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Executive Coaching SIG: Anxiety and Leadership

  • 07/14/2021
  • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Zoom dial in information provided in confirmation email


  • Open to members of ICF Global associated with any chapter and the public
  • Per event fee for members at the Affiliate or Essential level
  • Open to chapter members at the Premium level, which provides open access to all SIG events
  • Requires approved access from the event leader or a GCC Board member

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Anxiety is a two-edged emotion that can be a motivator as well as a productivity disrupter.

By understanding some of the fundamentals of anxiety manifestation, Executive Coaches can inspire leaders to develop anxiety coping methods.  Starting with the article published in the Harvard Business Review entitled “Leading Through Anxiety” by Morra Aarons Mele, the facilitator leads discussions of the roots of anxiety and what a leader must do to cope with their anxieties.

ICF Gulf Coast member Chuck Blohowiak, PCC, facilitates a discussion where participants explore the anxiety emotion, gain an understanding of anxiety coping methods, and develop coaching conversations with their clients.  Participants are strongly encouraged to obtain the article for pre-reading of the topic to be discussed.  Go to the Harvard Business Review site for additional information.

Participants will:

  1.  Understand foundations of the anxiety emotion
  2. Explore anxiety triggers and tells
  3. Identify coping methods for their own anxiety emotions
  4.  Inspire client’s development of anxiety coping methods 

This session has been approved for 1.0 Core Competency and 0.5 Resource Development CCEUs.

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