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International Coaching Week 2021

Building your Coaching Practice by John Spence

At 26 years old, John Spence was appointed as CEO of an international Rockefeller foundation, overseeing projects across 20 countries. Just two years later, Inc. Magazine named him one of America’s Up and Coming Young Business Leaders. John is also recognized as one of the Top 100 Business Thought Leaders in America, one of the Top 100 Small Business Influencers in America, one of the Top 50 Small Business Experts in America and one of the top 500 Leadership Development Experts in the World. The American Management Association named him one of America’s Top 50 Leaders to Watch along with Sergey Brin and Larry Page of Google as well as Jeff Bezos of Amazon.

He is also recognized by the highly prestigious Thinkers50 as one of the top eight in the world for their Distinguished Achievement Award.

Find out about John’s unique approach to coaching and what he believes it takes to create a thriving coaching practice.

Here’s what to look forward to:

  1. Discuss the four critical areas that every organization must focus on to build and maintain excellence.
  2. How to implement these ideas in your business?

Making the Complex… Awesomely Simple

John Spence is an author, international executive coach, professional development educator, virtual trainer, strategic planning facilitator, keynote speaker and developer of online learning programs. As a consultant and coach to organizations worldwide, from startups to the Fortune 10, John is dedicated to helping people and businesses be more successful by “Making the Very Complex… Awesomely Simple.”

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International Coaching Week 2021

How coaching contributes to business transformation

Find answers to questions such as, How can coaching contribute to business transformation ? And what criteria must coaching meet to be strategic ? What criteria must coaching meet to be strategic ? What could be the meaning of “strategic” ? You will hear some real experiences and try to form a framework of “conditions” that will help coaching become more strategic, for those who have ambitions in that direction.

Here’s what to look forward to?

  1. How to start coaching at the C-level
  2. How to let coaching “infect” the other levels as well.
  3. How coaching begins to serve strategic creativity, with lasting impact.
  4. How that sustainable impact can be observed and even “monitored”.

Coaching by itself is not strategic, but it can become a very powerful tool at the strategic level. This requires that the top of the organization practice coaching daily, to inspire other leaders to do the same. It also depends on their willingness to look beyond and deeper than one-to-one relationships between hours of coaching and results.

Once this is “in your culture,” you also need the willingness and ability to strategically converse and co-create. The more it is said that coaching is strategic, the less it usually is. The more people “do” coaching, whatever they call it, the more opportunity there is to move coaching from the elevator pitch level to a higher, more creative level.

About Karl Van Hoey

Karl Van Hoey is an ICF Master Certified Coach, Mentor Coach, Advisor and Keynote Speaker. His mission is to make the impact of his clients on strategy execution more sustainable, focussing on the human side.

His expertise is transforming leadership, leading transformation and HR. He has a long experience in corporate HR leadership and coaching. He has worked for  AXA, British American Tobacco, Ernst & Young (EY) and Sappi Fine Paper Europe.

In 2014, he founded his own consultancy and coaching practice. He joined Otolith as a partner in 2018.

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International Coaching Week 2021

Humble Crumbles by Sylvana Caloni

Humble Crumbles is purposely brief and easy to digest. It is designed to start a conversation and inquiry where budding and serial entrepreneurs as well as executives transitioning from the corporate world come to value the importance of attention, self-awareness and practice.

It combines the narrative of Paul O’Donnell’s journey as an entrepreneur and Sylvana Caloni’s observations and suggestions based on her dual lenses as an equity analyst and leadership coach. In this raw account Paul demonstrates strength in his vulnerability, and generosity in providing insights, so that others may mitigate or avoid the mistakes that he made. Humble Crumbles is a resource charting paths to entrepreneurial success.

About Sylvana Caloni

Sylvana Caloni, an Italian-Australian and have worked across international markets. She is well versed in cultural differences, standards and norms. She brings this appreciation of diversity and nuance, plus 15 years’ experience understanding senior managers and companies in global industries, to my Leadership Consultancy. Her background gives me a valuable edge and perspective as coach, mentor and facilitator for executives facing the challenges of leadership, team dynamics, creativity, accountability, productivity and cross-cultural communication.

She changed her career to focus on executive learning and development as the most effective way to generate workplaces of fun, learning, respect and creativity resulting in long term out-performance.

She progressed from equity analyst and funds manager to the head of global equity research teams and became an Executive Vice President at Bankers Trust Financial Group.

Humble Crumbles by Sylvana Caloni

Humble Crumbles is purposely brief and easy to digest. It is designed to start a conversation and inquiry where budding and serial entrepreneurs as well as executives transitioning from the corporate world come to value the importance of attention, self-awareness and practice.

It combines the narrative of Paul O’Donnell’s journey as an entrepreneur and Sylvana Caloni’s observations and suggestions based on her dual lenses as an equity analyst and leadership coach. In this raw account Paul demonstrates strength in his vulnerability, and generosity in providing insights, so that others may mitigate or avoid the mistakes that he made. Humble Crumbles is a resource charting paths to entrepreneurial success.

About Sylvana Caloni

Sylvana Caloni, an Italian-Australian and have worked across international markets. She is well versed in cultural differences, standards and norms. She brings this appreciation of diversity and nuance, plus 15 years’ experience understanding senior managers and companies in global industries, to my Leadership Consultancy. Her background gives me a valuable edge and perspective as coach, mentor and facilitator for executives facing the challenges of leadership, team dynamics, creativity, accountability, productivity and cross-cultural communication.

