Coaches! Gain More Tech Savvy to Better Serve Clients
Presenter: Michael Clemons, Coaching Partner, and Monte Sinjin Wolf, Coaching Partner, of Optimacy
Date: Thursday, October 12, 2017
Time: 7:00 p.m. ~ 9:00 p.m., with networking 9:00 p.m. ~ 9:15 p.m.
Place:Bunkyo-ku Civic Center, 5F Meeting Room A
Access in English (PDF)
Access in Japanese
Cost: ¥2,500 (ICF Japan members) or ¥3,500 (nonmembers)
CCE: Eligible for 2 Continuing Coach Education units
RSVP: email@example.com in English or Japanese, with “Coaching in English” in the subject line and indicating (a) whether you are an ICFJ member and (b) whether you want Continuing Coach Education units.
Has it ever occurred to you that the quality of a client’s digital experience with you could impact the efficacy of the coaching? Or that you could lose clients by being completely “old school” and focusing only on in-person or phone coaching?
In today’s world, coaches need more tech savvy to better serve their current clients—and the next generation of clients who live and breathe online platforms and prefer the “always on, always available” type of service.
Michael Clemons and Monte Sinjin Wolf, of Optimacy, are two coaches committed to giving clients the best of the digital experience, both in their coaching sessions and through teaching clients about digital platforms and how to use technology in the workplace. In this interactive, experiential workshop, Michael and Monte will present an overview of how technology is impacting the coaching profession and introduce three tools to help coaches give clients a stellar digital experience.
This workshop focuses on Core Competency #9, Designing Actions. Michael and Monte are masters at working with clients to create “opportunities for ongoing learning, during coaching and in work/life situations, and for taking new actions that will most effectively lead to agreed-upon coaching results”—as this core competency outlines. Do join us to discover how more technology savvy on the coach’s part can help support clients in this area so critical to their success.
At our meeting, we will:
- Take a closer look at Core Competency #9
- Learn about integrated technologies that enhance the coaching experience for clients
- Observe a platform/app that allows coaches to combine learning or training with coaching
- Discover digital ways to “validate” coaching approaches
- Coach each other in pairs or triads
- Earn essential, but rare, Continuing Coach Education units
The Coaching in English Group is open to any coach or would-be coach of any nationality who uses or wants to use English professionally in their coaching sessions. Activities will be conducted in English. Please join us to meet other coaches working in English, earn CCEUs, and build a supportive professional community with an international flavor.
Coaching in English Group meeting dates for 2018: February 1, May 24, September 27, and November 15.