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Panel Discussion: Intersection of Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence (EI)

Tuesday, May 28th9:00 EST

Daniel GolemanMichele NevarezPanel Discussion: Intersection of Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence (EI)

Tuesday, May 28th9:00 EST

Dr. Goleman will discuss the intersection of Mindfulness and EI. Afterward, Michele Nevarez will speak about incorporating Mindfulness and EI into one's practice as a coach and strategies for helping clients develop the differentiating competencies of EI within their own lives. They will then offer an open discussion and Q&A.

NEW SPEAKEREdgar ScheinCoach-Led Q&A: Humble Leadership for the 21st Century with Edgar Schein & Peter Schein

Tuesday, May 28th13:00 EST

Edgar ScheinCoach-Led Q&A: Humble Leadership for the 21st Century with Edgar Schein & Peter Schein

Tuesday, May 28th13:00 EST

Ed Schein and Peter Schein will engage in a provocative Q&A  about the future of leadership in our VUCA world. They will focus on relationships and co-creation to encourage us to challenge “traditional” hierarchical leadership values.  Humble leadership values, as suggested in their 2018 book Humble Leadership, will be referenced and illuminated.

NEW SPEAKERRichard E. BoyatzisThe Science of Effective Coaching

Tuesday, May 28th17:00 EST

Richard E. BoyatzisThe Science of Effective Coaching

Tuesday, May 28th17:00 EST

Great coaches move us. They move us through a basic human process - our emotions. The effective coaches establish a deep emotional connection with others called resonance. They are literally, in tune with others around them. They create and nurture these resonant relationships through mindfulness, hope, compassion, and playfulness. In coaching, the combined effect of vision based coaching and resonant relationships with the client results in dramatically more effective coaching experiences.

Unfortunately, most coaches are too focused on problems and specific remedial goals and lose their effectiveness over time. Because of the cumulative effect of the damage from chronic stress and a preoccupation with problems and measurement. This pattern activates neural networks that are useful in problem solving but suppress neural networks needed for being open to new ideas, people and moral concerns. To be effective and sustainable in coaching, a person must develop facility with both major neural networks and develop techniques to reverse the effects of stress and revive themselves, neurologically, hormonally, and emotionally. These renewal experiences help a person become more cognitive, perceptually and emotionally open, innovate and learn, and motivate others to learn, develop, and innovate – which is the ultimate purpose of coaching.

This is essential for coaching at all levels. As ICT contends, the same processes that work for coaching individuals, works for coaching teams, organizations and even communities. The key is to develop a shared vision and create resonant relationships. Otherwise, the durability of the coaching is limited.

Based on decades of his own and colleague’s research into emotional intelligence competencies and coaching, including dozens of longitudinal studies as well as hormonal and neuroimaging studies, Professor Richard Boyatzis will lead the audience through examples of what effective coaching feels like, as well as understanding the neural processes that foster or inhibit it.

David B. PetersonThe DNA of VUCA: Coaching Leaders to Deal with Chaos, Complexity, and Exponential Change

Wednesday, May 29th9:00 EST

David B. PetersonThe DNA of VUCA: Coaching Leaders to Deal with Chaos, Complexity, and Exponential Change

Wednesday, May 29th9:00 EST

VUCA represents the Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity that characterizes the world that today’s leaders are grappling with. But if coaches want to help them thrive in this context, they need to leverage the DNA of VUCA – Diversity, Novelty, and Adversity --- the instruction set that prepares leaders to thrive and be successful in the midst of this swirling complexity and change.

This session will guide coaches through some of the disruptive forces shaping the future of leadership, business, and even executive coaching – such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, bio-monitoring, and advanced wearable devices -- and what they can do to prepare themselves and the leaders they coach to navigate, lead, and innovate successfully in this dynamic, ever-changing world.

Panel Discussion: Best Practices For Working With Organizational Coaching Programs: Supporting The Evolving Needs Of Leaders And Organizations

Wednesday, May 29th13:00 EST

David B. PetersonDavid GoldsmithPanel Discussion: Best Practices For Working With Organizational Coaching Programs: Supporting The Evolving Needs Of Leaders And Organizations

Wednesday, May 29th13:00 EST

Here’s a unique opportunity to hear from leaders of executive coaching and leadership development programs from four innovative, leading edge organizations, all of whom are practicing executive coaches themselves.

They will share their perspectives on the current state of executive coaching, what they look for in hiring executive coaches, and what external coaches can do to add greater value to leaders and their organizations. From an insider perspective, panelists will discuss the best ways an external coach can become a trusted strategic partner rather than just a transactional service provider.

What are the values, mindsets, and behaviors they see in their best coaches? What behaviors might raise a red flag? Where do they see coaches needing to grow in order to support their leaders most effectively on the most difficult and on the most critical emerging leadership challenges they face?

David B. PetersonLive Coaching Demonstration with David Peterson

Wednesday, May 29th17:00 EST

David B. PetersonLive Coaching Demonstration with David Peterson

Wednesday, May 29th17:00 EST

During this live coaching demonstration, David Peterson will bring on one of his clients and coach them live using his methodologies. Attendees will get the chance to see high-level coaching in action and observe directly how a leading coach can establish trust, listen with complete focus, deeply understand their clients’ needs, ask powerful questions and communicate effectively during a real-life coaching situation.

The first part of the call will be the speaker introducing the client and what methodologies and process they are going to use to coach them. During the second part, the live coaching demonstration will take place. The third part is a debrief of the demonstration for attendees to learn which tools and methodologies the coach used in which context and understand how to create similar results with their own clients, especially when it comes to their coaching presence, listening ability, the power of the questions asked as well as clarity and effectiveness in communication.

The fourth and final part is a Q&A with the audience, helping them to integrate their learnings and gain additional clarity on how to implement their learnings with their own clients.

Andrew NeitlichForget Selling! How to Coach Prospects Through the Buying Process to Save Time and Increase Conversion

Thursday, May 30th9:00 EST

Andrew NeitlichForget Selling! How to Coach Prospects Through the Buying Process to Save Time and Increase Conversion

Thursday, May 30th9:00 EST

Too many coaches struggle with how to sell. This session shows you how to use your natural coaching ability to coach clients through the buying process. You will quickly figure out whether a prospect is qualified or not, whether they can afford your fees, and whether to move forward. You will also learn how to coach them through any objections they have. This session could change everything for you and make you a lot more relaxed and successful during business development.

David GoldsmithThe Robots REALLY are Coming. Why Being a Great Coach is More Important Than Ever!

