FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OCTOBER 16, 2019 “China is enjoying rapid acceleration of professional coaching,” says Meryl Moritz, Master Certified Coach and 2019 Inductee to the International Coach Federation’s Circle of Distinction. “In less than five years, coaching went from being a largely unknown field of practice to a sought-after second or third career, as women and men come up against mandatory retirement age in the People’s Republic of China.” Thousands of young and maturing professionals have undergone coach training, earned global coaching certifications, but found it hard to attract paying clients to their budding practices. Moritz says, “The missing element in coaching’s huge popularity is the coach’s vision. Articulating one’s vision and then strategizing to achieve the vision incrementally is crucial.” ICF Shanghai will host an evening workshop from 7-8:30pm, entitled “Coaches Vision” with Meryl Moritz, Master Certified Coach and Chief Coaching Officer of Meryl Moritz Resources LLC, from New York. Moritz will bring her 25 years of coaching acumen to the discussion, inviting attendees to think big and act courageously. “Coaching is still in the early years in China. When I was first starting out, it was hard to get people to grasp what coaching was in the US. The same is true now in China. Vision keeps the coach on track and supplies the energy and focus to keep on plugging away, while educating the marketplace about coaching’s value.” For more information on Meryl Moritz, visit www.merylmoritzresources.com To register for the November 19th event, visit www.icfshanghaichapter.com. The venue for the event is Cypress Gardens Hotel and Conference Center, 2558 Yan’an W Rd, Changning, China, Phone: +86 21 5262 9898
International Coach Federation Announces 2019 Circle of Distinction Inductees
Global association honors six coaches for significant contributions to and leadership in the profession.
Lexington, Kentucky, USA—The International Coach Federation (ICF) has announced the six coaches who will be inducted into its Circle of Distinction this year.
The ICF Circle of Distinction program celebrates the best of the coaching profession and ICF. Circle of Distinction members are experienced coach practitioners who have made their mark on ICF and the coaching profession. Last year, ICF inducted its inaugural Circle of Distinction class.
ICF CEO/Executive Director Magdalena Nowicka Mook unveiled the list of 2019 inductees in an October 3, 2019, video announcement.
The inductees are:
- Wai K. Leong, MCC (Malaysia)
- Patricia Mathews, MCC (USA)
- Sue McMahon, PCC (USA)
- Meryl Moritz, MCC (USA)
- Marcia Reynolds, Psy.D., MCC (USA)
- Dave Wondra, PCC (USA)
“As we look ahead to the 25th anniversary of ICF, which we will celebrate next year, we can reflect on the journey we’ve taken together,” Mook said. “Many of our members have been part of our global family for most of the last 24 years. They took part in early conversations about how to set high standards for our profession, brought coaching to life in regions of the world where it wasn’t practiced previously, and invested countless hours in training and developing new coaches, while also investing in their own continuous self-improvement. It’s an enormous privilege to celebrate six such coaches this year, as we prepare to welcome them into the Circle of Distinction.”
The 2019 Circle of Distinction inductees each received a complimentary registration and travel stipend to attend ICF Converge 2019, which will take place October 23–26, 2019, in Prague, Czech Republic. During the conference, the inductees will celebrate their achievements alongside their coaching peers from around the world.
A volunteer selection committee comprised of ICF coaches from around the world selected this year’s honorees from a pool of 16 nominations. They scored the nominations according to five criteria:
- Contribution to and leadership in the coaching profession
- Career achievement
- Contributions to ICF
- Thought leadership
- Alignment with ICF’s core values
The selection committee included Damian Goldvarg, Ph.D., MCC; Zsofia Juhasz, PCC; Dr. Paras, MCC; Bill Pullen, MCC; and Anne Schweppenhauesser, MCC.
