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ICF Chicago's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Sherri Blix
19:31
space given for silence
Diane Testa
19:36
Deep understanding of self and a paradigm shift in the moment.
Florence
20:00
in the flow zone
Tami Chapek
20:08
Knowing when to cheerlead, when to challenge, when to listen, etc.
ICF Chicago
20:15
non judgment from the coach
Florence
20:36
totally connected observer
Nancy Nascimento
35:21
I'm not as strong in #4 & #5
Sherri Blix
35:30
taking risks is an interesting take on presence...#3
Sherri Blix
36:20
#7 can be challenging for me
Diane Testa
36:27
How to use humor effectively
Sherri Blix
37:29
Can you repeat Raphael's name re: Lightness?
Ank Stuyfzand
43:22
Great point about how your sense of self impacts your coaching presence.
Sherri Blix
45:30
A situation where I feel I'm likely to fall out of presence is when I'm debriefing 360 feedback with a client (esp. if it's difficult for them to hear the feedback). I think I try to compensate for the client's feelings about their feedback.
Diane Testa
48:26
How do you know when it’s appropriate to express your intuitive hits?
Ank Stuyfzand
01:07:14
I think that there might be times as a coach you should not be coaching. For example when you, yourself as a coach are going through a really tough patch in your life, which will keep you from really being present. What do you think of that?
Diane Testa
01:09:55
Deep breaths to move into my heart space, setting intention of presence for the coaching meeting.
Nancy Nascimento
01:09:56
I agree! When I sense I'm not in a great situation, I don't coach. I feel my presence is lacking and can't hold space needed foe client.
Ank Stuyfzand
01:14:19
thank you.