Upcoming events

    • 01/27/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • Zoom, Details provided in Part 2 of your Registration
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    Like coaching itself, there are some tried and true fundamentals and basics that work and form the foundation for your coaching skills. So too, are the fundamentals and basics of establishing a strong and enduring coaching business.

    • Discover why your business is like a peanut!
    • What do the numbers 16 and 5 have in common with your success?
    • How can three bubbles be foundational to your business model?
    These important questions and many others will be answered in this Business Fundamentals workshop!!


    About Barry Foster

    Barry is celebrating his 25th anniversary of The Corporate Coaching Center, founded in 1996, and is focused solely on the success of his clients. Barry’s expertise includes entrepreneurial start-ups, seasoned corporate executives, or an entire team with the development of the person being foremost for any organization to succeed. With a background in sales, sales management, and sales team development, Barry has consistently exceeded expectations and is uniquely qualified to assist any organization with the challenges of leadership development and managerial performance. His specialties are:
    • Executive and entrepreneurial coaching
    • Leadership and management development
    • Effective communication and time management skills
    • Career development and transition
    • Team building and team leader development

    This webinar has been approved by the ICF for 1.5 Resource Development CCEUs. 


    • 01/29/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Zoom
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    Bring your favorite lunch and join the ICF VA Board of Directors as we discuss our plans for 2021!

    Core .25 and RD .75 CCEU


    • 02/05/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
    • Zoom
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    Adult Development & Polarities – How some Polarities define Stages


    Join us for February's ICF Virginia Chapter Professional Development, Adult Development & Polarities – How some Polarities define Stages with Pamela Potts, SPHR, PCC!

    February 5, 2021

    12:00 – 1:30pm

    Virtual Zoom

    1 Core, .5 RD CCEU

    Our ICF Virginia Charter Chapter has previously explored Adult Development Theory with Pamela Potts, as well as Navigating Polarities, with Kelly Lewis. Whether you were able to join these sessions or not, you won’t want to miss this next installment of these developmental frameworks that visits both topics - together!

    In this session participants will discuss polarities that “define” stages.  Some of the fundamental developmental tasks at each stage of adult development involve becoming more skilled at managing polarities.  A polarity is a problem that can’t be solved, it can only be continuously managed, either skillfully…or not.  It also has two interdependent parts that can’t exist separately.  For example, the Expert/3/4/Skill-Centric stage is almost defined by its focus on perfection; good enough not being good enough. The Achiever/4/Self-Determining stage can be defined by the heroic (and often losing) struggle to create or maintain a good work/life balance.  When a person begins to struggle with the polarity as they see it at their current stage, they are doing work that can move them along the adult development continuum.  As coaches, how do we help facilitate that movement?  We will convene in small group discussions to look at the coaching questions that can help illuminate for coachees, the developmental task in front of them and how to more skillfully manage the polarity that is no longer working for them. 

    In this session, participants will be able to:

     - Describe stage-based polarities

     - Discuss how managing stage-based polarities can help stage transitions

     - Ask coaching questions designed to help coachees navigate stage-based polarities

    CCEU's for this program- 1 Core Competencies and .5 Resource Development

    About the Presenter:

    Pamela works with leaders who are interested in developing and deepening their own leadership style and presence. Her coaching style combines wit and wisdom to inspire leaders to learn how to express strength through vulnerability and courage, while focusing on tangible outcomes and results. She has an innate ability to identify core development needs and creative ways to help leaders implement next steps. Pamela is sought after for her compassion, humor, wisdom and results-oriented approach.

    Pamela transitioned to coaching and human resources after 10 years in accounting. This rare combination of skills places her in a unique position as a coach, equally skilled in the “language of business” and the challenging “soft skills” that can derail leaders.

    Pamela specializes in coaching senior leaders in the technology, accounting and finance and not-for-profit industries. Her clients are leaders who describe themselves as life-long learners that want to be able to handle complexity, ambiguity and rapid change with thoughtful, deliberate choices that maximize the outcomes for all stakeholders.

