CEC: Vision and Perspective

  • Tuesday, November 17, 2020
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Virtually via ZOOM
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CCEU's: .5 Core Competencies; 1.0 Resource Development


November 17, 2020

“Everyone ends up somewhere in life. A few people end up somewhere on purpose. Those are the ones with vision.” Andy Stanley

Possessing a vision has turned defeat and failure into overwhelming success and fulfillment. What’s more, a vision is responsible for the amazing wonders of human ingenuity we have come to know and appreciate.

We understand the power that a vision has for others, yet have we considered how a personal vision can alter the trajectory of our lives, coaching practices, and relationships? What could change if you had a vision that challenges you?

As part of this Cutting Edge Conversation, we will explore the 5 Elements of a Vision that will encourage you to establish your own vision or refuel you to realize one that you already have. 

We will also explore what role that Perspective plays in your life and practice as well as its relationship to your Impact in the world.

“The question is not what you look at, but what you see.” Henry David Thoreau

Have you ever been stuck, not able to see a way forward or way out?  What about your clients – do they show up stuck sometimes?  I find when I am stuck and ask for help, what generally shows up is a new perspective.  A different way of looking at the same situation.  

  • How often do you reframe situations for your client?  What value do you think it brings to help them see a different perspective, or gift in an event or interaction?

  • What do you think perspective has to do with the impact you want to have in the world?

We’d like to invite you to join us for this Cutting Edge Conversation to explore the subjects of Vision and Perspective.

Facilitators: Ralph Plaskett, ACC and Carol Locke, ACC

Ralph has been called an open and transformational coach with the superhuman ability to draw out the positive from just about any situation from his peers and clients alike. His coaching skills bring out the best in people while fostering authentic change and deep learning of his clients. He is an ICF accredited coach who graduated from George Mason University’s program entitled “Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being.” What’s more, he has spent decades cultivating his study and practice of human development.

Having undergone his own personal transformation, Ralph has committed himself to the research, education, and facilitation of human transformation through his organization, The Plaskett Institute, LLC. As a transformational coach and consultant, he’s had a front-row seat to the compelling work of transformation for individuals, teams, and organizations.

Ralph’s goal is to provide a positive shift for those seeking to trade frustration for clarity, fear for optimism, and confusion for confidence.

Carol is an ICF ACC credentialed coach with a focus on leadership development for new IT managers. She worked in the information technology industry for 25 years before pursuing her passion of coaching full time. Carol combines her professional world experience, along with lessons she’s gleaned from her many coaches, to help her clients realize their full potential. Carol completed her coach education through Healthcare Coaching Institute. When she’s not coaching, Carol enjoys cycling, reading, and spending time with her family. Her husband of 30+ years, John, is the love of her life and her biggest supporter.

Registration Fees:  ICF-Raleigh is pleased to offer this event at no cost; however, advance registration is required.  Please note registration is limited to 20 participants.  Register early to ensure your seat!

Please contact us, if you want to facilitate a Cutting Edge Conversation event.

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