This is a group for those coaching healthcare professionals. It’s a place for networking, group learning, and support. Every month we focus on a relevant topic and/or engage in skill drills. Our goal is to grow together and improve our skills so that we can best serve the healthcare community.
Dr David Drake is partnering with the Institute on a year-long project to help us move beyond competency models in coaching. This discussion group is your opportunity to explore his work on The Five Maturities as a new paradigm for coach development. Sessions will focus on topics such as (1) why we need to align how we assess and develop coaches with what the research concludes make the most difference; (2) why maturity is often more important that mastery when it comes to client outcomes; (3) why we need to define ‘coach’ and ‘coaching’ in new ways now; and (4) why the five maturities and five masteries are key to advancing your craft and practice.
Join our vibrant community of global coaches in a virtual discussion group session. Engage in insightful conversations with IOC members to delve into emerging coaching topics, advance your coaching practice and personal growth as a coach, and foster deep personal and professional relationships.
We will meet every other Thursday at 12:00pm EST. Register and receive the recurring meeting invitation - join when you can!
Join us as we explore the vital intersection of coaching with the principles of Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI).
March and April Featured Book: Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well by Amy Edmondson
The IOC Invites you to join our Book Club, which will meet once a month on the first Thursday of every month. We will spend two meetings per book, one for a review of the major themes and the other for specialized topic dives related to your coaching practice.
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.
This event is exclusively for Fellows
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.
Topic: Biased: are you?
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.
The IOC is a global community of coaches.