She changed her career to focus on executive learning and development as the most effective way to generate workplaces of fun, learning, respect and creativity resulting in long term out-performance.

She progressed from equity analyst and funds manager to the head of global equity research teams and became an Executive Vice President at Bankers Trust Financial Group.

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International Coaching Week 2021

What does it take to be Masterful in Coaching by Mel Leow

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be Masterful in Coaching? As a part of the International Coaching Week 2021, we present to you a model that will help you gain mastery in the coaching practice.

Too often coaches get caught up in the rigour of structure and models, whilst others focus on the practice of powerful questions. And yet some say it’s all about co-creating action steps and solutions. What is really true?

In this session, you will be exposed to simple truths to help you take steps toward your Coaching “paradigm shift”.

Here are just 3 key areas of discovery:

  1. The Coaching Mindset
  2. The Layers of Perspective
  3. The Pillars of Mastery

There will also be a short time to practice “Being Masterful”.

About Mel Leow

Mel Leow is a believer of learning and growth, and had the privilege to glean from greats like John C. Maxwell and the late Sir John Whitmore, and is certified as a Stakeholder Centred Coach with Marshall Goldsmith, Master NLP Practitioner with Dr. Richard Bandler, and psychometric assessments like The Leadership Circle, Hogan, iWAM, LAB and VSQ.

He brings 4500+ hours of Executive and Team Coaching experience. He is a co-author of three books “Bring Out Their Best”, “ Coach Wisdom” ( Volume II), “ The Calling” and an author of the upcoming book “ Engage– How To Stop Living In Default and Start Living the Life You Desire”.

In August 2020, Mel launched his first Podcast Interview show #100MASTERCOACHES which features Master Coaches around the world.

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International Coaching Week 2021

Ongoing Learning and Development as a Coach by Nadezhda Mihaylova

The updated Core Coaching Competencies Model of the International Coaching Federation includes a new and profoundly important competency – Embodies a Coaching Mindset. It focuses the attention and responsibility of the coach not only at mastering the skills and toolkits of coaching but also at developing genuine self awareness, and openness, and curiosity to learn about oneself first. It sets the journey of personal growth and development among the highest and utmost important standards of professionalism that guarantees sustainable impact and success of the entire coaching process for each coaching client.

Here’s what to look forward to:

  1. Gain understanding why immersing and fully engaging in personal self-development is one of the most important assets of a coach;
  2. Attain best practices shared by successful coaches on how to mentally and emotionally prepare for sessions to be able to maintain presence no matter what;
  3. Hear insights on how you can use your deep self-awareness and your intuition to benefit clients growth and breakthroughs during sessions;
  4. Experience a self-reflective practice that enhances the coach’s authenticity and personal coaching style in alignment with the professional standards.

Prepare for an honest conversation about ourselves, why we do what we do as coaches and how we may enhance the impact we create by committing to evolve as human beings.

About Nadezhda Mihaylova

Nadezhda is a professional certified coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF PCC) and has more than 20 years of experience in enhancing personal growth and leadership potential. She is a member of the elite international faculty of Erickson Coaching and is a lead facilitator of the renowned programs “The Art & Science of Coaching” and the innovative training series “Parent as Coach”.

Nadezhda’s experience includes 10 years of leading and empowering high performing teams in a highly competitive and benchmark-establishing business. She is adept with various approaches in enabling peak achievements and optimal performance in all areas of life. She attributes her success and happiness to her constant willingness to learn and grow both professionally and as a person.

In 2012, Nadezhda initiated and launched The Art & Science of Coaching Program of Erickson International for the first time in Bulgaria and acted as local organizer of the training for three years. Nadezhda started her coaching journey in Belgrade, Serbia with Erickson Coaching International’s The Art & Science of Coaching.

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International Coaching Week 2021

Nomadic Mindset for Coaches by Kevin Cottam

The International Coaching Week will be a culmination of moments of celebration. We present to you Kevin Cottam’s session about ‘Nomadic Mindset for Coaches’.

In the words of Kevin Cottam.

I dare you to evolve. We are navigating through an unprecedented time where the pandemic has disrupted everything. For this, everyone needs to evolve. Coaching expands you into the next evolution, especially when you tap into your Nomadic Mindset.

Here’s what to look forward to:

  1. I will take you on a colourful story-filled journey to uncover the meaning of the nomadic mindset.
  2. Two other mindsets; how the 3 brains relate to the mindsets
  3. How 6 qualities that you may have lost, live vibrantly in nomadic cultures (still, alert, listen, observe, curious, intuition) are vital for your coaching practice; plus more…

More about Kevin Cottam

Kevin Cottam, Canadian, Global Nomad dares and inspires dynamic leaders and organisations to expand, evolve MoveON to greatness. He is a Professional Speaker, Executive Coach, Author and the originator of the Nomadic Mindset. A former elite choreographer to World and Olympic Figure Skating Champions and director of multi-million dollar productions including the 1988 Olympic Closing Ceremonies. Kevin believes we have become too narrow in our thinking and behaviours and we need to expand our innate global thinking to create the next evolution interconnecting humanity and economic practices for a sustainable future.

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