1Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Coaching the Distance –Increase Your Impact withCommunication Technology Awareness2...
2Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How to Increase my Impact?Make Friends with Communication Technology1.! Get Hardwar...
3Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Core Message"Grow Your Coaching Impact by LeveragingCommunication Technology "
4Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Why should I care?Your Vision as a Coach
5Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How does this help in my Life?Circle of InfluenceGoogle Maps
6Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How does this Help in my Life?Circle of InfluenceGoogle Maps
7Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Communication Technology:Trends for 2020Always connected(unless offline by choice)3...
8Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Get Hardware That’s Worth ItCategories:–! Telephone–! Smartphone–! Computer–! Table...
9Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Before and After
10Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Communication TechnologyWhat would you like to use?Phone PC/Mac TabletSmartPhone•!...
11Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013What Do You Really Need?•! Who is your Target Audience?•! How does this affect the...
12Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How to Increase my Impact?Make Friends with Communication Technology•! Get Hardwar...
13Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Master the softwareRide the Learning CurvePerformanceNumber of learning attemptssl...
14Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Collaboration ToolsWhat’s out there?(audio only)
15Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Webex Demonstration
16Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How to Increase my Impact?Make Friends with Communication Technology•! Get Hardwar...
17Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Troubleshoot like a ProMurphy’s Law - “Anything that can possibly go wrong,does”
18Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Trust KillersBe aware of software bugs
19Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Where Everyone Fails!The World Clock
20Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Troubleshooting DemonstrationHow to get started – and how to grow1.! Internet conn...
21Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Core Message"Grow Your Coaching Impact by LeveragingCommunication Technology "
22Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How to Increase my Impact?Make Friends with Communication Technology•! Get Hardwar...
23Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Behavioral EtiquetteBuild Trust Virtually
24Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Cultural Aspects & TechnologyVerbal Communication Patterns
25Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013(Virtual) Coaching PresenceSuccessResultsIncrease AwarenessEffective CoachingEtiqu...
26Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013TakeawayWe promised! you receive!
27Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Core Message"Grow Your Coaching Impact by LeveragingCommunication Technology "
28Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Patricia Weiland Bio•! Patricia Weiland brings over 25 years of hands on experienc...
29Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Ralf Wolter Bio•! Ralf Wolter is a senior leader and coach with 25 years of global...
30Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013
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Coaching the distance – Increase your Impact with Communication Technology Awareness
The coaching community invests in the conference to connect to like minded people who love coaching and want to know more. The session will group them into teams where they can call upon each other to experience their first attempts at new technology. They may need help in walking through the steps. But instead of depending on their family members for technical guidance and support, they now connect with someone from the coaching community and will learn along the way. After the session they will be invited to an additional free-of-charge session where they can acutally use the technology in real time with their own computer and Internet connection in their office.

This session will provide an overview and some detail in two areas:
1. Tools and Communiction Technology: what is available in the virtual world? How can coaches benefit from the latest developments in communication technology? What should you use and what shouldn't you use? How can you differentiate yourself from other coaches?
This section has two aspects: first we will describe how coaching conversations benefit from video and collaboration tools, such as Cisco webex, Adobe Connect, GoToWebinar, and others. Second, we will provide a toolkit that helps coaches to be present and active in the Internet, such as file sharing in the cloud, instant messaging, blogs, social business networks, on-demand training, and more.
We will provide live demonstrations for both sections, so attendees get a look and feel of the functionality. (This assumes we have Internet connectivity. Alternatively, we will record demos in advance).
2. Communication aspects of global coaching: tools are only a vehicle, just as the phone was in the past. Once a connection between a coach and a client has been setup, it requires the full set of coaching competencies to create a trusted environment for the client. How do you establish a trusted relationship in a virtual room? How can high-definition video help to build trust faster? What should be considered when coaching globally? We will start with simple challenges such as time zones and drill deeper into other underlying aspects.

Session flow:
The session will begin with the story of "coaching the distance" between Germany and the US. We will start the interactions with a call to the audience to tell us what technology software they use today and what their level of acceptance is - both for themselves and for their clients. Then we will poll what software they would like to use. The results of this query will show the variety and literally impossible mountain climb in the technology camp. How do we tackle this dilemma?

Then the attendees will be asked to self assess their techno savvy. They’ll be invited to meet at table groups (or stand in the aisles) in order to bring balance between stronger technologist and less savvy technologist and start the tec

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ICF session "Coaching the Distance: Increase Your Impact with Technology and Cultural Awareness" (teaser)

