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Going Deeper Into Coaching Competencies Using the PCC Markers

Friday, February 8, 2019, 7:45 AM until 10:00 AM
Indiana Wesleyan University
4100 Rockside Road
Independence, OH  44131

(216) 525-6160
Paula Chotlos
Monthly Program
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Or At Event
Cancellation Policy:
No refunds will be provided. In the event that a guest needs to cancel, the guest fee will be applied to the following month’s program.
No Fee
There are as many styles of coaching as there are coaches in the world.  The Art of Coaching is about bringing your authentic self to a conversation and dancing with whatever shows up in your client. Coaching is a profession, with standards and principles and frameworks we can apply to distinguish it from therapy, consulting, training, etc.  We call that the Science of Coaching; the best coaching blends both.

In this session, led by two veteran coach trainers and assessors, we will dive into the Science side via the behavioral markers that help shape good coaching sessions.  Following a brief introduction to the Markers, you will engage in an observed coaching session then process the experience thru a new lens.  We hope you will leave with a new observation or tip to help you feel more competent in your coaching conversations.

What you can expect?

1. Understand why the PCC Markers were created and their relationship to the ICF core competencies and ICF certification.
2. Learn the key coaching principles and skills embedded in the PCC Markers that can improve the quality and outcomes of your coaching.
3. Identify the PCC Marker skills you want to improve.
4. Hands-on practice applying them in a coaching session.

Continuing Coach Education (CCE):
1.5 ICF Core Competency CCEs


Jim Smith Jim Smith, PCC, The Executive Happiness Coach®
, is a global provider of executive coaching and culture transformation. Jim’s passion is to create a Happier world and workplace, one Leader at a time. Jim has coached leaders from 29 countries and six continents to build greater leadership effectiveness and presence. He serves as a Mentor coach for two coaching schools (Newfield Network, US, and AsiaWorks, Singapore), and serves as an ICF Assessor for Newfield Asia’s executive coaching programme. He is a certified Body and Movement Practitioner through Movimiento Transformacional, based in Mexico. Jim is a co-founder and past two-term president of ICF Cleveland. He has published four books on Happiness, Leadership, and Coaching, and wants to travel to Asia more often.  He lives in a multi-generational compound and dances a little every day. Finally, Jim wants you to know this: he worships Dark Coffee, Dark Beer, and Dark Chocolate... and deeply believes that Happiness is a Decision, not an Event!

Juliann Spoth Juliann Spoth, PHD, MCC, GPCC™, BCC has over 30 years of experience in organizational development (OD) consulting and team and leadership coaching. In the process, Juliann has served clients in 18 diverse industries and a variety of organizations from Global and Fortune 50’s to small family-owned businesses. Her executive coaching practice has served leaders in 18 countries and 5 continents. Outside of her practice, Juliann promotes coaching and OD excellence through publications and presentations at national, regional and local professional organizations.