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ICF Chicago
15:50
Opening Code: MAY
ICF Chicago
16:09
If you need core comp credits email admin@icf-chicago.org
Donna Porter
17:26
St. Joseph, Michigan
Mary Parker
17:30
Chicago
Carol Solomon
17:33
Libertyville
Margaret Douglas
17:36
Chicago
Susan Spritz Myers
17:37
Glencoe, IL
sylviamavaji
17:37
Arlington Heights
Sherri Blix
17:38
Evanston
Sonja Mustiful
17:38
Arlington TN
Brian L.
17:40
Chicago
Doug Mills
17:41
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Laura Stephens-Reed
17:44
Tuscaloosa, AL
Mary Fifield
17:45
Downtown Chicago
Elaine Schmitt
17:57
Chicago
Anna
18:02
Hi all
Amy
18:22
western suburbs
Peter James
18:56
Hey folks!! Here’s the file for the Special Event on May 13th. Hope to see you all there . . .
Elaine Schmitt
20:32
I don't read between the lines very well.
Elaine Schmitt
20:58
I do ask good questions.
ICF Chicago
22:44
relaxed shoulders
Mary Parker
22:47
Poerful
Sonja Mustiful
22:53
relaxed
Laura Stephens-Reed
22:57
Breathe more deeply
Amy
23:06
relaxation, open breathe
Laura Stephens-Reed
25:46
narrows focus too quickly
sylviamavaji
25:51
the client doesn’t learn and grow
Amy
26:08
It short-circuits their own resourcefulness.
Julia Velasco
26:13
allow the client to reflex on their situation
Donna Porter
26:18
natural tendancy is to DO!!!! to take ACTION!
Doug Mills
26:23
it's a challenge because we are recovering "fixers"
Donna Porter
26:27
this is what we are rewarded for doing
Mary Parker
26:30
We can become frustrated.
sylviamavaji
26:32
We are human :)
Susan Spritz Myers
36:33
I like the making the awareness between trival vs signifcant and situational vs recurring.
Margaret Douglas
36:35
Play something back to the client, shine the mirror
Laura Stephens-Reed
38:30
"Here are the underlying themes/concerns I'm hearing. Am I hearing these right? What do you want to do with these?"
Margaret Douglas
44:16
Ask what kind of initiative he would want them to take
Sherri Blix
44:19
ask the leader, "why don't you think your team members are taking initiative?" "What have they said when you've brought this concern to their attention?"
Doug Mills
44:24
Ask: how do recognize when you see it?
Doug Mills
48:17
The way we ask a question will determine the way in which it is answered.
sylviamavaji
51:48
I try to minimize distractions during a session so I can stay with my client.
Mary Parker
52:55
Sometimes creating awareness ocurs unexpectedly as we journey with our client through the process.
Elaine Schmitt
53:45
Ask the next question - one that gets beyond feelings into the facts or actual example.
Elaine Schmitt
54:16
Listen with intent to hear - not respond.
Anna
54:37
Staying with the client and not getting ahead of it.
Elaine Schmitt
57:22
Can you give an example of not getting hooked on their story?
Elaine Schmitt
59:49
yes
Elaine Schmitt
59:55
yes
Sherri Blix
01:05:42
Could you share the title of the book you just referenced?
Mary Parker
01:06:36
I become frustrated when my client remains in a mindset.
Sherri Blix
01:09:22
Power up...
ICF Chicago
01:11:22
Closing code: FLOWERS and if you need core comp credits email admin@icf-chicago.org. Purchase credits at www.icf-chicago.org
Sherri Blix
01:12:09
I'm working on being more present in the moment. I have a reminder on my phone, that pops up during the day asking me, "What am I feeling right now?" It forces me to stop and think about how I'm feeling physically, emotionally, etc.
Susan Spritz Myers
01:12:11
Lately I have several clients that mind set is that they are smarter than everyone else and that is the cause of their challenges. Good challenge to coach!
Mary Parker
01:13:16
Thank you. I have to leave the meeting.
Anna
01:13:55
Thank you.
Susan Spritz Myers
01:14:10
Nice call Jackie!
jacquelinejsloane
01:14:22
Thanks, Susan!
Doug Mills
01:14:25
thank you.
sylviamavaji
01:14:35
Thank you!!
Laura Stephens-Reed
01:14:39
Thank you1
DP
01:14:44
ty!
Sherri Blix
01:14:44
Greatly appreciate these core comp calls! Thank you