Las Colinas Country Club
$25 per person
Heavy Hors d'oeuvres | Sweet Treats | Live DJ | Door Prizes Galore
(Cash Bar Available)
We hope to see everyone this Thursday evening at our Member and Guest Holiday Party! Grab your PLUS ONE (spouse, significant other, colleague, etc.) and register on the chapter calendar now. Tickets are $25 per person. If you are registering a guest, you can add your guest's name and pay for both tickets at the same time when you register yourself (the member).
What Can You Expect?
In addition to celebrating the season with chapter members and guests, you will enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres, sweet treats, and door prizes galore. Drink tickets will be provided and a cash bar will be available.
What to Wear?
Dress is Holiday Casual or just come as you are!
December 9 Chapter Webinar
Coaching in Government: Stories and Tips for Coaching Professionals
Theodora J. Fitzsimmons, PhD, PCC, PMP
Marykate Behan Dougherty, PCC, PMP
Alan Lee Myers, MA, PCC
12:00 – 1:00 PM CT
Webinar Cost: Chapter Members – $10 / Non-Chapter Members – $20
Theodora J. Fitzsimmons, PhD, PCC, PMP is a Leadership Development Expert, Leadership and Executive Coach, Coach Trainer, Coach Mentor, and Coaching Supervisor with decades of experience in the public and private sector.
Marykate Behan Dougherty, PCC, PMP is a Project Management Professional, Coach, Coach Trainer and Mentor, and Leadership Development Expert with over 30 years of private, government, nonprofit, and international experience.
Alan Lee Myers, MA, PCC, is Leadership and Organizational Development Professional, Leadership/Executive Coach, Coach Trainer, Mentor Coach, Coaching Supervisor, and Public Health Specialist with over 35 years of government and nonprofit experience.
Our webinar speakers will discuss their book, Coaching in Government: Stories and Tips for Coaching Professionals (to be published on December 20, 2022), that captures the story of how internal coaching was introduced—and has since evolved—in the U.S. Federal Government and provides coaches and government agency leaders with the skills and tools to help them implement their own successful coaching programs. The book by these leaders in the field, follows the stories of several pioneers who have implemented coaching programs in government, aiming to help coaches learn from their mistakes and gain from their wisdom. Filled with interviews, case studies, reflective questions, and how-to action points, each chapter highlights the successes and failures of each coach's journey so that professionals can incorporate these lessons in their own practice. Chapters take readers from the beginning considerations to contemplating the future of their programs, focusing on setting a vision, overcoming issues and challenges, leveraging predictors of success, making key decisions, building foundations for sustainability, and creating continuing education for sustainment of change. Accessible and relatable, these stories will help professionals learn from those that have come before them, helping them begin the groundswell of change effectively and proactively in their own programs.
CCEUs for this Webinar: 1 Resource Development Credit