Upcoming Events


    • 11 Jul 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Frontier CLASSROOM, 800 Park Offices Dr., Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
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    CCEUs Approval in Progress

    Dream Work in Coaching

    Carl Jung discovered that “in sleep we awaken to who we are.”

    Dream work in the coaching process offers an opportunity to invoke an inquiry for greater understanding, awareness and clarity of the important issues in a clients waking life. Dream work can help clients discover for themselves new thoughts, perspectives, beliefs & emotions that strengthen their ability to take action and achieve what is important to them.

    The Dream Work in Coaching program will:

    • Facilitate learning & create awareness: Dreams show us what we need to know about our waking life but don’t (Jung). They are like the reigns of a horse showing us when we are off or on track in areas of our lives (Maria von Franz). They are valuable in helping identify areas in personal and professional life that need attention, correct erroneous beliefs and shift thinking and behaviors. Dreams have an advantage over other techniques of self knowledge in that “they give us a dynamic, continuous self diagnosis, and can clarify momentary erroneous attitudes or reactions to situations” (Maria von Franz).
    • Bring powerful questions to dream work: For example, in what ways might this dream be a metaphor of your waking life? Dreams can show specific areas of life that may need to be looked at. e.g. health, interpersonal relationships, satisfaction and feeling or attitudes towards work. They may bring into awareness underlying concerns of the client, differences between "facts" and interpretation. Dreams may challenge fixed ways of perceiving the world as well as clarify disparities between thought, feelings and behaviors.
    • Lay a foundation for designing actions, planning and goal setting: Since dreams show areas of life that need attention, they are useful in goal setting. Each dream is asking something of us. They can help the coach and client set goals that are authentic to the client and assist in the individuation process. Dreams may offer real time feedback as to the progress and effectiveness of coaching. Dream Work can assist in communicating broader perspectives and inspire a commitment to shift view points and find new possibilities for action and living.

    Program Presenter: Peter Metzner, PCC,  incorporates dream work in life and leadership coaching. He worked extensively with dreams when he taught Psychology at Vance-Granville Community College, facilitated Leadership and Innovation at Elon University as well as in classes at (then) Peace College in Raleigh, NC. He has studied dreams and dream work through organizations and from workshops including the Journey Through Wholeness and the Triangle Jung Society. Peter has studied with Robert Johnson, Barry Williams, Jeremy Taylor, John Ryan Haule, Henry Reed and others. He has written articles on Leadership and Dream work and has given keynote presentations as well as workshops on dreams to organizations such as The National Wellness Institute, The Center For Creative Leadership, and the ICF (Cleveland, 2014). Prior to creating Dynamic Change, Inc., Peter served as Vice President of Client Relations and Program Development for The Leadership Trust and was employed by the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC. To learn more about Peter's dream work, click here.

    Related ICF Core Competencies for Dream Work in Coaching:

    B. Co-Creating the Relationship

    Coaching Presence - Being fully conscious and creating spontaneous relationships with clients, employing a style that is open, flexible and confident.

    C. Communicating Effectively

    Active Listening - Ability to focus completely on what the client is saying and is not saying, to understand the meaning of what is said in the context of the client’s desires, and to support client self-expression.

    Powerful Questioning - Ability to ask questions that reveal the information needed for maximum benefit to the coaching relationship and the client.

    Direct Communication - Communicating effectively during coaching sessions, and using language that has the greatest positive impact on the client.

    D. Facilitating Learning and Results

    Creating Awareness - Ability to integrate and accurately evaluate multiple sources of information and to make interpretations that help the client to gain awareness and thereby achieve agreed-upon results.

    Designing Actions - Ability to create with the client opportunities for ongoing learning, during coaching and in work/life situations, and for taking new actions that will most effectively lead to agreed-upon coaching results.

    Planning and Goal Setting - Ability to develop and maintain an effective coaching plan with the client.

    Managing Progress and Accountability - Ability to hold attention on what is important for the client, and to leave responsibility with the client to take action.