The International Coach Federation (ICF) is dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high ethical standards, providing independent certification and building a worldwide network of credentialed coaches across a variety of coaching disciplines. ICF is active in representing all facets of the coaching industry, including Executive, Life, Leadership, Relationship and Career Coaching. Its 32,000-plus members located in 138 countries work toward the common goal of enhancing awareness of coaching, upholding the integrity of the profession, and continually educating themselves with the newest research and practices.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARCH 20, 2019 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) in collaboration with American Express is hosting a nine-month long Emerging Leaders Boot Camp, to prepare upcoming leaders of major arts institutions with support as they identify next steps to grow their leadership. NYFA — a nonprofit service organization that provides the concrete resources that working artists and emerging arts organizations need to thrive – has engaged Meryl Moritz, Chief Coaching Officer of Meryl Moritz Resources LLC to work intensively with 17 upcoming leaders from museums, festivals, dance companies, etc. Moritz has a 25 year background coaching leaders and their teams and is a trusted resource of NYFA, which has used Moritz to coach its own leadership team. Director of NYFA Learning Felicity Hogan says of the Bootcamp experience, “NYFA’s Emerging Leaders Boot Camp is a free leadership development program for arts administrators from all disciplines within commuting distance to New York City. The nine-month program includes five full-day intensives, check-ins, individual consultations, and a two-day final session. NYFA is pleased to announce the fifth session of Emerging Leaders Boot Camp, which will train up to 25 arts administrators in the principles of leadership. The core objective of the program is to provide participants with skills that will assist them in their current roles in order to be more effective within their own organizations, as well as develop training that will help them to assume more executive roles in the future. Since its inception, more than 100 arts administrators have participated in the program, coming from a diverse range of arts organizations serving a wide variety of disciplines and constituents.” For more information about Ms. Moritz, visit www.merylmoritzresources.com. For more information about NYFA and its Emerging Leaders Bootcamp, visit www.nyfa.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 25, 2018
BIG PICTURE COACHING FOR MAXIMUM IMPACT
On Sunday, October 28th, 2018, 13:30-15:30, the International Coach Federation (ICF) Shanghai chapter will host an afternoon workshop entitled Coaching for Maximum Impact. The event is designed for business decision makers, HR practitioners, and professional coaches to illuminate how coaching technology can have the greatest impact on organizational efficiency.
“Professional coaching has become a very popular development strategy for business people,” says Meryl Moritz, visiting organizational coaching expert from the United States, who will be the guest speaker. “However, the most effective coaching doesn’t focus only on the issue at hand but at the wide angle view, or big picture. Business people must make decisions by considering all the possible impacts and interdependencies on their department, their company, and their industry. Coaches must learn how to support their clients to have the ‘big picture’ view.”
Ms. Moritz appears courtesy of ZheDaoxing Enterprise Management Consulting Co. , a Shanghai-based academy which conducts training in business skills and coach education programs. She is a coaching pioneer who works with executives and teams on five continents and a coach educator who has trained the new generation of coaching in Europe, Asia and North America.
The venue for the workshop is Multi-function Hall, 1st Floor, Compaq Court Hotel, 2558 Yan’an West Road, Shanghai. Free for ICFS members; non-members pay RMB100.
Meryl Moritz is President of New York-based Meryl Moritz Resources LLC and a Master Certified Coach of the International Coach Federation. She has designed and measured coaching programs for dozens of organizations in her 24 years of practice as a professional coach. She has taught coaching at the University of Miami, Florida, at New York University, and is presently an examiner for Columbia University in New York. In China, Ms. Moritz trains coaches for PEMI Shanghai’s NLP coaching program. To learn more about Ms. Moritz, visit www.merylmoritzresources.com. To learn more about PEMI Shanghai’s coaching program visit www.pemish.com.
Executives in today’s VUCA environment – volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous – must develop a new master competency to help their organizations navigate effectively: leadership agility.
On October 17th, 2018, at the 3rd International Columbia Coaching Conference, Meryl Moritz, Chief Coaching Officer and Founder of the New York-based coaching and consulting firm Meryl Moritz Resources LLC, will demonstrate how to support a senior leader in pursuing an agile agenda. She and Patty Keenan, President of Keenan Insights, Inc., from Georgia, will coach Karthik Krishnan, CEO of Britannica Group on stage.
The Conference theme for 2018 is Systemic Coaching: Whole-Person, Whole-Organization Engagement. It runs from October 17 through October 19 and will feature key note addresses by management science luminaries Daniel Goleman and Marshall Rosenberg. More about the conference and registration details may be found at www.columbiacoachingconference.org.
Contact Meryl Moritz Resources LLC for additional information at (914) 793-3936.
Speaking to audience of Human Resources, Talent Development, Managers in large organizations and Founders/Owners of small businesses in Shanghai.
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Coaching has become one of the fastest growing professions in the United States. Price Waterhouse Coopers which conducts research on the coaching profession worldwide has noted geometric growth in Africa, Asia and Latin America over the past couple of years. But can all these new coaches make a living with their skills? And at what skill level can coaches begin to reap the benefits of their training?
