IOC Roundtable Learning Event - Los Angeles

July 15, 2021 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
Zoom Virtual Meeting

Effects of Neuro-diverse & Neuro-normal in Coaching

Please join Eileen Coskey Fracchia, IOC Strategic Advisor and Roundtable Leader, and the Host Committee, David Bishop, Karen Casanovas, and Lisa D. Foster for our 17th West Coast Roundtable, Thursday, July 15, 2021, 8:00 am – 10:00 am PST.

Our topic is centered around the Effects of Neurodiverse / Neurotypical in Coaching, (from both the Coachee and Coach perspectives). As the pace of change increases we as Coaches and our Coachees benefit when we can be more flexible and adapt to the needs of an increasingly diverse workplace. This includes a growing awareness of and adaptability to different ways of thinking.

As a Roundtable community, we will connect around understanding the role Coaches play in finding ways to honor and learn from people who see the world through very different lenses in the sometimes chaotic processes of exploration and innovation.

During our conversation, we will discuss:

  • As Coaches how can we be more open and adaptable to the various ways people process information and live life?
  • How does this topic shift our coaching methodology and do we need to rewire ourselves as Coaches?
  • How can we as Coaches make coaching a safe space for everyone?

Eileen and the Host Committee are committed to the IOC mission - to disseminate the best coaching science and empower you to catalyze positive change in yourself, your community, and the world around you. Neurodiversity, Neurotypical, in Coaching… we hope you find this as interesting as we do and chose to participate. We are holding attendance to 50 people – so please be sure to register early.

If you have questions or need additional information, please email Eileen Fracchia or Tiffany Dally.

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Roundtable meetings promise:

  • A marketing-free, inclusive, and peer-based learning space for coaches to learn about and share new coaching concepts and research.
  • A community of coaching professionals to provide peer coaching and support for developing the “growing edge” of our respective capabilities.
  • Ways to apply the resources available through the IOC to real coaching situations through case consultation and group seminars.

The format is a series of three to four 2-hour events over the course of the year. Each session includes a topic facilitated by an IOC member, discussion of practice and application with that topic, along with case consultation and peer coaching depending on the topic and needs of the group.

HOST: IOC Strategy Advisor, Founding Fellow and West Coast Roundtable Leader

Eileen Coskey Fracchia, M.S.E. L. is founder and managing principal of El Camino Group, LLC, a strengths-based leadership, and organizational performance effectiveness firm. With over four decades of leadership and management experience, Eileen specializes in helping individuals and organizations realize their full potential and navigate their road to success.

Eileen has a strong track record of accelerating individuals, team, and organizational performance and has transformed countless leaders ranging from C-Suite level executives to emerging leaders and developed high impact organizations spanning small teams to expansive global organizations.  
As an adjunct faculty member of Loyola Marymount University teaching in the Executive MBA program, guest lecturer at other universities, and seated on many organizational Board-of-Directors, she is dedicated to serving her community and helping others to do the same. Eileen  is currently working with multiple clients, across business sectors nationally and globally. She and her partners are working on programs focused on integrating tested coaching and leadership philosophies with diversity and inclusion practices to bring about positive societal and cultural change.

Beyond her work as an executive coach, business consultant, community builder, and renowned speaker, Eileen is a Founding Fellow, Thought Leader, Strategic Advisor, and Roundtable Leader of the Institute of Coaching (IOC), at McLean, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate.   She and her husband Don are proud parents of their 3 adult children, and live in Los Angeles, California.