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    Free parking available beside The Frontier and across the street

    • 07 Aug 2018
    • 6:30 PM
    • Durham Bulls Ballpark, Pinnacle Covered Area
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    MEMBERS ONLY Networking Event for ICF-Raleigh, TODN, and ATD-RTA

    Join us for a Partners Networking Event on August 7th at the Durham Bulls Park for food and fun.  DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS JULY 16.

    The Durham Bulls will be playing the Columbus Clippers.  Tickets are $20 each and include admission to the ballpark and an all you can eat ballpark fare of hot dogs, burgers, chips, and soda.

    Durham Bulls Stadium is located at 409 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC  27701.  CLICK HERE for directions and parking.

    Registration is limited so reserve your tickets soon.  Reserved tickets will be available at the WILL CALL office. You will need to bring a copy of your ID for ticket pickup.

    Event is held rain or shine. Our event will be held in the Pinnacle Deck which is covered.  If game is cancelled,tickets will be issued for a later game. NO REFUNDS in the event of bad weather. Umbrellas are allowed in the ballpark.  

             


    • 15 Aug 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Frontier CLASSROOM, 800 Park Offices Dr., Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
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    CCEUs Approval in Progress

    To Sell Is Human

    Based on the book by Daniel Pink, To Sell is Human, this interactive workshop will show how "we sell all the time." Sell is not a four letter word. Participants will explore "value" and their contribution to their clients and colleagues.

    1. To discern from "sell" as a negative term to a positive term.
    2. To clearly identify the "value" participants have.
    3. To proudly state the value of the service they can provide to others.

    Program Presenter: E.L. "Betsy" Smith, ACC, has been an ICF Certified Coach for ten years. Her BA is from The University of Texas and her MEd and PhD are from Texas A&M. Betsy's first career was in higher education where she served as Dean, Provost and Associate Vice President. As owner of E. L. Smith Consulting, Betsy's coaching style is fast paced, results oriented and - fun! Her clients are primarily executive and professional women who are at a crossroads. Betsy's life purpose is to help people acknowledge their greatness.To learn more about Betsy's coaching and consulting work, click here.

    Related ICF Core Competencies for To Sell Is Human:

    C. Communicating Effectively

    Powerful Questioning - Ability to ask questions that reveal the information needed for maximum benefit to the coaching relationship and the client.

    Direct Communication - Communicating effectively during coaching sessions, and using language that has the greatest positive impact on the client.

    D. Facilitating Learning and Results

    Creating Awareness - Ability to integrate and accurately evaluate multiple sources of information and to make interpretations that help the client to gain awareness and thereby achieve agreed-upon results.

    Designing Actions - Ability to create with the client opportunities for ongoing learning, during coaching and in work/life situations, and for taking new actions that will most effectively lead to agreed-upon coaching results.


    Location Map

    Free parking available beside The Frontier and across the street

    • 28 Sep 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • The Frontier, FUSION ROOM, 800 Park Offices Drive, Durham, NC 27703
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    CCEUs available pending approval

    PLEASE NOTE:  At the beginning of each meeting we will have a 10-15 minute summary and review of the book.  Even if you didn't have time to read the whole book, we will make sure you feel part of the club.

    "After decades of research, world-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., discovered a simple but groundbreaking idea: the power of mindset. In this brilliant book, she shows how success in school, work, sports, the arts, and almost every area of human endeavor can be dramatically influenced by how we think about our talents and abilities. People with a fixed mindset—those who believe that abilities are fixed—are less likely to flourish than those with a growth mindset—those who believe that abilities can be developed. Mindset reveals how great parents, teachers, managers, and athletes can put this idea to use to foster outstanding accomplishment.

    In this edition, Dweck offers new insights into her now famous and broadly embraced concept. She introduces a phenomenon she calls false growth mindset and guides people toward adopting a deeper, truer growth mindset. She also expands the mindset concept beyond the individual, applying it to the cultures of groups and organizations. With the right mindset, you can motivate those you lead, teach, and love—to transform their lives and your own."

