November 12, 2020 Newsletter

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Join us tonight for the ICF Georgia Virtual Chapter Meeting

What Makes a Coaching Program

an Award-Winning Program?

Thursday, November 12, 2020 • 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm EST

Presenters: Panel discussion with representatives from The Home Depot, The Federal Executive Board, and Georgia State University’s EMBA Program!

Join us for our November virtual chapter meeting and awards program and hear directly from our 2020 ICF GA PRISM Award for coaching excellence winners.

We will be hosting a virtual panel discussion to hear from our nominating coaches and program sponsors of our PRISM award winners – The Home Depot, The Atlanta Federal Executive Board, and Georgia State University’s EMBA Program.

Honorees will share the components and differentiators of their program, and how they measure effectiveness.

Come ask questions of the award winners, learn best practices and celebrate coaching excellence with us!

The ICF Georgia Chapter Prism Award program honors organizations that have achieved the highest standard of excellence in coaching programs that yield discernible and measurable positive impacts, fulfill rigorous professional standards, address key strategic goals, and shape organizational culture.

Mark your calendars! You will not want to miss this exciting and informative event.

ICF Georgia Government Community of Practice Lunch and Learn Forum

Thursday, November 12, 2020

11:45 am – 12:45 pm EST

This forum will feature the host’s review of ICF Georgia Government Community of Practice’s free or low-cost resources list. Attendees will be asked to discuss other coaching resources and tools they’ve found helpful when coaching government employees.

This event is free and you do not have to be a member of ICF Georgia to participate.

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.

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