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What’s going on in our client’s head when he or she’s grappling with change? And what’s going on in our heads, when we’re trying to understand life from their point of view?

These are just a couple of the questions that Dr Patricia Riddell was able to answer for us at the latest International Café Coach.

For full article click here.

 

Dans le cadre de l’événement annuel d’ICF de la  Coaching week
Le 15 Mai 2017 de 14h à 18h30 à Lyon

« Le coaching pour mieux rebondir »

ICF Rhône-Alpes- Auvergne, en partenariat avec 60 000 rebonds

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Vidéo complète de la journée


Best-Of



Film de la Table Ronde
Introduction - Isabelle Pot Présidente ICF Antenne RAA
Table ronde avec nos invités
- Maïa Bourreille - Fondatrice et Directrice de l'association YOON)
- Philippe Rambaud - Fondateur de l'association 60 000 rebonds
- Claire Delepau - Chercheuse en philosophie, Membre associée de la SFCoach
- Vincent Boury - Coach ICF, Champion paralympique de tennis de table, Formateur de l'entreprise adaptée LMDES

Mai 2017 en Normandie :

Françoise Kourilsky était notre invitée le mardi 16 mai à Caen :
L'auteure du livre "du désir au plaisir de changer" a animé une conférence devant un public de 65 personnes, composé pour moitié de coachs et pour moitié de participants issus du monde de l'entreprise, et nous a convaincus concernant son "approche paradoxale pour dialoguer et provoquer le changement".

• Nos équipes de coachs ICF qui avaient effectué des coachings bénévoles dans les mini-entreprises EPA au cours des jours précédents ont soutenu les mini-entreprises EPA sur le Salon Régional à Caen le 17 mai.

• Plus de 25 rendez-vous pour les 7 coachs bénévoles qui ont assuré les entretiens de coaching le vendredi 19 mai à Rouen :
"c'est dingue", comme l'écrit une des bénéficiaires de ces entretiens ! Oui, c'est dingue comme avec quelques questions bien ciblées ou un bref exercice de photo-langage un coach certifié parvient à apporter un éclairage différent concernant une problématique maintes fois ressassée sur laquelle notre client tourne en rond !

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Visualisez les vidéos de notre Forum du Printemps du 13 mai 2017
sur la thématique de l’avenir du travail avec nos invités d’honneur

le philosophe, André Comte Sponville,
l’économiste Pierre Sabatier
et le spécialiste de la créativité et du numérique Nils Aziosmanov

 

Synthèse de la journée



Intervention d’André Comte Sponville


 

Intervention de Pierre Sabatier


 

Vision croisée d’André Comte Sponville et de Pierre Sabatier


 

Intervention de Niels Aziosmanoff

Table ronde de l’après-midi


 

Vidéo des jeunes

 

 

On the 1st of February last, ICF Paris International was privileged to host a breakfast meeting with Jackee Holder who is a leadership coach and coach trainer based in the UK. Jackee is a member of the NHS (National Health Service) Leadership Academy Coach register and qualified coach supervisor and member of the Coaching Supervision Academy faculty. Her love of writing began back in her early school days and she is the author of three non-fiction books and numerous articles on the value of reflective, expressive and therapeutic writing. She runs online journal writing courses and recently published, The Write Around The Trees Writing Map.

I had the good fortune to attend this meeting, and here I share my account of Jackee’s Reflective Writing Salon. 

A coach works in the shadow of his client’s light so how can s/he even consider that he might abuse his power. Is the coach conscious of how he might be using his power?

International Coaching Week 2016

Ethics is the underscore for the Coaching Relationship

During the International Coaching Week 2016 that took place from the 16th to the 21st of May I was fortunate enough to participate in a “conversation around ethics” with guest speaker Kees de Vries. This event was organised by ICF Paris International, part of the Paris IDF chapter under the presidency of Sabine Jordan-Dassonville. In this article I share my personal experience and what I took away from that conversation with Kees and the other participants. By Jo Leymarie, ICF Paris International

Alison HodgeICF chapter Paris Ile de France organised the second ICF Paris International breakfast meeting on 14th October last - in English. As a follow up, we are delighted to share with you this article on the event.

Our guest speaker this time was Alison Hodge from the UK, who presented highlights from her doctoral study on coaching supervision and we discussed together about how important it is for us as coaches to keep fit for purpose.

The event was attended by seasoned as well as relatively new coaches, coming from a wonderful variety of national and professional backgrounds. Various participants have shared with us that they had particularly appreciated the high-quality of the speaker and how this event contributes to their professional growth.

In view of the recent events in Paris, I would like to add a personal note about how important I think it is to look after our resilience and resourcefulness. 

For the participants we trust this article can serve them as a useful resource. For others, we hope this will be of interest to you. Enjoy reading!

For more information on ICF Paris International events, please contact Hellen Hettinga (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.) or Paul-Hervé Vintrou (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)

Warm greetings on behalf of the ICF Paris International team,

Hellen Hettinga

Téléchargez la synthèse du café coach «Keeping ourselves fit for purpose through reflecting on our coaching practice» - Dr. Alison Hodge

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