  1. 1. 1Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Coaching the Distance –Increase Your Impact withCommunication Technology Awareness2013 ICF Midwest Regional ConferenceJune 20 - 22
  2. 2. 2Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How to Increase my Impact?Make Friends with Communication Technology1.! Get Hardware that’s worth it2.! Master your Software3.! Troubleshoot like a Pro4.! Communicate across boundaries
  3. 3. 3Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Core Message"Grow Your Coaching Impact by LeveragingCommunication Technology "
  4. 4. 4Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Why should I care?Your Vision as a Coach
  5. 5. 5Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How does this help in my Life?Circle of InfluenceGoogle Maps
  6. 6. 6Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How does this Help in my Life?Circle of InfluenceGoogle Maps
  7. 7. 7Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Communication Technology:Trends for 2020Always connected(unless offline by choice)3D / HD Video everywhere,interactive TV1 GB bandwidth foreach householdAugmented RealityTargeted advertising inconjunction with socialnetworksAll phones will become“smart”We will Do work,not go to workLocal and remotecollaborationare considered equalSource: Cisco Systems, 2011
  8. 8. 8Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Get Hardware That’s Worth ItCategories:–! Telephone–! Smartphone–! Computer–! Tablets–! Webcam–! Internet access–! Accessories
  9. 9. 9Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Before and After
  10. 10. 10Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Communication TechnologyWhat would you like to use?Phone PC/Mac TabletSmartPhone•! What do you use today?•! How does it link with your vision as a coach?•! What would you like to try?
  11. 11. 11Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013What Do You Really Need?•! Who is your Target Audience?•! How does this affect the technology need?Millennial /Gen Y / Gen C(15 to 32)Gen X(33 to 44)Traditional orGreatest Gen(65 +)Baby Boomer(45 – 63)
  12. 12. 12Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How to Increase my Impact?Make Friends with Communication Technology•! Get Hardware that’s worth it•! Master your Software•! Troubleshoot like a Pro•! Communicate across boundaries
  13. 13. 13Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Master the softwareRide the Learning CurvePerformanceNumber of learning attemptsslowstartstrongaccelerationmasteryideal learning curvenewtechnology
  14. 14. 14Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Collaboration ToolsWhat’s out there?(audio only)
  15. 15. 15Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Webex Demonstration
  16. 16. 16Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How to Increase my Impact?Make Friends with Communication Technology•! Get Hardware that’s worth it•! Master your Software•! Troubleshoot like a Pro•! Communicate across boundaries
  17. 17. 17Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Troubleshoot like a ProMurphy’s Law - “Anything that can possibly go wrong,does”
  18. 18. 18Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Trust KillersBe aware of software bugs
  19. 19. 19Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Where Everyone Fails!The World Clock
  20. 20. 20Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Troubleshooting DemonstrationHow to get started – and how to grow1.! Internet connectivity: always connected2.! Master audio and video3.! Be familiar with one collaboration tool
  21. 21. 21Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Core Message"Grow Your Coaching Impact by LeveragingCommunication Technology "
  22. 22. 22Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013How to Increase my Impact?Make Friends with Communication Technology•! Get Hardware that’s worth it•! Master your Software•! Troubleshoot like a Pro•! Communicate across boundaries
  23. 23. 23Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Behavioral EtiquetteBuild Trust Virtually
  24. 24. 24Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Cultural Aspects & TechnologyVerbal Communication Patterns
  25. 25. 25Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013(Virtual) Coaching PresenceSuccessResultsIncrease AwarenessEffective CoachingEtiquette + Behavior ! Maintain TrustRapport ! Build Trust
  26. 26. 26Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013TakeawayWe promised! you receive!
  27. 27. 27Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Core Message"Grow Your Coaching Impact by LeveragingCommunication Technology "
  28. 28. 28Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Patricia Weiland Bio•! Patricia Weiland brings over 25 years of hands on experience inside and inservice to Fortune 100 organizations to her role as a Consultant andProfessional Coach. Ms. Weiland coaches key global stakeholders in seniorlevel executive and professional positions facing strategic, behavioral andproductivity issues. Ms. Weiland consults with leaders at all levels on teamand employee development plans at to identify, assess and improveleadership skills in organizational competencies increasing engagement andcontribution. Weiland finds that coaching is uniquely positioned to attend toleaders in global enterprises with leaders in remote locations who facesituational challenges while maintaining strong connections to the idealsand corporate wide goals and initiatives.•! Ms. Weiland holds a master’s degree in Organizational ManagementDevelopment from Fielding Graduate University and a B.A. inCommunications from University of Wisconsin. Weiland is a PCC with theInternational Coach Federation and certified to administer MBTI and DISC.•! www.sage4change.com
  29. 29. 29Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013Ralf Wolter Bio•! Ralf Wolter is a senior leader and coach with 25 years of global experiencein building and leading global and virtual teams in large corporations. Due tostrong communication and presentation skills, Ralf consistently achieveshigh scores at public presentations, events, and conferences.•! As a motivational and professional speaker, Mr. Wolter has presented topicssuch as leadership, innovation, the future of technology and relatedimplications for business and communication, developing the nextgeneration of leaders, and the future of coaching. In addition to developingpeople, he enjoys being a technology futurist, combining visionary thinkingwith a practical hands- on approach to apply networking and communicationtechnologies for shaping the future of coaching and training. Ralfs specialtyis combining coaching, consulting, leadership and creativity with a passionfor developing people. He is enthusiastic about developing the nextgeneration leaders through high-performance career coaching and training.In addition to developing people, Ralf enjoys being a technology futurist,combining visionary thinking with a practical hands-on approach to applynetworking and communication technologies for shaping the future ofcoaching and training.•! www.hpcg.eu
  30. 30. 30Copyright HPCG® , Sage Strategies 2013
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