The 11th core coaching competency is about managing progress and accountability. Our colleague, and Past President of ICF Québec, Richard La Rue, will lead an open conversation on the issue of accountability. Participants will have the opportunity to exchange ideas on the concept, it’s mechanism, and how it helps the coachee to move forward. What does being accountable really mean? What are the deeper roots of accountability? What are your beliefs on accountability and how do your beliefs impact your coachee’s ability to deliver on his/her promises? How do you co-create an alliance with your coachee on accountability? What conversation are you having with your coachees on the subject of accountability? What are the limits of your responsibility as a coach? What powerful questions do you ask your coachee in order to make her/him accountable? What are your blind spots on accountability? What are the consequences of not holding your coachee accountable on his actions?
Richard asks that each of you come prepared to share your unique perspectives on the topic with the group.
About Richard La Rue:
Richard is a seasoned leader with many years of practical experience in the corporate world as a senior executive and advisor, as well as his years as an executive coach. He strongly believes in the potential and natural resourcefulness of his clients and is committed to helping them powerfully manage their career and career transitions. Highly committed to the coaching profession, he is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) with the designation of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach® (CPCC) for CTI® - The Coaches Training Institute. He is currently Vice-President & Executive Coach, Talent Management Services at Optimum Talent.
November 28, 2017 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Offices of Vézina Nadeau Labre
5000 Jean Talon West Suite 260
(parking - FREE in the parking area on the west side of the building - METRO: Namur, 4-7 minute walk)
Networking begins at 5:30 pm and the activity starts at 6 pm.
Please be sure to arrive before 6 pm as the main door close at 6:00 pm.
You must preregister to attend the event. Places are limited, so please make sure you register as soon as possible.
COST includes a simple catered supper – taxes are extra
ICF Québec Member : $25
ICF Member: $30
Non-member : $35
Ed Rudick 514-582-6400