Midsummer, Mission, and Meaning
Midsummer, and we are so aware of how quickly the year is moving along. On the board serving SFBAC, we’re pleased about the speakers we’ve scheduled for the remainder of 2014. Going into 2015, it’s our intention to continually search for and invite speakers that can inspire and help move us all forward to be the best coaches we can be. We believe that the world needs us now, and needs the impact we can have in bringing about peace, mindfulness, prosperity and sustainability for all inhabitants of the globe we inhabit.
Each one of us separately can have some impact, but I am continually more amazed by the power we present as a collective, resonant group. We believe that getting to know each other more personally would allow for more meaningful connection between us, so we invite you to participate as much as possible in any activities, such as the mastermind groups, our book club, and the meetings in-person or via RSVP. Please check the schedule for our next book club meeting August 11th in Marin, and join us in welcoming our dynamic speaker Jill Lublin on August 13th.
It is my personal intention to contact as many of you as possible in the coming months… to get your feedback, your wishes, and suggestions. We would love to hear about any speakers you suggest for next year. We also invite you to make suggestions for regional get-togethers, and to attend the book clubs we’re offering. The more we meet and get to know each other, the more we get to learn, grow, become a referral center for each other, and put our collective, powerful energy out into the universe towards a more positive future. This is our mission!
Enjoy a meaningful summer, and see you soon.
We’re happy to announce the following new members:
North Bay - Anna Coppola, Jody Kaylor
San Francisco - Mike Nomant, Claudia Picanco, Stephanie Usry
Wednesday August 13, 2014
6:30-9:00 pm (6:30-7:15 networking)
FREE for members. Cost for guests is $20.
Attend in San Francisco at the Handlery Hotel, click here.
Attend via a Regional Streaming Video Party*, click here.
Attend via Video Livestreaming, click here.
Speak and Be Heard: How to get your message out there - with Jill Lublin
If your message is great, but no one is listening, it’s worthless. Jill will show you how to market yourself as a professional speaker using her own experience as an international speaker who has shared the stage with Tony Robbins, Richard Simmons, and Jack Canfield. She’ll show you now to network, benefit from referrals, masterfully get through interviews, and have your name recognized in all the right circles. Jill’s practical advice for aspiring and established speakers will give them the tools they need to get their messages out!
“Master of the Media” Jill Lublin is an internationally renowned speaker on the topics of publicity and networking. Author of the best-selling book "Get Noticed Get Referrals" and co-author of the best-sellers Guerrilla Publicity (Adams Media), and Networking Magic (Adams Media), Jill is a master strategist on how to capture attention and increase visibility in the marketplace.
CCEU Credits: 1.5
Refund Policy: ICF SFBAC maintains high standards for its programs and speakers. Even so, we cannot guarantee that every program will resonate with every viewer. ICF SFBAC therefore maintains a "No Refunds" policy for viewer satisfaction with program content. Refunds will be considered for cancelled programs or technical failures at the point of origin (refunds are not available if the program is not viewable due to technical failure at the Purchaser's end).
*For RSVP questions contact:
North Bay: Elisabeth Von Halem: email@example.com
East Bay: Kym Cadle: firstname.lastname@example.org
Santa Cruz: Janette Valentino: email@example.com
South Bay/Silicon Valley: Fabienne Slama: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ways We Learn and Grow Together
We meet on the 2nd Wednesday evening of each month (this month is an exception) and offer several options for participating in or viewing our speakers, described below. For Options #1, 2, and 3, please pre-register for the event. Go to www.sfbayareacoaches.org, and click on the Event Calendar to find your desired viewing option.
FREE Admission for SFBAC Members & Virtual Program Subscribers. $20 for Non-Members.
1. SF Gathering … Attend our main San Francisco meeting in-person. Gather with your fellow coaches in a lively, large-group setting. Create connections. Meet the speaker.
2. Regional Gathering … Attend a Regional Streaming Video Party (RSVP) at a designated Bay Area meeting location near you. Enjoy the evening with coaches in your local area, and watch the live-streaming broadcast together in an intimate, small-group setting.
3. Individual Viewing … Watch the live-streamed video broadcast on your own computer in your home or office, in real time.
4. Video Recording … If you missed the event, watch the video recording afterwards. Go to www.sfbayareacoaches.org, and click on Storefront.
How Non-Members Can Save Money
If you’re not a Member of SFBAC, join our chapter to access our great speaker programs and lots of other benefits! Go to www.sfbayareacoaches.org, click on Join SFBAC for more details.
If you’re a member of a different ICF chapter but would like to attend SFBAC’s livestreaming broadcasts and access to ourStorefront, purchase a Virtual Program Subscription to save on per-event fees. Go to www.sfbayareacoaches.org, click on Virtual Program Subscription for more details.
** CCEUs are offered to attendees of our live events or livestreaming broadcasts who pre-register or sign in AND submit a Feedback & CCEU Request Form. CCEUs are for Core Competencies or Resource Development, depending on program content. (CCEUs for Resource Dev’t are available for viewing a video recording after the event. If the viewer submits a Feedback & CCEU Request Form.)
