Upcoming events

    • 21 Jul 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Zoom Webinar
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    Join us at our next VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations!

    We are excited to offer this relaxed, friendly and informal way for you to VIRTUALLY meet and network with other coaches and build a coaching industry community in Georgia. 

    Following brief introductions, we together become thinking partners as we explore various rewards and challenges of being a coach.

    Event Pricing:

    FREE - There is NO fee to participate in this Zoom meeting, and this invitation is open to both ICF-Georgia members and non-members/guests.

    RSVP Process:

    Online event registration will remain open until COB the day prior to the event. The login instructions for the Zoom webinar will be included in the event confirmation email that you'll receive from Wild Apricot after completing your registration.


    • 11 Aug 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Zoom Webinar
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    Join us for the next session of the ICF 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Our Inner World: Coaching in the Presence of Trauma featuring Brad Hardie, PCC and presented by the ICF Charlotte Area Chapter!

    Event Description:

    Coaching in these uncertain times which can leave us feeling lost as if we have been set adrift on an ocean of uncertainty. We are challenged locally, nationally, and globally, we are witnessing varying levels of trauma. We are witnessing the world in a way that we have never experienced before.

    As coaches, we have an opportunity to contribute larger than ever before and learn more about working within a trauma informed lens. How do we continue to coach in service of our clients while they feel capsized under strain? Where do we find the resilience to be adaptive to uncertainty? What will we need to hold our clients capable? Let us explore the tools that we currently have and look at what else may be needed to assist in this current time in history as we coach clients to clarity and strength.

    Learning Objectives:  

    Session participants will be able:

    1) To understand what Trauma Informed Coaching is

    2) To categorize the three types of Traumas

    3) To identify the parts of the Trauma Brain

    4) To identify what causes trauma

    Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEU):  1.0 Core Competency and 0.5 Resource Development

    Featured Speaker:

    Brad Hardie, PCC
    Co-PrincipalMoving the Human Spirit
    Informative Speaker, Certified Trauma Informed Coach. Expert in Trauma, Behavioral Management, and Human Development. 

    Brad is one of the best Mentors and Life Coaches due to his intuitive talent to connect deeply with anyone in a matter of minutes. He guides his clients with an interactive process of exploring thoughts, feelings, and behavior for problem-solving and achieving higher levels of functioning. He uses structural influence to achieve the best result scenarios for growth and advancement, increasing the individual's sense of well-being.

    Brad employs various techniques based on experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication, and behavioral change designed to improve client mental health and group relationships (corporation or family). Brad continues to contribute to the well-being and self-improvement of numerous individuals.

    About the Series:

    The ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series is a collaboration between the 15 chapters in the Southeast Region and occurs 9 times out of the year. The purpose of this professional development series is to offer continued learning opportunities by established industry experts, which may not be otherwise available to speak to a smaller audience.

    Participants will have an opportunity to interact online with other coaches in the ICF Southeast Region and globally, and engage in high quality professional development while earning CCEUs. We're excited to have you join us in these webinars!

    Event Pricing

    $10 - ICF Global Member
    $20 - NOT an ICF Global Member

    RSVP Process

    *IMPORTANT* There is a TWO-STEP registration process to sign up for this webinar.

    Step 1:  You must pre-register and pay by credit card for this event via the ICF Georgia chapter website. After your payment is processed, you'll receive an email confirmation message that will include a second registration link to register for the Zoom webinar.  To receive the webinar login instructions, Step 2 MUST be completed.  

    Step 2:  In the event confirmation email, there will be a SECOND link that you must complete to register for the ZOOM webinar through ICF-Global. There will be a field for you to designate the ICF-Georgia chapter. The webinar login instructions will be emailed to you after completing your second registration via ZOOM.
    • 18 Aug 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Zoom Webinar
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    Join us at our next VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations!

    We are excited to offer this relaxed, friendly and informal way for you to VIRTUALLY meet and network with other coaches and build a coaching industry community in Georgia. 

    Following brief introductions, we together become thinking partners as we explore various rewards and challenges of being a coach.

    Event Pricing:

    FREE - There is NO fee to participate in this Zoom meeting, and this invitation is open to both ICF-Georgia members and non-members/guests.

    RSVP Process:

    Online event registration will remain open until COB the day prior to the event. The login instructions for the Zoom webinar will be included in the event confirmation email that you'll receive from Wild Apricot after completing your registration.


    • 25 Aug 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Zoom Webinar
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    Join us at our next ICF-GA Leadership Community of Practice meeting:  Grief Recovery as Self Care and Professional Development for Coaches featuring speaker Jinnie Lee Schmid, ACC.

    Event Description:

    Coaches, like the leaders they support, cannot perform at their best if they are weighed down by unresolved grief. Similarly, we cannot serve our clients if we do not appreciate why and how grief is impacting their experiences at work and at home. This session offers an opportunity to explore how grief may be impacting your practice and introduce a tool you can use to better equip yourself to coach in today's grief-saturated world. 

