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International Coach Federation - St. Louis Chapter


As coaches, we believe that all great discoveries and breakthroughs are preceded by curiosity, and we are delighted that your curiosity has led you to us.

Our mission: To advance the art, science, practice, and success of professional coaching in the St. Louis Metropolitan area and surrounding regions of eastern Missouri, southern Illinois, eastern Iowa and northern Arkansas.
 

Please accept our invitation to come, explore, discover, learn, and grow.

 

Join us on Tuesday, November 19, 2019

The ICF PCC Marker Taxonomy: The Learning Markers
(How we create awareness)

 

Are you striving to elevate your coaching skills? Understanding and employing the ICF PPC Markers can help you do that.

The ICF PCC Markers have become the standard for evaluating professional coaching. As such, every coach should be aware of and applying the Markers in their daily coaching. The Marker Taxonomy is invaluable to coaching since it helps organize the 47 behavioral markers into a meaningful structure. Understanding of the Markers facilitates the systematic execution of these coach behaviors. The “Learning” Markers create awareness through invited reflection on the coaching content and process.

Join Tom Krapu, PhD, PCC in a lively presentation using paired exploration and group discussion to explore the Creating Awareness Markers.

Three learning objectives:

  • Participants will understand the history of the PCC Markers and how the Taxonomy came into being and accelerates mastery with the Markers.
  • Participants will understand the Marker Taxonomy at a high level and be introduced to the five (5) fundamental Marker categories.
  • Participants will know the “Learning” Markers in particular.

CEU's for this program are 1 Core & .5 Resource Development

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 Meet Tom Krapu, PhD, PCC

Tom Krapu is the “taxonomy guy”. His ICF PCC Marker Taxonomy has gotten rave reviews from coaches at all levels and is being integrated into ICF coach training. The Taxonomy organizes the 47 ICF PCC Markers into five broad categories to help them be learned more easily. Tom has completed the ICF PCC Marker training. He uses his Taxonomy in his role as a mentor coach and coach educator. He teaches executive coaching at the University of Texas-Dallas Jindal School of Management.

Tom’s PhD level of training in psychometrics, assessment and test and scale construction brings the highest level of training and experience to the debriefing of coaching assessments including 360 feedback surveys. He designs and implements 360 feedback programs in organizations. He also manages a 360 feedback platform where he publishes custom 360 feedback surveys including his own that are designed for physicians, congregationally based clergy and K-12 school principles.

Utilizing evidence based coaching methods, Tom Krapu, PhD, PCC helps his coaching clients create relational impact across their organizations that lead to lasting business results. Whether it is managing up, collaborating with peers, or creating a powerful culture in their organization, Tom's executive coaching increases your leadership agility and advances your career while serving the larger organization. He has worked with individuals in their development for over 30 years and since 2001 as a coach, trainer, and facilitator. Tom has obtained the Professional Coaching Certification (PCC) from the International Coach Federation (ICF) and has coached over two thousand hours with dozens of leadership coaching clients. This includes mid and senior level executive leaders, company presidents, CEOs, and teams in the public, private and non-profit sectors.


 





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Meeting Location:

The Heights Community Center
Argus Room
8001 Dale Ave.
Richmond Heights, Mo 63117

Time:
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Networking 5:30- 5:45pm 

4th Tuesday of the month!
2019 Dates:
 Sept 24, Oct 22, Nov 19
Holiday Party: Dec. 10

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