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International Coaching Federation Switzerland

ICF Bern Chapter: Virtual event

Emotions – understand where they are coming from and how you can use this knowledge in coaching

Monday, 4 of April, 2022– 18:30-20:00      

Alexandra Philipona, PCC



In this interactive webinar you will learn what emotions are and how powerful and energizing they can be!

Emotions are there to guide us in life. They protect us, they give us energy when we need it the most, they connect us with others and much more. Yet it is not easy to feel the pure emotion which is guiding us. Very often we have unlearned to feel. We suppress them, we don’t know what they really feel like. This workshop gives you the opportunity to reconnect your mind with your emotions and understand how you can use this knowledge in coaching. This is not only the base of a fulfilled life but also fundamental for your communication with others.

Benefits for the participants? What are the Learning objectives?

The purpose of the workshop is to understand:

  • The five basic emotions: joy/happiness, grief, anger, shame/guilt and fear/worries.
  • How you can learn to use and understand them better.
  • How you can implement this knowledge in your coaching.

ICF Core Competencies

  1. Demonstrates Ethical Practice
  2. Embodies a Coaching Mindset
  3. Cultivates Trust and Safety
  4. Maintains Presence 
  5. Listens Actively
  6. Evokes Awareness
  7. Facilitates Client Growth

About the speakers

As an international Professional Certified Coach Alexandra supports her clients in their personal growth; to become authentic leaders who are living a fulfilled life. As a teacher at the ICA (International Coaching Academy) and as a Mentor Coach she supports other coaches to improve their coaching skills. She is also an international speaker. With her approach of holistic mind-body coaching, Alexandra coaches both mind and body. She has started her professional career as an engineer and took over the position of an associate CEO in a company with over 250 employees at the age of 32. Being a mother of 4 children gives her the personal experience what it means to be at the limit and still perform on a high level; as the understanding how hard it can be to set priorities.
Alexandra has worked in Germany, France, Austria, India, and Switzerland, where she lives currently. Hence, she is fluent in English, German and French.

She is actively involved in the ICF Switzerland since 2018 and currently holds the position of ICF Chapter Leader in Berne.



You will receive 1.5 CCEUs: 1 CCEU Core Competencies, 0.5 CCEU Resource Development



Monday, 4th of April, 2022


18h30 – 20h00 online workshop

Organized by

Alexandra Philipona, PCC, Chapter Leader



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