Thursday, May 30th13:00 EST

David GoldsmithThe Robots REALLY are Coming. Why Being a Great Coach is More Important Than Ever!

Thursday, May 30th13:00 EST

The robots are coming and they are aiming for your job and your clients’ job.  It’s clear today that with the huge advances in voice recognition, emotionally relatable artificial intelligence and data mining, a decent robot coach will be ready very soon.

The good news is programming a robot to be a great coach is difficult, so you have a little time to prepare. If you want a thriving career in the age of robots, you can’t just be good, you must become great.

The increasing number of good human coaches is already creating price erosion.  Imagine what happens when robots are available to organizations at scale.    A robot that is 50-70% as good as you, with infinite patience and 24/7 availability at a fraction of the cost is a great value proposition for organizations.

In this webinar we’ll share our latest research on how robots are changing our industry and share with you the paths available to you to stay ahead of the robots and provide great value to your clients.

Sam HornAre You Ready to Get Your Book Out of Your Head and Into the World?

Thursday, May 30th17:00 EST

Sam HornAre You Ready to Get Your Book Out of Your Head and Into the World?

Thursday, May 30th17:00 EST

Do you have a book in you?  It’s not enough to “write” a book - you need to write a QUALITY book for it to be an ROI that builds your business, attracts new clients, establishes you as a respected topic expert, drives sales and generates media and paid speaking.

Sam Horn, bestselling author (POP!, Tongue Fu! And SOMEDAY is Not a Day in the Week) and former Executive Director of the world-renowned Maui Writers Conference, shares her step-by-step process for finishing, publishing and marketing a book that achieves your strategic goals and adds value for all involved. Dan Poynter said, “If you wait to write, you’re not a writer, you’re a waiter.”  Don’t wait to sign up for this session. Register now so that this time next year YOUR book is out in the world making a positive difference for others and a prosperous living for you.

NEW SPEAKERTracy SinclairThe Power of Coaching for Systemic Change and Performance

Friday, May 31st9:00 EST

Tracy SinclairThe Power of Coaching for Systemic Change and Performance

Friday, May 31st9:00 EST

The development and evolution of coaching in recent years is unquestionable and the many benefits of coaching at the level of the individual, group and team are well documented. Currently, one of the major growth areas is how coaching is being positively leveraged within organisations to support change and performance at a broader and systemic level. This pre-summit session will position the impact and role of coaching within organisations by taking a look at some of the research based evidence for how coaching is being used as a strategic resource. In 2018 the International Coach Federation (ICF) completed a significant research study with the Human Capital Institute (HCI) on building a coaching culture for change management.

This session will explore some of that research to demonstrate the compelling link between coaching and more effective change management and indeed how that also relates to enhanced performance for the organisation. The session will provide valuable insights, data and resources for coaches, organisations and other professionals to help understand what is the important role coaching can play at the systemic level and why that is so important and beneficial. Following on from this session, the summit session in November will go on to explore in more depth how coaching can be implemented for maximum effect and positive impact.

Whitney JohnsonLive Coaching Demonstration with Whitney Johnson: Disrupt Yourself - Helping Your Clients Thrive in a High Growth Environment

Friday, May 31st13:00 EST

Whitney JohnsonLive Coaching Demonstration with Whitney Johnson: Disrupt Yourself - Helping Your Clients Thrive in a High Growth Environment

Friday, May 31st13:00 EST

High growth organizations need high growth individuals. If an organization is going to reach the heights it is shooting for, it’s the people who will take them there. In this live coaching session, Whitney Johnson will leverage the core concepts from her award-winning Build an A Team (Harvard Business Press, 2018). She will demonstrate how the proprietary Personal DisruptionFramework can lead to innovation within individuals and organizations, unpacking how you as a coach can help both individuals and entire teams thrive in a high growth environment.

NEW SPEAKER Panel Discussion: Team Coaching Experiences from EthicalCoach

Monday, June 3rd9:00 EST

Dumi MagadlelaVeronica WantenaarPanel Discussion: Team Coaching Experiences from EthicalCoach

Monday, June 3rd9:00 EST

EthicalCoach is a bridge between world-class coaches and nonprofit organizations. The mission is to deliver resources and tools that build capacity within nonprofits, enabling them to increase their impact and serve more people in need.

In October 2018, EthicalCoach launched its inaugural project in Ethiopia, which paired international coaches from across the globe with local coaches in service of Ethiopian nonprofit leaders and their teams.

The effectiveness of executive teams within nonprofits is vital to the organization’s success and enhancing the quality of life for people across the globe. Coaching teams in this environment presents a unique set of challenges requiring coaches who are well versed in the complex organizational dynamics in which the team operates. Coaches working with teams in nonprofits must also be skilled at identifying, understanding and managing boundaries while navigating relationships with individual clients, the team, and the organization.

During this panel on the team coaching experiences from EthicalCoach in Ethiopia, international coaches Dumi Magadlela and Veronica Wantenaar, along with local coach Sara Groenendijk and nonprofit leader Andrea Hernandez Tobar will:

  • Explore the interrelationship between the International Coach, Local Coach, and Nonprofit Leadership Team
  • Share learnings of co-coaching partnerships with local/international pairs
  • Review the rewards and challenges of team coaching in Ethiopian nonprofit organizations
  • Discuss the unique experience of coaching teams virtually
NEW SPEAKEREric KaufmannThe Blueprint to Conscious Leadership

Monday, June 3rd13:00 EST

Eric KaufmannThe Blueprint to Conscious Leadership

Monday, June 3rd13:00 EST

Leadership is so critical these days, and leaders are getting a bad rap from employees: 82% believe that their leaders are ineffective, 67% are disengaged from their leaders, and 35% are actually willing to give up a pay raise just to see their boss get fired!

In a world where leaders are game-changers we need conscious leaders - leaders that deeply engage because they are bold, curious, and kind.

This session outlines the foundation of how to satisfy employee’s deep desire for meaningful work, meaningful impact, and meaningful relationships; how to guide them to increase profit AND improve their community. Conscious Leaders know how to meet these expectations and ensure that the enhanced trust and productivity yields customer satisfaction. And Eric shares proven and practical steps for leaders to engage and empower their people with wisdom, Love, and Courage.

