Events by Members

Members of ICF-RAC may post notices below that will be of interest to potential clients and/or to other members of the chapter.  Examples of appropriate events include special promotions, book or article publications, workshops, presentations, or special programs.




  • 18 Feb 2014 10:00 AM | ICF-RAC Administrator (Administrator)
    Improve your emotional intelligence and people skills.

    5 CCEUs (2.25 Core, 2.25 Support) will be awarded, preapproved by ICF.

    Increasing your self-awareness is the first step toward both good self-management and better relationships. If you want to connect better with others, you need to consistently tune in to your own thinking, feelings, and values. Keep focused on what is important to you during crucial conversations. Manage your feelings and behaviors.


    You may improve your skills via:

    • Small Group Coaching via a Live Virtual Workshop Series, Module 5, “Self-Management,” of Leadership Communication : How to Communicate with Emotional Intelligence for Powerful Leadership, http://www.EmotionallyIntelligentLeadership.com.
    New small group starts Feb. 18th at 10 AM ET and Feb 25 and March 4.

    • Self-Study Course - Corresponding Module 5, “Self-Management,” http://www.eaglealliance.com/services/gec/ssinfo/.


    For more information or to sign up, please call me, Bill Murray at 919-240-7924, or email via my web site, http://www.EagleAlliance.com/contact.
  • 21 Aug 2013 12:53 PM | Kathleen O'Grady


    Raleigh Coaching, LLC announces: Raleigh Coaching Academy!

    A new local ICF-aligned Life Coach Certification training program for those interested in becoming a certified coach.

    The Right Fit
    One of the biggest challenges aspiring coaches face in choosing the right coach training program is being sure that the curriculum’s focus will be aligned with the type of coaching they wish to offer. Raleigh Coaching Academy was created with this in mind, and rather than delivering the same static content repeatedly, tailors each class to meet the specific needs of the students enrolled.

    Optional Curriculum Focus Areas
    Life Transition, Leadership, Relationship, Career, Mindfulness, Energy & Consciousness

    Intimate Interactive Learning
    Each class session begins with an overview and explanation of that week’s lesson, followed by interactive discussion of real-life scenarios (shared by both instructor and students) that illustrate the topic. Depending on the week’s topic, students will participate in in-class practice coaching as a way to solidify their personal experience and understanding of the material covered.

    Flexible Scheduling
    Since many coaches-in-training have full-time jobs and otherwise hectic lives, weekly classes are scheduled to meet the specific needs of the students enrolled.

    Certification

    After successful completion of the required 32 weeks of coach training, a self-study research project and a minimum of 30 hours of coaching practice outside of class, students will received a Certification of Completion, which represents 60-hours of ICF Coach Specific Training and can be used towards the ICF Portfolio Application Process to obtain Associate Certified Coach (ACC) distinction.

  • 04 Jun 2013 3:48 PM | ICF-RAC Administrator (Administrator)

    Please join us for our next meeting where we will introduce the art of Appreciative Coaching.  SIG member Belinda Jennette will guide us through the key components of this transformational process.  You will learn how to use powerful questioning and dialogue, reflective listening, and create meaningful metaphors that support the goals and dreams of the coaching client.

    Belinda Jennette works as a Business Operations Project Manager at SAS Institute in the Corporate Services Division.  She has a BS in Engineering from Rutgers University in New Jersey and an MBA from Regis University in Denver.  She is also certified as a PMP (Project Management Professional).  She manages Operations projects and programs and as well as process improvement activities.  Belinda has experience in a variety of industries including software, chemicals, mining and biotech.  She believes that process improvement activities should also be focused on people issues, and she enjoys using Appreciative Inquiry in her coaching.

    Date:    June 25, 2013

    Topic:  Appreciative Coaching

    Time:  11:30 to 1:30

    Location:  Quintiles Bradford Building

                       5827 South Miami Blvd

                       Morrisville, NC 27560.

    Please bring a brown bag lunch.

    Kindly RSVP to Marybeth@positivechange.org

  • 16 Jan 2013 8:42 PM | Sackeena Gordon-Jones, PhD, PCC
    http://www.coachfederation.org/includes/media/docs/ICFGlobal2012-ExecutiveSummary.pdf

  • 02 Aug 2012 8:30 AM | Anonymous

    Do you have a client who is struggling with making time to exercise or eat healthy, emotional eating, motivation to exercise? My book "Healthy Weight: It's a Family Affair" addresses these issues and more. It is free on Kindle this month, so spread the message!!!

    Go on amazon.com and search the book title.  

    I'm also offering a 30 minute FREE fitness or life coaching session with each book purchase/download.

    Thanks!

    Cindy

  • 29 Jun 2012 10:29 AM | Kathryn Britton (Administrator)
    One of our members, Betsy Smith, has received a 2012 Women in Business award from the Triangle Business Journal.  To quote from their article,
    "The Women in Business awards program recognizes Triangle women who have proven to be dynamic and outstanding leaders with established track records of significant accomplishments in business and/or community service." In Cameron Snipes, 2012 Women in Business Award winners revealed.
    Her award is in the mentor category. Congratulations, Betsy! We know you are an outstanding mentor, and we're glad to see it recognized by others.

    Betsy will be honored at a luncheon, along with the other award winners, on August 23.
  • 29 Jun 2012 10:15 AM | Kathryn Britton (Administrator)
    Last Tuesday, June 26, Kathryn Britton was the guest of Louise Cohen on her Voice America radio show, Changing Obstacles into New Possibilities.

    Kathryn talked about ways to build the ordinary resources that make us resilient when trouble arrives.  Many of these ideas, including ten tips for building resilience, are included in the book she edited, Resilience: How to Navigate Life's Curves. The show is available from the show channel as a podcast:


    Betsy Smith and her co-author, Kathleen Logan, are going to be guests on the same show on July 10 at 3PM EDT to talk about second blooming for women.  Watch here for more details.
  • 26 Jun 2012 9:37 AM | Anonymous

    Hi All~

    "Healthy Weight: It's a Family Affair" is now available. So, if you are working with clients who are trying to get their family on board with healthy eating and fitness, this book is full of methods for life long success with weight management. It offers a holistic approach to wellness, and includes overcoming barriers, like stress, emotional eating and a busy life!

    Check out the link with a short audio excerpt for more details! http://outskirtspress.com/healthyweight

  • 13 Jun 2012 5:29 PM | Kathryn Britton (Administrator)

    Check it out.

    "Managing stress like air in a bicycle tire -- enough to keep rolling, but not enough to burst when you hit a bump."

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6402QJp52M&feature=share

  • 12 Jun 2012 4:27 PM | Betsy Smith
    Are you working toward your ACC? The ACC by 2012 SIG meets at 10:30AM the third Wednesday of the month prior to the regular luncheon.
    This accountability group provides support and strategies on how to get those 100 hours of coaching needed for the ACC and we can help identify Mentor Coaches for the required 10 hours of Mentor Coaching. If you have completed your Coach Specific Training, join us to accomplish your ACC by 2012. For more information contact Betsy Smith, Membership Co-chair betsy@elsmithconsulting.com, 919.521.4734.
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