Don’t Miss Our 2nd Annual “Core Competency Carousel"
Please join us in this hands-on and inter-active round-table event, where you will join a small group to discuss in depth one of the Core Competencies. Then, you will practice with a partner to deepen and refine your coaching of this competency.
You will receive 2 Core Competency CCEUs for this program.
Six MCC and PCC Coaches Will Host and Guide Us!
Here is how it works:
You will choose between six discussion tables. During the 2 hours, everyone will have the chance to participate in at least 2 Core Comp sessions.
Each table/discussion group will be hosted & guided by a PCC or MCC coach, and members of the ICF Oregon Charter Chapter.
To end this enjoyable evening, we will all gather to share our insights and key learnings.
Core Competencies Covered:
#2 Establishing the Coaching Agreement
#4 Coaching Presence
#5 Active Listening & #6 Powerful Questioning
#7 Direct Communication & #8 Creating Awareness
#11 Managing Progress and Accountability
Due to the hands-on nature of this program, Zoom attendance will not be available.Our Emcee for the evening:
Sarah E Graves, PCC
Sarah passionately and practically pursues the development of leaders through intentional, organic growth. She emboldens leaders to create an environment where management is expansive, willing to move with agility beyond comfort zones, and to champion the individual and collective genius within the organization. With teams in transition she inspires connection, realignment and forward progress within the awkward movements of the changing landscape. Her belief is that coaching is as essential an element for an organization as the product or service the company produces. “An employee who grows personally, grows professionally” and coaching seeds growth.
Sarah is a certified professional coach with a PCC credential from the ICF and currently serve the local ICF chapter as board President.
Meet our Coaches:
Sheri Boone, MCC
Sheri has been coaching for 17 years, gaining her MCC in 2004. When she first began coaching and mentioned she was a coach, the inevitable reaction was either a look of confusion, or the question, “oh, for what sport?” Today coaching has grown and continues to be the one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Sheri is proud she has grown along with it and that she has stayed in this magnificent profession.
Along with coaching individual clients, and her leadership and executive work with her partners in Inspired Mastery, Sheri has trained hundreds of coaches at the level of certification for three Accredited Coach Training Programs. She love this work – training, supporting and mentoring new coaches. Sheri has an expert ear for hearing masterful coaching.
It became a natural progression then, for her to offer mentoring to coaches as they prepared to apply for the ACC, PCC, or MCC. Her clients come from many different coach training orientations and schools. She work together with them to fine-tune their coaching to meet the ICF skill requirements for each level of credential. Sheri’s clients are great coaches as they begin, and at the completion of their work, they are more highly skilled and experienced. It’s Sheri’s great honor to work with so many excellent coaches!
Steve Thorson, PCC
Steve specializes in development of Leaders, seeking leadership excellence for themselves and organizational health for the organizations they lead. Creating a collaborative environment where individual voices are heard, innovation occurs and accountability exists through a coaching approach to leading. Steve stands in his belief, faith and trust in the outcomes of a coach approach to leading because he knows it works. His invitation to others is to experience and experiment with the approach.
As a Certified Professional Coach with over 25 years of Operations Management experience, Steve’s clients include Executives and Senior Managers seeking leadership excellence in a corporate setting, business owners seeking balance in their life and leaders of groups and teams looking for increased collaboration and performance. A transformative approach to coaching results in clients, both individual and group, discovering an inner self and choosing agility, self-responsibility and contribution.
Zorwyn Madrone, PCC
Zorwyn Madrone believes in the human capacity to reinvent ourselves. She coaches because she has experienced the transformative impacts of creating conscious change both as a coaching recipient and practitioner.
She partners with leaders to grow their authentic presence and increase their impact in organizations. Her clients are driven but may be at an impasse in their career trajectories, working with a challenging direct report, managing work/life balance issues or needing to find their way back from burnout. When partnering with Zorwyn, clients experience her practicality, curiosity, humor and insightfulness.
Zorwyn brings over 20 years of experience in communication and human behavioral change. She spent many years in the conflict transformation field where she worked in non-profit, government, higher education and corporate contexts. She has extensive experience building constructive work environments with high feedback cultures. She currently coaches leaders from new managers through executives.
Kirsten Meneghello, JD, PCC
Kirsten Meneghello is an ICF Professional Certified Coach, facilitator and award-winning Authorized Partner with Wiley Workplace Learning Solutions. She is a Certified Trainer for Everything DiSC® solutions, and an Accredited Facilitator for the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™. She has over 20 years of experience as a collaborative and strategic leader from many corporate, nonprofit, and volunteer roles. Kirsten is an attorney and a member of the Oregon State Bar. She’s a volunteer lobbyist with Citizens’ Climate Lobby and regular volunteer with Faith Café, an ecumenical provider of free meals.
Diana Sterling, PCC
Diana Lynn Sterling, PCC brings over two decades of executive, personal and family coaching to her professional repertoire. She has been an ICF member since 1999 and has presented at four ICF international conferences, is the author of "Parent as Coach" - a coaching guidebook for parents which has been translated into Chinese, Korean, Spanish and Russian. As a Coach-Trainer, Diana has taught and mentored over 400 Certified Coaches in over 30 countries. A home-grown Oregonian, Diana is devoted to helping bring the coaching message and its power to NW organizations, individuals and of course, our own beloved ICF Oregon Chapter.