    Pamela has a Bachelor of Science in Management and a Master of Science in Accounting degree. She also earned a CPA designation early in her career. Pamela graduated from Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Certification program in 2007 and holds a PCC certification from the International Coach Federation. She also holds an SPHR designation from HRCI. She is certified to administer the Leadership Circle Profile, MBTI, Thomas Kilmann conflict assessment instrument, and Maturity Assessment Profile (MAP). She leads a virtual community of practice focused on Adult Development. She is a skilled facilitator, workshop leader and conference speaker.

    Pamela reads voraciously, loves brainstorming, synthesizing ideas and writing.

    Members: Free

    Guests: $15.00


    • 02/10/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EST)
    • Zoom, Details provided in Part 2 of your Registration
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    Its here: a business building program for coaches created by coaches. This five-month business development program offers coaches exclusive access to experts and peers. Through workshops and cohort groups participants will grow their coaching business and build their network. 

    This programs begins with a free workshop in January called, “Mastering the Fundamentals of a Successful Coaching Business”; which has its own event registration on our website. Below are the details for Coach to Creator program that begins in February 2021.

    How will this work:

    Monthly Workshops

    Each month you’ll meet for a 2-hour workshop that includes 90-minutes of learning and 30-minutes for networking and space to develop your action items based on the material you just learned to help you build your business.

    Moderated Cohort Working Groups

    You’ll meet again two weeks later to discuss the progress you’ve made on your actions items and for more networking. The purpose of the cohort working groups is to give you the support you need to build your business.

    Private Facebook Group

    To keep the conversation going between scheduled events, we’ll have a private Facebook group. After you register, you’ll receive a link to the Facebook group. Please allow 1-2 business days to confirm your access to the group.

    Program Dates and Times

    This program includes (3) monthly workshops and (3) cohort groups all held virtually.

    Workshop and cohort groups dates and times:

    •   February 10 (workshop) and February 24 (cohort group)

    •   March 10 (workshop) and March 24 (cohort group) 

    •   April 14 (workshop) and April 28 (cohort group)

    •   May 12 - Graduation

    Workshops:

    11 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., CST/ 12 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., EST 

    Each workshop includes 90 minutes of learning with an additional 30 minutes dedicated to networking and creating individual action items.

    Cohort Group (begin in February):

    11 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., CST/ 12 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., EST 

    Each 60-minute cohort working group includes the chance to share your progress, best practices, and more networking.

    Workshop and Cohort Working Groups

    February 10 – Krista Smith, StoryBrand Certified

    11 a.m.-1 p.m. CST / 12-2 p.m. EST

    Krista Smith will share how to define your audience, write content to reach that audience, and how to select and use various communication channels to attract and engage your clients.  Krista has been designing websites and helping business owners create and share their messages on all communication platforms for over 15 years.  We recommend reading Donald Miller ’s StoryBrand book before this presentation. 

    February 24 – Moderated Cohort Working Group 

    11 a.m.-12 p.m. CST / 12-1 p.m. EST

    Participants will share their progress, best practices, and lessons learned in a moderated discussion and smaller cohort groups. The cohort working groups are 60 minutes. 

    March 10 – Elizabeth Pampalone: Six months of Algorithm-Proof Social Media

    11 a.m.-1 p.m. CST / 12-2 p.m. EST

    Social media is probably the last thing on your to-do list at the end of a day or week. Yet, it probably also is the first thing on your mind. For most small business owners, these two things never sync up and it stays unfinished and becomes a stress. Elizabeth will share her proven formula for creating 6-12 months of evergreen posts for social media. She will also share with the attendees some of her favorite tools and tricks on creating stunning images in no time.

