NORTH BAY: Trends in Coaching, a Panel Discussion

  • 17 Nov 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Sonoma County Volunteer Center 153 Stony Circle #100, Santa Rosa CA Classroom A
  • 5

Registration

  • Current Golden Gate Chapter AND National Members - Please fill in your National membership ID# on the registration form.
  • Mt Diablo / Sacramento Chapter Members
  • If you are visiting this group for the FIRST time, you may write to Jon Pappas at Jon Pappas at jonnypappas@gmail.com for a FREE registration. If you choose to return, we encourage you to join the chapter!
  • SBODN-South Bay Organizational Development Network
    NSA – National Speakers Association
    BAODN – Bay Area Organizational Development Network
    BAHREC – Bay Area Human Resources Executive Council
    ICF – International Coaching Federation

Registration is closed
Hear from a panel of local coaches who represent different types and styles of coaching. For example, life style coaching, behavior coaching, executive coaching, and presentation skills coaching.

This interactive session will address trends in coaching such as external vs. internal coaching, virtual coaching, lifestyle coaching, and coaching skills for people managers. By the end of the session participants will be familiar with global trends in the coaching profession; will participate in a dialogue about the challenges and opportunities for professional coaches; and will explore strategies to take advantage of global trends. Some of the topics discussed include:
  • How do companies use coaching today?
  • Where is the coaching profession headed?
  • How is a successful coaching engagement measured?
  • How are coaching services marketed?
  • How do people get started in a coaching career?


PANEL:

Susannah Baldwin, PhD is a master trainer in the areas of leadership, facilitation, and presentation skills, with twenty years of experience implementing large-scale corporate initiatives, designing and facilitating strategic and operational planning meetings, and coaching managers and executives in leadership and presentation technique.

Teri Frangie is President of Frangie-Young Solutions and Vice President, Global Business Development, CoachSource, LLC. Teri is a business development executive who builds and leverages relationships to achieve two goals: to help organizations develop effective leaders; and to help organizations increase their results through innovative practices. Currently she is responsible for all new business and strategic relationships at CoachSource, the world’s most experienced leadership coaching company

David Lesser is coach and confidant to senior executives in a variety of fields. He has an MBA from London Business School. Formerly CEO of a $100m London-based real estate and construction group and executive director of a $40m worldwide not-for-profit, he combines a strong management pedigree with perceptive facilitation skills and clear insight in working with people.

Richard Levi is a Certified Integral Coach. Richard’s methodology is strongly influenced by the 3 essential ingredients of his entrepreneurial ventures: taking ownership; development and discernment; and a heightened sense of immediacy. These are the core competencies that consistently produce effective, well-honed ideas to be systematically implemented, creating a framework for success for individuals and companies alike.

Mark Mooney is leadership development and training facilitator, Master Somatic Coach, and personal transformation master teacher. He specializes in creating depth for individuals, couples, teams and organizations that leads to fundamental change.



Schedule
5:30 – Check-in and networking, light snacks provided
6:00 – Event
7:30 – end

PLEASE RSVP BY NOVEMBER 10

Questions? Contact Karen Petit at kpetit@agloan.com

Since first time guest/visitors are free, please request your one-time guest admission by writing to Jon Pappas at:
jonnypappas@gmail.com

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