    Facilitator: tbd

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    Free Parking Available at The Frontier

    and Across the Street



    • 30 Nov 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • The Frontier, FUSION ROOM, 800 Park Offices Drive, Durham, NC 27703
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    CCEUs available pending approval

    PLEASE NOTE:  At the beginning of each meeting we will have a 10-15 minute summary and review of the book.  Even if you didn't have time to read the whole book, we will make sure you feel part of the club.

    If violent means acting in ways that result in hurt or harm then much of how we communicate judging others bullying racial profiling blaming finger pointing discriminating against others speaking without listening criticizing name calling reacting when angry using political rhetoric being defensive or judging who is good bad or what is right wrong with people could indeed be called violent communication

    What is Nonviolent Communication 
    Nonviolent Communication is the integration of 4 things 
    1.  Consciousness a set of principles that support living a life of empathy care courage and authenticity Language understanding how words contribute to connection or distance
    2.  Language: understanding how words contribute to connection or distance
    3.  Communication knowing how to ask for what we want how to hear others even in disagreement and how to move toward solutions that work for all
    4.  Means of influence sharing power with others rather than using power over others

    NVC serves our desire to do three things 
    1.  Increase our ability to live with choice meaning and connection
    2.  Connect empathically with self and others to have more satisfying relationships
    3.  Sharing of resources so everyone is able to benefit

    Facilitator: tbd

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    Free Parking Available at The Frontier

