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International Coaching Week 2019
April 29 - May 5, 2019 is International Coaching Week

Coaching wordle 400x225International Coaching Week (ICW) is an annual week long global celebration
of the coaching profession.


ICW is intended to educate the public about the value of working with a
professional coach and to acknowledge the results and progress made
through the coaching process.


During this week, coaches around the world offer a variety of activities
and pro bono services in their local communities to enable others to
Experience Coaching and its benefits firsthand.


International Coaching Week 2019: Learning Opportunities

ICF Colorado is excited to host a series of webinars enabling individuals
and organizations to Experience Coaching during International Coaching Week 2019



April 29, 2019 (Monday) at 10am MT
"Words Become Actions: Make Yours Positive!"
Sarah Roberts, ACC

Audience: Anyone who communicates

Group coaching session focusing on the power of positive words and phrases. You'll discover new insights about your language patterns.


April 29, 2019 (Monday) at Noon MT
"Couples Coaching to Enliven Your Love"
Ruth and Dr. Jim Sharon

Audience: Committed Couples who want to grow in their relationship

We will discuss various ways that we guide devoted couples to communicate powerfully and to enhance their intimacy with one another, We’ll offer examples of successful outcomes from our own coaching practice and invite them to continue the conversation with us.

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April 30, 2019 (Tuesday) at Noon MT
"You Rock!  Become the Amazing Leader Your World Needs You to Be"
Geo Roberts, PCC

Audience: Ambitious Leaders and Coaches looking to grow and stretch

We’ll look at 3 aspects of leadership that when actively pursued will dramatically shift a person’s ability to lead.


April 30, 2019 (Tuesday) at 2pm MT

"Synergy Groups: Leading with Confidence and Humility"
Michelle Sugerman, PCC

Audience: Christian coaches;Christian leaders and executives 

The brilliant, talented, and driven can lead from their own capacity, but this creates ineffective, fragile, or arrogant leadership. Synergy Groups focus on Christ’s example of powerful confidence and humble heart. This is an opportunity for coaches to add a new tool to their toolkit or discover a great way to fellowship with other believers.


April 30, 2019 (Tuesday) at 4pm MT
"The Neuoscience of Conversation"
Chris Coward, PCC

Audience: Leaders, Small Business Owners

In .07 seconds we know whether the person we are talking with makes us feel good or bad and there are ways that we can change our conversations to create more collaboration, mutual understanding, and creativity. As a result, we can increase our positive influence, improve relationships and overall improve our overall leadership. This interactive webinar will teach participants some concepts of neuroscience and practical applications to everyday conversations.

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May 1, 2019 (Wednesday) at Noon MT
"Elite Teams and the Keys to Effective Communication"
Emma Doyle

Audience: Team Leaders, Coaches, Managers

In one to a maximum of 3 words, what makes a great coach? According to some of the best coaches in the world - someone who "listens." When we begin from a place of actively listening (follow first), then we can coach more effectively. In this webinar, Emma Doyle will bring to life the lessons learned from her background in working with elite teams. She will share success stories about how values drive behavior and offer 3 keys to effective communication. Ultimately, you will walk away with some practical coaching strategies that you will help you to unlock your inner coach.


May 1, 2019 (Wednesday) at 2pm MT
"A Mind, Body and Spirit Approach to Food Cravings, Uncontrollable Hunger and Weight Loss Resistance"
Cyndi Stewart

Audience: Anyone struggling with Food Cravings, Uncontrollable Hunger and Weight Loss Resistance and/or Health Coaches interested in learning the Root Causes to this

Uncover the root causes of Food Cravings, Uncontrollable Hunger and Weight Loss Resistance with a model of food, function, thoughts and fulfillment. This approach dives into the 4 fold approach of right food for the right fit, resolving imbalanced body functions and identifying the unfinished business that holds us back from transformation.

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May 2, 2019 (Thursday) at 10am MT
"The Mastery of Being Influential"
Jacquie Fedo, PCC

Audience: Organizational leaders from emerging to executive

What is the difference between having influence and being influential? The former gets results based on position, authority or power. The latter generates innovation, engagement and loyalty through inspiring and empowering others. Developing your influence starts with acknowledging this difference and creating awareness around where you are today. Knowing everything about your potential to influence, opens doors for you as a leader and generates great benefits for the people and organization you lead. Build your influence potential to become an Influential Leader.


May 2, 2019 (Thursday) at Noon MT
"The CHRIST Coaching Model"
Walt Hastings, MCC

Audience: Christian coaches; Christian leaders and executives 

Explanation of a new coaching model based on my book.

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May 3, 2019 (Friday) at 10am MT
"Decipher Your Culture, Own Your Values—
An Experiential Approach to Re-Engage and Re-Energize Your Team"
Julia Zhu Meade, PCC

Audience: Mid level and upper management and leadership coaches

This webinar introduces Edgar Schein's organizational culture model (tacit assumptions-espoused values-artifacts), and walks the participants through the process of discovering hidden assumptions operating beneath an organization. Participants will have the opportunity to go through an exercise and gain new insights into a business problem that they have already identified in a given organization.


May 3, 2019 (Friday) at Noon MT
"Is Your Business on a Mission?"
Carl Dierschow

Audience: Business Owners and Senior Leaders non-profit and for-profit

Does your business success stop at just making a living? Profit is necessary, yes, because otherwise you won’t be able to sustain the company for long. But the organizations which are most enduring and impactful – and profitable – are those which rally around a powerful purpose and meaningful values. You can nurture highly committed leaders and employees, and attract the perfect customers who will become loyal and supportive. I’ll show you how to bring this to life in your own organization.