    Sociance is the ability to create awareness for your business into a community of target customers. This takes your content to the next level by translating content information into customer engagement. Elizabeth will cover: 

    •   Which social media platforms to choose

    •   How to develop an editorial calendar for social media

    •   What to Talk About

    •   Ways to drive engagement 

    •   What not to do on social media

    •   Best tools to use

    March 24 – Moderated Cohort Working Group

    11 a.m.-12 p.m. CST / 12-1 p.m. EST

    Participants will share their progress, best practices, and lessons learned in a moderated discussion and smaller cohort groups. The cohort working groups are 60 minutes.

    April 14 – Chris Kenney: Sales Mastery for Coaches

    11 a.m.-1 p.m. CST / 12-2 p.m. EST

    During this training -- designed specifically for coaches -- you will learn: 

    •  How to close the sales you want at the price point you want

    •  How to position your services to create maximum impact during the sales conversation (and have your clients excited to say yes to working with you!)

    •  The Business Model for building a successful coaching practice (and why most people have this completely upside down!)

    •  Chris ’s EXACT step-by-step Signature Sales System – used to close more than $4 million in coaching services. (You will leave the training with the exact system in place, ready to use on your very next sales call!)

    April 28 – Moderated Cohort Working Group

    11 a.m.-12 p.m. CST / 12-1 p.m. EST

    Participants will share their progress, best practices, and lessons learned in a moderated discussion and smaller cohort groups. The cohort working groups are 60 minutes.

    May 12 – Graduation 

    11 a.m.-1 p.m. CST / 12-2 p.m. EST

     

    Investment:

    Your investment for this customized business building program for coaches includes the monthly workshops, cohort working groups, access to the private Facebook group, bonus material and the unique opportunity to build your coaching business along-side other coaches.

    •   Super early bird (by January 17, 2020):  $247 (for ICF Global members), $347 (for non-members)

    •   Early bird (by January 31, 2020): $347 (for ICF Global members), $447 (for non-members)

    •   Regular Registration (by February 10, 2020): $497 (for ICF Global members), $597 (for non-members)

     

    Additional Information:
    The member discount is for ICF Global members. This discount is not included if you’re only a member of a local ICF chapter.

     

    Registration closes when the event begins on February 10, 2021. Individuals will not be able to register for the program once the program begins. There will be no opportunities to register for individual workshops or individual cohort working groups.

     

    Next Steps:

    After registering, you’ll receive a confirmation email with the following links:

    •   Zoom link for the Workshops

    •   Zoom link for the Cohort Working Group

    •   Zoom link for the Graduation in May

    •   Private Facebook Group

    The links for the workshops, cohort working group, and the graduation are separate Zoom links. Please allow 1-2 business days to confirm your access to the group.

    Contact us if you don’t receive these links upon registering.

    • 02/11/2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EST)
    • Zoom
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    From cavemen to cartoonists, human beings have understood the power of simple images to communicate big ideas. Each of us uses images to communicate every day; we text a photo to a friend, create a chart for a presentation, or draw a map on a napkin. We understand that using visual images allows us to communicate complex ideas quickly, compactly, and often without a language barrier. Using sketches is another way of reflecting, summarizing, and bringing to life important coaching communications. Drawing images, metaphors and analogies allows the coach and client to co-create awareness and understanding. Our brains see patterns and make meaning from visual input within milliseconds; we often “see” what we mean before we can say what we mean. The result is greater awareness and insight into a topic which enables transformation. Clients often keep the visual notes as reminders and cues to turn their insights into actions.

    In this workshop we will explore and practice several ways to incorporate images and visual elements into our coaching practice.

