the theory of human psychological development are two ideas: first, we grow and evolve in stages, and second, each stage has its own specific needs. What motivates us at any moment in time is the satisfaction of the needs of the stage of psychological development we have reached—our primary motivation, and the satisfaction of the needs of the stages of psychological development we have passed through where we still have unmet needs—our secondary motivations.

For whatever reason, and for whatever period of time the unmet needs from the earlier stages of our development predominate over our primary needs, we become arrested in our development: While our conscious awareness is taken up with satisfying our secondary motivations, we cannot focus on our primary motivation.

The job of the evolutionary coach is to help their clients prevent this from happening; and if it does, to support their clients in refocusing on their primary motivation by teaching them how to overcome or master their unmet needs and help them build new neural pathways.

Based on the Richard's Books: Evolutionary Coaching: A Values-based Approach to Unleashing Human Potential and
A New Psychology of Human Well-Being: An Exploration of the Ego-Soul Dynamics of Mental and Physical Health.

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DeAnne Aussem
When Virtual Becomes Reality - Internal Coaching With Impact

Wednesday, June 21st 13:00 EDT

Disruptions in technology and business are wiping out normal timelines and traditional methods of professional and leadership development. Business Coaching is estimated to be a $10.5B industry and serves as an accelerator for increasing an individual's performance capabilities in a disrupted world. Whether it is from automation, consolidation, or a shifting political and economic landscape, the essential requirement of effective leadership is readiness.

Research shows that 77% of CEOs are concerned that agile leaders, with high emotional intelligence and these intangible “readiness” skills are in short supply and could impair their company’s growth. Studies also show that leaders who received coaching were seen as significantly more effective, satisfied in their jobs, and capable of increasing the engagement of others.

In this session, we discuss the ways in which PwC’s Leadership Coaching Center of Excellence (LC CoE) has consistently infused coaching into development experiences and used technology to stay ahead of the curve. This approach has accelerated leader effectiveness much earlier in one’s career by rapidly developing the specific Leadership and Relationship skills that drive outcomes. We are constantly innovating our coaching approach to stay relevant to the business and serve strategic priorities that fuel our firm’s purpose.

Within our leadership development experiences, we consider two dimensions of coaching impact - breadth (geographic and organizational reach) and depth (both into the organizational hierarchy and into the whole person beyond pure leadership competencies). The LC CoE has coached thousands of leaders (individuals, teams and groups) across the globe with measurable success by effectively leveraging technology and we will share our best practices, lessons learned and key tips for success.

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Marita Fridjhon
Coaching Intelligent Teams; Leading With Relationship Systems Intelligence

Wednesday, June 21st 17:00 EDT

In a 2016 survey conducted by the ICF in conjunction with Deloitte and a number of other key organizations, the leading trend of 2016 in terms of emerging organizational needs, was found to be 'how to navigate the organizational change demanded in the 21st century company' The main findings described the need to shift from functional hierarchies to "webs of teams". Enters "Intelligent Teams" While team coaching is a rapidly expanding coaching modality and key focus for the modern leader, the individual focus on team members often continues to distract the attention from what is emerging for the system that is the team or the organization.  This session will provide provocative questions and critical tools and skills to meet this need.

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Thursday, June 22nd

Mo Gawdat
Solve For Happy - Part 1

Thursday, June 22nd 9:00 EDT

In 2001 Mo Gawdat realized that despite his incredible success, he was desperately unhappy. A lifelong learner, he attacked the problem as an engineer would: examining all the provable facts and scrupulously applying logic. Eventually, his countless hours of research and science proved successful, and he discovered the equation for permanent happiness.

Thirteen years later, Mo’s algorithm would be put to the ultimate test. After the sudden death of his son, Ali, Mo and his family turned to his equation—and it saved them from despair. In dealing with the horrible loss, Mo found his mission: he would pull off the type of “moonshot” goal that he and his colleagues were always aiming for—he would share his equation with the world and help as many people as possible become happier.

In Solve for Happy Mo questions some of the most fundamental aspects of our existence, shares the underlying reasons for suffering, and plots out a step-by-step process for achieving lifelong happiness and enduring contentment. He shows us how to view life through a clear lens, teaching us how to dispel the illusions that cloud our thinking; overcome the brain’s blind spots; and embrace five ultimate truths.

