2019 ICF All-Texas Conference & Retreat
March 28 - 31
The buzz is on! Sixty-one coaches yearning to learn, collaborate and connect have already signed up for 2019 All-Texas ICF Conference at Canyon of the Eagles, March 28–31, 2019.
You don’t want to miss this opportunity to earn up to 10 CCEUs and join other Texas coaches for learning, community and restoration opportunities. Daring Leadership, Resilience, Direct Communication—"The Red-Headed Step Child Competency,” and Helping Coaches Sell High-End Packages are just a few of the topics that will be offered as workshops. You can’t afford to miss this conference if you’re serious about increasing your competencies and income. Register at https://bit.ly/2MQwONr.
The Canyon of the Eagles is sold out. Call 512-715-9896 to book at The Painted Sky Inn, which is just four miles away. Camping and RV hook-ups are options. Post to Facebook if you’re looking for a roommate.
We hope to see you there!
A January Tradition-Past President's Brunch
On a Saturday in January every year, a gathering happens that many of our members may not know about. Yet it is an important tradition within our ICF North Texas chapter. The prior year’s Board, the incoming Board and all Past Presidents of ICF North Texas are invited to a brunch to recognize leaders of the chapter and acknowledge the contributions of all who have led our chapter to where it is today.
Past Presidents in attendance at this year’s brunch were: Jim Cooper, Judy Feld, Randy Fernandes, Neena Newberry, Catherine Oleksiw, Jude Olson, Neil Phillips, Susan Shapiro, Alma Weaver-Jones and Beverley Wright. Each were invited by Mike Caracalas, 2019 ICF NT President, to share a memory of their year leading our organization. The accomplishments shared truly reflect a story of chapter highlights throughout the years. And, it was agreed that documenting the chapter history is an important priority. For more information or to share history of the chapter, please contact Catherine Oleksiw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catherine acknowledged the 2018 outgoing Board of Directors with words of gratitude and also with a gift of a journal (perhaps to capture those memories of their time on the Board). The meeting concluded with a welcome to the 2019 Board along with well-wishes for a great year ahead from all our chapter’s past leaders.
We are fortunate to have so many people who remain connected and engaged in supporting our chapter--long after their formal leadership role has ended.