March 2021 Updates and Newsletter

March 18 --

Don't forget membership renewals are coming up! Please let us know what you find most valuable with a quick one click vote in our poll this week (see below).

ICF GA Coach-a-Latte Conversations

March 18 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

Learn more & register here


ICF Southeast Regional April 8 Webinar: How to 100X Your Impact as a Coach

April 8 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST

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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

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ICF Georgia Virtual Lunch & Learn: Corporate Coaching Panel

April 29, 2021 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

CCEUs: 1.0 Resource Development

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ICF GA Coach-a-Latte Conversations

April 21 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

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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

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Article: Your ICF GA Community

Maureen Sweatman, an ICF member, submitted this informative article. Your article can also be featured, as we are seeking additional submissions. Email

How to Grow Your Choice Muscles and Choose Joy Today.

How are you feeling right now? Yes, you! Stop and check in with yourself in this moment if you can’t answer that question. Lots of my clients and friends are feeling BIG and difficult emotions right now. It’s hard not to in the current climate. As someone who has felt big emotions my whole life, I have some good news to share. Read full article here.

Spotlight: Government Community of Practice

Best Practices for Government Sponsored Peer to Peer Coaching Programs This will be a facilitated question and answer session based upon the participants own experiences with peer-to-peer coaching programs.

As coaching programs continue to expand across all federal agencies, the opportunities for federal employees to coach other federal employees is expanding in exciting new ways. Peer coaching is an excellent way to build coaching hours for ICF certification! This lunch and learn forum will focus on the many different types of peer-to-peer coaching options and also explore the peer coaching experiences of each participant. If you want to learn more about peer-to-peer coaching, then join us for our March ICF Georgia Government Community of Practice Lunch and Learn forum!

Hosted by Bob Weinkle, former Federal Employee and Federal Coaching Network (FCN) Coach; ICF Georgia’s Board of Directors member/Director of Communities of Practice; Owner of Trifecta Coaching and Leadership Consulting.

Register for Lunch & Learn

The ICF Georgia Chapter Government Coaching Community of Practice (CP) supports coaching in the government sector by providing targeted resources, professional development, and networking opportunities for internal and external coaches, and others who are interested in government coaching. The CP is open to all levels of government (internal and external coaches) at the federal, state, and local levels. The ICF Georgia Government Community of Practice is led by a steering committee of trained coaches who similarly serve in federal, state, or local governments in GA. Non-federal coaches and others who are interested in supporting government coaching are invited to participate. NEW FOR 2021 CCEUs: 1.0 Resource Development Pricing: There is no charge to participate in this virtual Lunch and Learn. RSVP Process: Registration is now open. Online registration will end at 11:00 am, Thursday, March 18, 2021. Important Note: The login instructions for the Zoom webinar will be included in the event confirmation email that you'll receive from 123Signup, after completing your event registration. Questions? For more information about monthly webinars/conference calls or to be added to the ICF Georgia Government CP distribution list, email to or Bob Weinkle at

Results from March 4 Poll

How comfortable would you be attending a socially distanced, in-person, chapter meeting in 2021? Yes: 37.5% Nope, not ready for that yet: 37.5% Maybe: 25%

In 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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