CEC: New ICF Competencies. Excitement or Fear?

  • Wednesday, May 27, 2020
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Virtually via ZOOM
  • 6

Registration

  • ATD-RTA & TODN Members


CCEU's: 1.5 core competencies and .5 resource development

This event will be held virtually via ZOOM

New ICF Competencies
Excitement or Fear?

Wednesday, May 27, 2020
4:30-6:00pm

NOTE:  Once you register you will receive a confirmation email that will contain a .pdf handout.  Review the handout and watch the six minute video link within the handout as pre-work for this CEC.

ICF has updated the Core Competencies with the expectation of rolling those out next year.  There are a range of reactions to the new Core Competencies so we want to discuss where you fall.  Are you excited about the changes or are you feeling a little bit of fear?

We want to explore some of these questions:

  • How do you feel about this change?
  • Which of the changes are you most uncomfortable with and why?
  • Which of the changes do you welcome?
  • What are you doing to prepare for these changes?
  • What would you like to see the chapter do to help you prepare for these changes?
  • Are there any other ways you would like to be supported as we go through these changes?
  • Are there any other ways you would like to be supported as we go through these changes?
  • How will this impact me if I am working toward a credential?
  • What re-training will be required?

Facilitator: Kathleen O'Grady, PCC, CALC

Kathleen O’Grady is the self-made authentic leader, and positively disruptive pioneer, responsible for launching Raleigh Coaching, LLC in 2008 and Raleigh Coaching Academy in 2013. 

As an Authentic Leadership Coach and coach trainer, Kathleen spends her days challenging people and organizations to overcome their limiting beliefs to reach their full authentic power. By embracing change, Kathleen believes everyone can achieve something extraordinary. She provides real-world stories, practical tools, and actionable insights to help clients step out of their comfort zone, challenge inner fears, and use their uniqueness to create purpose in their life and work. Kathleen’s mission is to develop leaders and companies that honor individual authenticity, creativity, and innovation. She cares deeply about each one of her clients and is motivated to see them achieve excellence and succeed. 

Driven to increase her level of impact, she later launched Raleigh Coaching Academy™ (RCA) to credibly educate and foster coaches who share her commitment to the ethical integrity of the coaching field. RCA's Certified Authentic Leadership Coaching (CALC) program, dedicated to honoring individual uniqueness is the most competitive edge one can harness, is the only International Coach Federation (ICF) approved coach specific training in the world designed for Authentic Leadership.   

Kathleen's contribution as two-time Past President of the Raleigh-Area Chapter of the International Coach Federation Board of Directors, as well as various other committee and advisory roles, helped lead the chapter towards receiving multiple Global Awards from ICF. She is a graduate of The Business Coaching Certificate Program at NC State University and also studied Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) through Duke Integrative Medicine.  She holds the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential through the International Coach Federation, as well as multiple assessment certifications. Kathleen's work has been featured in web articles by the NYTimes.comHuffingtonpost.comForbes.com, and eFinancialCareers.com

Registration Fees:
1.  Members:  Free
2.  Affiliates:  Free
3.  Partners:  ATD-RTA & TODN:  Free
4.  Guests:  Free

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