Skip to main content

Zoom Logo

ICF Chicago's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Peter James
12:14
Hi
Don Darling
12:37
Hi from Don Darling
Jacque_Merritt
14:04
Omaha
Mike Cherry
14:08
Chicago
Carol Solomon
14:10
Libertyville
William D Mills
14:13
Hello from Albuquerque New Mexico
Justin Reinert
14:13
I'm currently in San Francisco, but live in Chicago
Chris Keating
14:16
Chicago
Deborah
14:17
south suburbs of Chicago
Mary Parker
14:22
Chicago
Amy
14:26
western suburbs
Elaine Schmitt
14:30
Chicago
Don Darling
14:40
Wrigley Field
Mary Parker
16:47
Career assistance.
William D Mills
16:51
transition to new job... first 100 days
Sherri Blix
17:09
people come to me to grow their leadership capabilities
Mike Cherry
17:17
Transition in leadership roles
Chris Keating
17:25
Coworker is driving them nuts
sylviamavaji
17:47
stress management, personal/career transitions
Deborah
17:55
people come to me for help with navigating the organizational politics and how they are perceived
Susan Spritz Myers
18:19
when clients are afraid to be direct, how to help them take the risk of being direct.
Elaine Schmitt
18:36
Want help putting their customers first
Cathy_Deweese
18:40
I coach coaches in my own organziation and as clients, learning so I can develop others in this competency
Mike Cherry
28:59
Strong example of speaking to your intuition as a coch and what might not have been said by teh client in the coaching engagement
Deborah
31:24
metaphor and analogy seems more like indirect communication
Deborah
34:27
I do a lot of work with clients around communication style. direct communication is more of a communication style, no?
johnsen
39:00
I have an analogy of a metaphor
Peter James
39:18
It could also be a story.
Deborah
39:19
analogies are inherently indirect, no? they are used to illustrate a point
Deborah
40:55
very helpful. thank you Allison
Peter James
41:43
Stories, analogies, and metaphors should be utilized when direct communication may not be accomplishing its goal??
Peter James
42:15
Therefore the story, analogy and metaphor strikes a cord (perhaps more directly). Thus direct communication.
ICF Chicago
42:34
That helps, too, Peter!
Deborah
51:44
I use "my observation has been..."
Mary Parker
51:59
This is greatminfo because I am always checking myself to not give aadvice.
Elaine Schmitt
53:10
Would you ask ... "can I share an observation or an experience" or isn't that direct enough?
Elaine Schmitt
01:02:12
Blindspot: Taking the time to be more observant of their non-verbals.
Elaine Schmitt
01:03:41
Check myself: After the client has shared something, I make sure I don't talk before I asking some good questions.
Sherri Blix
01:03:44
I still struggle at times with assessing in the moment, how direct I can be with someone. On ocassion, I can be too direct. I try to ask permission or preface my observation by "owning" it as my own, but it doesn't always land the way I had intended.
James
01:05:06
Blindspot: I ask myself throughout the session if my communication INTENTION is to RELATE to my client or to (inadvertently) CONTROL the outcome of the communication or session.
Chris Keating
01:05:11
I struggle with being direct when a client is bending the rules of our coaching contract and I need to address it.
Susan Spritz Myers
01:05:34
we are guides and leaners also - love that!
johnsen
01:06:52
'mistakes' with clients, as long as you own them, can be good fodder for the learning process for both the coach and for the client. Use it
Elaine Schmitt
01:07:11
Thank you!
Mary Parker
01:09:08
Thank you.
Jacque_Merritt
01:09:18
thank you!
Susan Spritz Myers
01:09:32
great job!
Sherri Blix
01:09:49
So helpful. Thank you for sharing your insights.
jacquelinejsloane
01:09:58
Thank you!
Chris Keating
01:10:24
Please say the closing code again - some noise here in the background!
ICF Chicago
01:10:38
BREAK is closing code
Chris Keating
01:10:49
Thanks :)
Susan Spritz Myers
01:10:53
who is giving the neuroscience presentation?
ICF Chicago
01:10:58
email admin@icf-chicago.org for certificate
Peter James
01:11:24
Thank you Jackie!!
James
01:11:25
Thank you
sylviamavaji
01:11:28
thank you!!
Sandi
01:11:35
Great session! Thanks!