    The program includes:

    • an overview of visual coaching
    • practice of basic drawing elements and templates that are relevant to coaching
    • a coaching demonstration

    Employing visual tools in our coaching can increase our range and proficiency in core coaching competencies as well. For example:

    • Foundation: Coaching ethics and mindset are integrated into the visual coaching process.
    • Co-creating the relationship: The coach facilitates establishing and maintaining agreements assisting clients as they gain a clear visual representation of present state, ideal future state, milestones and potential barriers. Trust and safety are cultivated as the client drives the experience. Coaching facilitates safe, supportive, and creative collaborative partnership. The coach maintains full presence with client throughout this coaching process both in the traditional sense and as together coach and client “see” what they mean.
    • Communicates effectively: The coach communicates effectively by actively listening and evoking awareness both through dialogue and through flexibly and accurately capturing visual representations of the client and their world. This may result in profoundly evocative awareness.
    • Cultivating learning and growth: Integrations of new thoughts, feeling and actions into clients’ worldviews, paths forward, celebrations, and future planning can all be visually captured.

    Meet Carla Yetter

    Carla is a leadership development coach with a focus on mid-career professionals. Considering herself a ‘right-brained’ engineer, she combines her technical training, management and leadership experience with a love of visual expression to create a unique coaching experience.  By co-creating sketches, mind maps, and diagrams, individuals and teams can process complex ideas efficiently and gain new insights that are not available through words alone.  She started her work life as a chemical engineer. There she learned the power of diagrams and pictures to simplify complex manufacturing processes, foster understanding and accelerate problem solving. Throughout her career as a manager the power of pictures was equally effective for enabling individuals and teams to communicate effectively and generate shared vision. Today as a corporate executive she still reaches for a marker to help people “see” what they mean.



     



    • 03/05/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
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    • 03/11/2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EST)
    • Zoom
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    March 11, 2021 Regional Webinar Info (ICF Raleigh Hosting)

    TITLE:  When Clients Attack: How to Maintain a Coaching Mindset in the Presence of Fear

    DATE:  Thursday, March 11, 2021, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST

    PRESENTER:  Kathleen O’Grady, MCC

    CCEU:  TBD

     

    Program Description:

    One of the most taboo and uncomfortable topics to discuss is how coaches feel when their client goes on the attack. While this can be a rare occurrence, it's bound to happen sooner or later. A coach's ability to maintain a coaching mindset, composure, and compassion is imperative to managing these delicate moments.

    The group will be invited to speak openly and vulnerably about times when they were mistreated by their clients, how it made them question themselves as a coach, and how they professionally dealt with their own feelings while respecting their clients.

    Participants will learn how to spot the three stages of fear-based resistance in their clients--and themselves. They will also learn tools to turn to when a future client inevitably becomes defensive (projecting their own fears/flaws) or otherwise adversarial.

     

    Learning Objectives:

    Spot fear-based resistance and address it head-on.

    Develop tools and techniques to maintain confidence, self-compassion, and emotional peace of mind in the face of professional drama.

    Form a clear plan to take advantage of peer supervision, mentoring, and other ethical resources instead of struggling in silence.

     

    Core Competencies:

    Demonstrates Ethical Practice, Embodies a Coaching Mindset, Co-Creates the Relationship, Cultivates Trust and Safety, Maintains Presence, Listens Actively, Evokes Awareness, Facilitates Client Growth

     

    Presenter Bio:

    Kathleen O'Grady, MCC, is the self-made authentic leader, and positively disruptive pioneer responsible for launching Raleigh Coaching, LLC in 2008. She did this to support individual and organizational clients by inspiring authentic leadership, creativity, and innovation. Why? Because every cell in her body was screaming at her to do so. She even left the 'stability' of corporate America during a global financial crisis to pursue her passion, on her terms. Her family and friends thought she was out of her mind, but they eventually saw that it was well worth the leap of faith.

    Driven to increase her level of impact, she later launched Raleigh Coaching Academy™ (RCA) to credibly educate and foster coaches who share her commitment to the coaching field's ethical integrity. RCA's Certified Authentic Leadership Coaching (CALC) program, dedicated to honoring individual uniqueness, is the most competitive edge one can harness. It is the only ICF approved coach specific training in the world designed for Authentic Leadership.  In other words, coaching to the soul versus just the goal.