    Key Takeaways: 

    • Fresh, helpful definitions of grief (and distinctions from other issues) 
    • Three ways grief destroys performance (in coaches and clients) 
    • How grief recovery equips you to be a better coach (mapping back to the ICF competencies) 

    Relevant ICF Competencies:

    • Demonstrates Ethical Practice 
    • Embodies a Coaching Mindset 
    • Cultivates Trust and Safety
    • Maintains Presence

    Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEU):  0.75 Core Competencies and 0.75 Resource Development

    Featured Speaker:

    Jinnie Lee Schmid, ACC
    Founder, President, and Grief & Growth Coach for Women Leaders, Change Navigators LLC

    Jinnie has experienced about as much change, loss, and grief as anyone can imagine, most of it by the time she graduated college.  But she perfected "Academy Award Recovery" at an early age and powered her way through a long, successful career as a corporate consultant and entrepreneur.

    After the most important person in her life died, she struggled through nine months of debilitating grief that threatened her business and her marriage. Then she finally discovered The Grief Recovery Method – and her purpose and calling became clear.

    Now she coaches high-performing women leaders who have too much at stake to stay stuck, helping them to recover from their past, release their grief, and reclaim their freedom to thrive!

    Jinnie is an ICF Associate Certified Coach, Advanced Grief Recovery Method Specialist, Grief & End of Life Coach, and Certified Virtual Facilitator. She lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband (same one!) and a revolving menagerie of rescue cats and dogs.

    About the Leadership Community of Practice:

    Mark your calendars for the final 2022 Leadership CP meeting on 10/27.

    The Leadership Community of Practice (CP) supports coaching in the leadership sector by providing targeted resources, professional development and networking opportunities for internal and external coaches and others interested in leadership coaching.  

    The Leadership CP is open to all coaches interested in coaching leaders at executive, mid-level, and emerging leader levels. Also open to coaches interested in growing their leadership skills as leaders within an organization and/or running their coaching business. 

    For more information or to be added to the ICF Georgia Leadership CP distribution list, send an email to info@icfgeorgia.org

    Event Pricing:

     FREE - There is NO charge to participate in this virtual event.

    RSVP Process:

    Registration is now open. Online registration will end at NOON on Wednesday, August 24, 2022 After you complete the registration process, you'll receive an email confirmation from the Wild Apricot system with the login instructions for the Zoom webinar.

    Questions?

    For more information about the monthly webinars and to be added to the ICF Leadership CP distribution list, send an email to info@icfgeorgia.org

    • 14 Sep 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Zoom Webinar
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    Join us at The Big ICF Georgia September 2022 VIRTUAL Meeting: "Team Coaching 101" featuring Ruqaya Ibrahim, ACC & Salma Zarroug, CPCC, ACC.

    Event Description:

    The session will include team coaching definition, an introduction to team coaching frameworks, tools, practices, and resources. The session will provide you with a basic understanding of team coaching, tools, and practices. As a participant, you will get the opportunity to practice some of the basic tools that will deepen your learning.

    Learning Outcomes:

    1.  Learn the definition team coaching 
    2.  Learn about different Team coaching models (frameworks)
    3.  Learn about team coaching tools

    Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEU):  1.0 Core Competency and 0.5 Resource Development hours

    Featured Speakers:

    Ruqaya Ibrahim, ACC is a Columbia University-trained Leadership Coach that enjoys working with individuals and teams who are longing to get unstuck and create extraordinary results.

    She brings a global perspective, including four years of experience as an architect in the Middle East, before transitioning her career to Social-Organizational Psychology.

    As a certified coach and an Organizational Psychologist, she has a deep understanding of many challenges in organizational settings. Ruqaya loves shifting paradigms, showing people what’s possible for them when they choose to let go of their limiting beliefs and step into their vision with confidence.

    Ruqaya holds a Master’s Degree in Social-Organizational Psychology from the Teacher’s College of Columbia University in New York. She is certified by the International Coaching Federation (ACC) and the Team Diagnostic Survey (TDS)’s Six Conditions Framework for Team. She speaks Arabic, English and basic French. 

    Salma Zarroug, CPCC, ACC is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), an Associate Certified Coach (ACC), a Human Resource Professional and a published author. She collaborates with organizations on areas related to talent acquisition and development, utilizing targeted HR solutions and strategies. As a coach, she supports professionals and aspiring leaders tap into their inner powers and form new life visions and career goals.

    Salma has her MSc in Human Resources Management and Development. Her research on women’s career advancement and the glass ceiling ignited her passion to support women realize their full potential. She co-authored two books “Women Who Inspire” & “She Dares”, illustrating powerful stories from inspiring women overcoming obstacles and leading change in the world. She is certified in the Team Diagnostic Survey (TDS)’s Six Conditions Framework for Team Effectiveness. Salma lives in the UAE and UK and she speaks English and Arabic fluently.

    Event Pricing:

     $15 - ICF-GA Chapter Members
     $15 - ICF-GA Affiliate Members
     $15 - Strategic Partner Rate
     $20 - Non-Members and Guests
      $5 - Student Chapter Members 

    RSVP Process:

    Registration is now open. Online registration will end at COB on Tuesday, September 13, 2022 After you complete the registration process, you'll receive an email confirmation from the Wild Apricot system that includes the login instructions for the Zoom webinar. 

