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Evidence Based Coaching Symposium

Hosted by Fielding Graduate University.

Set yourself apart from others in the field with an Evidence Based Coaching (EBC) certificate. This multidisciplinary-based coach certification program can be completed in one year through a combination of online, teleconferencing, and face-to-face sessions. Fielding’s EBC is an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP)

 

Symposium Agenda

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The 2021 Evidence Based Coaching Virtual Symposium takes place May 5 and 6, 2021. The event is presented by Fielding Graduate University, an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program. [Download Printable Agenda]

Wednesday, May 5 through Thursday, May 6, 2021

8:00-8:10

(Pacific Time)

Welcome/Introduction: Carrie Arnold, Program Director Evidence-Based Coaching

Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC

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8:10-9:30

(Pacific Time)

SCALING CONSCIOUS LEADERSHIP (1.5 CCEUS in Resource Development)

Bob Anderson, Founder, Chairman, & Chief Development Officer Full Circle Group & The Leadership Circle

[Session will be held from 8:10 to 9:00 am, followed by a Q&A session from 9:00 to 9:30 am.]

This complex and massively disrupted time is stress-testing even the best of leaders and leadership teams.  Effective leadership has never been more difficult and more critical.  Every leader is challenged to up-level their game and that of everyone they lead.  Organizations now require a very high level of collective intelligence and effectiveness throughout the organization.  As coaches and consultants, our job is to help leaders scale the leadership capable of creating an emergent, thriving future in a highly volatile, uncertain and ambiguous business context.  In this presentation, you will:

  • Become familiar with a Universal Model of Leadership that deepens and accelerates development over a lifetime.
  • Learn how Stages of Consciousness translate into Levels of Leadership—Reactive, Creative, Integral.
  • Learn how each Level of Leadership progressively increases effectiveness complex contexts.
  • Hear about leaders who have transformed themselves and their organizations.
  • Learn the conditions required to transform organizations by scaling leadership.
Bob Anderson
Bob Anderson

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9:30-10:30

(Pacific Time)

Host Room: Fielding Graduate University

Program Director Carrie Arnold

Learn more about the coaching and other educational programs at Fielding with Program Director, Dr. Carrie Arnold & Erica Fichter, Director of Recruitment.

Erica Fichter
Erica Fichter, MBA, M.Ed.
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC

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9:30-10:30

(Pacific Time)

Sponsor Room: The Leadership Circle

Michael O’Connor

Learn more about the framework for better leadership development with Michael O’Connor.

 

Mike O'Connor
Mike O’Connor

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10:30-11:30

(Pacific Time)

Research Room: WHY COACHING SUPERVISION (1.0 CCEU: .5 CC & .5 RD)

Moderator: Sarah Evans

Learn what makes supervision different from peer-to-peer coaching or mentor coaching and find out what experts and research say about how coaching supervision can improve your practice.

Panelists: Sam Magill, Okokon Udo

Sarah Evans
Sarah Evans, PhD (cand), MCC
Sam
Samuel P Magill Sr., MBA, MCC
Okokon Udo, PhD, CMC, PCC, CPCC
Okokon Udo, PhD, CMC, PCC, CPCC
Lily Seto
Lily Seto, MA, PCC, ESIA

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10:30-11:30

(Pacific Time)

Practice Room: TEAM AND GROUP COACHING (1.0 CCEU)

Moderator: Deborah George Feres

Panelists: Traci Manalani, Cory Manalani

Explore two of the most leveraged forms of coaching: team coaching and group coaching. Learn how coach partners manage the similarities and differences when working with these two types of systems. Discuss what new skills are needed that go beyond individual coaching.

 

Traci
Traci Manalani, MA, PCC, ORSCC
Feres
Deborah George-Feres, PhD, PCC
Cory
Cory Manalani, MA, PCC

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11:45-12:00

(Pacific Time)

ENNEAGRAM SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR COACHING PRACTICE

Join a Sponsor Flash Talk Session and Learn about the Integrative Enneagram Solutions with Karl Hebenstreit

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R. Karl Hebenstreit, PhD, PCC, PHR
R. Karl Hebenstreit, PhD, PCC, PHR

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12:00-1:00

(Pacific Time)

Lunch Break

Please check out our Book Nook, Virtual Posters, and Flash Talks.

