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Establishing Context in Coaching

  • 08/21/2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom, Details provided in Registration Confirmation


  • Open to ICF Global members associated with any chapter and the general public
  • Requires code to attend


Overview: Despite our efforts to establish universal languages and competencies in business and leadership, it's vital to remember that we serve a diverse spectrum of leaders. They come from varied backgrounds, genders, cultures, faiths, skill sets, experiences, languages, and face their unique limitations and challenges.

While systems and frameworks offer convenience and efficiency for coaches, to truly meet our clients where they are, we must lead with a full understanding of their lived experience to make coaching relevant and transformative - underscoring the importance of establishing context in coaching.
  • What is context?
  • Why is context in coaching critical?
  • What are the benefits of context?
  • How do we co-create context with our clients?
Charles Sue-Wah-Sing, CPCC, PCC & IPF (Executive and Whole Life Coach) believes that by doing our inner work, we are better prepared for our outer work. Through personal growth, we learn to create in ways that inspire, engage, and connect with the most important people in our lives. Coaching is a means to that end.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a certified Co-Active coach, Imago professional facilitator, Leadership Circle facilitator, and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF). He is also trained in nonviolent communication, emotional intelligence, conscious leadership, positive intelligence, and various leadership assessment tools.

Charles’ clients range from emerging leaders to seasoned executives, entrepreneurs, individuals in life transitions, and couples.

In addition, Charles has trained, spoken, and facilitated programs on diversity, equity, and inclusion, anti-racism, and anti-oppression in the workplace. He is also the founder of For Men of Color, a coaching group for Black, Brown, Latino, Asian, and mixed-race men.

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