NOVEMBER 27, MONTHLY MEETING
IMPROVISATION FOR COACHES
We are excited to bring this program to the membership and our guests. Carrie Spaulding, PCC presented this program at the 2017 ICF Converge Conference in Washington, D.C. Ms. Spaulding is traveling to Austin from Pennsylvania for what promises to be a special evening.
To make sure we have plenty of time for the program and Q & A. We plan on starting the program promptly at 6:15pm. Please arrive at 6 pm, we will move the networking part of our evening to the end of the presentation.
Like all humans, we coaches are creatures of habit, subject to our own filters, learning, egos and blind spots. How can coaching professionals - from the newest to the most seasoned - step out of our own default patterns and comfort zones to truly dance in the moment? In this highly experiential workshop, coaches will learn the basic rules and skills of improvisation, developing core competencies in an entirely new way. By letting go of control and engaging in true collaboration, coaches will experience greater freedom, creativity, listening, presence, power, and willingness to take risks and go deeper into the unknown. Participants will walk away with enhanced skills, a greater awareness of their personal blind spots and growth opportunities, and a toolkit of exercises to use for their own continued development and with clients.
WHERE IS THE MEETING?
4214 Capital of Texas Hwy N. Room 5B
Austin, TX 78746
6:00 - 6:30 PM - Event Check-In & Social Time
6:30 - 6:40 PM - Chapter Business
6:40 - 8:30 PM - Guest Presentation & discussion
Plenty of free parking!
MEETING ACTIVITY FEES
Whether a coach or not, everyone is welcome to attend our meetings. The following fees cover activities and meeting costs:
- ICF Local (Austin) Members and Affiliates - FREE
- ICF Global Members, Non-ICF Local Members -$20
We welcome everyone!
- Guests (Non ICF-Local or Global Members) - $20
About the Speaker
Carrie Spaulding, PCC
Carrie Spaulding, PCC is a professional improvisor with 17 years of experience performing, teaching and directing improvisation professionally. With her dynamic, engaging spirit, Carrie facilitates powerful group trainings and events. Workshops come alive as Carrie, a former educator, helps organizations, teams and individuals achieve their professional and personal goals with her creative, experiential, and outside-the-box approach. In her private coaching, Carrie specializes in helping thirtysometings break through Thirtysomething Panic and create the careers, relationships, and lives they want. Carrie brings a host of tools and a breadth and depth of experience to her practice, and continually draws from her improvisation, performance, and education backgrounds to enhance her coaching presence and impact.