    • 15 Sep 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Zoom Webinar
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    Join us at our next VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations!

    We are excited to offer this relaxed, friendly and informal way for you to VIRTUALLY meet and network with other coaches and build a coaching industry community in Georgia. 

    Following brief introductions, we together become thinking partners as we explore various rewards and challenges of being a coach.

    Event Pricing:

    FREE - There is NO fee to participate in this Zoom meeting, and this invitation is open to both ICF-Georgia members and non-members/guests.

    RSVP Process:

    Online event registration will remain open until COB the day prior to the event. The login instructions for the Zoom webinar will be included in the event confirmation email that you'll receive from Wild Apricot after completing your registration.


    • 20 Oct 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Join us at our next VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations!

    We are excited to offer this relaxed, friendly and informal way for you to VIRTUALLY meet and network with other coaches and build a coaching industry community in Georgia. 

    Following brief introductions, we together become thinking partners as we explore various rewards and challenges of being a coach.

    Event Pricing:

    FREE - There is NO fee to participate in this Zoom meeting, and this invitation is open to both ICF-Georgia members and non-members/guests.

    RSVP Process:

    Online event registration will remain open until COB the day prior to the event. The login instructions for the Zoom webinar will be included in the event confirmation email that you'll receive from Wild Apricot after completing your registration.


    • 17 Nov 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Join us at our next VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations!

    We are excited to offer this relaxed, friendly and informal way for you to VIRTUALLY meet and network with other coaches and build a coaching industry community in Georgia. 

    Following brief introductions, we together become thinking partners as we explore various rewards and challenges of being a coach.

    Event Pricing:

    FREE - There is NO fee to participate in this Zoom meeting, and this invitation is open to both ICF-Georgia members and non-members/guests.

    RSVP Process:

    Online event registration will remain open until COB the day prior to the event. The login instructions for the Zoom webinar will be included in the event confirmation email that you'll receive from Wild Apricot after completing your registration.


Past events

16 Jun 2022 ICF-GA June 16th VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations
8 Jun 2022 ICF-GA June 8th VIRTUAL Chapter Meeting: Get Known Everywhere, Using Publicity: For Coaches
31 May 2022 ICF-GA May 31st VIRTUAL Meeting: The 3-Minute Difference - Getting Your Clients Better, Faster, and Longer-Lasting Results
20 May 2022 ICF-GA May 20th Networking Social at Tin Lizzy's Cantina
19 May 2022 ICF-GA May 19th Lunch and Learn: Government Community of Practice
19 May 2022 ICF-GA May 19th Leadership Community of Practice Meeting with Reiner Lomb, PCC
19 May 2022 ICF-GA May 19th VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations
11 May 2022 ICF-GA May 11th VIRTUAL Chapter Meeting: How to Design a Group Coaching Program
21 Apr 2022 ICF-GA April 21st VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations
14 Apr 2022 ICF Southeast Regional April 14th Webinar: Three Keys to Negotiating Success
13 Apr 2022 ICF-GA April 13th VIRTUAL Chapter Meeting: How to Shift the Focus to Coaching the Person, Not Their Problem
31 Mar 2022 ICF-GA March 31st Leadership Community of Practice Meeting with Juli Shulem
17 Mar 2022 ICF-GA March 17th Lunch and Learn: Government Community of Practice
17 Mar 2022 ICF-GA March 17th VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations
10 Mar 2022 ICF Southeast Regional March 10th Webinar: Fun with Coaching "Stuck"
9 Mar 2022 ICF-GA March 9th VIRTUAL Chapter Meeting: Power of Pause
17 Feb 2022 ICF-GA February 17th VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations
10 Feb 2022 ICF Southeast Regional February 10th Webinar: From Expression to Impact: The Uses of Arts-Based Experiential Learning in Leadership and Personal Coaching
9 Feb 2022 ICF-GA February 9th VIRTUAL Chapter Meeting: Preparing for Tax Season
27 Jan 2022 ICF-GA January 27th Leadership Community of Practice Meeting with Jane Bishop
20 Jan 2022 ICF-GA January 20th VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations
13 Jan 2022 ICF Southeast Regional January 13th Webinar: Speak Up and Influence: Stand Out as a Trusted Thought Leader
12 Jan 2022 ICF-GA January 12th VIRTUAL Chapter Meeting: The Power of Listening
8 Dec 2021 ICF-GA December 8th VIRTUAL Holiday Fun
18 Nov 2021 ICF-GA November 18th Lunch and Learn: Government Community of Practice
17 Nov 2021 ICF-GA November 17th VIRTUAL Coach-a-Latte Conversations
11 Nov 2021 ICF Southeast Regional November 11th Webinar: Assessments: What Coaches Need to Know
10 Nov 2021 ICF-GA November 10th VIRTUAL Chapter Meeting: HIGH TECH & HIGH TOUCH ONLINE INFLUENCE SECRETS

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