Speaking to audience of Human Resources, Talent Development, Managers in large organizations and Founders/Owners of small businesses in Shanghai.
For Immediate Release
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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 1, 2015 – Meryl Moritz, visiting organizational coaching expert from the United States, will be the guest speaker for ZheDaoxing Enterprise Management Consulting Co. public workshop on October 24, 2015, “Measurement Makes a Difference: A Credible Approach to Justify Coaching Programs.” The workshop will take place at the Cypress Garden Hotel, No.2558, yan an (w) Road, Shanghai.
Coaching has gained significant momentum as a resource for workforce development. Experienced coaches and HR/Talent Development managers know that people who participate in coaching think it is a great experience. Still, budgets for coaching dry up and coaching programs get cancelled. Why? The participants themselves and the senior management could not see any real, financial impact to the organization. ROI is the ultimate measure of accountability: it answers the question “For every yuan invested in coaching, how many yuan were returned, above and beyond the investment?”
Meryl Moritz is a 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 21 years of practice as a professional coach. She teaches coaching at the University of Miami, Florida, to organizational managers of Human Resource, Learning and Development, and Talent Management functions, is an examiner for Columbia University in New York, and 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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 28, 2015 – October 15 through 22, 2015, Meryl Moritz, president and founder of New York-based Meryl Moritz Resources LLC, will teach Chinese business people professional coaching skills for P.E.M.I. Shanghai, as part of a 20-day coach diploma program. Moritz is an accomplished educator, having taught coaching since 1999. Besides P.E.M.I. Shanghai, she currently serves on the faculty of the University of Miami (Florida) Certified Professional Coach Program; is an examiner for The Columbia University (New York) Coaching Certification Program; and co-led the Coaching Certification Program for New York University from 2005 to 2008.)
The P.E.M.I. Shanghai 3-module, 130 classroom hour-program is accredited to deliver approved coach-specific education by the International Coach Federation, the global association of 23,000+ members in 122 countries, satisfying the training hour requirements for two (Associate and Professional) of its three credentials. There is strong demand for coach training in China, thus, business managers, leaders, human resources and learning and development professionals seek out training options so that they may be equipped to deliver coaching inside their organizations. Many see coaching as an opportunity for them to become entrepreneurs and thrive post-retirement.
The training takes place at the Cypress Garden Hotel, 2558 West Yan’an Road, Shanghai No. To learn more, visit www.pemish.com
To learn more about Ms. Moritz, who will teach Module 3, visit www.merylmoritzresources.com.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 25, 2015 – Coaching has gained significant momentum as a resource for workforce development in corporate and non-profit organizations. These institutions constantly face new challenges, such as how to guide and support the explosion of the Millennial generation in the workplace. Many are employing a coaching approach to address this and other system-wide issues. A 2014 research project conducted by the Human Capital Institute and the International Coach Federation dives deep into this topic and has resulted in the publication entitled Creating Coaching Cultures.
On Friday, August 28th, ICF MD will co-host with the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, Maryland, an event that will bring employers and coaches together to better understand the current, and delineate the future foundations of successful coaching cultures. A senior leader and a coach representative from three organizations will present justifications, methods, and outcomes of their coaching initiatives. The featured organizations are: LifeBridge Health, NASA, and Rogers Communications. Heading the program is Meryl Moritz, immediate past Vice Chair of the ICF Global Board of Trustees, and founder/president of Meryl Moritz Resources LLC in New York, who will present study findings which served as the impetus for this conference.
Moritz’s passion is to help organizational leaders enhance their agility. She has spent the past twenty-one years designing and delivering coaching programs intent on this purpose. Read more about Moritz at www.merylmoritzresources.com. Learn more about and register for the event at http://icf-md.com/now.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 31, 2014 – After serving as Director, Vice President, and then Vice Chair of the International Coach Federation (ICF) Global Board, Meryl Moritz, MCC, 20 year veteran of coaching and ICF member since the association’s inception, steps down.
Mark Ruth, Director of Research and Education of ICF, says of Moritz, “As one of the more tenured members of the current ICF Senior Management Team, I just wanted to say how much I have appreciated having her perspective all these many years. She was a steadying force and it is truly amazing to reflect on some of the big projects that we have completed over the years with her input and advice (e.g. branding research/focus groups, the industry studies, presentations, etc.) We thank her for it all.”
Moritz says of her service, “The past five years have taken me to all corners of the planet as ICF’s ambassador, meeting people and carrying the message that coaching has the power to help humanity to flourish. I’m humbled, and amazed myself, to see how far the profession has come in these few years…light years from what any of us early members could foresee 20 years ago when ICF was founded. I will continue ambassadorship for the profession — even though I will no longer hold an ICF Board seat — as it is an honor to serve in any capacity to grow coaching’s professionalism and reach.”
To find out more about Moritz, visit www.merylmoritzresources.com
To find out more about ICF, visit www.coachfederation.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 20, 2014 –
The Philadelphia Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF) will host a workshop and dinner for professional coaches and those interested in the field of coaching from 6pm on November 20, 2014 at NHS Learning Center at 350 Sentry Parkway East, Building 640, 2nd Floor, Blue Bell, PA 19422 [610 825-4135]
Coaches spend a lot of time and effort thinking about how to engage future clients and sustain engagement with existing ones. They often work solo yet so want connection! All over the world, like-minded individuals are working with people to help them achieve happier, more fulfilling lives and careers. The workshop will consider:
- What are coaches doing to leverage connections with the ICF Chapter, with fellow coaches, and with like-minded professionals for mutual benefit?
- What yet to-be-discovered opportunities exist when strategic alliances are formed?
Small group discussions and lively brainstorming will be led by two members of the Global Board of Directors of the ICF, along with Philadelphia-area MCC coaches and others with more than 10 years of experience. Attendees will see what collaborative designs and plans are possible for them when they gather with like-minded professionals to co-create the future.
About the Speakers:
Meryl Moritz, MCC, has 20 years of experience. As President of Meryl Moritz Resources LLC, she supports global leaders and their teams to enhance their leadership performance in the face of complexity and massive change. A Global ICF Board member since 2010, Meryl has been Director, VP, and now Vice Chair. She has contributed to the prosperity of coaches and the growth of coaching by forging alliances with people all over the world, by mentoring, speaking, authoring articles, helping to found ICF chapters, and educating the next generation of coaches at three leading academic institutions.
Pat Mathews, MCC, is President of Mathews Associates, a coaching and consulting practice dedicated to supporting leaders as they build productive partnerships, teams and workplaces. She served as Leader of the ICF Virtual Community and chair of the ICF Global Credentialing and Program Accreditation committee. She is currently serving on the Global Board of Directors of the ICF. Pat is a faculty member and program director of the Leadership Coaching program at Georgetown University
For more information:
Contact: Terri O’Donnell, ACC, CPCC
Phone: 215 470-9123
We thank our November Meeting Sponsor, Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP)
Dinner Cost: Early Bird – $30 Members, $35 Non-members; After Early Bird – $35 Members, $40 Non-members; At the Door – $40 for everyone.