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"Responsive Behaviors in Coaching Conversations" -- Coaching Community of Practice, Friday, September 16, 2022

  • Friday, September 16, 2022
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom meeting

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  • First-time Guests who have never attended a GOOD Network meeting
  • Returning guests who have attended a free meeting will pay at $35.00 meeting fee.

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"Responsive Behaviors in Coaching Conversations"


Coaching Community  of practice Meeting -  September 16, 2022 

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM


PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

One distinguishing quality of the coaching professional is facilitating the client’s wisdom. To do so, the coach must work with and respond to what the client presents rather than setting the agenda or content of the coaching conversation for the client.

During the workshop, we will explore the meaning of responsiveness and demonstrate how to do it. Attending this session will build confidence in building capacity for responsive behaviors in coaching.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

Karen M. Krueger

Karen has coached for several years, incorporating her human resources and communications experience. In 2020, Karen joined the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business as the graduate career coach. While coaching students and alumni, she also is building a new career advancement program.  Before joining USF, she coached MBA students at the University of Utah and North Carolina State University. In addition, she has coached people of all levels, ages, and stages, across industries, and within corporate and community organizations. Her approach to coaching is to “walk alongside” her clients, whether in career exploration, professional development, or job transition. Karen earned a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of South Dakota.

Giuseppe Totino

A Master Credential Coach with the ICF, Giuseppe is passionate about equipping organizations and individuals to create and live a coaching culture and developing professionalism in coaching. In addition to coaching executive clients, he mentors and teaches coaching in institutions, corporate settings, and at Georgetown and Miami universities.  He gives seminars around the Globe on coaching. He volunteers in the local Chapter and for Global ICF. He assesses coaching credential applications and is a Subject Matter Expert for updating the Competencies and assessment system. He is an ICF trainer of assessors globally.

Please feel free to contact Don Knagge, your Coaching CoP Leadwith any additional questions you may have.

LOCATION:  Zoom meeting details are included in your registration confirmation email. 


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