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Welcome to ICF Los Angeles

Welcome to ICF Los Angeles, a leading ICF chapter with a membership base of more than 420 coaches from all over the world.

The purpose of ICF Los Angeles is to provide support, education, training and resources to practicing and aspiring professional coaches in helping them enhance their professional skills, and grow their practices. ICF Los Angeles actively promotes awareness of coaching to the community at large.

Register for ICFLA’s teleclasses, follow us on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn and learn about ICFLA Membership to become part of an exciting and active community of coaches.

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Special Interest Groups

Special Interest GroupsSpecial Interest Groups

The ICFLA Special Interest Groups (SIGs) meetings are held either in person or virtually, and are intended to offer ICFLA members and non-members more connection points with ICFLA and other coaches around the world.

For more information, dates, and to register, click on the registration button below.

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Teleclass

Tia GrahamBringing Happiness Into Coaching: Elevating Your Clients with Science of Happiness

with Tia Graham

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 11:00 AM Pacific

1.0 CCE for Resource Development

Learn how to utilize the SPIRE model (SPIRE model from Harvard’s Tal Ben-Shahar) to bring new client awareness and insights. Use The Upside of Stress to reframe client’s relationship with the emotion; partner with client to understand levers that can be pulled to increase well-being; benefit of understanding the “big picture” of the science of happiness; shift client’s relationship with their painful emotions utilizing The Permission To Be Human; invoke inquiry into how clients feel about happiness for greater understanding, awareness, and clarity, and much more!

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Teleclass

Sacred Empowerment: Using Voice Dialogue Techniques to Empower Your Client.

with Jeanine Mancusi, CPCC, LLMC., & Michelle Goss, CPCC, LLMC.

Thursday, August 1, 2019 - 11:00 AM Pacific

1.5 CCEs for Core Competencies

As coaches, we often get seduced into coaching the less powerful aspects of our clients. Believing that the "lesser voice" needs support. Through recognizing various voices the coach can encourage their clients to find the most empowered voice within and champion them to rise to the more True Self of who they really are. In this teleclass learn: to recognize 5 Key voices within; to distinguish the most empowered Self from the lesser self; to build trust with all aspects of the client; when to move into empowered action, and much more! 

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Teleclass

Si AlhirBusiness Agility and Digital Transformation: Real Stories from the Trenches

with Si Alhir

Tuesday, August 20th, 11:00 AM Pacific

1.0 CCE for Resource Development

What is business agility through digital transformation? While the "un-agile business" is quickly moving toward extinction, there is great confusion around business agility! It is not about agile practices within an organization’s business functions or agile practices within an organization’s technology functions, but agility imbued in the enterprises as a whole. In this teleclass - using real stories from the trenches - learn what business agility and digital transformation are all about; how to coach for achieving greater business agility using various case experiences; how to coach digital transformation, and much more!

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ICFLA August 2019 Chapter Meeting

Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCCGoing Deeper: How to Masterfully Coach the Person, Not Their Problem

with Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 - 6:30 PM Pacific

CCEs: 1.5 CCEs for Core Competencies

Even experienced coaches fall into the trap of focusing on the problems clients bring to their sessions. There might be fears of emotional reactions or discomfort with “challenging” the client. If you stay focused on these dilemmas, the coaching feels like it is going in circles because of the emotional attachment your clients have to their problems. This session will help you shift from problem-solving to coaching the human in front of you. You will discover new applications of your coaching competencies, learn three ways to prepare your mind for coaching, and after observing a demonstration of coaching with the presenter, explore what you will do differently in your own coaching following the session.

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