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Coaching SIG: March 2011

  • 01 Mar 2011
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • 7400 Arlington Road Bethesda, MD

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Coaching SIG: Joint CBODN-ASTD SIG

Topic: The Immunity to Change

“A recent study showed that when doctors tell heart patients they will die if they don't change their habits, only one in seven will be able to follow through successfully. Desire and motivation aren't enough: even when it's literally a matter of life or death, the ability to change remains maddeningly elusive."  (excerpt from Amazon, reviewing Immunity to Change).

Our March 1st SIG meeting will provide a firsthand opportunity to learn more about the Immunity to Change and how to deal with it.  An explanation of the model and how to apply it to your own growth, the professional growth of your individual clients, and the evolving needs of organizations will be provided.  As described in the 2009 book by Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey, the model provides coaches and OD consultants with refreshing new perspectives on how to help people and organizations get past their resistance and sustain long-term change.   During the evening session coaching applications and resources will be provided for you to use in your practices.
 
Speaker: Mimi Darmstadter

Mimi Darmstadter, owner of My Life's Work -- Coaching & Consulting LLC, is an executive coach and Human Resources consultant who works with individuals and organizations to support workforce development and engagement.  Mimi brings to her work over 25 years of experience in Human Resources, particularly in the learning and performance arena.  Mimi is also the co-founder of Working MAMA (Metropolitan Area “working”  Mother's Alliance), an executive group coaching program for high-achieving working moms.  Mimi lives in Bethesda MD with her family.  She can be reached at:  mimi@mylifesworkcoaching.com
http://mylifesworkcoaching.com

SIG Leader: David Lassiter(david@leadershipadvantage.com | 301-924-2936)

SIG Description:

This group is for those in the CBODN and/or ASTD community who are interested in enhancing their coaching skills and coaching business practices.

The purpose of the Coaching Special Interest Group (SIG) is twofold:

  • To provide a community where those interested in the coaching field can informally come together to discuss and share experiences
  • To provide a forum for learning new and/or different aspects of the evolving field of coaching


Our efforts are focused on serving the needs and interests of our coaching community. This is most often reflected in areas such as the Identification & Discussion of Tactical and Strategic Coaching Issues; Learning & Sharing of Coaching Models, Techniques, Tools and Strategies; Exploring Ethical and Boundary Issues; Enhancement of Knowledge; and Identification and Sharing of Resources.

Who would benefit from attending: Those in the CBODN and/or ASTD community who are interested in enhancing their coaching skills and coaching business practices.

Meeting Frequency: First Tuesday of each month

* Note: The Coaching SIG does not meet in June, July, or August *

Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Venue:     

Bethesda Library
7400 Arlington Road Bethesda, MD
240-777-0970

For additional information and directions to the library go to www.montgomerycountymd.gov/library

 

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