During this dynamic and interactive session, Chariti Gent, MCC, Director of Coaching Education at the University of Wisconsin Madison, and celebrated teacher/trainer offers her “Top 10 Expert Strategies” for up leveling your coaching skills. Building off the ICF Core Competencies, Chariti shares with participants some hard-earned wisdom, tips, and tricks of the trade she’s found that have made her a “better” coach. We all know the basics of what it means to be a good coach. This class will make you better.
You will walk away with ten (10) new ideas and/or strategies that you can apply in your own sessions with clients right away—and that hopefully make you a better coach, too! Those include things like:
1. The magic of duct tape
2. The (reflective) lob
3. The 20 second rule
…and more! You don’t want to miss it.
Participants will earn 1 Core Competency CCEs for attending this program.
Chariti Gent is a veteran of the coaching world, starting her journey as an internal corporate coach and trainer for a major international franchise in 2007. From there, Chariti founded and ran her own boutique coaching firm, Chariti Gent Coaching and Consulting (www.charitigent.com). After nearly a decade coaching private clients, Chariti went on to serve as Lead Faculty for the Certified Professional Coach program (UWCPC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Currently, Chariti oversees the portfolio of professional coaching education and training programs at the UW-Madison, including their ICF accredited, ACTP/Level 2 flagship program.
Chariti received her formal International Coach Federation (ICF) training and certification through the Co-Active Training Institute. She became a certified ICF PCC Assessor in 2018 and earned the designation of Master Certified Coach (MCC) in 2020. Chariti currently serves as the ICF Global Education Ambassador for the North American, Latin American, and Caribbean region (NALAC).
When not working to bring top-notch training to all of the UW’s coaching students, Chariti can be found e-bike riding around town, creating mixed media art in her home studio, and/or relaxing on a lake with a beer in hand.