These bi-monthly groups will be interactive, allowing a vibrant discussion with peers on a predetermined ethical theme. Wendy-Ann will speak to the theme, then encouraging discussion of how the theme has been visible or experienced in your coaching practice. Group discussions will be respectful and held in the safe space of reflection, sharing and discovery of new potentials.
Topic: Agile Leadership with Teresa Ramos
Each Friday, members of our Fellow community meet to collaborate and discuss various coaching topics and resources. Our weekly group connects coaches from across the globe and meets at 7:30am EST. Every other Friday the group will provide the opportunity for a fellow member to present. This could include presenting a topic, coaching model, professional work, client case, or asking the group a question for discussion etc. On the other weeks, the zoom session will be open for members to have an open conversation. The group is hosted by Emily Terrani. If you would like to present, please contact Emily.
This event is exclusively for Fellows
Join IOC Thought Leader, Eric Kauffman, for a new discussion group on applying conscious leadership to coaching and leading. To serve as coaches to executives, we must raise our perceptions and prepare to meet, and exceed, the expectations of conscious leadership.
We'd like to invite you to join us for an important discussion on the issue of race, equity and inclusion in the field of coaching, specifically as it relates to black women coaches. However, this discussion is open to all, regardless of race or gender.
Read Research Dose
Margaret Moore, co-founder and chair of the Institute of Coaching (IOC), is leading discussion groups to inspire, support and connect with IOC members. The groups bring coaches together from across the globe to explore and learn together, often featuring an important coaching topic, article, or book.
Join Jan Rybeck on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 12:00pm EST for a discussion on Vertical Leadership Development and Coaching.
Membership Benefits Discussion, Tour and Q&A
Are you curious about all the benefits available to you as a member of the IOC? Would you like to better understand how to fully take advantage of the IOC’s resources? Do you have questions about how these resources can be personally tailored to your coaching practice? If so, join Emily Terrani in her upcoming bi-monthly membership benefits tour & discussion group that will focus on reviewing the IOC’s abundance of membership resources.
During the hour-long Zoom session, you will have the opportunity to participate in a virtual guided tour of the Institutes’ resources and website, get your membership benefits questions answered, and interact with other IOC members. We will walk you through all of the resources available to you as a member of the IOC and the different ways you can utilize your membership for learning, professional development and community. Bring your questions as we are eager to help you optimize your IOC membership experience.
This month's theme: Dr. Rothouse will discuss the three primary challenges involved with creativity: Where do I start? What should I do next? How do I finish? The Syncreate model tackles each of these questions by breaking the creative process down into three main components: Play, Plan, and Produce.
Join Emily Terrani and Austin Matzelle from the Institute of Coaching team for virtual coffee and tea in a relaxing, yet engaging conversational Zoom meet and greet. During each hour-long chat, you will have the opportunity to connect with other IOC members to make deeply personal and professional connections, discuss emerging coaching topics, and learn more about the IOC resources and benefits. We look forward to seeing you there.
We will meet every other Thursday at 12:00pm EST. Register and receive the recurring meeting invitation - join when you can!
Tricky case forum is a place for seasoned coaches to learn together from the cases that stump us. Each hour session will use the power of inquiry to unpack a case that one coach finds to be particularly tricky for them. "Tricky" means that it is a coaching case or situation that sticks with them in some way, there is something about it that either triggers the coach, rubs them the wrong way, or for some reason, keeps coming back to mind as a challenge and, of course, opportunity.
The IOC is a global community of coaches.