ICF WA State's Virtual Lunchtime Learning Series

Do you have limited time?  Do you want coaching education, but don't want to drive an hour to get it?  Do you have a computer?  Welcome to the Lunchtime Learning Series.  Each month we bring you a great training opportunity!

All our classes offer 1 to 1.5 ICF CCEUs! 

*depending on length of the class.

The Lunchtime Learning Series is in full swing. 
Check out our upcoming classes!

All new and renewed ICF Washington State Chapter Members get 1 (one) free coupon code to a Lunchtime Learning class of their choosing within the ICF year (1April-31 March) Coupon codes are class specific.  If you have any questions about the online education, contact Lyssa Danehy deHart 
LyssadeHart at gmail.com

The Lunchtime Learning Series is held on the Zoom virtual platform, if you are not familiar, please visit www.zoom.us.  Get a free account and download the app for your computer, tablet, or phone.  Check out our classes below.  We look forward to seeing you in a class soon!

Upcoming events

    • Wednesday, August 23, 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Zoom Room
    • 45

    August 23, 2017, from 12 noon - 1:30 pm PST
    Presented by

    Lyssa Danehy deHart, PCC

    CCEUs 1.5 Core Competency
    Members $15, Non-members $25
    Hosted by ICF Washington State

    Description of Webinar

    Have you ever been derailed listening to your client’s stories and missed the deeper, often hidden plot line that lies just below the surface?  These underlying stories are the real issues that stop your clients from being successful.  These stories sabotage them and ultimately are the foundation to everything they believe they can accomplish or cannot.  

    Find out how to coach your clients through their stories.

    Many coaches get focused on “bottom lining” stories and miss the opportunity to help clients unpack some deep beliefs that hinder them. The stories come on the spectrum of Snapshot Stories, “I am not good enough.” “I can’t handle this.” “No one cares what I have to say.” All the way to the deeply woven and unconsciously integrated stories that affect the way we look at the world and our place in it.

    What will open up for you and your clients if you can assess the difference between what is interesting and what is important? What will transform in your client’s life if you could hold the space of the internal narrative?

    What You Will Learn:

    • How to get curious and help your clients develop awareness of their stories
    • How to support your clients in recognizing their internal narrative
    • Locus of Control and how it affects where we focus our attention
    • What role your client is playing in the narrative of their stories
    • What to do when your stories get triggered
    • Core Competencies explored are Trust and Intimacy, Active Listening, Direct Communication, Powerful Questions, and Creating Awareness.

    About Lyssa

    Lyssa Danehy deHart, MSW, LICSW, PCC is a relationship expert, author, speaker, educator, and StoryJacker. Lyssa began her ICF Coach training in 2008 through David Rocks, Neuroleadership Coaching, and continued her training with inviteCHANGE. She offers her clients a pathway to explore the idea that they are whole, capable, resourceful and creative. She is passionate about empowering people to shift their relationship with their stories and rewrite their lives. Lyssa is the author of StoryJacking: Change Your Inner Dialogue, Transform Your Life.

    Lyssa is the 2017 President of ICF Washington State. She is a Professional Certified Coach with over 1500 coaching hours. Lyssa works primarily with individuals, entrepreneurs, and leaders. She trained with Divorce Busting, The Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program, the John Gottman Institute, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Families, the Hogan Assessment Tool, MBTI, Tilt365, Voice Dialogue, and she is a Certified EMDR Therapist.

    Lyssa is the host of the Podcast StoryJacker, and you can listen to her podcast on any podcast app on your computer or mobile device.  Lyssa offers ICF Mentor Coaching to coaches working on the ACC and PCC credentialing.  

    To learn more, visit Lyssa at www.storyjacking.com

    • Wednesday, October 25, 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Zoom Room
    • 45

    October 25, 2017, from 12 noon - 1:30 pm PST
    Presented by

    Maureen Purcell, PCC
    CCEUs 1.5 Core Competency
    Members $15, Non-members $25
    Hosted by ICF Washington State

    Description of Webinar

    How do you expand your coaching presence using all senses, including that of intuition. Intuition can be applied in the coaching process to create awareness for the client using active listening and powerful questions. The use of intuition by coach and client can guide the client to meaningful solutions and designing actions to accomplish coaching goals.

    1. Learning to grow coaching presence through the use of intuition
    2. Seeing the interrelationships between intuition and other ICF Core Competencies 
    3. Identifying different types of intuitive experiences; 
    4. Learn ways to deepen one's intuition
    5. Having a tool not only for the coach, but to provide to one's clients to use
    Enhancing intuition benefit's your coaching practice by deepening your coaching presence and active listening skills. 

    About Maureen

    Maureen Purcell is a career coach helping people find and align their mission and passion at work. Her clients tap into their inner resources developing SoLutions to challenges, turning them into opportunities in their workplace. Her coaching practice supports individuals where the ‘common thread’ is the desire to seek more from the world of work.  She is a firm believer that the best solutions for her clients leverage all of the senses, including intuition.

    Ms. Purcell blends 20+ years of management experience across small to large firms in multiple industries into her practice. This breadth of experience enables her to create and facilitate custom programs for almost any organizational situation dealing with career and leadership development. She has facilitated a leadership development program for elite mid-managers at a Fortune 100 Company.

    Since 2009, Maureen teaches Master’s level leadership and coaching courses at a local university. Her preferred presentation style is experiential where she provides hands-on activities, allowing attendees to deepen the learning and understanding of the topics covered. She holds a Masters in Health Administration and a Masters in Organizational Development. Her coaching credentials include an International Coach Federation (PCC) designation, Emotional Intelligence certification and is also certified Mentor Coach. Please visit her at www.solworks.com