NEW SPEAKEREric KaufmannCoach-Led Q&A: The Blueprint to Conscious Leadership with Eric Kaufmann

Monday, June 3rd17:00 EST

Eric KaufmannCoach-Led Q&A: The Blueprint to Conscious Leadership with Eric Kaufmann

Monday, June 3rd17:00 EST

As coaches, we know much about what leaders do and how they do it, but we often don’t know enough about their inner place, the source from which they operate. Successful leadership depends on the quality of attention and intention that the leader brings to any situation - the quality of their consciousness. Two leaders in the same situation can bring about completely different outcomes, depending on the consciousness from which each operates.

This Deep Dive Q&A into the Blueprint for Conscious Leadership is an opportunity to address Source – that inner place from which coaches and leaders decide, relate, and think – in order to remove blind spots that get in your way and diminish meaningful relationships and results. We’ll examine and distinguish WHO (inner source) from HOW (the process) and WHAT (the results).

To extract the most possible value from your time in this session, conceive of your most curious questions about conscious leadership.

NEW SPEAKERCamille PrestonManaging Overwhelm In A Wired World

Tuesday, June 4th9:00 EST

Camille PrestonManaging Overwhelm In A Wired World

Tuesday, June 4th9:00 EST

What’s your pain point in today’s wired world? If it is overwhelm, you’re not alone. Most of us are overwhelmed by the information coming into our lives on a daily basis, by the expectation to be on 24/7, and by the increasingly blurred boundaries between work and life. But don’t fool yourself—dealing with overwhelm doesn’t simply mean logging off or shutting down your digital devices. To address overwhelm in a wired world, it is important to learn how to prioritize—even when everything feels urgent—and how to bring your full attention to what you have prioritized.

You also need to learn with your digital devices and leverage them to your advantage. This session examines how to get laser-focused on what matters, how to continue exploring your personal learning edge, and how to ensure you are able to take risks without increasing your sense of overwhelm. Participants will leave with actionable strategies on how to tackle overwhelm in a wired world, including how to build the bandwidth needed to take back control of work and life in a turbulent sea of information.

NEW SPEAKERJonathan ReitzYou Can't Coach What Your Client Won't Say

Tuesday, June 4th13:00 EST

Jonathan ReitzYou Can't Coach What Your Client Won't Say

Tuesday, June 4th13:00 EST

Every coach has faced this challenge...you've got a sense of what's going on for your client, and you've used all your coaching skills to draw it out.  How do you serve your client respectfully and artfully when the client just isn't willing to go where the change will actually happen?

In this workshop, Jonathan Reitz, MCC will guide you through brain-friendly strategies that will help your client:

  • gain awareness of their own thoughts and feelings,
  • develop the confidence to express what's happening for them,
  • experiment with language that builds clarity and encourages appropriate risk-taking, and
  • make progress that otherwise seems out of reach.

And all this starts with remembering that you can't coach what your client won't say.

NEW SPEAKERJonathan ReitzLive Coaching Demonstration with Jonathan Reitz: Coaching ONLY What the Client Actually Says

Tuesday, June 4th17:00 EST

Jonathan ReitzLive Coaching Demonstration with Jonathan Reitz: Coaching ONLY What the Client Actually Says

Tuesday, June 4th17:00 EST

This coaching demonstration with Jonathan Reitz, MCC focuses on strategies to help the client name what they want (in life, in the coaching situation, in the coaching engagement or in another environment)--even when the client is hesitant!

In this coaching session, Jonathan will also demonstrate a number of approaches that coaches can use to appropriately offer input or ideas for the client to consider, all while staying in alignment with the ICF Competencies!

Peter HawkinsSystemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual and Beyond the Team

Wednesday, June 5th9:00 EST

Peter HawkinsSystemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual and Beyond the Team

Wednesday, June 5th9:00 EST

This session will first show how the coaching approaches of the 20th Century need to radically change for the 21st century, based on the changing nature of organizations and leadership, as well as the disruptors affecting coaching.

It will then outline the approach of Systemic Coaching - where the coach partners with the coachee to co-create the coaching in service of the coachee’s many stakeholders and realising the potential of the coachee needed for the future.

It will show ways of getting the stakeholders involved in the contracting process, the evaluation and review of the coaching, as well as bringing their voices into every coaching session.

We will briefly also show how this approach applies in group and Systemic Team Coaching, delivering value beyond the confines of the team.

Peter HawkinsPanel Discussion: Systemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual and Beyond the Team

Wednesday, June 5th13:00 EST

Peter HawkinsPanel Discussion: Systemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual and Beyond the Team

Wednesday, June 5th13:00 EST

Peter Hawkins, Barbara Walsh and John-Leary Joyce will discuss how the coaching approaches of the 20th Century need to radically change for the 21st century, based on the changing nature of organizations and leadership, as well as the disruptors affecting coaching.

The panel will also discuss Systemic Coaching - an approach whereby the coach partners with the coachee to co-create the coaching in service of the coachee’s many stakeholders and realising the potential of the coachee needed for the future.

Peter HawkinsLive Coaching Demonstration with Peter Hawkins: Systemic Coaching

Wednesday, June 5th17:00 EST

Peter HawkinsLive Coaching Demonstration with Peter Hawkins: Systemic Coaching

Wednesday, June 5th17:00 EST

During this live coaching demonstration, Peter Hawkins will bring on one of his clients and coach them live using his methodologies. Attendees will get the chance to see high level coaching in action and observe directly how a leading coach can establish trust, listen with complete focus, deeply understand their clients’ needs, ask powerful questions and communicate effectively during a real-life coaching situation.

The first part of the call will be the speaker introducing the client and what methodologies and process they are going to use to coach them. During the second part the live coaching demonstration will take place. The third part is a debrief of the demonstration for attendees to learn which tools and methodologies the coach used in which context and understand how to create similar results with their own clients, especially when it comes to their coaching presence, listening ability, the power of the questions asked as well as clarity and effectiveness in communication. The fourth and final part is a Q&A with the audience, helping them to integrate their learnings and gain additional clarity on how to implement their learnings with their own clients.

Peter BregmanEmotional Courage and Coaching: The Key to Helping Your Clients Get Massive Traction on Their Most Important Work (and Getting Your Most Stuck Clients Unstuck)

Thursday, June 6th9:00 EST

Peter BregmanEmotional Courage and Coaching: The Key to Helping Your Clients Get Massive Traction on Their Most Important Work (and Getting Your Most Stuck Clients Unstuck)

Thursday, June 6th9:00 EST

We’ve all been there.  Whether it’s a particularly challenging issue or a difficult client, even the best coaches get stuck sometimes and don’t know how to help their clients move forward. And, despite what seems like our best efforts, clients don’t follow through on their own plans or fail to take the steps they agree they should take and say they want to take.