    and Across the Street



Past events

22 Jun 2018 BOOK CLUB: Resonate: Present Visual Stories that Transform Audiences by Nancy Duarte
14 Jun 2018 Raleigh Cutting Edge Conversation: Conflict & Coaching - Self-Awareness and Self-Management
13 Jun 2018 WEBINAR: What Kind of Coach Are You? Understanding the Coaching Continuum
04 Jun 2018 Annual New Member Breakfast - All Welcome
31 May 2018 Business Development SIG Kick-Off Meeting
23 May 2018 WEBINAR: The Inner Critic - Friend or Foe
10 May 2018 Raleigh Cutting Edge Conversation: From Chaos to Calm: Facilitating Change from the Inside Out
09 May 2018 ICW Experience Coaching - How Building A Coaching Culture In Your Organization Will Drive Meaningful Change
01 May 2018 Movies that Matter - The Shadow Effect
25 Apr 2018 Member Organized Networking Event
17 Apr 2018 Durham Cutting Edge Conversation: The Fully Conscious Coach - Repeat Performance
11 Apr 2018 Business Development SIG Meeting
03 Apr 2018 Ethics When The Stakes Are High - Half Day Workshop
23 Mar 2018 BOOK CLUB: Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone by Brené Brown
20 Mar 2018 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation: Courage in Coaching
15 Mar 2018 Organizing Meeting: Business Development Special Interest Group (SIG)
14 Mar 2018 7 Secrets for Crafting a Stellar Signature Presentation
08 Mar 2018 Raleigh Area Cutting Edge Conversation
21 Feb 2018 Improvisation for Coaches Workshop
20 Feb 2018 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation: Motivation and Coaching
09 Feb 2018 WILMINGTON Cutting Edge Conversation by the Sea: Setting the 2018 Agenda
08 Feb 2018 RALEIGH Cutting Edge Conversation: The Fully Conscious Coach
06 Feb 2018 2018 Annual Membership Meeting Rescheduled
11 Jan 2018 Cutting Edge Conversation: Your One Word for 2018 - Setting Your Intention
07 Dec 2017 Raleigh Cutting Edge Conversation: 2017 in Review, Stefanie Zizzo
06 Dec 2017 HOLIDAY SOCIAL AND CELEBRATION
21 Nov 2017 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation: How to gracefully end the Coaching Relationship?
15 Nov 2017 Exploring Ethics in Coaching: Case Studies
10 Nov 2017 BOOK CLUB MEETING- Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
09 Nov 2017 Raleigh Cutting Edge Conversation: Stepping Into Your Greatness
18 Oct 2017 WEBINAR Ethics: How would you feel if someone complained about you as a coach
12 Oct 2017 Raleigh Cutting Edge Conversation: Leadership and Relational Coaching (L.A.R.C.)
26 Sep 2017 Partners Networking Event
20 Sep 2017 Workshop: Badass Business Development
19 Sep 2017 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation: The Roles We Play
14 Sep 2017 Raleigh Cutting Edge Conversation: Mindfulness as a Vehicle to Highlighting Character Strengths in the Coaching Process
08 Sep 2017 BOOK CLUB MEETING: The Coaching Habit... Michael Bungay Stanier
06 Sep 2017 WEBINAR Ethical and Moral Maturity in the Coaching Profession
16 Aug 2017 Workshop: Preventing Executive Derailment
15 Aug 2017 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation: Group Coaching: The Power and the Potential
10 Aug 2017 Raleigh Cutting Edge Conversation: Using Heart Coherence to Accelerate Client Growth and Transformation
11 Jul 2017 Fierce Conversations: Presenter Molly Breazeale
20 Jun 2017 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation: Tools of the Trade
14 Jun 2017 Coaching Through ART: An Integrative Coaching Experience
08 Jun 2017 Raleigh Cutting Edge Conversation: Discovering Our Clients' and Our Own "Time-Truths
05 Jun 2017 Annual Members Breakfast - ALL WELCOME
16 May 2017 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation: Accessing the “wise mind” concept
12 May 2017 BOOK CLUB MEETING: Conversational Intelligence, Judith Glaser
11 May 2017 Cutting Edge Conversation Raleigh: Coaching through Diversity and Differences
05 May 2017 Half Day Workshop: Expanding Your Reach: Best Practices and Tools for Group and Team Coaching
19 Apr 2017 Webinar: 7 Steps to Building a Cash-Flowing Business
18 Apr 2017 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation: Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD)
13 Apr 2017 Cutting Edge Conversation: The Tools of Insight
05 Apr 2017 Organized Member Networking
24 Mar 2017 BOOK CLUB MEETING: Triggers... Marshall Goldsmith
