Naysan Firoozmand, Charline Russo, Todd Hamilton, Jennifer Lundman

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Speaker: Naysan Firoozmand, Charline Russo, Todd Hamilton, Jennifer Lundman

Facilitator: Wendy-Ann Smith
Format: Panel Discusion

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Naysan Firoozmand is inspired and intrigued by human behavior and the influencing factors around why people do things the way they do them within their specific context. Naysan is a Chartered Business Psychologist and has, since 2001, worked with clients around the world to design and deliver behavior change programs focused on leadership, management and organizational development. He utilizes his knowledge and experience of different sectors, including finance, engineering, pharmaceuticals, energy and technology, to highlight the similarities and differences between contexts that leaders find themselves in. ​

Naysan’s role for the past 8 years has been to head up global coaching teams who collectively support the implementation of individual and team coaching to clients all over the world. He works with leaders in a very practical way, using his background in coaching, facilitation, assessment and psychology to allow people he works with to try new techniques and gain in personal confidence to do things with greater skill. ​

Dr. Charline S. Russo is a member of the University of Pennsylvania Organizational Dynamics Coaching and Consulting faculty. She was awarded the 2018 University Award for Distinguished Teaching in Professional Graduate Programs. She is VP and Board member of the Graduate School Alliance for Education in Coaching (GSAEC) that focuses on strengthening and promoting graduate-level coach education and research globally.
She has held executive positions in pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies building Global Learning Centers of Excellence for R&D.
Charline founded CampoMarzio Group, a consulting firm that fosters trusted, collaborative relationships with organizations and leaders to create, drive, and sustain major transformations through tailored consulting and coaching services.
Charline received her BA in History and Psychology and MBA from Rutgers University and her MA and EdD in Organizational Leadership from Columbia University. Her publications include coaching case studies and Cohort Programming and Learning for Adults: Improving Educational Experiences for Adult Learners, co-authored with I.M. Saltiel.

C Todd Hamilton serves as the COO for the International Coaching Federation (ICF), since joining the organization in 2011. In this role, Todd is involved with the Independent Review Board, Nominating Committee, and the Global Board of Directors. His responsibilities extend to overseeing day-to-day operations, ensuring the organization’s smooth functioning and alignment with strategic goals.

Prior to ICF, Todd held leadership roles in various organizations. He was the CEO of the International Inbound Travel Association and served as the Assistant Executive Director/COO of the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Additionally, Todd held the role of Assistant Director of Industry, Government Affairs, and Governance at the National Tour Association.

Throughout his career, Todd has been a board director, in both for-profit and non-profit sectors, demonstrating dedication to achieving organizational excellence and mission fulfillment. He is committed to helping individuals and organizations realize their potential and achieve their objectives.

Jennifer Lundman is the Director of Program Approval & Continuing Education at the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching (NBHWC). As a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) with a 25-year background in behavioral and mental health, Jennifer blends experience as a Clinical Social Worker with work as an NBC-HWC and Lifestyle Medicine Professional to lead initiatives that advance health and wellness coaching through evidence-informed education standards and training. In addition to working with NBHWC, Jennifer has served as faculty at a university, launched a family-based wellness program at a healthcare organization, and currently provides coaching services to families making lifestyle changes. She is an active advocate for children with disabilities, a passionate runner, and holds the core belief that wellness and wellbeing are for all.

Facilitator:
Wendy-Ann Smith is a coaching psychologist, speaker, researcher and educator and was named as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder, director & chair of the Coaching Ethics Forum, President of the Association for Ethics in Coaching « AETHIC », founding and executive editor of the Journal of Coaching Ethics, Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. Her specific interest is supporting the development of coaches and leaders grounded in the research of coaching psychology, positive psychology, and facilitating the growth of ethical antennas and practice.

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