Join us at our next ICF-GA Leadership Community of Practice meeting: Grief Recovery as Self Care and Professional Development for Coaches featuring speaker Jinnie Lee Schmid, PCC.
Coaches, like the leaders they support, cannot perform at their best if they are weighed down by unresolved grief. Similarly, we cannot serve our clients if we do not appreciate why and how grief is impacting their experiences at work and at home. This session offers an opportunity to explore how grief may be impacting your practice and introduce a tool you can use to better equip yourself to coach in today's grief-saturated world.
- Fresh, helpful definitions of grief (and distinctions from other issues)
- Three ways grief destroys performance (in coaches and clients)
- How grief recovery equips you to be a better coach (mapping back to the ICF competencies)
Relevant ICF Competencies:
- Demonstrates Ethical Practice
- Embodies a Coaching Mindset
- Cultivates Trust and Safety
- Maintains Presence
Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEU): 0.75 Core Competencies and 0.75 Resource Development
Jinnie Lee Schmid, PCC
Founder, President, and Grief & Growth Coach for Women Leaders, Change Navigators LLC
Jinnie has experienced about as much change, loss, and grief as anyone can imagine, most of it by the time she graduated college. But she perfected "Academy Award Recovery" at an early age and powered her way through a long, successful career as a corporate consultant and entrepreneur.
After the most important person in her life died, she struggled through nine months of debilitating grief that threatened her business and her marriage. Then she finally discovered The Grief Recovery Method – and her purpose and calling became clear.
Now she coaches high-performing women leaders who have too much at stake to stay stuck, helping them to recover from their past, release their grief, and reclaim their freedom to thrive!
Jinnie is an ICF Professional Certified Coach, Advanced Grief Recovery Method Specialist, Grief & End of Life Coach, and Certified Virtual Facilitator. She lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband (same one!) and a revolving menagerie of rescue cats and dogs.
About the Leadership Community of Practice:
Mark your calendars for the final 2022 Leadership CP meeting on 10/27.
The Leadership Community of Practice (CP) supports coaching in the leadership sector by providing targeted resources, professional development and networking opportunities for internal and external coaches and others interested in leadership coaching.
The Leadership CP is open to all coaches interested in coaching leaders at executive, mid-level, and emerging leader levels. Also open to coaches interested in growing their leadership skills as leaders within an organization and/or running their coaching business.
For more information or to be added to the ICF Georgia Leadership CP distribution list, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE - There is NO charge to participate in this virtual event.RSVP Process:
Registration is now open. Online registration will end at NOON on Wednesday, August 24, 2022. After you complete the registration process, you'll receive an email confirmation from the Wild Apricot system with the login instructions for the Zoom webinar.
For more information about the monthly webinars and to be added to the ICF Leadership CP distribution list, send an email to email@example.com