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ICF Chicago's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
ICF Chicago
18:38
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Diane Testa
26:58
A high level concept or word without getting into the weeds
Sonja Mustiful
27:49
key theme - thread that brings it all together
beatricefigueroa
27:53
Essence - I think of what is at the core (conscious or unconscious) of the individual that informs the whole…
Sonja Mustiful
29:19
what is underestimations?
Missy Gonzales
30:40
I LOVE the confirmation that if we’re wrong it doesn’t matter because what comes after is the ability for the client to clarify their OWN meaning! Beautiful!
Mike Cherry
32:05
Thank you for clarifying underestimation.
Jim
35:42
My mantra is short. Lord let me give _____ the best coaching he/she can use.
Jim
38:03
Ego, hurt, anger
Mike Cherry
38:07
Wow! Frustration may be an understatement!
Tracey Martin
38:10
Anger and frustration.
Mary Parker
38:13
Anger
sylviamavaji
38:14
I hear frustration
d.branda
38:17
Erica is feeling slighted, frustrated, and maybe under-valued
Sona
38:41
She seems frustrated and antsy
Tracey Martin
38:42
Hard work that has been wasted.
Diane Testa
38:44
Some sense of I’m not enough
Sonja Mustiful
38:48
not heard and looking to be heard for validation
Amy Simpson
38:49
She's angry.
Don Darling
38:53
Angry!
Molly Rudberg
38:54
Insecurity
Mike Cherry
38:56
Under valued
Sona
39:01
Doesn't know how to assert herself in a way that doesn't threaten the other person
Sherri Blix
39:07
Erica comes to meetings prepared, resentful
Molly Rudberg
39:09
Feels like a victim
Jim
39:15
anger, not happy with her superior
Mike Cherry
41:32
Deserve, taking my ideas
Don Darling
41:33
He interrupts everything I say!
Mary Parker
41:34
They are her ideas.
Sonja Mustiful
41:40
is there a question you use to ensure that she has been heard?
Sherri Blix
42:00
I heard some "absolutes" - always, every time, etc.
Mike Cherry
42:03
interrupting
Mike Cherry
42:08
Should
Mike Cherry
42:27
Everything, always
Diane Testa
42:34
She said that she should be leading the team
Sherri Blix
43:11
b/c I think it's your story
Mike Cherry
43:33
Mindset
Don Darling
43:36
Absolutes are often emotional words
Mary Parker
43:37
Those are "stuck" words. She is not going forward.
David’s iPad
43:44
absolute and never true.
Diane Testa
43:45
It’s an alll or nothing perspective
Mike Cherry
44:27
At times an irrational belief
Missy Gonzales
46:00
Does that get at a limiting belief?
ICF Chicago
52:59
"love to be wrong" so that the client can discover what their truth is. Love that Amy!
Mike Cherry
59:01
Great example.
d.branda
01:02:16
She seems defensive
Mary Parker
01:02:23
Insecure, worried, scared.
Mike Cherry
01:02:41
from a place of fear
Amy Simpson
01:02:41
She needs to take responsibility for her own behavior and interpretations of events.
Sherri Blix
01:02:44
hunch: not open to others' feedback
Molly's iPhone
01:02:44
victim
d.branda
01:02:48
Feeling victimized, maybe paranoid?
David’s iPad
01:02:57
devalued
Mike Cherry
01:03:17
Poor job fit?
Missy Gonzales
01:03:36
Likes to work inde
Mary Parker
01:03:50
What do you like about your job?
Mike Cherry
01:03:55
Maybe a poor fit for the organizational culture?
Sonja Mustiful
01:04:06
questioning knowledge of her expertise - micromanaging may lead to someone feeling unsafe
David’s iPad
01:04:06
feels attacked by being micromanaged.
David’s iPad
01:04:17
bullied.
d.branda
01:04:25
She's been highly criticized in the past?
Tracey Martin
01:04:44
I want to know what type of feedback she is looking for.
Molly's iPhone
01:05:42
her relationship to feedback may be as an attack
Sonja Mustiful
01:06:35
she has to be ready to receive the feedback and open to build trust
beatricefigueroa
01:07:43
It seems to be an opportunity for self-awareness; and what if any of what she’s experiencing and/or feedback may be 1-2% accurate
Missy Gonzales
01:12:12
Thank you so very much! This was such a GREAT conversation!
Diane Testa
01:12:17
Really great session - thank you!
d.branda
01:12:19
Thank you, very helpful!
Mary Parker
01:12:22
Thank you.
Mike Cherry
01:12:22
Thank you! Helpful. I appreciate the insight on not needing to be right.
Sonja Mustiful
01:12:24
thank you
Sherri Blix
01:12:25
very helpful!
sylviamavaji
01:12:28
Thank you very much!
beatricefigueroa
01:12:30
Thanks so very much!
Molly's iPhone
01:12:43
think I’ll be sending some clients to therapy :)
Elaine Schmitt
01:13:04
Thank you!
Tracey Martin
01:13:09
Thanks very much. Great perspectives shared.
Jim
01:13:17
Unique way to look at listening. thanks!
Amy Simpson
01:13:39
What's the email address for getting CEU?
d.branda
01:13:40
Awesome advice!
Peter James
01:13:54
Thanks much, Amy!!
ICF Chicago
01:14:01
admin@icf-chicago.org
Peter James
01:14:03
Thanks Wynne!
Amy Simpson
01:14:09
Thanks!