Conflict Management Coaching: Coaching Clients Through the Chaos of Conflict
Cinnie Noble, PCC
CCEUs: 1 Core
When: 11/5/18, 7pm-8:30pm Eastern
When clients raise concerns about interpersonal conflicts they are experiencing in their professional and personal lives, many coaches find it challenging to know what coach-approach is optimal. Please join our webinar on November 5 when conflict specialist and certified coach Cinnie Noble will share her experience about what she discovered in her research and her coaching practice that helps clients through the chaos of conflict.
Cinnie will discuss her evidence-based CINERGY® model of conflict management coaching (also known as conflict coaching) specifically designed to help clients optimize their ability to engage in conflict and to do so with increased confidence and competence. Considering coaching, neuroscience and conflict management principles in the creation of this model, Cinnie will also share a coaching tool she created that works to increase clients’ insights and broaden their perspectives.
Coaches will learn what distinguishes this form of coaching from others and consider how three coaching competencies – planning and goal setting, establishing trust and intimacy with the client, and questioning skills –support its application.
• Understand how a linear coaching model facilitates the way through conflict for our clients.
• Understand the principles that inform conflict management coaching and specifically the CINERGY® model.
• Learn what distinguishes this form of coaching.
This course will address the following core competencies:
· Establishing Trust and Intimacy With the Client
· Powerful questioning
· Planning and goal setting
Cinnie Noble is a former lawyer who currently works as a mediator and coach (PCC). She developed the CINERGY® model of conflict management coaching in 1999, and is author of two coaching books: Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY™ Model (2011) and Conflict Mastery: Questions to Guide You (2014 ). Cinnie and her team coach and train coaches worldwide using her unique and well-researched model. A former board member of ICF Toronto, Cinnie co-hosted ICF’s Conflict Management Coaching Community of Practice (global) from 2008-2016 and has presented for numerous ICF chapters worldwide. She is passionate about helping people find their way through conflict and teaching others to do so. www.cinergycoaching.com
November 9, 2018
Location: Carilion Riverside III 2A
Presenter: Sacil Armstrong
Presentation Title: Creativity and Empowerment Coaching Using the Zentangle Method
The Zentangle© Method
The Zentangle© Method is a fun and simple way to create beautiful abstract art, using repeating patterns called tangles. You create tangles using a combination of 5 shapes – dots, lines, C and S-curves, and imperfect circles – you can create hundreds of tangle patterns. Zentangle art is non-representational, so you can focus on each mark and not worry about the result. Not knowing what the final product will look like frees you from expectations. Once you know the method, you will likely enjoy increased focus, creativity, self-confidence and an increase sense of well-being.
Sacil Armstrong is a Creativity & Empowerment Coach with art & being. She has over 25 years of experience with facilitation, community engagement, creativity, and a lifetime of intuitive awareness. She specializes in personal coaching using art, successfully serving clients from 8 to 98 years old, as well as groups, organizations, and corporate teams.
Her clients tame their anxiety, recognize stress triggers, and gain confidence as they practice being present explore their own creativity. Her art has been featured in several books, including The Beauty of Zentangle and 500 Tangled Artworks.
You can find her online at artbeingva.com
You may issue approval to each attendee for the following hours:
A portion of the content described is considered teaching a tool or resource. This portion is Resource Development.
No Registration fee. Bring your own lunch.
Richmond - Leading Through Complexity: Seeing Through 7 Ethical Lenses
Linda Fisher Thornton
CCEUs: Core Competencies 0.5; Resource Development 0.5
Increasing complexity is driving the need for better leadership thinking. It’s not just knowledge we need - it’s also insight, putting things into perspective in a meaningful way. Since today’s issues are complex, we will need a way of thinking about them that helps us see the richness of the full picture. In this interactive session, Leading in Context CEO Linda Fisher Thornton will share the 7 Lenses Model of Ethical Leadership introduced in her book 7 Lenses: Learning the Principles and Practices of Ethical Leadership.
Linda has been in the leadership development field for over 25 years and is an Adjunct Associate Professor for the University of Richmond SPCS. Her book is currently used to develop leaders on several continents and is required reading at prominent universities. She will share insights from her recent work that take our understanding of “good leadership” to a higher level of complexity. Coaches will gain insights that apply to their own ethical choices and to coaching others to apply ethical thinking.
Discussion Topics Include:
• Why don’t we agree on one definition of ethical leadership?
• The need for a higher level understanding of leadership
• “Seeing” in multiple dimensions helps us make better choices
• The 7 Lenses of Ethical Responsibility
• Intro to the Four Quadrants and 14 Guiding Principles of Ethical Leadership
• Insights into developing ethical leaders (who can handle complexity)
• Implications for coaching
At the end of the presentation, participants will have an understanding of:
Linda Fisher Thornton is leading a movement to Unleash the Positive Power of Ethical Leadership. Linda is CEO of leadership development firm Leading in Context LLC and Adjunct Associate Professor of Applied Ethics and Global Leadership for University of Richmond SPCS. Her book 7 Lenses is a practical guide to a higher level of leadership with the ethical values built in.
Linda's focus is on upgrading ethical thinking skills by applying multiple lenses of ethical responsibility. She tells the human story of the kind of leadership we need - fully inclusive, respecting differences, and building trust inside organizations and across boundaries. Her Leading in Context blog is in the Top 100 Most Socially Shared Leadership Blogs (CMOE) and she is in the Inc. Top 100 Leadership Speakers for 2019. Her website is LeadinginContext.com.
12:30 – 1:45pm: Speaker presentation
1:45 – 2:00pm: Additional networking for those interested
Join us for a follow up conversation of our September 14 program with Linda Fisher Thornton. Please plan to discuss the program and her book 7 Lenses: Learning the Principles and Practices of Ethical Leadership on Tuesday, October 2 at 7:00 pm ET. We will meet on Zoom.
The book can be purchased at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Lenses-Learning-Principles-Practices-Leadership-ebook/dp/B00H22IGLY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1532979250&sr=8-1&keywords=7+lenses+learning+the+principles+and+practices+of+ethical+leadership
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Talent Development Practitioners Conference
A Day of Learning: December 1, 2018
More Information & Registration on https://www.midatlantictdpc.com/
ICF Member Code: ICFVA18
2019 ICF VA Winter Social!
Come join us on January 10th from 5:30pm until 7:00pm for a coaching social to celebrate the accomplishments we’ve made in 2018 as a chapter and as individuals. And, we’ll look ahead to 2019 and all the great things we’ll accomplish!
Be thinking of a word that might represent your aspiration and/or intention for the coming year. If you have gained traction with that intention for January – share it to inspire others for the rest of the year!
515 Stone Mill Dr,
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Food and beverages will be served.
This event is FREE!
ICF Virginia Charter Chapter