In this session, bestselling author Peter Bregman tackles this problem once and for all. Peter  will unlock the secrets of highly successful coaching - no matter whom you are coaching - pinpointing the missing ingredient that makes all the difference: Emotional Courage.

In this webinar Peter brings the ideas of his new book to life. You will:

  • learn why emotional courage is the key to your strongest coaching;
  • learn specific techniques to apply the principle of emotional courage in your coaching; and
  • experience emotional courage in the moment so that you leave the webinar a stronger coach than when you came in.

Most importantly you will increase the rate and consistency of your client’s follow-through - the holy grail of coaching.

Peter BregmanCoach-Led Q&A: Emotional Courage and Coaching and Your Current Coaching Challenges with Peter Bregman

Thursday, June 6th13:00 EST

Peter BregmanCoach-Led Q&A: Emotional Courage and Coaching and Your Current Coaching Challenges with Peter Bregman

Thursday, June 6th13:00 EST

Peter Bregman writes, coaches, and teaches, mostly about leadership. He is the CEO of Bregman Partners, a company that helps successful people become great leaders, create exceptional teams, and inspire their organizations to produce outstanding results.

In this session, Peter will answer your questions on everything from his morning session on Emotional Courage and Coaching, to his QUICC Results™ Coaching Methodology, his work with CEOs and senior leaders , and his books Point B, 18 Minutes, and Four Seconds.

You can also consider this like a huge supervision call. Bring your current coaching challenges, and Peter will help you strategize about how to move through them.

David ClutterbuckHow to Make Friends with Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Thursday, June 6th17:00 EST

David ClutterbuckHow to Make Friends with Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Thursday, June 6th17:00 EST

Coachbots are pretty clunky right now. Mostly they are not using genuine artificial intelligence, (AI) because they do not learn. But that’s all changing. Over the next few years, most of what basic level coaches do will be done as well or better by an AI. – and more cheaply.

The key to survival for coaches will lie in how they face up to this challenge. Do we treat it as competition? Or seek practical ways to incorporate AI into our practice, so we can, in partnership with AI, support our clients even more effectively?

NEW SPEAKERGeorgina WoudstraTeam Coaching: Slowing down to speed up – Part 1

Friday, June 7th9:00 EST

Georgina WoudstraTeam Coaching: Slowing down to speed up – Part 1

Friday, June 7th9:00 EST

Even teams comprising the most smart and talented people can get undone with the challenges of leading in today’s VUCA world. More than ever, the unpredictable environment confronts us with shifting and confusing issues everywhere we turn. There is no sign of this changing, indeed the demands are increasing. Leaning into this new reality, teams need to be more agile than ever before, and to help themselves and those they lead to become responsive and energized rather than overwhelmed or immobile.

Team coaching has a more important role to play than ever, creating moments of reflection and open dialogue and exchange. Team coaches invite teams to pause, step back, listen and to have the tough conversations they have been avoiding in order to get the clarity to lead with greater connection, vision and purpose.

NEW SPEAKERCy WakemanNo Ego: How Leaders Can Cut the Cost of Drama, End Entitlement and Drive Big Results

Friday, June 7th13:00 EST

Cy WakemanNo Ego: How Leaders Can Cut the Cost of Drama, End Entitlement and Drive Big Results

Friday, June 7th13:00 EST

Most leadership philosophies are grounded in two completely faulty assumptions — “change is hard” and “engagement drives results.” Those beliefs have inspired expensive attempts to keep change from being disruptive to employees. What these engagement programs actually do is create and reinforce feelings of victim-hood and leave employees unprepared to adapt to real changes that are necessary for the health and profitability of their enterprises. Rather than driving performance and creating efficiencies these programs fuel the Emotional Waste, Entitlement, and Drama that drags down organizations. This is backwards. And expensive.

Over the past three years, Reality-Based Leadership, in partnership with the Futures Company, conducted proprietary research in our client organizations such as Cisco, Medtronic, New York Presbyterian, The Nebraska Medical Center and Bayer. The findings affirm what we’ve observed in our 20+ years of experience doing Reality-Based work in hundreds of organizations: when employees indulge in distracting drama, learned helplessness, low accountability, lack of self-awareness, and ego-driven behavior it comes at a significant cost to their organizations. We now know it can easily consume up to three months per year of each employee’s time — potentially billions of dollars annually in the U.S. alone. That's the Drama Quotient.

At Reality-Based Leadership, we propose a radically different approach to leadership. Changing the ways leaders think and the strategies they use in their work is a serious and critical economic issue. A leader’s role shouldn’t be — cannot be — to motivate employees. That is a choice employees make. Instead, a leader helps others develop the great mental processes they need to eliminate self-imposed suffering and choose to be accountable for driving results.

It is time to redefine leadership with science and research, to teach leaders strategies and tools that will actually work in their modern workplace. Leaders and organizations deserve to have a new understanding of what greatness looks like and how it can be fueled. No Ego delivers that call to greatness for all.  It provides the roadmap to thinking differently about leadership and employee roles and actually delivering results, not in perfect circumstances but in today’s world.

NEW SPEAKERErica DhawanGet Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence

Monday, June 10th9:00 EST

Erica DhawanGet Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence

Monday, June 10th9:00 EST

We live in a world of endless meetings and emails and constant cross-team dysfunction, duplication and delays. Our collaboration efforts aren’t working to unlock greater value in our coaching businesses. The world’s leading collaboration expert Erica Dhawan argues that the game changer is a thoroughly modern skill called Connectional Intelligence (CxQ).

As radical a concept as Emotional Intelligence was in the 90s, Connectional Intelligence is turning people into superconnectors who accelerate innovation, break down silos and foster breakthrough coaching impact. This dynamic, engaging, high-energy, fast-paced session will help participants understand the practice of using connectional intelligence as the key to coaching success and leadership in the 21st century. Attendees will learn new insights and tools to accelerate greater connectivity with clients, become more agile and innovative, and drive breakthrough ideas and outcomes.

NEW SPEAKERErica DhawanThe Digital Body Language Workshop

Monday, June 10th13:00 EST

Erica DhawanThe Digital Body Language Workshop

Monday, June 10th13:00 EST

When your client replies “fine!” are they actually fine… or are they angry? Do you wait hours to get clarification on a vague e-mail? Did that weekend text message from your colleague irritate you? We are communicating faster and more often than ever before. We feel like we’re connected – but are we really?  We save time using email, right? But then we end up using all of that ‘saved’ time to clarify what we meant in the first place. In person, we can clarify context immediately. We rely on body language and tone to grasp the real meaning. With our digital walls up, we lose subtext and nuance.

