Coaching Excellence: Spirituality and Coaching - Tapping Into Spirit to Build Resilience

  • November 04, 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM


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CCEUs: 1 Core Competency, 0.5 Resource Development


This presentation will be an exploration of leveraging spirituality within the context of coaching. Participants will consider how spirituality can be a tool for both coach and client to minimize resistance and build resilience that may arise in the coaching relationship. To explore this topic, there will be small breakout group and large group interaction that will include discussion and experiential exercises. The ideal participant will come with a sense of curiosity about spirituality and an eagerness to exchange ideas and experiences that encourages the weaving of spiritual practices into coaching.

ICF Core Competency Focus:

• Embodies a Coaching Mindset

• Cultivates & Safety

• Maintains Presence

• Listens Actively

• Evokes Awareness


1. Identify benefits for coach, client and the coaching relationship

2. Knowledge on how spirituality connects with the ICF Core Competencies

3. Tools to enable connection to Spirit within the coaching context

Speaker Bio:

Maureen Purcell, M.A.O.D, P.C.C

Maureen Purcell is a career/life coach who partners with people seeking more from their life and work. Her coaching practice primarily supports individuals who seek more from their world of work such as balance, fulfillment and growth. Clients usually discover it is by making changes within themselves to clear the way to meaningful experiences at work.

Ms. Purcell is a PCC credentialed ICF coach who brings whole-heartedness and presence to the coaching space for her clients to do their work. Her signature strength is using her intuition and tapping into the intuition of her clients to guide them to new possibilities in their journey.

Maureen extends her coaching passion by teaching ICF sanctioned Executive Coaching classes. Outside the classroom, she offers mentor coaching to those coaches who are expanding their coaching practices and fulfilling any ICF credentialing needs they may have. She finds it is the coaching process and skills that bring out the best in her coach-clients.

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