Eight Master-level coaches will share their own answers to these questions and their own success stories in a virtual Summit on the Essence of Mastery in Coaching. For two weeks, April 25-28 and May 2-5 from 12-1:30 EST, 1.5 hour live webinars will feature a different Master Certified Coach each day. Meryl Moritz, Master Certified Coach and Founder/Chief Coaching Officer of Meryl Moritz Resources LLC, will host the second of these webinars on April 26th, 2017 from 12-1:30 PM ET, entitled Getting Decision-makers to Say “Yes!” to Coaching.
Moritz, in her 22 years of coaching experience, has found many professionally trained coaches struggling to make it in business. The biggest ‘pain point’ she has uncovered is coaches desperately trying to get engagements, especially from large organizations. They say they are not sales people and hence can’t get decision makers’ attention. Moritz’s webinar targets this population and offers best practices for how to successfully pitch a coaching program for one executive, one team or an entire tier of employees.
To learn more about Meryl Moritz, visit www.merylmoritzresources.com/meetmeryl
To learn more about the Essence of Mastery Summit and to register or purchase the video/audio recordings of the Summit, visit http://essenceofmasterysummit.com
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Meryl Moritz, Founder and Chief Coaching Officer of Meryl Moritz Resources LLC in New York, will be in Shanghai delivering training to entrepreneurs, as well as Human Resources specialists, Department Heads and Managers, trainers and professional coaches in an Advanced Coaching Program.
The program, “How to Build a Business Case for Organizational Coaching” will debut October 29th and 30th, 2016. Sponsored by P.E.M.I. Shanghai, the workshop will be run at No.2558 West Yan An Road, Chang Ning Area, Cypress Garden Hotel Shanghai, PRC, 201103.
Moritz presents organizational coaching as a proven solution for such institutional challenges as:
- Teams fighting instead of collaborating.
- Managers ordering people around instead of training and encouraging employees.
- New managers struggling to learn how to be competent leaders of people.
Moritz’s ‘proof’ is in the form of R.O.I. studies on the impact coaching has had on emotional intelligence of staff and management; productivity and morale; financial performance; and teaming and collaboration.
For more about Moritz, visit www.merylmoritzresources.com.
To register and learn more about the program, visit www.pemish.com
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Meryl Moritz Resources Receives 2016 Best of Tuckahoe Award
Tuckahoe Award Program Honors the Achievement
TUCKAHOE October 5, 2016 — Meryl Moritz Resources has been selected for the 2016 Best of Tuckahoe Award in the Business Management Consultant category by the Tuckahoe Award Program.
Each year, the Tuckahoe Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Tuckahoe area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2016 Tuckahoe Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Tuckahoe Award Program and data provided by third parties.
About Tuckahoe Award Program
The Tuckahoe Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Tuckahoe area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.
The Tuckahoe Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.
SOURCE: Tuckahoe Award Program
Tuckahoe Award Program
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 1, 2015 – Meryl Moritz, 21-year veteran of organizational coaching and Immediate Past Vice-Chair of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Board of Directors, will deliver a half-day workshop on October 24, 2015 to professional coaches, Human Resources and Learning and Development managers for the ICF-Shanghai chapter. The program is entitled What Makes Coaching Work? Presence, Partnership, Positivity.
The so-called ‘soft skills’ of interpersonal communication and relating have long taken a second-seat to ‘hard skills’ or technical skills. Many management science researchers now say that soft skills are the NEW hard skills. Coaches in China will get the opportunity to strengthen their value proposition to their organizations and to their clients in this upcoming workshop. Coaching demonstration, exercises and discussion will involve participants in the topic so they leave with a strong commitment to practice these three abilities. Cypress Garden Hotel Shanghai, No. 2558, yan an (w) Road, Shanghai, is the site for this event.
The ICF is a global association of 22,000+ professional coaches in 122 countries. It awards three levels of credentials (Associate, Professional, and Master) to coaches who demonstrate proficiency in coaching, subscribe to a code of ethical conduct, have been through coach- specific training at recognized institutes, and accrued hours of paid coaching as required by the desired level. To learn more about ICF and its coaching credentials, visit www.coachfederation.org. To register for this program, visit www.icfshanghaichapter.com
In the USA, Moritz runs a coaching enterprise that designs and implements coaching programs for multi-national companies, government agencies, and not-for-profit institutions. In China, Moritz trains and mentors coaches under the auspices of P.E.M.I. Shanghai. Elsewhere, she has taught coaching at three universities. Learn more about Ms. Moritz at www.merylmoritzresources.com.