Our March 13 Online Program
features Judy Feld, MCC, a past president of ICF Global and founder of ICF North Texas. Judy was the first winner of the ICF North Texas Distinguished Service Award and in 2018 she was inducted into the inaugural ICF Global Circle of Distinction.
After a distinguished career as a corporate leader, Judy has been an executive coach since 1995, with an international practice that includes a wide variety of executives, entrepreneurs, managers, scientists and business teams. She has extensive experience in career, leadership, change and communications coaching for professionals at all levels. Judy works with corporate and organizational teams, in-person or virtually, delivering workshops, seminars and team assessments.
Judy is a 1993 graduate of Leadership America. She was co-founder, training director emerita and on the faculty at the University of Texas at Dallas School of Management Executive Coaching program. Judy also was nominating coach for the PRISM Award-winning coaching initiative in UTD's Executive MBA program, and served as a coach in that program.
Judy will begin with a brief overview of her "Past, Present and Future" and then present the newly-updated "Twenty-five Tips, Tools, and Teachings" organized into five major areas. She’ll relate her curated observations to the ICF Core Competencies and to the current challenges and opportunities facing the coaching profession, our clients and certain in-demand coaching niches. Judy will pause frequently for questions, comments and requests from the audience and also supply additional resources for each of the items covered. Attendees may ask Judy anything!
CCEUs for this Program
- Additional clarity on the client's agenda
- More powerful questions
- Coach/client chemistry and long-term client relationships
- "To be or not to be..." (coaching techniques for the ambivalent client)
- Your ideal coaching practice
: 0.75 Core Competency and 0.25 Resource Development
Message from Judy Feld, MCC:
"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 experiences' that continue today. I've limited this presentation to my favorite 25, 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."