1:00-2:30

(Pacific Time)

THE GRAY AREAS OF COACHING: NEW WAYS TO LOOK AT ETHICS (1.5 CCEUs in Core Competency)

Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener, Positive Psychologist and New York Times Best Seller

[Session will be held from 1 to 2 pm, followed by a Q&A session from 2 to 2:30 pm.]

Although the vast majority of coaches would agree that ethics are important for responsible practice, there is little agreement about how ethics should be trained or used. What’s more, many coaches misconstrue professional ethics as “a list of rules” and experience the topic as boring or onerous. This presentation challenges this common understanding of ethics by reframing the topic as among the most relevant, useful, interesting, and responsible aspects of effective coaching. Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener will discuss common obstacles to ethical practice, problems with training professional ethics, and research on the topic. He will argue that it is the gray areas (such as marketing, having lunch with a client, or offering discounted services) that are the most likely places for coaches to run afoul of responsible practice. Robert will offer real case studies of ethical dilemmas and suggest possibilities for thinking through them.

Robert Field
Robert Biswas-Diener, PhD, PCC

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2:30-2:45

(Pacific Time)

Break

Please check out our Book Nook, Virtual Posters, and Flash Talks

2:45-3:45

(Pacific Time)

Research Room: HOT OFF THE PRESS COACHING BOOKS (1.0 CCEU in RD)

Moderator: Jenny Edwards

Hear from three authors and editors regarding the process of publishing new coaching research and scholarship; learn what new resources are hitting the market. Find out how these publications can improve your practice.

Panelists: Marjorie Woo, Terry Hildebrandt, Leni Wildflower

 

Terry
Terry H. Hildebrandt, PhD, MCC, MCEC
Marjorie Woo
Marjorie Woo, PhD, MCC
Wildflower
Leni Wildflower, PhD, PCC
Jenny
Jenny Edwards, PhD, ACC

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2:45-3:45

(Pacific Time)

Practice Room: COACHING FOR SOCIAL CHANGE (1.0 CCEU: .5 CC AND .5 RD)

Moderator: Kevin Nourse

Learn what experts say about what coaches need to pay attention to when it comes to social change. Find out what work coaches need to do on themselves first to be effective in this space.

Panelists: Charlyn Green-Fareed, Ron Cabrera, Ilene Wasserman

 

Ron Cabrera, Ph.D.
Ron Cabrera, PhD
Kevin Nourse, PhD
Kevin Nourse, PhD, PCC
Ilene C. Wasserman
Ilene C. Wasserman, PhD
charlyn
Charlyn Green Fareed, PhD, PCC, BCC, TICC

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3:45-4:00

(Pacific Time)

Break

Please check out our Book Nook, Virtual Posters, and Flash Talks

4:00-5:00

(Pacific Time)

Room 2 — Networking Breakouts

– Meet the EBC Faculty
– Connect with MCC Coaches and Supervisors
– Brand new to coaching forum
– Join Communities of Practice who focus on Diversity and Inclusion Coaching

 

8:00-8:10

(Pacific Time)

Day 2 Introduction: Carrie Arnold, Program Director Evidence-Based Coaching

Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC

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8:10-9:30

(Pacific Time)

COACHING SCIENCE & MOTION (1.5 CCEUs: 1.25 in Core Competency & .25 in RD)

Margaret Moore, Co-Founder/Chair, Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School affiliate

[Session will be held from 8:10 to 9:00 am, followed by a Q&A session from 9:00 to 9:30 am.]

The two important domains of coaching science are first, the science that supports coaching competencies, and second, the evidence base of coaching outcomes. Coach Meg will explore the first domain – the science of coaching competencies. She will present the science “in motion,” as brief tutorials coaches can share with clients and other stakeholders. The scientific building blocks include self-determination theory, positive psychology, mindfulness, emotional intelligence, goal-setting, and generative moments.

