Learn to integrate personality type, emotional intelligence, and the power of “and” through a practical coaching method. If you’re looking for effective coaching tools for leaders at every level: We’ll equip you with the skills to guide clients in developing greater self-mastery and clearer focus, so they can become the leaders others want to follow. This is a great addition to your leadership development toolkit, especially if you’re already certified to use a type instrument such as the MBTI(r). If you already have your ICF Coaching certification: You can earn 12 CCEs when you complete the 2-day course. Schedule: Type Deep Dive session: April 21st, 8:30 am-4 pm This is for coaches who don’t have MBTI certification and want to learn more about using the framework for Intentional Leadership It is also for certified coaches looking for solid interpretation and application tools Certification course: April 22nd-23rd, from 8:30 am-4 pm each day Member Discount: Members of the Association for Psychological Type International (APTi) or other national type associations, other APTi chapter, ICF, and Crescendo Connect get an additional $100 dollars off. This Certification Workshop includes: Coursework: The “12 Lenses of Leadership” framework The synthesis of psychological type, emotional intelligence, and polarity thinking to leverage strengths and account for blind spots The “priority focus” processleaders can use again and again to choose the right priorities given who they are, who they are leading, their current realities, and where they need to go Materials: A copy of Intentional Leadership by Dr. Jane Kise and the Intentional Leadership Priority Cards Leadership Priority Focus ™ for a personal leadership goal Breakfast and lunch each day The 12 ICF CCE credits (you must complete all course requirements to receive credit) Meet your instructors: Dr. Jane Kise, author of Intentional Leadership and founder of Differentiated Coaching Associates, is an executive coach and organizational consultant. Author of over 20 books, Jane’s clients include NASA, Minneapolis Public Schools, the Bush Foundation, and numerous education and business organizations. She holds an MBA in finance, a doctorate in Education Leadership, and is an MBTI Master Practitioner. Get to know Jane Kise Ann Holm, MS, ACC, draws on 25 years of experience as a speech pathologist to help clients achieve maximum personal potential using brain-based principles and a broad base of individual assessment tools. Ann is an MBTI Master Practitioner, Intentional Leadership Master Coach; she is also certified to use the MBTI Step III and the EQi 2.0. Get to know Ann Holm “The Intentional Leadership Process helped me quickly clarify a messy and complicated issue and crystallize a plan to address it” – University Provost “Intentional Leadership is focused, relevant, efficient and effective. I highly recommend adding it to your leadership development tool kit.” – Executive Coach Course Prerequisites: Certification for a Jungian type instrument (MBTI®, GPTPTM, JTI®, MTI®, etc.) OR Jungian type theory course (in-depth) such as those offered by Linda Berens Institute,Type Academy in England, or TripleT in New Zealand Evidence of coaching experience or training (ICF certification or equivalent experience) or counseling training – contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about your qualifications Certification Requirements: 2-Day attendees can be certified as Intentional Leadership Coaches upon completing the Intentional Leadership Coach process for themselves and with at least one client and submitting the client’s final Priority Checklist Requirements for 12 ICF CCE credits include Workshop attendance Completion of the Intentional Leadership Coach Certification requirements 1-1 coaching call with an Intentional Leadership Master Coach Registration Includes Coursework and: A copy of Intentional Leadership by Dr. Jane Kise and the Intentional Leadership Priority Cards Priority Checklist ™ for a personal leadership goal – and two more for clients if submitted within 90 days of completing the course
Keynote: Gifted Education Within a Community of Learners No two gifted children are alike—in fact, no two children are alike! No wonder educators struggle to meet the needs of the gifted and the needs of all students. This session will focus on the foundational part-whole polarity of Individual and Community to explore how to recognize and work with polarities—those polarizing dilemmas where each “side” holds only part of the truth, a part that is incomplete without the other “side.” Experience the power of polarity thinking tools to channel the energy being lost to resistance and debates into positive energy for moving forward together toward mutual goals. And, through a “Drama in Real School Life” scenario, see how a framework of common leadership polarities can help us unearth and leverage for lasting change those values and biases that underlie the pendulum swings in gifted education policies and practices. Jane will also be facilitating the Leadership Day: Leadership workshop: Becoming an Intentional Leader for Gifted Education Whether your role is as an administrator, gifted education coordinator, teacher leader or something else, leadership at every level of gifted education requires vision and goals. However, even more important, it requires intentional reflection on one’s strengths, biases, priorities and strategies for development. In this workshop, you’ll experience a group coaching process that will help you select and focus on a specific development goal to improve your leadership capabilities. Learn how to identify the priorities that are most essential to reaching that goal, the polarities involved that might need to be carefully managed, and how to create “evidence questions” that go beyond the limits of SMART goals by tracking not just progress, but focus—whether you are being intentional about achieving your purpose. Understand how to apply the process to new goals, both short-term and long-term, for your ongoing journey as a leader.