Downtown Seattle Satellite - Immunity to Change: Willpower May Not Be Enough

  • Thursday, November 08, 2018
  • 12:15 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Queen Anne Public Library, 400 West Garfield St (corner 4th Ave), Seattle, WA 98119


  • CCEUs only included if offered.
  • Free to attend Event
  • Free to attend the event

ICFWA has a No Refund Policy.
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Date November 8, 2018 - 12:15 pm - 2:00 pm - Queen Anne Public Library

Presented by

Osnat Lustig, ACC


1.5 Core Competency and .5 Resource CCEU's 

Hosted by ICF Washington State

Description of Course

What makes change stick?

Sometimes all it takes is willpower. But all too often, it won't be enough to last.

How many times were you successful in achieving and sustaining your New Year’s resolutions? When you committed to losing weight, gaining more focused, becoming a better listener, stopping procrastination, improving collaboration…

Change can be hard.

How quickly we revert to familiar behaviors and then feel bad for not sustaining the change.But in fact, we are actively yet unconsciously resistant to change. We devote a lot of psychological energy to ensure that the change we want does not happen. This is true for both personal improvement goals and professional ones.

Immunity to Change™ is a research-based process which was developed by Harvard University professors Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow-Lahey. It is anchored in Kegan’s Constructive Development Theory, and is based on more than 30 years of adult development research and application.

What you will learn:

  • What stands in your way.
  • How to leverage this process to meet your intended goals.
  • How to create your personal development tool.

Are your tired of experiencing old re-runs of your “New Year’s Resolutions”?

Now you can finally do something about it.

ICF CCEU Core Competencies:

8 Creating Awareness / 9 Designing Actions / 10 Planning & goal setting / 11 Managing progress & accountability

About Osnat Lustig, ACC

Osnat Lustig, ACC, helps her clients learn to shift constraints into creative possibilities and actions. Her unique hybrid coaching approach blends drawing on unconventional resources to untangle complex issues, with navigating change through the lens of humanity.

Retrospect and cautionary tales have informed her on her own immunity to change and having this tool on hand has fostered many positive moves in her life. She used this practice in facilitating her transition from a 30-year career as a leader in a multicultural and international corporate environment, to becoming a keen enabler supporting individuals who want to take charge of their own transitions.

Osnat completed her professional coaching training with InviteChange and is ICF-ACC. She is trained in Immunity To Change®, Certified Professional Retirement Coach (CPRC), certified in PACT™ Polarity Approach to Continuity &Transformation, MBTI® Steps I&II, Organizational Dynamics (Antioch U), MS in Engineering (RIT), and BA in Design (Bezalel). Before moving to Seattle in 2014, she lived and worked for many years in New York City & Paris.

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