We all leave a digital impression on each other. If someone doesn’t text back for hours or even days, do you think they are being rude? Is using an emoji or LOL unprofessional, or creating a human connection with your team? What impression does your boss, client, or colleague think of that kind of behavior? Whether your team works on separate floors, buildings or even countries, they have to connect online in order to collaborate.These new misunderstandings are happening all day, every day. They’re reducing your client engagement, morale, and coaching performance each time.

In this workshop, you will learn new rules and nuances of creating human connection in digital communication, led by collaboration expert Erica Dhawan.

NEW SPEAKERErica DhawanCoach-Led Q&A: Connectional Intelligence & Digital Body Language with Erica Dhawan

Monday, June 10th17:00 EST

Erica DhawanCoach-Led Q&A: Connectional Intelligence & Digital Body Language with Erica Dhawan

Monday, June 10th17:00 EST

During this Q&A session, attendees will gain a unique opportunity to ask questions on how to apply Connectional intelligence in their coaching practices. Erica Dhawan will share how attendees can use the Connectional Intelligence assessment to deepen engagement with colleagues and clients and grow their businesses.

Dr. Paul WhitePractical Ways to Use the 5 Languages of Appreciation in Coaching

Tuesday, June 11th9:00 EST

Dr. Paul WhitePractical Ways to Use the 5 Languages of Appreciation in Coaching

Tuesday, June 11th9:00 EST

Applying the 5 languages of appreciation to daily work relationships has helped thousands of leaders build healthier work relationships and create more positive workplace cultures. While virtually every workplace has some form of employee recognition, these programs have proven to be ineffective in raising job satisfaction and increasing employee engagement – both of which are shown to improve organizational functioning and profitability.

As a core soft-skill competency, the ability to effectively communicate authentic appreciation is a critical skill for leaders to learn, and can dramatically increase their influence for positive change within an organization.  Learn what the 5 languages look like in daily work life and how you can use them in your coaching practice to help your clients grow in their personal and professional communication skills.

The 5 languages of appreciation have been used by over 500,000 employees and managers worldwide, with the resources being available in 18 languages and currently utilized in over 60 countries, demonstrating their cross-cultural relevance and applicability.

Panel Discussion: Cross Cultural Experiences: Lessons from EthicalCoach

Tuesday, June 11th13:00 EST

Nobantu MpotuloMarilyn O'HearneKatherine HoltPanel Discussion: Cross Cultural Experiences: Lessons from EthicalCoach

Tuesday, June 11th13:00 EST

EthicalCoach is a bridge between world-class coaches and nonprofit organizations. The mission is to deliver resources and tools that build capacity within nonprofits, enabling them to increase their impact and serve more people in need.

In October 2018, EthicalCoach launched its inaugural project in Ethiopia, which paired international coaches from across the globe with local coaches in service of Ethiopian nonprofit leaders and their teams.

Our increasingly interconnected world and diverse workforce requires culturally confident coaches. Successful coaching frameworks, content, and methodologies are highly dependent on the context in which they occur. Working with leaders from a variety of cultural backgrounds and coaching leaders managing culturally diverse teams requires coaches to navigate a vast array of values, beliefs, assumptions and approaches.

During this panel session,  Cross Cultural Experiences: Lessons From Ethiopia and Beyond, international coaches Nobantu Mpotulo, Marilyn O'Hearne and Katherine Holt along with local coach Yonas Tegene will:

  • Explore cultural dexterity and cultural intelligence in coaching
  • Share experiences of co-facilitating team coaching across cultures
  • Look at strategies for ensuring we are adapting effectively across cultures
NEW SPEAKERBeatrice “Bebe” W. HansenPresence-Based® Leadership

Tuesday, June 11th17:00 EST

Beatrice “Bebe” W. HansenPresence-Based® Leadership

Tuesday, June 11th17:00 EST

Presence-Based® Leadership is an exciting and emerging body of work, based on the thought leadership of Doug Silsbee’s new book of the same title.  This session will offer a robust and engaging approach for supporting coaches and leaders to be more effective in the face of the endless complexity of today’s organizational and business environments.

Join Bebe Hansen for this experiential session, and learn more about how to cultivate Presence as a Core Coaching Competency in order to resource both yourself and your clients in a way that leverages the present moment to enact real change in real time.

NEW SPEAKERDan NewbyEmotions-Centered Coaching: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Wednesday, June 12th9:00 EST

Dan NewbyEmotions-Centered Coaching: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Wednesday, June 12th9:00 EST

Think for a moment about the original meaning of the word “emotion”; E-motion, the energy that moves you, your fuel for action. If we understand emotions in this simple, practical way, it becomes clear how they are integral to coaching yet many coaches are uncomfortable working in the emotional domain. The irony is that everything our coachee says, every thought and behavior is rooted in one or more emotions. If we don’t understand them and feel confident working with them, we deprive ourselves and our clients of a critical tool. In this session, Dan will introduce a new interpretation of emotions that allows us to embrace them and use them to coach more deeply and sustainably.

Emotions-Centered Coaching is based on the belief that emotions are the essential connection between thoughts and actions. No amount of thinking alone generates action, and the body doesn’t move without the impulse of an emotion. There is a logical construct for every emotion. It gives us information, it predisposes us to a specific action, and it has a purpose.  Loyalty, for instance, informs us we feel part of a group, we are inclined to protect or defend that group, and its purpose is to bind groups together. When we understand loyalty in this way, it becomes a support and tool rather than a mysterious, unpredictable force.

Join Dan for a fascinating exploration of emotions and how they can enrich your coaching.

Maya Hu-ChanDeveloping Cultural Agility for Global Leaders

Wednesday, June 12th13:00 EST

Maya Hu-ChanDeveloping Cultural Agility for Global Leaders

Wednesday, June 12th13:00 EST

One of the key competencies for global leaders is whether they have mastered Cultural Agility. It’s an ability that enables leaders to work and communicate effectively with people across cultures, geography, and time zones. As companies continue to expand their operations globally and domestically, they face a common challenge: how to equip their leaders with the right mindset and skills to lead multicultural teams, collaborate with diverse business partners, and achieve long term success?

