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Professional Development Webinar
Join us on Thursday, February 15th from 1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern Time
Topic: "Releasing a Performance Mindset: Balancing Proficiency, Presence, and Partnership" with guest speaker Beth Buelow, PCC
In our metrics-driven, bottom-line oriented world, people can become overly fixated on results and outcomes. This emphasis manifests in the coaching partnership with clients expecting tangible results and coaches feeling pressured to deliver value.
Of course, it’s important that you can point to evidence that goals were met and desired change was achieved. The challenge is when the pursuit of that evidence comes at the expense of sustainable transformation and attending to the totality of the client’s being.
The drive towards results is present in the work of new and experienced coaches alike. Beth will share from her experience and training as both a musician and coach to explore how performance anxiety is a natural response to having high expectations of our work and how that energy can be productively redirected.
Together we'll explore how the tension between performance and presence expresses itself and look at that tension through an ethical and competency lens. Through discussion designed to facilitate self-awareness, we’ll look at the impact our performance mindset has on our capacity to be skillful coaches for our clients, and you will be asked to consider your own barriers to presence and partnership. Through self-reflection and group discussion, you will learn how to redirect any existing performance mindset into a productive, healthy growth mindset that supports your ongoing well-being and your clients’ development.
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER
Beth Buelow, PCC, has been coaching and providing personal/professional development services full-time since 2008, originally with a niche of introvert entrepreneurs and leaders (2010-2019).
She’s an ICF Michigan Past President (2021) and Certified Mentor Coach, serving as Adjunct Faculty with George Mason University’s Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being Program. She’s presented at ICF chapters internationally and was selected to present at ICF Converge 2017 and 2023. Beth is also a photographer and a Core Guest Teacher with C3 Spiritual Community in Grand Haven.
*Earn 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs*
*Note that you will get the call-in information by email shortly after registering as well as the day before the webinar*
*All participants must attend the full program to qualify for CCEU credit.*
ICF Michigan members earn credits for free! Non-members are welcome for a $20 fee.
If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, February 15, 2024, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only