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ICFLA Credential SIG
November 25 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pmFree
Host: Elaine Padilla
Guest Speaker: Paul Sanbar
Topic: ICF Reciprocal Coaching programs and other effective pathways to accrue hours for your next credential
Date: Monday, November 25th, 2019
Time: 5 PM – 6:30 PM PT
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom.us / Your link to join the conference will be sent after you register.
(A unique Zoom video link will be provided for each session upon registration. Be sure to register every time you plan to attend to receive the updated link.)
If you are working towards your hours for your next credential and tired of searching for clients or offering one-off sessions to slowly make your way to the finish line, there many different opportunities both within the ICF and outside to accrue hours in a coaching engagement, not unlike a typical 3-6 month contracted client.
For one, the ICF Reciprocal Peer Coaching program provides ICF coaches with the opportunity to receive coaching on an ongoing basis as part of their commitment to their own professional and personal development.
In programs like the ICF Reciprocal Peer Coaching program, Noomii and others, you pay for your coaching by giving coaching to another coach and no longer need to pay financially for coaching sessions.
We will walk you through different opportunities and how to make the most of the hours along your credentialing journey.
Elaine Padilla has over 20 years of experience in higher education, the last 15 at the USC Marshall School of Business. In addition to working as an Associate Director in the MBA Admissions Office, she is also an Associate Coach for USC’s Center for Work and Family Life. Elaine earned her MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business, an M.S. in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs from the USC Rossier School of Education, and a B.A. in Communication Studies from U.C. Santa Barbara. She recently became an International Coach Federation (ICF) Associate Certified Coach.
Paul Sanbar – As a coach, coach supervisor, workshop facilitator and author, Paul’s life and career has been dedicated to field of self-development and to affecting positive change through storytelling and conversations initially as a psychotherapist and now as Professional Certified Coach [PCC] accredited by the International Coach Federation.
The Principal/Head Launch Coach for super9solutions, LLC., Paul holds a Master’s in Psychology – Marriage & Family Therapy from Phillips Graduate University and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, with a marketing emphasis from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. He is an Erickson Certified Professional Coach [ECPC] with Erickson Coaching International, where he is also an Assistant Trainer for their Art & Science of Coaching Modules. Paul is a certified LEGO® Serious Play® methods facilitator has also trained in Narrative Coaching and recently completed his certification in Coaching Supervision with the Goldvarg Consulting Group. Find him on LinkedIn.