UpcomingWebinar Recording: Power of Inquiry

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MAF/AAF (Prepaid) $0.00 (USD)  
ICF Member $20.00 (USD)  
Non-Member $30.00 (USD)  


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  • Webinar Recording: Power of Inquiry
    July 1, 2018 - July 2, 2018
    8:00 am

Watch this previously-recorded webinar. CEU’s from ICF for recorded events are in the category of Resource Development, and can be requested after you watch the webinar. Instructions will follow in the email you receive after you register.

Cost: $20 ICF Members, $30 Non-members, free for pre-paid MAF and AAF members.

The Power of Inquiry – a webinar for coaches

Why are questions such a powerful tool in so many different kinds of human interactions?

  • building relationships
  • leadership
  • problem-solving
  • creativity
  • conflict management
  • training
  • active listening
  • and so many others

Why do coaches consider incisive questioning to be one of their most essential skills? Isn’t giving advice just as effective – and quicker – than asking all those questions? What makes a question powerful? What’s wrong with leading questions, anyway? Is there a neuro-biological basis for the power of questions? How do I formulate questions when I am not an expert; don’t I need to understand the content before I can ask effective questions? What is the difference between open and closed questions? Is it a bad question if there is no clear answer? What are the other factors that influence your questions? How do I construct the most powerful questions?

Do you have questions about questions? Regardless of your profession or position, the skillful use of questions can improve your impact. Join us for an interactive, experiential workshop where we’ll ask and answer questions about questions – and give you a chance to really develop and hone your skills.

Our Presenters:

valerie-s-libbyValerie S. Libby, JD, ACC

Valerie S. Libby is an ICF accredited and Gestalt Professional Certified Coach, working with executives and individuals to facilitate change in their professional and personal lives. Her focus is on mindful awareness, conscious choice in alignment with values and priorities, and moving from a place of personal power. Valerie assists her clients to mine their previously untapped wisdom, release or shift beliefs and/or behaviors that no longer serve them, and design a workable plan to achieve their goals. Valerie has been coaching clients across the U.S. for more than 15 years. Previously, Valerie was an attorney, special educator, and graduate school professor. The breadth of Valerie’s professional and personal experiences provides her with deep understanding of and compassion for the wide range of personal and professional issues clients are facing.

  • Company name:  Valerie S. Libby, Executive/Leadership and Life Coach, 71 Tide Mill Road, Portland, ME 04012
  • Email: valerieslibby@gmail.com
  • Phone: (207) 879-1771
  • Website: valerielibby.com
  • ICF Credential: ACC

sue-mcleod-jpgSue McLeod, PCC

Sue McLeod has been working with coaches for over 10 years as a coach, trainer, mentor, and assessor. She believes that all coaches have the potential to be masterful. When coaches use the skills from their coach training, are aware of what gets in their way, and engage in practice and reflection about their work, they can tap into their best coaching self. Sue’s coach training programs, retreats and mentor coaching provide safe spaces for coaches to be open and honest about the challenges they face, and motivation and support to overcome those challenges.

Sue holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF), a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) credential from the Coaches Training Institute (CTI). She is a faculty member for Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Certificate Program, teaches the Coaching Master Class (and online virtual program on the ICF Coaching Competencies), is a frequent facilitator for ICF NE live events, and is a PCC assessor for ICF.

  • Company: S E McLeod Services, LLC, 870 Washington Street, Bath, Maine 04530
  • Email: suemcleod9@gmail.com
  • Phone: 207-751-1689
  • Website: Coaching Master Class Blog
  • ICF Credential: PCC

Webinar link and dial-in information will be sent to you within 48 hours of the event, not directly after registering. Be sure you receive a registration confirmation.

 

Published by

Richard Stephen Janis

Rich Janis is a team and leadership effectiveness coach, organization development and change practitioner, researcher, adjunct faculty member, assessment and survey specialist. His areas of expertise include strategic and operational planning, workforce assessments, leadership and team development, organizational change leadership, and coaching. Workforce assessments focus on solutions for selecting, hiring, developing, managing, engaging, and retaining high-quality employees. He provides organizational change leadership assistance helping to plan, organize and prepare people for the implementation of change including new technology, business processes, organizational structures, job alignment, roles and responsibilities, leadership, skill and competency building. Rich has deep experience providing business, leadership and organization development services for a broad range of industries: medical, financial, health care, higher education, and insurance. He has worked as an internal director and as part of external consultant firms for both non-profit and for-profit organizations. A sampling of the organizations Rich has served includes Yale University, Boston University PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kaiser Permanente, Aetna, The Hartford Financial Services Company, and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Rich has completed a doctorate degree in Business Administration (DBA), Masters (MBA) in Business and Human Resource Management, Masters of Education (MEd) in Organizational Development, and Project Management from schools including Western New England College, American University, University of Massachusetts, Nova, Columbia, and George Washington Universities. His doctoral dissertation focused on leadership competencies and behaviors in the program and project management environment.