As a leadership coach, how can you help your leaders develop cultural agility? How do you develop your own cultural intelligence so you can coach your clients effectively?

Maya Hu-ChanCoach-Led Q&A: Developing Cultural Agility for Global Leaders with Maya Hu-Chan

Wednesday, June 12th17:00 EST

Maya Hu-ChanCoach-Led Q&A: Developing Cultural Agility for Global Leaders with Maya Hu-Chan

Wednesday, June 12th17:00 EST

Participants will find themselves part of a fully-immersive, interactive learning experience, by seizing the opportunity to put their questions to formidable coaching expert, Maya Hu-Chan, globally recognized leadership educator, executive coach, author, and speaker. During this engaging, deep-dive session, participants will explore Cultural Agility - the ability that enables leaders to work and communicate effectively with people across cultures, geography, and time zones- empowering them to immediately apply the knowledge and skills they have gained with their clients.

NEW SPEAKERAnnemarie LombardSensory IntelligenceⓇ

Thursday, June 13th9:00 EST

Annemarie LombardSensory IntelligenceⓇ

Thursday, June 13th9:00 EST

Sensory Intelligence® is an innovative profiling and training organisation started in 2003. The concept and theories are fully rooted in neuroscience, research, brain development and learning and used for people development.  It helps individuals, teams and families to understand how their 7 senses intuitively responds to the environment to influence daily productivity, well-being and relationships.

Through extensive online sensory profiling,  workshops and coaching, the solution provides value to coaches, leaders, work teams, healthcare professionals, wellness practitioners, parents and teachers.  Sensory neuroscience gets unpacked in a practical and easy to understand format to help people develop awareness for self and others and self-regulate using the body and the senses.

The pre-summit session will be an introduction to sensory intelligence(R).

  1. Overview on basic neuroscience, the senses and the environment
  2. IQ, EQ and Sensory IQ - how are they different
  3. The Sensory Quiz - understand your sensory style
  4. Self-regulation - how we can be more successful using sensory tools
NEW SPEAKERHarrison MonarthExecutive Presence – Develop confidence, competence and influence beyond formal authority

Thursday, June 13th13:00 EST

Harrison MonarthExecutive Presence – Develop confidence, competence and influence beyond formal authority

Thursday, June 13th13:00 EST

How do others perceive you? The fact is, no matter what you are trying to achieve, the answer to that question will dictate your level of success.

We live in a reputation economy. And while intelligence, expertise and hard work are important, they’re not nearly enough to get ahead. When you want to be seen as a mature and confident leader, influencing across organizational levels, building strong relationships, and mobilizing the right people to tackle complex challenges, you need executive presence.

In fact, one survey showed 89% of a sample of nearly 400 CEOs and corporate executives saying executive presence helps people get ahead, with 78% saying that limited executive presence can hold someone back.

What can we as coaches do to help aspiring leaders develop the characteristics of a strong executive presence?

Based on his extensive work with thousands of senior executives, ongoing research in the behavioral science and two decades of experience coaching leaders from the Fortune 500 on Executive Presence, Harrison Monarth will share key insights from the upcoming second edition of his bestselling book, Executive Presence—The Art of Commanding Respect Like a CEO (McGraw-Hill 2019).

Harrison will identify the specific personality traits, skills and behaviors that are commonly associated with executive presence in organizations. He’ll explain how he’s helped coaching clients develop strategic self-awareness around these characteristics and embark on building a powerful personal brand that conveys executive presence when it matters most.

In a lively fast-paced session, Harrison will illustrate how easily we create perceptions that detract from our executive presence, how science-backed emotion regulation strategies can help us convey calm and think clearly under pressure and which executive presence characteristics matter more in initial impressions, versus those that matter more over the long term, for sustained executive presence.

In the full summit, Harrison will share various case studies and coaching tips, techniques and strategies he’s used successfully to help his coaching clients develop key executive presence behaviors that enable them to wield positive influence at the highest organizational levels. He’ll also point out specific pitfalls of developing a dark executive presence and how to guard against those.

NEW SPEAKERTara MohrQuieting Self-Doubt in our Clients and Ourselves

Thursday, June 13th17:00 EST

Tara MohrQuieting Self-Doubt in our Clients and Ourselves

Thursday, June 13th17:00 EST

Imagine what your clients might achieve if they could quiet their self-doubt. Often, even accomplished leaders are held back by a harsh inner critic that prevents them from taking risks, stepping into new domains, and creating a more fulfilling life.

As coaches, we need a robust toolkit for working with clients around self-doubt. In this talk Tara will cover the coaching tools, questions and approaches that you can use to help your clients move beyond self-doubt. These practices work: more than 90% of individuals receiving training in them report increased levels of confidence as a result.

As a coach, you can also bring all of these tools to yourself, and apply them when self-doubt arises, so that you can do your work with greater confidence and courage.

Marshall GoldsmithMarshall Goldsmith: Coach-Led Q&A: Ask Marshall Goldsmith Anything!

Friday, June 14th9:00 EST

Marshall GoldsmithMarshall Goldsmith: Coach-Led Q&A: Ask Marshall Goldsmith Anything!

Friday, June 14th9:00 EST

Participants will find themselves part of a fully-immersive, interactive learning experience, by seizing the opportunity to put their questions to formidable coaching expert, Marshall Goldsmith, one of the world’s leading executive educators, coaches, and authors. During this engaging, deep-dive session, participants will be able to 'ask Marshall anything' and dig deep into his expertise and experience as one of the World's most recognised coaching thought-leaders - empowering them to immediately apply the knowledge and skills they have gained with their clients.

Amanda BlakeLive Coaching Demonstration with Amanda Blake: Embodied Coaching for Sustained Change

Friday, June 14th13:00 EST

Amanda BlakeLive Coaching Demonstration with Amanda Blake: Embodied Coaching for Sustained Change

Friday, June 14th13:00 EST

This coaching demo is oriented to helping you see and understand how to leverage the body’s intelligence in your coaching session. We will be exploring how to co-create a meaningful, relevant embodied practice with your clients.

Amanda and Sara have worked together for many years. Sara has been a student in the Embright Body = Brain program that Mandy teaches, and she has worked with Mandy as a coach during two separate coaching engagements about three years apart.

Sara will bring a new, “live” topic to the coaching conversation – one that is relevant and real in her life today. You will have the opportunity to observe a real coaching session happening in real time. Although it is impossible to predict how any given coaching session will unfold, Mandy will pay particular attention to demonstrating how a coach can co-create a relevant embodied practice with her client. You are invited to pay attention to how Mandy seeks to understand Sara’s desired state, how she gets curious about the physicality of that desired state, and how she explores options for Sara to practice the psychophysiology of that state so that it becomes more familiar and easily accessible.

