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Laurel 
 
 

 


 

Whether you are seeking a
coach or are a coach,
ICF North Texas (ICF NT)
is the best professional
coaching resource in
Dallas/Fort Worth!


 

 

Whether you are seeking a
coach or are a coach,
ICF North Texas (ICF NT)
is the best professional
coaching resource in
Dallas/Fort Worth!


 

 

Whether you are seeking a
coach or are a coach,
ICF North Texas (ICF NT)
is the best professional
coaching resource in
Dallas/Fort Worth!


 

 

Whether you are seeking a
coach or are a coach,
ICF North Texas (ICF NT)
is the best professional
coaching resource in
Dallas/Fort Worth!


 

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January 9, 2015 Monthly Meeting

Title: A Decade of E.I.: Applied Emotional Intelligence@Work
Presenters: Becky Tise and Bruce Davidson
 
JCA Global is a U.K. based consultancy that specializes in Applied Emotional Intelligence at @ Work and brings a new and fresh perspective, strongly supported by the latest findings in neuroscience. This approach to E.I. adds the key element of “attitude” and explains how attitudes influence feelings, which fuels thinking and drives behavior. By changing attitudes, therefore, it is possible to create lasting change in behaviors, thoughts and feelings. This highly interactive session will explore a decade of research of E.I. by industry sector, job role, age, gender and global regions and countries. Additionally, the session will focus on how these findings and the addition of the attitudinal component of emotional intelligence can enhance professional coaching engagements.
 
General Session Learning Outcomes:
• Understanding of how adding the attitudinal component of E.I. to a coaching practice can fast track the path to more sustainable change
• Introduce a new and additional element of Emotional Intelligence to expand the definition beyond the 4-box model that will be already familiar to many.
• Thought-provoking understanding of the variations in E.I. by industry age, country, job role, etc.

CCEUs: .5 Core / .5 Resource


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Workshop 1:30-3:00

Title: Coaching with and to Emotional Intelligence: Adding the Element of Attitude
Speakers: Becky Tise and Bruce Davidson
Brief Description of Workshop: Participants will have the opportunity in an interactive case study environment to work through how adding the new element of attitude can enhance any coaching practice. Participants will work with actual examples of sample surveys that employ JCA’s fresh perspective on E.I., enabling them to immediately apply a new approach and tool to their coaching engagements going forward.
Workshop Learning Outcomes:
• Learning to apply a new and fresh perspective on E.I. into your coaching practice.
• Experiential understanding and interpretation of the attitudinal element of emotional intelligence.
• Exploration of how the attitudinal component of E.I can be complementary and additive to approaches to E.I. that you may already be using.
 Length of Workshop: 90 minutes (or 1.5 hours)

CCEUs: .75 Core / .75 Resource


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Biographies:
Becky Tise is an experienced business professional with a track record of success in sales, sales management, change management, coaching and learning & development. Her experience is wide and varied, and she shows herself to be a master of resilience. Becky’s inclusive style of facilitation is always the subject of positive participant feedback, as she is devoted to inspiring her audience to positive, sustainable action. Becky is passionate about improving people’s lives at work and her interests center on enabling people to realize their full potential through supportive coaching and leadership. Prior to joining JCA, Becky served as Director of Curriculum Design for an international management consultancy, conducting extensive work in development, coaching, and facilitation across a number of business sectors. Becky has spent many years with Hewlett Packard with her tenure culminating in Learning and Development. She was once described by a Cisco executive as “the best and most creative instructional designer I have ever had the pleasure to know.” Becky has been a pioneer in distance and self-paced programs and won numerous awards from the American Society of Training and Development, the Society for Human Resources, and Brandon Hall.

Bruce Davidson is responsible for growing JCA’s sustainable presence and impact in the North America marketplace. He is passionate about translating the power of Emotional Intelligence and self-insight into tangible business impact. He is a seasoned and experienced business professional, a qualified executive coach and a master facilitator. He has extensive experience as a manager and global business leader with broad experience in sales, marketing, operations, change management, learning & development and HR, including many years as a Director for Hewlett Packard.
Prior to joining JCA, Bruce served as Managing Director of the North American division of an international management consultancy business. He has worked extensively in the banking and financial services sector, the technology industry, telecommunications and manufacturing. Bruce has led coaching and leadership engagements with such clients as Barclays, Morgan Stanley, RBS, Lloyds Banking Group, HP and Cisco. Bruce has led many large scale change and business transformation initiatives and has coached executives leading similar change processes, both in North America and around the globe. 


Welcome to December!

Holiday greetings!

 

As we approach the last month of 2014 I want to thank the 2014 Board for their dedication and service.

 

First, a note of appreciation to those leaving the board. Tom Donaldson led our efforts to help new members get off to a good start with the “Connector” program. Jan Norton brought her professional financial skills to the Treasurer role and leaves the Chapter in great financial shape. Debjani Biswas led the Prism team to create an event that energized and connected participants. And, Jim Cooper served this chapter in many roles: President, Prism Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, and most importantly, “wise advisor.” Thank you all; we look forward to your continued chapter involvement.

 

The Chapter will benefit from the experience and commitment of our continuing Board members. Neil Phillips will lead the board as President, bringing a breadth of Chapter board experience. He will be well supported by Randy Fernandez (President-Elect), Kathleen Klaviter, Valerie Pelan, and Marcia Zidle. Thank you for your past and continuing efforts.

 

The entire board is pleased to welcome our incoming board members: Erika Horton, Lisa Krishnan, Catherine Oleksiw, Jude Olson, and Laurel Rolls. They bring impressive credentials and a diversity of professional experience.

 

On a personal note, when I first joined the board I wasn’t sure what to expect. What I found was a wealth of chapter friendships and a deeper connection and commitment to the coaching profession. I look forward to continued involvement in 2015.

 

I hope to see you at our Holiday Party on December 12. Best wishes for a joyous holiday season.

Warm regards,

 

Francesca Spinelli, PhD, PCC

President, ICF North Texas Coaches

Click Here to Read December 2014 Newsletter

 

 

 

  

 


 
 

 



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