Margaret Moore
Margaret Moore, MBA

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9:30-10:30

(Pacific Time)

Sponsor Room: Keystone Group

Learn more about leadership coaching and the transformational work happening in China.

Marjorie Woo
Marjorie Woo, PhD, MCC

9:30-10:30

(Pacific Time)

Host Room: Fielding Graduate University

Program Director Carrie Arnold and Director of Recruitment Erica Fichter

Learn more about the coaching and other educational programs at Fielding with Program Director, Dr. Carrie Arnold & Erica Fichter, Director of Recruitment.

Erica Fichter
Erica Fichter, MBA, M.Ed.
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC

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10:30-11:30

(Pacific Time)

Research Room: CURRENT GAPS & FUTURE NEEDS IN EVIDENCE-BASED COACHING RESEARCH (1.0 CCEU: .5 CC & .5 RD)

Moderator: Laura Hauser

Learn what three research experts and journal editors have to say about the types of coaching research still needed.

Panelists include: Associate Editor for Consulting Psychology Journal, Research Lead for the Americas Coaching Supervision Network, and Editorial board member of the Philosophy of Coaching: An International Journal.

Panelists: Joel DiGirolamo, Francine Campone, Angela Wright

 

Laura Hauser
Laura Hauser, PHD, MCC
joel
Joel A. DiGirolamo, MBA, MS
Francine Campone
Francine Campone, EdD, MCC
Angela Wright
Angela Wright, MSc

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10:30-11:30

(Pacific Time)

Practice Room: PREPARING FOR YOUR MCC (1.0 CCEU: .5 CC & .5 RD)

Moderator: Carrie Arnold

Panelists: Julie Shows, Carly Anderson, Deepa Awal

Learn from MCC assessors about what is needed in your coaching approach, practice, and ‘being’ to become a Master Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation. Find out more about this transformational process and get your questions answered.

Julie Shows
Julie Shows, MCC
Deepa Awal
Deepa Awal, PhD, MCC
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC
Carly Anderson
Carly Anderson, MCC

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12:00-1:00

(Pacific Time)

Lunch Break

Please check out our Book Nook, Virtual Posters, and Flash Talks

1:00-2:30

(Pacific Time)

LEAPING FORWARD TOGETHER: HOW COACHES CAN HELP BUILD THE NEXT GREAT WORKPLACES (1.5 CCEU: 1.25 in Core Competency & .25 in RD)

Dr. Jeff Hull, Executive Coach, Clinical Instructor in PSY, Harvard Medical School
Sally Helgesen, Best-selling author, speaker, and leadership coach

[The session will be held from 1 to 2 pm, followed by a Q&A session from 2 to 2:30 pm.]

We are excited to bring together top executive coaches and best-selling authors Sally Helgesen (How Women Rise) and Jeffrey Hull (Flex) to explore the challenges coaches and leaders face in the wake of 2020. Sally and Jeff will focus on the big issues: navigating remote work, overcoming burnout, building psychological safety, supporting coaching cultures and building inclusion. This program will be highly interactive, filled with tactical suggestions drawn from Sally and Jeff’s many decades of real-world experience.  This is an event you will want to show up for. Be sure to bring your questions!

Sally Helgesen
Sally Helgesen
Jeff Hull, PhD
Jeffrey Hull, PhD

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2:30-2:40

(Pacific Time)

Formal Conference Close

Carrie Arnold, Program Director Evidence-Based Coaching

Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC
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2:40-3:00

(Pacific Time)

Break

Please check out our Book Nook, Virtual Posters, and Flash Talks

3:00-4:00

(Pacific Time)

Room 2 — Networking Breakouts

– Meet the EBC Faculty
– Connect with MCC Coaches and Supervisors
– Brand new to coaching forum
– Join Communities of Practice who focus on Diversity and Inclusion Coaching

 

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