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ICF-NT April 11 Monthly Luncheon
Two Decades as a Coach: Personal Reflections, Including Twenty Tips, Tools, and (not so secret) Revelations
Join us for our luncheon program which features Judy Feld presenting Two Decades as a Coach: Personal Reflections, Including Twenty Tips, Tools, and (not so secret) Revelations.
A brief overview about Judy Feld's "Past, Present and Future" and then present the selected "Twenty Tips, Tools, and Revelations " in four major areas, relating to observations to the ICF Core Competencies: About Your Clients, About Your Profession, About Your Business and About Your Personal Development.
Judy will pause frequently for questions, comments and requests from the audience and also supply additional resources for each of the items covered. Come prepared to ask Judy anything! Judy's website: www.coachnet.com
Message from Judy Feld: "This
phase of my ongoing professional adventures began in 1994 with a
transition from corporate leadership to coaching. I could easily
extract 100 observations from the "learning experience" that continues
today. I've limited this presentation to my favorite 20, with the
broadest applicability to the wide range of coaching specialties and
niches represented by our members. It is my hope that each participant
will find something useful to take away: internal and external
coaches; executive and personal coaches; organizational and independent
coaches; new and experienced coaches. Everyone makes their own unique
choices, and mine are influenced by my background, experience,
interests, values and strengths."
Learning Outcomes: (1) Additional clarity on the client's agenda, (2) Coach/client chemistry, (3) "To be or not to be..." (coaching techniques for the ambivalent client), (4) Creating long-term relationships, and (5) Your ideal coaching practice.
Education Credits: .75 CCEU Core Competency Credit / .25 CCEU Resource Development Credit
Thursday, April 24, 2014 from 6:00-8:00 pm
ICF North Texas Social Learning Event
"Personal Best Leadership" in Coaching
Facilitated by ICF Chapter Member: Jude Olson, Ph.D., ACC
We are pleased to launch an entirely new way for ICF NT members to connect and learn. Register now for a networking and interactive discussion on "Personal Best Leadership" in Coaching.
Jude will share the 5 Best Practices that typify Exemplary Leaders through an experiential exercise you will do while networking with your colleagues. Learn how to coach leadership through the lens of foundational research by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner. Leveraging their resources and tools can be an immediate value-add to your professional coaching toolkit. Bonus: The exercise itself will give you a personal boost!
The event is free and includes hors d’oeuvres. Cash bar is available. Join us at Winslow's Wine Café, 4101 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76107. Members and non-members are welcome.
1 ICF Resource CCEU will be offered for this program
6:30 Welcome and Introductions
6:45 Informal Discussion and Group Activities
7:45 Prize Drawing
Feedback from March 25 event:
“This session made me think: was more provocative /thought provoking than the typical PowerPoint presentation' at some of our monthly meetings.” - Participant
“So glad ICF is opening it up so people like me who have a conflict on Fridays during the day can participate” - Participant
“Debjani is so genuine, inviting, approachable, and validating in her style. It drives more open discussion and engages others.” -Participant
Welcome to April!
The ICF North Texas Chapter is gearing up for our biggest event of the year.
Our May 14 Prism event recognizes, honors, celebrates, and learns from organizations that have embraced coaching as an integral part of their leadership strategy. It's an excellent opportunity to hear about best practices for organizational coaching, to connect with other coaches, and to develop coaching skills.
Under the leadership of Debjani Biswas (Prism Chair) and Neil Phillips (Prism vice chair), the Prism team reviewed last year’s post event survey results. We learned that participants highly valued the showcase of best practices—so you can look forward to hearing from this year’s finalists.
In addition, the Committee is bringing in nationally recognized author, speaker and executive coach, Joel Garfinkle.
To learn more about recommending sponsors, nominating companies, sponsoring a table or half-table, or to register, go to our 2014 Prism Program
Our April luncheon speaker is one of our own members—Judy Feld, MCC. Judy will share a wealth of learning from her experiences as a highly successful executive coach, coach educator, and contributor to the coaching profession. This will be a highly interactive discussion, so bring your questions.
We hope to see you at our luncheon program on April 11 and at our May 14 Prism event.