After the coaching session is complete we will debrief the key choice points for the coach as well as the body-inclusive “lens” Mandy uses to get curious about Sara’s desires and goals.

Dr. David DrakeCoaching with Radical Presence: The Four Thresholds our Clients Need to Cross

Monday, June 17th9:00 EST

Dr. David DrakeCoaching with Radical Presence: The Four Thresholds our Clients Need to Cross

Monday, June 17th9:00 EST

This Pre-Session lays the foundation for my Summit session on Pragmatic Enlightenment: Why the World Needs Elders and What it Takes to Become One. It offers an introduction to coaching as a rite of passage and why vertical development is both hard and more essential than ever for our clients.

We will focus on the concept of thresholds and their critical role in development as an act of intention not just a process of acquisition. We will explore how thresholds are essential crucibles through which our clients mature and why this is so important.

Using the narrative coaching framework, we will explore how to help clients mature through shifting their narratives about themselves and others and about their past and their future.

You will be able to trace your own development using this model as well, and identify openings for your own growth as a human and as a coach. This is essential work if we are to remain relevant to our clients because they are asking us to join them in bigger questions, more complex dilemmas and more unknown territories. In so doing, we discover that coaching becomes a way of life, a way of being. It is asking ourselves, “In this moment, what is needed most?”

You will learn about the power of radical presence to enable you and your clients to stand at the threshold that is before them at this stage in their journey. While many of you have cultivated aspects of it through somatic and mindfulness practices, radical presence takes it to the next level because it is tied into clients’ vertical development and maturity.

Dr. David DrakeCoach-Led Q&A: Radical Presence with David Drake

Monday, June 17th13:00 EST

Dr. David DrakeCoach-Led Q&A: Radical Presence with David Drake

Monday, June 17th13:00 EST

Participants will find themselves part of a fully-immersive, interactive learning experience, by seizing the opportunity to put their questions to formidable coaching expert, Dr. David Drake, World-Renowned expert on Narrative Coaching. During this engaging, deep-dive session, participants will explore Pragmatic Enlightenment: Why the World Needs Elders and What it Takes to Become One - empowering them to immediately apply the knowledge and skills they have gained with their clients.

NEW SPEAKERSteadman HarrisonCoaching for Societal Impact: Coaching towards Democracy

Monday, June 17th17:00 EST

Steadman HarrisonCoaching for Societal Impact: Coaching towards Democracy

Monday, June 17th17:00 EST

Have you ever wondered how your coaching practice can change the world?  Steadman Harrison is excited to share from his own emerging story of how coaching and leadership development can be used to impact society.  Join us to hear stories from Eastern African that began with a sabbatical in 2005. Since that time more than 500,000 people have been a part of a leadership development process breaking traditional mental models.

Human development includes the practice of coaching, and we believe it should be for everyone everywhere. Leadership Beyond Boundaries began as a movement to democratize leader development through inclusive practices that provide affordable, accessible, scalable solutions for all people.  From non-government organizations (NGOs) to government agencies and out into the private sector, this movement brings coaches and facilitators together with audiences who are hungry for development. Steadman joins the Pre-Summit from the North of Jordan near the Syrian border.

His family will move from Jordan on to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where they will spend another 5 years working in partnership with the European Union.  The adventure ahead is the capacity development in preparation for Ethiopia’s 2020 election. As part of our session together we will look at practical tools like Social Identity and the power of Interdependent Culture and the importance of understanding the FROM - HERE - TOWARDS of the coachee experience. Coach beyond boundaries. Think with us about coaching for societal impact. Coaching can yield democracy!

NEW SPEAKERHeidi HannaRecharge Your Brain and Your Business

Tuesday, June 18th9:00 EST

Heidi HannaRecharge Your Brain and Your Business

Tuesday, June 18th9:00 EST

In this session, Dr. Heidi Hanna will guide participants in an exploration into the most valuable resource we have - human capital and the power of the brain. Based on the latest neuroscience of stress, mindfulness and motivation, Dr. Hanna uncovers research-driven guiding principles and a simple framework for optimizing brain health and fitness. Through interactive discussions around best-practices, participants will create a Recharge Tool-kit with specific strategies for their daily routine and team rituals to best support relationships at home and work.

Participants will:

  • Learn the key organizing principles of the brain and how non-conscious bias can be both a challenge and an asset.
  • Understand the new science of stress including the difference between reactions and responses, the power of perspective, and how to automate critical self-care strategies.
  • Create individual and team action plans for integrating simple daily shifts to use stress to drive performance and build health and resilience.
NEW SPEAKERShariff Abdullah‘Solutions Beyond Diversity’: Transforming Deep Identity, and Deep Conflict into Deep Connection

Tuesday, June 18th13:00 EST

Shariff Abdullah‘Solutions Beyond Diversity’: Transforming Deep Identity, and Deep Conflict into Deep Connection

Tuesday, June 18th13:00 EST

About Solutions Beyond Diversity:

Diversity is having a rapidly increasing influence on the future of our clients and, as a result, many of them lack the ability to manage  the complex human interactions we experience daily. These challenges are more complex than our present coaching approaches. It’s time for us to shift our world view and take a new look at one of the persistent challenges facing our society: Deep Identity.

About Deep Identity:

Everyone brings their ‘identity’ to work.  Each person’s identity has the potential to enrich their personal and work environments.  However, where conflict exists at work, the ability to understand Deep Identity provides coaches with powerful tools to help themselves and their clients transcend their filters and barriers, transforming conflict into opportunity.

In this Pre-Summit, we explore Deep Identity, a key to connecting authentically with others. Deep Identity is the part of your personality and culture that you acquired BEFORE you acquired the ability for concrete and abstract thought. In other words: Deep Identity is the part of yourself that you cannot think about. It is also the part of yourself that provides the key to finding solutions beyond the issues of our diversity.

Deep Conflicts are conflicts based on differing Deep Identities and are long-lasting, seemingly intractable and can turn violent.  These conflicts can cost organizations tens of millions of dollars in lost productivity, communication errors, and damage awards.

There is a solution.  By learning the techniques of Deep Connection, the negative effects of Deep Identity can be eliminated.