    Kathleen's contribution as two-time Past President of the Raleigh-Area Chapter of the International Coaching Federation Board of Directors and various other committee and advisory roles helped lead the chapter towards receiving multiple Global Awards from ICF. She is a graduate of The Business Coaching Certificate Program at NC State University and studied Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction through Duke Integrative Medicine.  She holds the Master Certified Coach (MCC) credential through the International Coaching Federation and multiple assessment certifications. Kathleen's work has been featured in web articles by the NYTimes.com, Huffingtonpost.com, Forbes.com, and eFinancialCareers.com.


    • 04/02/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom


    • 05/07/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom


    • 06/04/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom


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11/20/2020 COVID Impacted my Coaching Business! Now What?
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11/06/2020 Conversational Intelligence® – Helping Your Coaching Clients Build Trust One Conversation at a Time
10/23/2020 Virginia Virtual Coaches’ Coffee
10/16/2020 The 7 Systems for Coaching Business Success
10/08/2020 SE Webinar - ICF Houston hosting - "SALES MASTERY FOR COACHES: HOW TO BUILD INFLUENCE & ENROLL MORE CLIENTS USING SKILLS YOU ALREADY POSSESS AS A COACH"
10/02/2020 Succeed in Challenging Times by Being Negotiation Ready
09/25/2020 Virginia Virtual Coaches’ Coffee
09/18/2020 Selling as Coaches by Robert Turcotte
09/11/2020 Celebrate Coaching 2020
09/10/2020 SE Webinar - ICF Charlotte hosting
09/04/2020 Mini Habit: A Small Tool for Big Success
08/28/2020 Virginia Virtual Coaches’ Coffee
08/20/2020 ICF Southeast Region UNITED: Strategies to Address Racial Bias
08/13/2020 "Empowering Women Professionals to be Exceptional" SE Webinar - ICF Central Florida hosting
08/07/2020 Narrative Coaching: Bringing New Stories to Life
07/24/2020 Virginia Virtual Coaches’ Coffee
07/15/2020 UNITED: Breaking Down Barriers of Race and Systemic Inequality
06/26/2020 Virginia Virtual Coaches’ Coffee
06/12/2020 Webinar: It's OFFICIAL: Sales is Your Newest Super Power
06/11/2020 "Three Lenses for Coaching Supervision: Developing a Reflective Practice for Coaches" SE Webinar - ICF Georgia hosting
05/19/2020 Hampton Roads - Coach Coffee
05/14/2020 Developmental Coaching Across Cultural Differences SE Webinar
05/08/2020 RESCHEDULED- Linda Franke, LPC presenting on Somatic Experiencing
04/23/2020 Federal Stimulus Programs for Small Business: What you Need to Know
04/21/2020 Hampton Roads - Coach Coffee
04/10/2020 Sacil Armstrong, Social Justice Healer
04/09/2020 SE Webinar - ICF North Texas hosting
04/03/2020 Virginia Virtual Coaches’ Coffee
03/24/2020 Hampton Roads - Coach Coffee
03/13/2020 CANCELLED Linda Franke, LPC presenting on Somatic Experiencing
03/13/2020 Richmond: Practicum with Plum Cluverius, PCC
03/12/2020 SE Webinar - ICF Austin hosting - Exploring the Ethical and Legal Guidelines of the Coaching Agreement
02/25/2020 Newport News - Coach Coffee
02/14/2020 Roanoke: Age and the Coaching Process
02/14/2020 Richmond: Group Coaching with Ann Deaton, PhD PCC
02/13/2020 SE Webinar - ICF Arkansas-Oklahoma hosting
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01/10/2020 ICF Virginia Roanoke - Using Today’s Technology To Improve Emotional Health
01/09/2020 2020 New Year’s Celebration!
12/13/2019 December 2019 Coaches' Cafe
11/08/2019 Roanoke - Self Coaching Model
11/08/2019 Richmond: Natalie Garamone on Conflict and Competencies
10/30/2019 Webinar - Revision of the ICF Code of Ethics
10/29/2019 SOUTHEAST REGIONAL WEBINAR: BREAKING THE ICE OF NICE™
10/11/2019 Roanoke - Developing your “Sales” presence in the Coaching World
