FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 20, 2014 –
The Philadelphia Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF) will host a workshop and dinner for professional coaches and those interested in the field of coaching from 6pm on November 20, 2014 at NHS Learning Center at 350 Sentry Parkway East, Building 640, 2nd Floor, Blue Bell, PA 19422 [610 825-4135]
Coaches spend a lot of time and effort thinking about how to engage future clients and sustain engagement with existing ones. They often work solo yet so want connection! All over the world, like-minded individuals are working with people to help them achieve happier, more fulfilling lives and careers. The workshop will consider:
- What are coaches doing to leverage connections with the ICF Chapter, with fellow coaches, and with like-minded professionals for mutual benefit?
- What yet to-be-discovered opportunities exist when strategic alliances are formed?
Small group discussions and lively brainstorming will be led by two members of the Global Board of Directors of the ICF, along with Philadelphia-area MCC coaches and others with more than 10 years of experience. Attendees will see what collaborative designs and plans are possible for them when they gather with like-minded professionals to co-create the future.
About the Speakers:
Meryl Moritz, MCC, has 20 years of experience. As President of Meryl Moritz Resources LLC, she supports global leaders and their teams to enhance their leadership performance in the face of complexity and massive change. A Global ICF Board member since 2010, Meryl has been Director, VP, and now Vice Chair. She has contributed to the prosperity of coaches and the growth of coaching by forging alliances with people all over the world, by mentoring, speaking, authoring articles, helping to found ICF chapters, and educating the next generation of coaches at three leading academic institutions.
Pat Mathews, MCC, is President of Mathews Associates, a coaching and consulting practice dedicated to supporting leaders as they build productive partnerships, teams and workplaces. She served as Leader of the ICF Virtual Community and chair of the ICF Global Credentialing and Program Accreditation committee. She is currently serving on the Global Board of Directors of the ICF. Pat is a faculty member and program director of the Leadership Coaching program at Georgetown University
For more information:
Contact: Terri O’Donnell, ACC, CPCC
Phone: 215 470-9123
We thank our November Meeting Sponsor, Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP)
Dinner Cost: Early Bird – $30 Members, $35 Non-members; After Early Bird – $35 Members, $40 Non-members; At the Door – $40 for everyone.