Supported Core Competencies:

  • Co-creating the Relationship
  • Coaching Presence
  • Effective Communication
  • Facilitating Learning and Results
  • Communicating Effectively
NEW SPEAKERShariff AbdullahPanel Discussion: Further Down the Rabbit Hole of “Deep Identity” with Shariff Abdulhah

Tuesday, June 18th17:00 EST

Shariff AbdullahPanel Discussion: Further Down the Rabbit Hole of “Deep Identity” with Shariff Abdulhah

Tuesday, June 18th17:00 EST

In dialog with Leslie Hamilton, a masterful executive coach and change facilitator, Shariff will explore ways to address practical issues of how Deep Identity plays out in our day-to-day interactions with others and how to harness the value of diversity while minimising the negative impact of it in a dynamic environment.

By presenting case studies and responding to questions from participants, together they will explore how to deal with issues of race/ethnicity, language and gender.  This exploration will also shed light on how coaches can support clients experiencing the impact of diversity in the workforce.

NEW SPEAKERJean-Francois Cousin10 insights and 10 tips to coach at your very best, harvested over 10,000 coaching-hours

Wednesday, June 19th9:00 EST

Jean-Francois Cousin10 insights and 10 tips to coach at your very best, harvested over 10,000 coaching-hours

Wednesday, June 19th9:00 EST

What overwhelms you as you pass the 10,000 coaching-hours milestone?

Gratitude, most certainly!

Gratitude to the Clients you have had the privilege to serve and to learn so much from.

Gratitude for the thousands of mistakes you have done as a coach and the lessons they taught you.

Gratitude to our beautiful Profession and to all colleagues, mentors or supervisors who inspired and supported you along the journey.
And what emerges next?

The desire to pay it forward, notably by sharing your most important insights and tips about how to ‘be’ as a coach in a session to unleash the Client’s greatest progress and fulfilment.

In this session, I will offer 10 insights and hands-on advice to coach masterfully, and 10 practical tips to help (new and not so new) coaches overcome their insecurities and support their Clients with greater ease and success.

At the full-summit, I will offer a coaching demo that will “probably” leverage some of those insights and tips... “Probably”... for we can’t ever know what will happen in a session, can we? And that keeps it all riveting!

NEW SPEAKERMichael NeillRe-inventing the Wheel: Coaching Beyond ‘Best Practice’

Wednesday, June 19th13:00 EST

Michael NeillRe-inventing the Wheel: Coaching Beyond ‘Best Practice’

Wednesday, June 19th13:00 EST

So much time is spent in training and development on sharing ‘best practice’, ‘shortcuts to success’, and ‘life hacks’ that a basic truth often gets missed - our most impactful coaching sessions are invariably the ones where something brand new gets invented in the interaction between you and your client.

In this lighthearted and provocative session, you’ll get the chance to take a fresh look at some of the fundamental assumptions underpinning your coaching and get some gentle guidance on how to make the most of your in-the-moment-responsive-intelligence during your sessions.

Coach-Led Q&A: An Intimate Chat with Ken & Madeleine Blanchard

Wednesday, June 19th17:00 EST

Kenneth H. BlanchardMadeleine Homan BlanchardCoach-Led Q&A: An Intimate Chat with Ken & Madeleine Blanchard

Wednesday, June 19th17:00 EST

Ken Blanchard is one of the most influential leadership and management gurus of all time. He has published over 60 books and is the 3rd. best selling business author of all time. He is natural coach and has been sought out for his coaching for over 40 years. Ken’s true gift is his servant leader mindset and his intuitive coach approach. In this session, coaches will have an opportunity to ask Ken their burning questions about his astonishing success in the training and development business empowering them to immediately apply the knowledge and skills they have gained from the session with their clients.

Dorie ClarkCoach Led Q&A with Marketing Expert, Dorie Clark

Thursday, July 18th9:00 EST

Dorie ClarkCoach Led Q&A with Marketing Expert, Dorie Clark

Thursday, July 18th9:00 EST

Participants will find themselves part of a fully-immersive, interactive learning experience, by seizing the opportunity to put their questions to formidable coaching and marketing expert, Dorie Clark, one of the world’s leading influencers in marketing for coaches.

During this engaging, deep-dive session, participants will be able to 'ask Dorie anything' and dig deep into her expertise and experience as one of the World's most recognised brand strategist - empowering them to immediately apply the knowledge and skills they have gained in their own coaching practise.

Marcia ReynoldsCoaching Demonstration with Marcia Reynolds - Using Reflective Inquiry vs Asking Questions

Thursday, August 8th17:00 EST

Marcia ReynoldsCoaching Demonstration with Marcia Reynolds - Using Reflective Inquiry vs Asking Questions

Thursday, August 8th17:00 EST

“Question seek answers; inquiry provokes insight.” from the Coach’s Guide to Reflective Inquiry

From the early years of building the International Coach Federation, coaching was intended to be a Reflective Inquiry process, not just asking questions. The well-known coaches that say they would be judged poorly by the ICF for how they coach aren’t even aware of this distinction. Yet many of the competencies include words such as noticing, sharing observations and intuitions, and identifying emotional shifts. Even offering information is acceptable if not intended to bias the client’s response. Reflective techniques prompt the client to critically look at their thoughts and beliefs. These practices can quickly create new awareness and reveal a path forward with or without a follow-up question.

The coach doesn’t have to fretfully search for well-crafted questions to have an effective, even breakthrough, coaching conversation.

This conversation and coaching demonstration will expand your view of powerful coaching. Attending this session can help to demystify coaching and bring clarity to the concept of mastery in the coaching process. We will also explore some of the crazy coaching beliefs that have been taken as truths over the years. The session might spark some lively debate! Coaching mastery is a journey we are still defining. Come watch the demo and add to the conversation.

Alan EagleCoach Lead Q&A with Alan Eagle on Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley’s Bill Campbell

Thursday, August 22nd9:00 EST

Alan EagleCoach Lead Q&A with Alan Eagle on Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley’s Bill Campbell

Thursday, August 22nd9:00 EST

The team behind How Google Works returns with management lessons from legendary coach and business executive Bill Campbell, whose mentoring of some of our most successful modern entrepreneurs has helped create well over a trillion dollars in market value. Participants will find themselves part of a fully-immersive, interactive learning experience, by seizing the opportunity to put their questions to Google Director, Alan Eagle.

During this engaging, deep-dive session, participants will be able to 'ask Alan anything' and dig deep into his experience and knowledge of being a Director at Google, and working alongside one of the greatest and most influential coaches of our time, Bill Campbell.

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