10/11/2019 Richmond: John Polk - Pitching Your Coaching Offer
09/13/2019 Roanoke - From Gremlins to Golden Buddha
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08/09/2019 Richmond: COACHING TO WIN: THE FOUR CORNERS OF BEHAVIOR CHANGE
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05/21/2019 Richmond: Book and Beverage at Garden Grove
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04/09/2019 ICF MD - COACHING FOR SELF-LEADERSHIP SERIES
03/29/2019 2019 Coaches' Cafe
03/08/2019 Roanoke -The Next Level Coaching Presence: Creating your Empowering Coaching Triad
03/08/2019 Richmond: Why a Leader's Stage Matter's in Coaching
02/22/2019 CT chapter: Making Transformational Change
02/08/2019 Richmond: Brunch & Coaching Practicum
02/08/2019 Stuck: Using Appreciative Inquiry as A Tool When The Client Is Stuck
01/11/2019 Roanoke -Leading Through Complexity: Seeing Through 7 Ethical Lenses
01/10/2019 Richmond - Winter Social
12/07/2018 Hampton Roads: The Depths of Coaching: Emotional Intelligence & Behavioral Change Methods
12/01/2018 Mid-Atlantic Regional Talent Development Practitioners Conference
11/28/2018 Book Discussion 7 Lenses: Learning the Principles and Practices of Ethical Leadership
11/12/2018 Richmond - Leading Through Complexity: Seeing Through 7 Ethical Lenses
11/09/2018 Roanoke:Creativity and Empowerment Coaching Using the Zentangle Method
11/05/2018 Webinar - Conflict Management Coaching: Coaching Clients Through the Chaos of Conflict
10/12/2018 Roanoke:Understanding Self as Coach
10/12/2018 Richmond - VUCA Tools™ for coaches: Making it safe so you and your clients don’t have to play it safe.
10/05/2018 Hampton Roads: Failing Toward Success: Coaching Business as a Growth Path
07/13/2018 2018 Coaches' Cafe
06/22/2018 Hampton Roads: Using Masterminding to Grow Your Coaching Practice - June 22nd
06/14/2018 Richmond: Coaching Practicum
05/11/2018 Roanoke: Using Situational Leadership Techniques to Motivate Personal Accountability
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03/16/2018 Hampton Roads - Coaching Practicum - Friday, March 16th!!
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03/09/2018 Richmond - Effectively Breaking the Rules in Service of Your Clients
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02/09/2018 Richmond - Winter Social
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11/29/2017 Mental Toughness: The Key to Performance, Well Being & Positive Behavior
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11/10/2017 Creating Awareness
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10/31/2017 Systemic Team Coaching with Professor Peter Hawkins
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08/19/2017 Purchase John Mattone Webinar
08/11/2017 Equine Activity for a Catalyst for Change
08/08/2017 John Mattone's On-Line Masterclass in Executive Coach Development - Webinar
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07/14/2017 Coaching Practicum: Sharpen Your Saw
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06/09/2017 Affinity and Diversity in the Coaching Relationship: Honoring Perspectives
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04/14/2017 From Motivating to Actualizing Behavior Change
04/11/2017 Leadership Group and Team Coaching from the Inside
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01/25/2017 Neuroplasticity: How Coaches can use Neuroscience to help clients grow their brains
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01/12/2017 2017 New Year’s Celebration!
12/02/2016 Hampton Roads December Meeting
12/02/2016 December Meeting: ICFVA-Rich 2016 Coaching Practicum
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11/11/2016 Deepen Your Coaching Effectiveness Using Images
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09/30/2016 ICF Metro DC - 2016 Capital Coaches Conference