23 Mar 2017 Cutting Edge Conversation: Can You Hear, See or Feel What I'm Saying?
15 Mar 2017 Resource Sharing Opportunity! Learn About Available Resources to Grow Your Coaching Business
09 Mar 2017 Cutting Edge Conversation: Redefining Freedom for Self, Practice and Clients
21 Feb 2017 DURHAM Cutting Edge Conversation Launch
15 Feb 2017 Webinar: How to Coach Your Clients to Be Influential
09 Feb 2017 Cutting Edge Conversation: Spirit - An Accessible Coaching Tool?
18 Jan 2017 Annual Membership Meeting
12 Jan 2017 Cutting Edge Conversation: Your One Word for 2017 - Setting Your Intention
14 Dec 2016 HOLIDAY SOCIAL AND CELEBRATION
08 Dec 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: The Science and Art of Nonverbal Communication in Coaching”
30 Nov 2016 Webinar: How to Practice the Double Pause to Increase Awareness in Your Coaching by Marilyn O'Hearne
11 Nov 2016 BOOK CLUB MEETING: The Power of Habit: Charles Duhigg
27 Oct 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: Ending the Coaching Contract: Is it Good-bye or Just Au Revoir?
19 Oct 2016 WEBINAR: Coaching with Science-based Spirituality by Jayne Gardner
07 Oct 2016 2016 ICF Raleigh Annual Conference
29 Sep 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: Leadership: An Inevitable Coaching Role
26 Sep 2016 A Masterful Conversation with ICF Executive Director Magdalena 'Magda' Mook: “Exploring Key Issues and Future Coaching Trends”
20 Sep 2016 WORKSHOP Granular Coaching: What do I do next? by Stephen Bowers
14 Sep 2016 IGNITING SOCIAL PROGRESS - FROM PASSION TO COMM1UNITY COACHING OUTREACH (CCO) SUSTAINED PROGRAM - Sackeena Gordon-Jones
09 Sep 2016 BOOK CLUB MEETING: Daring Greatly: Brené Brown
07 Sep 2016 Organized Member Networking Event
30 Aug 2016 Board Happy Hour
25 Aug 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: The Brain within Its Groove: Thinking Tools to Get Out of a Rut
17 Aug 2016 WEBINAR: Mindfulness - The Science of Performance and Productivity by Divya Parekh
28 Jul 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: The Power of Patterns in Coaching
23 Jun 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: The Power of Story in Coaching
15 Jun 2016 EVENING WORKSHOP: The Listening Laboratory by Marilyn Shannon
03 Jun 2016 New Member Breakfast | Workshop
26 May 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: Using Metaphors in Coaching
20 May 2016 International Coaching Week: The HeART of Coaching Event
18 May 2016 International Coaching Week - Organized Member Networking
06 May 2016 BOOK CLUB MEETING: The Power of Full Engagement: Tony Schwartz
28 Apr 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: Understanding and Overcoming Decision Making Biases
20 Apr 2016 WORKSHOP: SELLING without Hype or Manipulation! Using the Core Competencies by Denise Hedges
24 Mar 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: Working with The Business Canvas to Strengthen Your Business
09 Mar 2016 WORKSHOP: NLP - Influential Communication in Coaching by Jerry and Marilou Seavey
25 Feb 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: Creating a Trusting Environment for Adult Self-Awareness
17 Feb 2016 WEBINAR: How to Coach Social + Emotional Intelligence by Laura Belsten
05 Feb 2016 BOOK CLUB MEETING: Mindset: Carol Dweck
28 Jan 2016 Cutting Edge Conversation: One Word For the New Year: Your Intention for 2016
13 Jan 2016 Annual Membership Meeting
15 Dec 2015 2015 Holiday Social
11 Dec 2015 WILMINGTON AREA Cutting Edge Conversations: Reflection on Your Year in Review & How can we provide support or ideas to your Action Planning & Vision for 2016
09 Dec 2015 Cutting Edge Conversations: Giving The Gift of Presence to Yourself and Others
20 Nov 2015 BOOK CLUB: How the way we talk can change the way we work
11 Nov 2015 WORKSHOP: Mindful Coaches - Transforming How We Think, Interact and Work with Our Clients
02 Nov 2015 Board Meeting November
29 Oct 2015 Cutting Edge Conversations: Remote or Face-to-Face?
09 Oct 2015 CONFERENCE: Fearlessly Leading From the Inside Out
05 Oct 2015 Board Meeting October
29 Sep 2015 Triad Cutting Edge Conversations: How do you as a coach promote direct communication with your clients?
24 Sep 2015 Cutting Edge Conversations: Breaking Barriers: Moving Clients from a Fixed to a Growth Mindset
