Upcoming events


Systemic Coaching: Finding Your Inner Resources through Systemic Awareness

08-08-2010:00 am -11:30 am
 Date:   8th August 2020, Saturday
 Time:  10:00am - 11:30am
 Cost:  FOC
 CCEU:  Core Competencies: 1 Resource Development: 0.5

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In these, and other challenging times, it is sometimes hard for us to find our own internal resources. If we are feeling stressed or anxious, whilst of course pretending to be fine (because we are coaches️), then it’s no surprise we are not at our best. Lots of our clients are struggling here too. Your internal resources are the knowledge and skills that you gather from experience and then activate to allow you to regulate your emotional state, take good care of yourself, and grow in self-awareness, optimism and confidence. Kathy Tracey MCC will share her systemic understanding and practice of finding resources, using an exercise called "The Piwakawaka’s Tail”. You will find this a versatile and easy to use tool which will become your ‘go-to' tool for a range of coaching situations. Simple but powerful. It’s particularly well received in life coaching, executive coaching and career coaching. This coaching intervention is a real gift right now as it’s easy to use when coaching by phone or video link. “I put my resource tail up on the fridge – it transforms my self-belief & confidence every day!” Health Sector Manager.

Learning Outcome:

1. Understanding and practice of a new coaching tool to find resources

2. Understanding of Systemic Coaching Principles

3 Introduction to Embodied work

4. Use of Metaphor in Coaching

About the Speaker

Kathy Tracey, MCC, has regularly coached some of the most senior leaders in Government and Private sector organisations in the Channel Islands and Europe. Her clients have included many senior partners in blue chip global Law and Accountancy firms, Directors in the Finance Sector, and many Heads of Service in Government Departments. She has returned to the country of her birth and now has a coaching & training practice based in Wellington. She also offers professional supervision and mentoring.

Kathy has been a systemic practitioner for over 35 years, first in her social work practice and then transferring that philosophy and range of methodologies into her leadership development and coaching practice. Since 2014, Kathy has been studying and practicing Systemic Mapping and Constellations, predominantly under the tutelage of John Whittington in London. She was a member of the inaugural ‘Path to Mastery’ group which completed 2 years of specialised study in 2019. She has also studied with Ty Francis, Klaus Horn and experienced the work of Judith Hemming and Lyn Storey, constantly looking to build her knowledge and practice. Kathy is the co-founder of the Systemic Coach Academy of New Zealand which provides systemic coach training, mentoring and supervision. Kathy also uses Systemic Mapping and Coaching Constellations with her corporate and business clients, and for providing coach supervision.


Peer Coaching Community of Practice sessions are hosted by Chhaya and Avni

12-08-2011:00 am -1:00 pm

Peer Coaching Community of Practice (CoP)

The Peer Coaching CoP is designed to practice coaching, be coached, observe coaching, share feedback to elevate your coaching skills in line with ICF’s Gold Standard in a safe space. Meet and interact with other coaches and observe different styles and at the same time deepen your understanding of ICF core competencies. Use the power of reflection and feedback to grow.

Peer Coaching Community of Practice sessions are hosted by Chhaya and Avni

Avni Martin is an Professional Certified Coach (PCC) certified by the International Coach Federation who runs an ICF Accredited Coach Training School in Singapore, training, coaching and mentoring coaches through ACTP, ACSTH, CCE courses and Mentor Coaching Programs. Avni also runs Teams & Organisational Coaching for Corporates.She's currently training to be an Ennegram and NLP Master Practitioner as well as completing her professional development journey to become a Master Certified Coach.

Born in India, brought up in UK, with a degree in Chemistry from Imperial College London, Avni has lived and travelled in over 30 countries, worked in HR Consulting, Leadership Development and is a mother of 3 young children.

Chhaya Dias, Life Coach/ Founder of The Balance Beam, has a (M.Phil) in Psychology with working experience in India, Japan and Singapore as a Coach, Counsellor, Teacher and Facilitator. She is a Certified Emotional Intelligence Assessor & Practitioner, a graduate of Coach U (Adv. Coach Training) and an NLP Practitioner. She is currently pursuing a Certificate in "Inner Child Healing therapy". Her Coaching practice focuses on professionals, entrepreneurs and executives working with challenges like balancing competing priorities, strengthening relationships, navigating change and transitions, alleviating stress, creating wellbeing and personal development.