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09/12/2016 ICF Philadelphia: Teleclass #7
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08/01/2016 ICF Philadelphia: Teleclass #6
07/20/2016 Demystifying ICF Credentialing Process
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06/10/2016 Using Assessments in Your Coaching Practice
06/06/2016 ICF Philadelphia: Teleclass #5
05/20/2016 Experience Coaching!
05/19/2016 ICW's Book Discussion: Quiet Leadership (Free)
05/18/2016 Community Outreach with Jobs Assistance Ministry (JAM)
05/17/2016 How to Create Programs That Sell Like Hotcakes
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05/16/2016 International Coaching Week
05/13/2016 Roanoke Event: LGBTQ in the Coaching Relationship
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04/08/2016 April Workshops: Build Your Coaching Practice
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03/11/2016 LGBTQ in the Coaching Relationship
03/11/2016 3 Ways to Invite Movement in Coaching: Tools for Momentum, Inspiration, and Change
03/07/2016 Teleclass #2: The Hallmark of Adulthood: Consciousness Development
02/17/2016 ICF-NYC Webinar: From Crickets To Clients: Three Steps To More Clients, More Income + More Impact
02/12/2016 Motivational Interviewing: The Key to Unlocking Lasting Change
02/03/2016 Depth Coaching: Co-creating Action-based Wisdom with Our Clients
02/01/2016 When and How to Refer a Coaching Client to a Mental Health Professional
01/12/2016 "Rising Strong"
01/08/2016 Why People Burnout and How to Revive Them
01/07/2016 ICFVA JANUARY 2016 NEW YEAR'S SOCIAL
01/04/2016 Competent to the Core: Mastering the ICF Core Competencies - Core Competency #11 - Managing Progress and Accountability
12/11/2015 Neuroleadership 101: What Every Coach Needs to Know Today
12/07/2015 Competent to the Core: Mastering the ICF Core Competencies - Core Competency #10 - Planning and Goal Setting
11/20/2015 Roanoke Program: Designing the Perfect Coaching Conversation
11/13/2015 Mastering Coaching Flow
11/10/2015 NJ Charter Chapter: Willpower – Breaking the Boundaries of Your Comfort Zone
11/02/2015 Competent to the Core: Mastering the ICF Core Competencies - Core Competency #9 - Designing Actions
10/28/2015 Conflict Dynamics Profile Certification
10/22/2015 NY Charter Chapter Sponsored Webinar: What Every Coach Needs To Know About ADHD Coaching
10/14/2015 How To Coach Social + Emotional Intelligence Workshop
10/09/2015 ICF VA October Program “Shaping Your Coaching Offer”
09/25/2015 Roanoke Presentation: "Adult Learning & Coaching: Linking the Two for Best Practices in Coaching"
09/21/2015 “Speed Networking” Social
09/14/2015 Competent to the Core: Mastering the ICF Core Competencies - Core Competency #8 - Creating Awareness
08/28/2015 August Special Event - "Co-creating Coaching Cultures: How Partnerships between Business Leaders & Coaches Make It Happen"
08/25/2015 NJ Charter Chapter Sponsored Webinar “Life Coaching Isn’t Just for Grownups – Three Skills All Kids Should Learn Before the Age of 10 (and they work for grownups too)!”
07/14/2015 NJ Charter Chapter Sponsored Webinar “Leveraging Social Media to Grow Your Coaching Practice in a Way that Makes Sense!”
07/10/2015 ICF VA July 2015 Program “Harnessing the Power of Why" - ICF Global Leaders Forum Highlights
07/06/2015 Competent to the Core: Mastering the ICF Core Competencies - Core Competency #7 - Direct Communication
06/01/2015 Competent to the Core: Mastering the ICF Core Competencies - Core Competency #6 - Powerful Questioning
05/20/2015 International Coaching Week: Group Coaching for JAM
05/19/2015 International Coaching Week: Coach on the Corner
05/18/2015 International Coaching Week: Evening Social
04/10/2015 “What I Know Now (that I Wish I Knew Then)” Panel Discussion

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