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Speaker Event: Trust the Process

When:
Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 6:00 PM until 8:30 PM
Where:
Metropolitan Ballroom
5418 Wayzata Blvd
Minneapolis, MN  55416

(612) 238-4444
Category:
Speaker Events
Registration is required by December 10, 2018
Payment In Advance Only
No Fee
$40.00

SPEAKER:       Jennie Antolak, MA, MCC

 

DATE:              Tuesday, December 11, 2018

 

TIME:              6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

CEU’s:             2 Core Competencies

                                     

LOCATION:    Metropolitan Ballroom           REGISTER

 

PROGRAM:

Most of us would deny we ever rescued a client.  We faithfully recite the statement, “We believe our clients are resourceful and they have the answers inside of them.”  However, when the stakes are high, we are tempted to step in and expand awareness for them.  We think we are simply helping by sharing a story, providing a bit of information, or suggesting alternatives in hopes that our efforts wake people up to better outcomes or solutions.  The reality is the opposite often happens. When we step in, we remove their opportunity to discern what is important, discover their path forward and develop self-efficacy and resiliency. This keeps them playing small in the world and limited to the information we imparted on them rather than them stumbling and learning from each experience. In addition, it greys the lines of coaching, impacts the coach’s personal credibility and ultimately, extends into the perception and validity of the entire coaching field. 

 

Join us in hearing compelling stories, supporting data and the value of releasing responsibility. Attendees will see how allowing clients to falter can help them better find their way to a greater story.

 

ICF Core Competencies Addressed:

 

  • ICF Competencies addressed include: 1) Establish the Coaching Agreement, 2) Powerful Questioning, 3) Direct Communication, and 4) Creating Awareness

     

    Objectives:

  • Understand the possible negative effect a coach can have on a client when s/he influences the session vs. trusting the person and the process.
  • Further develop coaching skills to expand perspective for the client without having to insert personal perspective or guidance.
  • Re-engage and further believe in the power of coaching.


Meet Jennie Antolak:

Jennie Antolak is co-founder and President of Learning Journeys, a coaching certification institute committed to protecting the standards, ethics, and credibility of coaching throughout the world. Jennie co-developed and teaches the practitioner level (ACTP approved), mastery level, and narrative coaching certifications. When she is not teaching or coaching, Jennie is continually developing coaching tools and materials to ensure coaches have access to relevant and reliable resources.

 

Jennie holds a B.A. in Communications, M.A. in Organizational Leadership and is credentialed as a Master Certified Coach (MCC) through the International Coach Federation.

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Jason Jones ICF-MN fills my bucket!! I look forward to the in person meetings to connect with my tribe of coaches and enjoy the way of being only coaches embody. It energizes me. https://s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Jason_Jones_1992631113.jpg
Bev Lutz ICF membership provides incredible professional networking opportunities, professional and personal growth, and opportunities to explore my strengths as I volunteer in service of my profession.  My chapter really helps me stay current with coaching, thought leadership, and learn-n-earn (CEU’s) from professional development events.  But it’s the supportive coach-friends and collaborators who have made membership for me priceless. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/BevLutz1_669008720.jpg

Irene Kelly

Being a member of ICF offers me the opportunity for certification by the industry professional standard bearer; being a member of ICF Minnesota connects me to my professional peers for networking and collaboration.  Membership in both establishes me as “credible” and provides me opportunities to learn and grow.

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Mary Kay Delvo  

Being a member of ICF-Minnesota helps me continue to bring my 'best self' to my clients.

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Trish Perry ICF-MN gives me a place to authentically connect and share with other coaches. I have created long lasting friendships, collaborations and mentorships that have profoundly enriched my life and my business. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Trish_Perry_25161695.jpg
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Lance Hazzard I chose to get involved with the ICF Minnesota Chapter to be part of a community of coaches who help our clients grow and achieve their goals. This organization brings great content to our coaching community and enables opportunities to learn and collaborate in multiple ways. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Lance_Hazzard_1065569928.jpg