The iCF definition of "Embodies a Coaching MIndset" is: Develops and maintains a mindset that is open, curious, flexible and client-centered.
In this session we are going to explore what this competency really looks and feels like in real time for both the client and the coach.
There are eight (8) attributes/qualities ICF expects from coaches - we'll review them all and...
We'll discuss challenges you may have had as a coach
We'll share ideas and experience that can help overcome those challenges
There will be a great opportunity for "peer coaching" during about 30 minutes of this session.
CCEUs will be available for this program: 1.5 Core Competencies
Roxi Bahar Hewertson is a leadership expert, Presence-Based® and ICF Certified PCC executive
coach, and organizational development expert with more than three decades of practical experience in
the worlds of higher education, business, and non-profits. She is the CEO of Highland Consulting
Group, Inc. and author of two highly-acclaimed books, "Hire Right, Fire Right: A Leader's Guide To
Finding And Keeping Your Best People" (Rowman & Littlefield 2020) and "Lead Like it
Matters...Because it Does" (McGraw-Hill 2014). With a successful career focused on developing high
performing leaders, Roxi is a foremost authority on helping executives and managers create thriving
teams and work cultures that achieve stellar results. Her no nonsense, practical, tell-it-like-it-is insights
have graced the TEDx stage and been featured by premier media outlets as well as a regular blog for
SHRM. She holds a MPS from Cornell University where she served as Adjunct Faculty in the School
of Industrial and Labor Relations, and as a Senior Administrator. She has worked with and coached
senior and mid-level leaders in technology, projects and facilities, rapidly growing businesses, public
and higher education, engineers and architects, health care professionals, fundraising, and more. You
can connect with Roxi online at www.HighlandConsultingGroupinc.com.