09 Sep 2015 3 Easy Steps to More Clients: THE MARKETING BLUEPRINT YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR by Krista Martin
27 Aug 2015 Cutting Edge Conversations: Leadership Agility
25 Aug 2015 Triad Cutting Edge Conversations: What Do We Mean by “Accountability” in Coaching?
21 Aug 2015 BOOK CLUB: The Power of Introverts
12 Aug 2015 Leveraging the ‘Power of Many’ Webinar for Coaches: 6 Elements for Successful Collaboration by Leslie Flowers
30 Jul 2015 Triad Cutting Edge Conversations: What Do We Mean by "Accountability" in Coaching?
15 Jul 2015 How to Get Paid What You Are Worth (Teleseminar) by Dinah Snow
09 Jul 2015 Cutting Edge Conversation RTP: Let's Go to the Movies
19 Jun 2015 BOOK CLUB: Brain at Work
18 Jun 2015 Cutting Edge Conversation Raleigh: Your Year - Your Word - Revisited
17 Jun 2015 Triad Cutting Edge Conversations: What Do We Mean by "Accountability" in Coaching?
11 Jun 2015 Durham Cutting Edge Conversation: Your Year - Your Word - Revisited!
10 Jun 2015 Workshop: Book New Clients through Workshops Right Here in Your Community by Noa Ronen
27 May 2015 Triad Cutting Edge Conversations: Connecting with Your Community as a Coach
22 May 2015 New Member Brunch
21 May 2015 Cutting Edge Conversation: Connecting with your Community as a Coach
19 May 2015 Coaching Cafe Durham
19 May 2015 Coaching Cafe - Raleigh
18 May 2015 International Coaching Week
14 May 2015 Durham Cutting Edge Conversation: Connecting With Your Community As A Coach
29 Apr 2015 ICF Raleigh - Triad Cutting Edge Conversations: How Do We Promote Creating Awareness in Our Clients on a Consistent Basis?
29 Apr 2015 Working in Partnership with Therapists Teleseminar by Leonid Frolov
23 Apr 2015 Cutting Edge Conversation:Listening Skills for Coaching and Beyond!
17 Apr 2015 BOOK CLUB MEETING: April 2015
09 Apr 2015 DURHAM CEC: Open Forum
27 Mar 2015 WILMINGTON AREA Cutting Edge Conversations: Taking the Client from Possibilities to Designing Actions
26 Mar 2015 Cutting Edge Conversation: Exploring Our Possibilities
20 Mar 2015 BOOK CLUB MEETING: March 2015
12 Mar 2015 DURHAM CEC: Staying True to Our Coaching Profession
11 Mar 2015 The GENIUS Within: An Integrative Coaching Experience by Annelies Gentile
02 Mar 2015 RESCHEDULED Annual Meeting
26 Feb 2015 Canceled due to weather - Cutting Edge Conversation: Exploring Our Possibilities
25 Feb 2015 CANCELLED! Annual Meeting
20 Feb 2015 BOOK CLUB MEETING: February 2015
13 Feb 2015 WILMINGTON AREA Cutting Edge Conversations: Exploring our Possibilities
12 Feb 2015 CHAPEL HILL Cutting Edge Conversation: Public Perception of Coaching
22 Jan 2015 Cutting Edge Conversation: Your Year - Your Word
20 Jan 2015 WEBINAR: It's a SNAP with Laura Rose
15 Jan 2015 Webinar: Getting More Out of Your Membership
13 Jan 2015 WILMINGTON AREA Cutting Edge Conversations: Your Year, Your Word
08 Jan 2015 CHAPEL HILL Cutting Edge Conversation: Your Year - Your Word
10 Dec 2014 Define Your Self, Define Your Market: Become a Tribe Leader with Suzanne Ballantyne
02 Dec 2014 Holiday Celebration
20 Nov 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: Preparing to EnJOY the Holidays
12 Nov 2014 The Visual Brain - Coaching, Neuroscience, and Points of You with Lauren Paparone
04 Nov 2014 Board Meeting
30 Oct 2014 CHAPEL HILL Cutting Edge Conversation: What We Want it to Be
23 Oct 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: Radical Radiant Self-Care
14 Oct 2014 Board Meeting
13 Oct 2014 WILMINGTON AREA Cutting Edge Conversations
08 Oct 2014 How to Talk So Others Will Listen with Brian Hillard
25 Sep 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: The More
10 Sep 2014 Keys to Effective Leadership with Christina Motley
08 Sep 2014 WILMINGTON AREA Cutting Edge Conversations: New Starts, Renewal & Revitalization
28 Aug 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: Shoot the Breeze and Contacts
13 Aug 2014 WEBINAR: Learn How to Overcome the Top 5 Challenges that Coaches Experience by Carla Reeves
05 Aug 2014 Board Meeting
24 Jul 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: Start With "Why?"
15 Jul 2014 Board Meeting
14 Jul 2014 WILMINGTON AREA Cutting Edge Conversations: How to Stay Inspired as a Coach
09 Jul 2014 WEBINAR - Getting Booked Solid: More Clients. Less Marketing by Pete Smith
