Mentor Program: July Online Clinic on Coaching Models
When: Friday, July 21, 2017 from 9:00-10:00 AM
Earns 1.0 CFRE Credits
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Once registration is received, you will be emailed the link to join the Clinic.
If you are in the 2017 Mentor Program, as a Fellow/Protege or as a Mentor, you
are invited to join this online clinic! Using Zoom video conference, you
will be able to see everyone else on the clinic. This
is an excellent opportunity to get more out of your mentor program
experience, and network with others.
TOPIC: Coaching Models
Stacy Lee Gardner, Executive Coach and Philanthropy Specialist, joins the Mentor Program as guest coach for this clinic. She will present an integral coaching model for considering ourselves as whole people in whole systems. This model is useful for Mentors who are interested in applying some coaching theory to their work mentoring fundraisers, supervising teams and transforming cultures. Fellows/proteges will be interested in how this model informs building relationships with a diversity of stakeholders. For all, it is a valuable model for showing up as our authentic selves.
In addition, Elizabeth Seja Min, AFP Golden Gate's Executive Director, who is also an Executive Coach, will bring a couple tools from her work in Conversational Intelligence to expand everyone's "kit bag." C-IQ is regarded as one of the leading edge coaching methodologies, based in neuroscience and asking, "What is culture but the quality of conversations we have with each other?"
Stacy Lee Gardner:
With more than 20-years experience as a c-suite executive, Stacy Lee Gardner has worked with corporate and non-profit CEOs, senior executives, tech innovators, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, artists, and elected officials to transform our social and political landscape. As a leadership and philanthropy specialist, and certified integral coach, Stacy provides coaching and consulting services to individuals and organizations working to improve the human condition on a personal, local, national and global scale. Drawing from both Eastern and Western philosophies, somatic awareness and cognitive development, and committed to developing the whole human being, Stacy works with clients on mastering the skills and competencies required to move beyond current limitations and into a way of being that invites infinite possibilities, meaningful success, and deep fulfillment—in business and beyond.
Stacy served Planned Parenthood from 2001-2014 as senior vice president, leading a large team of staff and volunteers who raised millions of dollars for the organization. She directed strategic initiatives designed to increase revenue, manage a monumental shift in the organization’s culture, and increase stability in a rapidly growing, highly stressful environment. Stacy was a key partner in the leadership team that, despite a hostile political environment, took Planned Parenthood Northern California from a nine county regional affiliate with a $12-million budget to one of the largest and most esteemed Planned Parenthoods in the country, expanding into key markets from San Francisco to the Oregon border. During this unprecedented time, PP Nor-Cal increased annual revenue to over $44-million, and served more than 100,000 clients at 20+ health centers each year.