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Curious Accountability: The Power of Reflecting on Experience

Friday, January 08, 2021, 7:45 AM until 10:00 AM
Virtual Program via Zoom
Log-in URL & Password will be in
your Confirmation email
Times listed are EASTERN TIME ZONE

Additional Info:
Amy Kulisheck
Monthly Program
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee

This month's chapter meeting will be held ONLINE! 
 You must register to receive the Zoom meeting code and password 

Meeting Times are EASTERN TIME ZONE

**You must attend the live session to receive ICF CCE Credits**

January 8 Meeting Agenda*

7:45 - 8:00 Socializing and Networking, BYOC (Bring Your Own Coffee!)
8:00 - 8:20 Meeting Open: Chapter Business
8:20 - 9:50 Feature Presentation
Curious Accountability: The Power of Reflecting on Experience
Includes presentation and Q&A/discussion
9:50 - 10:00 Wrap up and final announcements

*Meeting agenda may be adjusted to meet the needs of the chapter and presenter. Please check back prior to the event to confirm.
Additionally, we do our best to adhere to the start and end times for the full meeting, however the specific agenda times may not be precise.

Feature Presentation: Curious Accountability: The Power of Reflecting on Experience

During the feature presentation with Cameron Gott & Casey Moore, participants will gain appreciation for the value of reflecting on action (Curious Accountability) as a means of evoking awareness in the client.

Session Objectives:

As a result of this session, coach participants will be able to:

  1. Articulate the value of accountability in their work with clients, regardless of client type (e.g., executive coaching, life coaching, those with ADHD, etc.) or service type (e.g., internal or external, etc.).
  2. Understand accountability in a new, deeper way called Curious Accountability, and the positive, non-judgmental mindset it demands, the awareness it evokes and the autonomy it supports.
  3. Identify the three essential accountability conversations needed with clients, starting with co-creating effective and positive accountability.


Do you want to:
- Add value to your services and grateful clients to your roster?
- Provide your clients with effective accountability?

Accountability might be the most mis-understood and, thus, most under-utilized coaching skill. 

Curious Accountability, a strengths-focused, non-judgmental approach to reflecting on experience, turns actions into practices that build insight, resourcefulness and resilience—whether a client forgets an assignment, completes it in full, or anything in between. Curious Accountability focuses on “the who” (“who” your client is being), more than “the what” (doing the homework “right”). Following this session you’ll leave motivated to practice accountability with your clients and yourself.

Accountability and autonomy are critical aspects of Facilitating Client Growth, ICF Core Competency D8. 

Throughout this session, participants will discuss their experiences and beliefs around accountability in breakout groups and engage with the speakers via chat or live voice, depending on the circumstances of the day.

Gott and Moore co-authored Curious Accountability: Three Coaching Conversations for Better Client Results and have presented this material to chapters and conferences of ICF, NAPO and ICD. 

Cancellation Policy:

No refunds will be provided. In the event that a guest needs to cancel, the guest fee will be applied to the following month's program.

Continuing Coach Education Credits (CCEs):

1.5 Core
0.5 Resource Development

REMINDER: You must participate LIVE and submit Open and Close code submission form to receive the ICF CCE credits. Open and Close codes will be provided verbally during the non-recorded portion of the meeting. 

Speaker Bios: Cameron Gott, PCC & Casey Moore,PCC, MA, PCOC, CPO(r)


Cameron Gott

Cameron Gott, PCC 
has been coaching individuals with ADHD for over 20 years. He speaks and teaches on a variety of topics, including ADHD, coaching, leadership, and accountability. He trains and mentors coaches through two ICF accredited ADHD coach training programs. Cam co-hosts the podcast Translating ADHD with fellow coach Shelly Collins. His Global Creative blog addresses the challenges and opportunities facing creative entrepreneurs and leaders and how mastering one’s life starts with understanding one’s brain. He recently launched a bared bones coaching competency training for small impactful organizations who see coaching as the final piece of their client facing offerings. He lives outside of Charlottesville, Virginia, in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains with his wife of 25+ years and their two children.



Casey Moore

Casey Moore, PCC, MA, PCOC, CPO (r)
 is a coach, speaker and author. Her most recent book, written with Cameron Gott, is Curious Accountability: Three Coaching Conversations for Better Client Results. Casey helps busy professionals regain control of their work and lives through coaching individuals and groups, leading workshops and webinars, and her book, The Productivity Chain: The Holistic Way to Spend Your Time on What Matters.

Casey founded Living Simply® Consulting, Inc., in January 2000. She is a Professional Certified Coach (International Coaching Federation) and an instructor for Denslow Brown’s
ICF-accredited Coach Approach for Organizers coaching training program. She is also a Certified Professional Organizer (BCPO) and Certified Organizer Coach (Institute for Applied Coaching) and earned a Master’s degree in Communication from Old Dominion University, with a focus on listening and being listened to with empathy across the lifespan. Casey’s favorite place to evoke awareness is in the mountains