ICF-Long Island, Inc.

Using the DISC Assessment in Coaching - February 27, 2018

International Coach Federation – Long Island Chapter (ICF-LI) Presents:

USING THE DISC ASSESSMENT IN COACHING – receive a free copy of your DISC profile

Speaker:     Marc Miller

Date:            Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Time:           6:30 pm-9:00 pm

Place:          Marriott Residence Inn

.     9 Gerhard Road
.     Plainview, New York 11803
.     (516) 433-6200

Continuing Education Credits: 1.5 ICF CCU [Approved]

 

Topic: There are a number of excellent behavioral “type” assessments available that can be valuable to both the client and the coach during the coaching process. One of the assessments that is most widely used in coaching is the DISC assessment, which can help our clients achieve their goals in their interpersonal relationships and occupational endeavors.

During this presentation you will learn:

  • How the four DISC dimensions reliably reflect the unique behavioral patterns of every person.
  • How to apply the DISC profile of both the client and the coach within the coaching relationship.
  • Bonus: Every attendee who registers in advance for this ICF-Long Island meeting will be provided with the opportunity to take the DISC assessment online, and will be sent a printable, comprehensive report of their results. This is a complimentary bonus for attendees, so please register by February 21st so you can have your report with you for the live presentation on February 27th.

Our Presenter: Marc Miller, the President of MLM Coaching & Consulting, LLC, has a Ph.D. in Psychology from Adelphi University, and a Professional Coaching Certificate from the Professional Coaching Program at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College. He holds the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF). Marc is also a trained divorce mediator and a Certified Divorce Coach®.  After many years of doing psychotherapy with adults, couples and families, he now focuses his practice on coaching and consulting with professionals, business owners, leaders and organizational teams to improve performance and achieve optimal results. Marc is the current President of the Long Island Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF-LI).

To register: go to www.icf-li.com. The early bird fee for Full Members and Associate Members is $25 (if paid by 2/21/18) and $35 at the door. The early bird fee for non-activity paid Affiliate Members is $35 in advance and $40 at the door. The fee for non-members is $40. A light dinner will be served.  For more information and reservations contact Ronit Hakimi at: treasurer@icf-li.com.

The International Coach Federation is dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high ethical standard, providing independent certification and building a worldwide network of credentialed coaches across a variety of coaching disciplines. ICF is active in representing all facets of the coaching industry including Executive, Life Vision and Enhancement, Leadership, Relationship, and Career Coaching. Its 27,000-plus members located in more than 135 countries work toward the common goal of enhancing awareness of coaching, upholding the integrity of the profession, and continually educating themselves with the newest research and practices. Go to www.icf-li.com to learn more.


 

In 1997, ICF-Long Island, Inc., The Long Island Coaching Alliance was founded as a chapter of the International Coach Federation by a group of executive, business, and personal coaches. It was incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in 2001.

The founding coaches developed ICF-Long Island, Inc. as a means of creating:

  • support for one another
  • a forum for professional development
  • community outreach programs

ICF-Long Island, Inc.  coaches are dedicated to partnering with individuals, groups and business that want to make effective changes.

ICF-Long Island, Inc. members are coaching professionals who offer a range of coaching specializations including:

  • ADHD coaching
  • Business coaching
  • Career coaching
  • Divorce coaching
  • Executive coaching
  • Leadership coaching
  • Life coaching
  • Mentor coaching
  • Relationship coaching
  • Retirement coaching
  • Transition coaching
  • Workplace coaching

 


ICF-Long Island, Inc. Executive Committee:

Marc Miller- President
Maribeth T. Kraus – Immediate Past President
Mindy Stern – Public Relations Director
John Little – Membership Director
Lois Cooper – Directors of Programs, Education, and Professional Development
Ronit Hakimi – Treasurer, Director of  Corporate Compliance
Joshua Lissauer – Secretary

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ICF-Long Island Board 2016

BACK L to R: Joshua Lissauer, Marc Miller, Mindy Stern, John Little

FRONT L to R:  Maryann Hennessey, Lois Cooper, Maribeth Kraus, Ronit Hakimi

 

Our Mission is to:

1.    Educate the Long Island (LI) community and create a strong market for coaching here on LI.
2.    Provide ongoing support, tools, and networking opportunities to our members.
3.    Help our members achieve their goals.


International Coach Federation Core Purpose

 

To advance the art, science and practice of professional coaching.

It is the immediate goal of the ICF to take our organization to the next level and become a strong (and unified) voice for the coaching profession and provide ever-increasing value for members.

Contact Information and Inquiries

We are always available and responsive and encourage your comments, suggestions and feedback so that we can better serve your needs.

To contact the ICF office, please e-mail icfheadquarters@coachfederation.org or call 888.423.3131 (toll free), or +1.859.219.3580.