Enneagram Expertise 2
Thanks to our sponsor Enneagram Coaching Programs we’re gaining three months of articles that delve deeper into the Enneagram. Here’s the second article from Ginger Lapid-Bogda, PhD.
Coaching with the Enneagram | deeper and better coaching
Coaching with the Enneagram helps clients illuminate the root cause(s) of their issues and fuel the fire of their aspirations by increasing their self-mastery. This includes enhanced self-awareness, increased self-acceptance, and a commitment to self-development. Clients readily tap into the source of their hopes, dreams, motivations, fears, somatic aspects, mental models, emotional patterns, and more. None of these are random; at the root of all coaching issues and aspirations, there is a marked consistency by Enneagram type, and these stem from the worldview of each of the 9 types:
The 9 Enneagram Types | the 9 worldviews
Ones | The world is imperfect; I must correct this.
Twos | The world is full of suffering and need; I must help alleviate this.
Threes | There is a lack of flow or order to how things work; I must create results.
Fours | There is profound despair from our lack of deep connections; I must re-establish these.
Fives | Resources are scarce; I must conserve time, energy, and knowledge.
Sixes | The world is an unpredictable and fearful place; I must find meaning and certainty.
Sevens | The world lacks a bigger plan full of possibilities; I must generate these.
Eights | The powerful try to take advantage of the weak; I must change this.
Nines | Everyone deserves to be respected and heard; I must enable this.
The Enneagram is a 21st century coaching approach for deep growth and transformation.
—Ginger Lapid-Bogda, PhD, Enneagram-Coaching.com
Book Club Coming Up Quick!
Time And Place
August 11. 2014 - 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Central Marin Community Center - Larkspur Police Station
250 Doherty Dr.
Larkspur, CA 94939
Pot-luck for healthy happiness! - Bring a healthy fingerfood to share.
To register click here.
Discussion Leader: Janet Fjeldstad 415.203.0244 email@example.com
Tribal Leaders: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization, by Dave Logan, John King, and Halee- Fischer-Wright
Janet Tells About The Book
Available on Amazon or the audio version can be downloaded from free at http://www.culturesync.net/toolbox/tribal-leadership-audio-book/
Most leaders agree that culture is the critical factor in performance, but can’t define it, measure it, or change it. As a result, the few organizations that get culture right seem magical, and people who try to replicate their success usually end up frustrated and cynical. This book shows two simple steps—diagnosis and then the best treatment that leaders take to build cultures that can do things most people think is impossible: out-innovating, outperforming, creating an immunity to scandals, and having mountains of fun in the process.
The most compelling message I found in this book is the simple way in which the Tribal leadership process has identified the Five Stages of :eadership, and how to identify each stage, and how and what it takes to transform the Stages of Leadership in organizations, teams and families. There are a number of distinctions that can be put into practice with coaching clients almost immediately.
This book had such a personal impact on me that I have studied the distinctions through Culture Sync, Dave Logan’s consultancy and training program and am now an Approved Tribal Leader ™. This is why it is my pleasure to lead the discussion of this powerful book.
AND SAVE THE DATE - COMING UP OCTOBER 26th:
A chance to plan ahead: Malika Malika is hosting a Book Club meeting with High Tea at her house (SF- Marina District) . She’d like members’ ideas on which book to read. Please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions by EOD 8/3/14, and the book will be announced on the website and also in the September newsletter.
Community Core Values
We’re starting a dialog about about our community's core values. You can find it in our Facebook group - join us there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sanfranciscobayareacoaches/ The current word is “connected.” How does being connected add value to coaching and our community?
If we get a robust dialog going, and a list of words, perhaps it can turn into a position paper or even an e-book about our members’ wisdom. So join the dialog, and please suggest other words for discussion by posting or email email@example.com.
September Save The Dates - Cool Peer Coaching!
Join fellow Bay Area coaches for special peer coaching nights at Samovar Tea Lounge. This evening series, hosted by Jim Donovan of PathBlaze, and Jesse Jacobs, owner of Samovar, will take place on September 10th, 17th, and 24th. Click here for more information, and to “save the date.” We look forward to sharing these evenings of practice and community-building, food, and fine tea with you!
Joie Seldon offers a Free Teleclass: EQ Leadership for Business
Monday, Aug. 18th, 5 to 6:00 p.m. PDT or Tuesday, Aug. 19th, 12 to 1:00 p.m. PDT
Dealing with emotions in business is not a frill. Yet it is so overlooked while people try to pretend nothing is happening. In the meantime, feelings are running the show, and stress is building. The success and financial state of your business has a direct correlation to how you manage, or mismanage, your emotions and those of your staff and clients. When you are aware of your emotions and know how to interpret them and take appropriate action, these same emotions can lead to powerful choices that result in greater success.
Joie Seldon, M.A. is a Leadership and Executive Coach and an innovator in the field of Emotional Intelligence.
Submissions For Future Newsletters
We hope you found this issue of Checking In fun and helpful. Our goal is to provide you information useful to you as a coach, and to help members and friends share their announcements with this community. Please submit announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions are due by the 25th of each month.
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