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Judith E. Glaser
Retribution, Forgiveness and Compassion: How to Move your Clients from Retribution to Compassion

Thursday, June 22nd 13:00 EDT

We all face interpersonal conflict every day whether in personal relationships, our professional lives, or while out and about minding our own business.

When we encounter a challenging situation, how do we handle it? Do we ruminate upon it? Seek retribution? Give up? Give in? None of the above? What are our strategic options using C-IQ?

In this dynamic session we will learn how to use compassion instead of giving up on a client; how to manage a situation productively when we are the one who has messed up; and how to get over social hurts and embarrassment without turning towards retribution.

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Dan Goleman
Why Mindful Leadership Needs Emotional Intelligence

Thursday, June 22nd 17:00 EDT

Emotional Intelligence: Latest Findings, Practical Tips

In this session Daniel Goleman will share with you compelling new research findings on emotional intelligence as a force in high-performance leadership -- facts you can use in coaching -- as well as actionable advice on how to most effectively help clients boost this essential skill set. Although there are many models and tools available to coaches for emotional intelligence, only one correlates most strongly with actual leadership performance.

Goleman will explain in working detail the dozen competencies – from self-awareness to being a team player – that corporations worldwide find distinguish their best leaders. He will outline best ways to introduce these competencies to clients, and to background and motivate them for effective coaching. Finally he will update you on the latest findings on neuroplasticity and what this implies for coaching -- and review the five crucial steps in coaching that leverage brain function so that improvements seen now will last for years.

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Friday, June 23rd

Amy Brann
Neuroscience for Coaches

Friday, June 23rd 9:00 EDT

Neuroscience is a great ally to Coaching. It opens doors. It can build credibility. It can increase effectiveness. Rapid advances mean that individuals and organisations are quickly behind. However, with the potential being realised by many it also means there is a lot of rubbish out there.

What makes good headlines or good marketing sound bites is not necessarily good science. This session equips you to navigate the pitfalls many are falling into which are damaging their position in the market place. Just learning surface level snippets is not sufficient and is worse than learning nothing about this field.

We will then cover the neural underpinnings to what often prevents clients from achieving their full potential. This lays the foundation for the Full Summit Session where we will share a new Coaching system that is based on these scientific insights.

You have probably had the experience where you had a fantastic Coaching session. Your client seemed to have several ‘aha’ moments and felt really motivated to change. They knew exactly what they planned to do. Then it didn’t happen. Next session they still say it is important to them, but now their belief in their ability to deliver has weakened.

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Scott Eblin
Coaching Your Clients To Lead And Live At Their Best

Friday, June 23rd 13:00 EDT

Are more and more of your executive coaching clients overworked and overwhelmed? What can you do as a coach to help your clients move out of chronic fight or flight and into a more sustainable approach that enables them to lead and live at their best?

In this session, executive coach and best-selling author Scott Eblin will share what he's learned about helping clients understand what it means to show up at their best, how to establish simple routines to do that and how to achieve their most important outcomes at work, at home and in their communities.

Drawing on the research and experience behind his two books, The Next Level: What Insiders Know About Executive Success and Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative, Scott will share the personal planning framework and easy to do/likely to make a difference best practices that have helped thousands of his clients and readers lead and live at their best.

This session will not only give you ideas that will help your clients; it will give you practical insights on how to lead and live your own life in a way that inspires your clients to be their best.

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Week 5 - Sessions Complete - Sessions in Progress

June 25th - June 30th

Tuesday, June 27th

Marshall Goldsmith
What Got You Here Won't Get You There - A Special Bonus Session By Marshall Goldsmith

Tuesday, June 27th 10:00 EDT

Is something robbing you of your future success? Your talents, skills and accomplishments got you where you are today. But some of these behaviors could actually be holding you back now, and in ways you don’t expect. Even if your goals have stayed the same, the world of business hasn’t. Will you still be able to accomplish what you want in the future? And with the fierce competition for jobs, will decision-makers continue to see you as the best person for the evolving responsibilities of the job you’re doing today?

In this 90 minute, interactive session based on Marshall's bestseller What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, you’ll gain skills, insights and practical techniques to help you pinpoint key factors that may keep you from getting your next job—or even hanging on to this one.

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