26 Jun 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: A DEEP BREATH!
17 Jun 2014 Board Meeting
16 Jun 2014 WILMINGTON AREA Cutting Edge Conversations at the Carolina Coast
11 Jun 2014 Speaking with Power - Amplify your speaking skills by Katie Gailes
29 May 2014 Science of Coaching: ICF Advance Conference in Atlanta GA
22 May 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: Amplify the Power Of Connection
20 May 2014 Coaching Symposium Open to the Public: Amplify Your Power, Using Coaching as a Way to Connect
13 May 2014 Coaching Perspectives: Building Competence and Achieving Goals
12 May 2014 Board Meeting
24 Apr 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: Coaching with the presupposition, “Behind every behavior is a positive intention".
17 Apr 2014 Board Meeting
09 Apr 2014 PERFORM LIKE A ROCK STAR and Still Have Time for Lunch by Orna Drawas
27 Mar 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: Are you sweating while coaching your client?
27 Mar 2014 WEBINAR: Expand Your Coaching Business by Coaching Social + Emotional Intelligence by Laura Belsten
12 Mar 2014 Getting Out of Our Heads: Improvisational Theater for Coaches by Anoo Tree Brod
27 Feb 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: What is uncomfortable for you?
27 Feb 2014 Annual Membership Meeting
10 Feb 2014 Board Meeting
23 Jan 2014 Cutting Edge Conversations: To New Year Resolution Or Not To New Year Resolution
15 Jan 2014 Make 2014 THE Best Year! Half-Day-Breakfast Wellness Workshop
11 Dec 2013 December Holiday Social
21 Nov 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Social Media: Caring Coaching vs Cyber Bullying
13 Nov 2013 Coaching Teams, speaker Beth Minton
24 Oct 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Boo! Who's Hiding Behind That Mask?
26 Sep 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Bee the Queen Bee!
11 Sep 2013 How to Connect with Emotional Intelligence, speaker Bill Murray
22 Aug 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Group Action
14 Aug 2013 Dispelling Fear: The Turning-point from Vision to Action with Kathleen O’Grady (ACC)
25 Jul 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Coaching With Confidence or Don't Take This Personally
10 Jul 2013 Visual Coaching with Mind Mapping by Sackeena Gordon Jones
27 Jun 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Managing Spaghetti Sessions
12 Jun 2013 Break Away from the Email Madness! (POSTPONED) by Judy Griffin
22 May 2013 Coaching: The Secret Strategy to Your Ultimate Success!
21 May 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: International Coaching Week - Success Stories
25 Apr 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Filling the Well
17 Apr 2013 The Big Picture of ADHD by Dan Galloway
28 Mar 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Fishing for Information
13 Mar 2013 What's Your True Tilt? by Pam Boney
28 Feb 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
13 Feb 2013 Annual Meeting - All Welcome!
23 Jan 2013 Cutting Edge Conversations: THE MOMENT OF TRUTH - Converting Prospects Into Clients
12 Dec 2012 Open Mic Luncheon!
14 Nov 2012 Championship Speaking: Winning with your Message by Alan Hofler
24 Oct 2012 Cutting Edge Hot Topic: To Niche or Not to Niche
17 Oct 2012 Cool Assessment Tools to Add Depth to Your Coaching Practice by Kim Conklin
19 Sep 2012 Aspects of Effective Feedback in Executive Coaching
22 Aug 2012 Cutting Edge Hot Topic: Are You Willing to Get Paid?
26 Jul 2012 Teleconference: The Ins & Outs and Value of Mentor Coaching
18 Jul 2012 Eight Steps towards building a Coaching practice that ROCKS
27 Jun 2012 Cutting Edge Hot Topic: I Am a Member, Now What?
20 Jun 2012 Active Listening: A Critical Tool for Coaching
16 May 2012 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Growing Your Coaching Business - But Didn't Know Whom to Ask
18 Apr 2012 Revitalizing Your Energy for Coaching! by Suzi Snyder
21 Mar 2012 Your Newsletter/Blog: It's All About Adding Value! by Eileen Batson and Nancy Bolts
15 Feb 2012 What’s that about? A unique opportunity to learn what is happening in the coaching community
09 Feb 2012 Community Coaching Outreach: Meet-n-Greet
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