April 2021 Updates & Newsletter

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No Fooling! It’s the first newsletter in April. Please let us know what you find most valuable with a quick one click vote in our poll this week (see below).

Results from March 18 Poll

Have you renewed your ICF GA membership? Yes, planning to do soon: 55.6% Not sure, how do I check: 33.3% Might not renew: 11.1%

Up Coming Events

ICF Southeast Regional April 8 Webinar: How to 100X Your Impact as a Coach April 8, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST Learn more & register here ________________ April Virtual Chapter Meeting How to Attract Coaching Clients Using LinkedIn, with Nena Abdul-Wakeel April 14, 2021 - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST CCEUs: 1.0 Core Competency Learn more & register here ________________

Government Community of Practice What You Need to Know About the Recent Changes to ICF’s Core Competencies and Code of Ethics CCEUs: 1 hour Core Competency April 15, 2021 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST Learn more & register here ________________

ICF Georgia Virtual Coach-a-latte Conversations April 21, 2021 - 8:00 am - 9:00 AM EST Learn more & register here ________________

ICF Georgia Virtual Lunch & Learn: Corporate Coaching Panel April 29, 2021 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST CCEUs: 1.0 Resource Development Learn more & register here ________________ ICF Southeast Regional May 13 Webinar Why Ethics Matter in Coaching? An update on the new ICF Code of Ethics. May 13 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST CCEUs: 1.5 Core Competency Learn more & register here

Spotlight: New Board Member

Welcome Karma Hill, MS, ACC Board Member

Karma is joining the board as Secretary. We are so excited to welcome her (and her experience) to the board of directors. Karma Hill is an ICF accredited Positive Psychology Coach and the founder of Konversations with Karma. She received her M.S. in Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology from Life University and her Integrative Wellness & Life Coaching certification from Integrative Wellness Academy. She believes well-being and success all start with prioritizing self-care. Karma’s expert skill set includes scientifically rooted approaches, effective use of her intuition, knowing the appropriate powerful questions to ask combined with the correct tools and techniques to empower clients. Karma helps women in leadership prevent burnout and emotional exhaustion by making themselves a priority so they can increase their impact in the world. Her passion and commitment are instrumental in empowering and inspiring clients to take action to elevate their lives to phenomenal heights. Karma’s belief is that you do not need permission to put yourself first.

Article: Your ICF GA Community

Karrna Hill, an ICF member, submitted this informative article. Your article can also be featured, as we are seeking additional submissions. Email: nikki@ridgelinecoaching.com.

Be Kinder to Yourself

If we were asked, most of us would consider ourselves to be compassionate people. We show empathy and understanding for other people’s pain and suffering. When possible, we even try to help alleviate the suffering. Read full article here.

n addition to our chapter page, we have a Facebook group just for ICF Georgia. We would love for you to join the group, introduce yourself (and your specialty) or start a conversation with the community. Join the group here.

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