Life Coaching Communities of Practice is hosted by Ruchi Parekh

14-08-2012:00 pm -1:00 pm

Life Coaching Communities of Practice is hosted by Ruchi Parekh

Ruchi Parekh is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) certified by the International Coach Federation focusing on Life Coaching for Executives with Leadership Development. She is also an Accredited Belbin Facilitator. Belbin Team Roles are used to identify behavioural strengths and weaknesses in the workplace. Whether developing people, resolving conflict or fine-tuning high performance. Ruchi is a lawyer by profession having practiced law in India and in Hong Kong. While she enjoyed law, she had a deep sense to do something more meaningful, helping people more directly and driving towards their passion.


The Internal Coaching Community of Practice is hosted by Hermann

25-08-207:00 pm -8:30 pm

The Internal Coaching Community of Practice is hosted by Hermann

Hermann is a CSA accredited Coaching Supervisor who has been an Executive and Leadership Coach for over 20 years. He has served on the Singapore ICF Chapter’s Executive Committee for 7 years, having been President in 2016-2017.  His current interest in Internal Coaching was stimulated by a research project he co-led with the Center of Creative Leadership (CCL) looking at the infrastructure needed to support organizational coaching programs. 


Coaching Resources

28-08-2012:30 pm -1:30 pm


As a Coach, we are on a journey to evolve and grow.  This COP on Coaching Resources is to create a space for collaborate learning, sharing of content and deepening our knowledge with evolving information related to coaching.  It is an opportunity to meet and broaden your network and friendships, with other coaches who are at a similar point in their coaching careers.

Professional coaching is constantly evolving in methodology, application and research.  Recognizing the importance to all coaches to are creating a platform to discuss a new modality, a new book or article or even review how I am showing up as a Coach?

This group is open to all coaches, you may be new, seasoned, or aspiring to be a coach, you are either credentialled or on the path to credentialing.  We get together once a month to deepen our knowledge and learning as a way to provide support for those who are navigating their way in the world of coaching.

Focus of this CoP: 

• What kind of coach do I want to be?

• What it takes to get your Credentials (for ACC/PCC/MCC) 

• How to grow beyond ACC/PCC/MCC

• How to know and define my Coaching Niche.

• Various type of Coaching in the Industry – and what it means to be an Executive Coach, or Life Coach, Health Coach. 

• Individual vs. Team Coaching vs Group Coaching

• Network Places, Must Read Books / Articles

• Coaching offering and Pricing in the industry

• How can I get Coaching hours from Pro-Bono vs Paid vs. volunteer coaching

The Resources Community of Practice is hosted by JassMalaney

JassMalaney, PCC, is the Past President of the ICF Singapore Chapter.  She is an Executive Leadership Coach & Keynote Speaker.  Prior to becoming a Coach, she has held senior leadership roles including working as a Diplomat at the United Nations, The WorldBank.

She is an advocate forProfessional Coaching and organized Laser Coaching sessions and presentation for Corporates and Non-profit sectors.  She launched the campaign Every leader needs a Coach, Make sure yours is ICF Credentialed to promote Credentialled Coaches.  As a way to engage and create learning tribes, she launched the Communities of Practice (COP). She has served as the Chapter President (2017-2018) President Elect, (2016-2017), Vice President (2012-2013), PR Chair (2011 -2012). She played key organizing roles in the Asia Pacific Coaching Conference in 2010 and 2012. Chaired the first Symposium on “Coaching for Future” during the Coaching Week 2015. Conceptualised, edited and published a Coaching Journal "Coaching Resource Guide".


Event for Health and Performance

08-09-205:30 pm -7:00 pm


Health affects everyone indirectly or directly. But sometimes a serious illness can come unexpectedly, changing the world of our clients and their outlook on life instantaneously, and making even the smallest of tasks seem like massive obstacles. 

Integrating into coaching – how they can overcome the challenges that arise out of health condition(s) – we can help them find their new normal and move them forward to function and perform optimally, both at work and in their personal lives. 

Focus of this CoP: 

• Create your Health Recovery coaching model, structure, and powerful questions.

• Understand best practices, sensitizing oneself, and tools that can be used to coach recovery warriors. 

• Create an understanding if mindfulness is beneficial and how it can be incorporated in the practice.

The Coaching for Health Recovery and Performance Community of Practice is hosted by PreetiKurani 

PreetiKurani is a Transformative High-Performance Coach who works with businesses, leaders, and individuals to helptransform perspectives forelevating impact at work and in their personal lives. She combines focus, intuition, creativity, and open communication to help people move forwardand achieve their goals while staying congruent with their values.

Preeticomes with 20 years’ experience in business, sales, and people development within the luxury industry and working with different cultures and countries. She is Certified in Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholders Centred Coaching Program for Leaders and Teams, and a Professional Co-Active Coach. She also runs workshops in different areas related to performance thinking, self-management, and professional skill building.