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ICF San Antonio offers a variety of events to help connect coaches connect and expand their network. Check below to learn more about the types of events we offer. If you plan on registering for one of our events, we will be taking photos and videos so we encourage you to fill out our Media Consent Form below.

Upcoming events

    • September 28, 2021
    • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM

    CCEUs: 1.0 Resource Development


    It is the age old question for coaches “should I niche or not?. “ Although there are examples of successful coaches who don’t have a clearly defined market niche when we look at the thriving coaches that are MOST successful, they almost always have a clear Niche and Ideal Client within that Niche. More importantly, by narrowing our focus, we can have an even deeper impact on our clients and create greater transformation in the world, which in turn makes you much more referable. In today’s ever changing environment, being niche focused will help deepen your client experience and demonstrate that coaching is an essential ingredient in their success (not a “nice to have”). This presentation will help demystify the concept of Niche and help overcome common misconceptions that hold coaches back from taking the deep dive into a niched coaching practice.

    In this presentation you will learn:

    • The three aspects of a true Niche (because only a true Niche adds significant value to you and your clients)
    • How choosing a true Niche can elevate your coaching value proposition and be seen as “essential” to your Ideal Client.
    • The common misconceptions about Niche and what’s really true
    • The benefits to you AND your clients to choosing a niche
    • How to begin your exploration of potential niches so you choose a niche where you AND your potential client are “leaning in”
    • How to establish credibility in your market niche

    Whether you are currently niche-less or have already put a stake in the ground around your niche, this presentation will help you refine your ideal client and your process to attract more prospective clients and make a deeper impact with the clients who hire you.

    CCEUs: 1 Resource Development

    Speaker Bio:

    Tara Butler Floch, PCC, CPCC

    Since 2000 Tara’s passion for helping entrepreneurs has empowered hundreds of coaches to create and up-level sustainable, profitable and joyous businesses.

    For the first 10 years of her coaching practice, Tara worked primarily with Executives, helping them and their teams perform together at the highest level. After helping so many of her Executive clients leave their jobs to start their own successful coaching & consulting practices, Tara realized she loved helping experts sprout their entrepreneurial wings. So many great practitioners simply don’t know how to translate their successful craft into a successful business. She now focuses on established, experienced coaches and “coach-sultants” who are ready to uplevel and scale their income without working so damn hard. She loves that by working with professional coaches, she gets to exponentially widen her ripple effect of change in the world.

    Tara was first introduced to coaching in 1995 after rising into an executive role at PhotoDisc where she ran their worldwide Sales & Service organization for 4 years. When she was awarded the promotion, she didn’t feel “ready” and feared the impact of being promoted over her peers and leading a combined team of 80 people at the tender age of 26. She initially struggled until she hired a coach to help her navigate the new and tricky waters. She found that it significantly impacted her ability to lead her team effectively, foster her personal and professional relationships, and, most importantly, feel confident that she was the right person for the role. She became hooked on coaching and has had a coach herself ever since. It was a major step in what has unfolded into a life-long pursuit of learning and growth. After PhotoDisc merged with Getty Images, bringing the company Public, Tara went on to have several Executive Roles there and at Who’s Calling before realizing she wanted to merge her passion for business with her love of personal development by starting Broadview Coaching. She thrives on helping others overcome obstacles and realize their highest potential. It drew her to become a Board Member of The Excellence Foundation, a non-profit organization that offers personal development programs, and later became their Executive Director for over a year.

    Tara is a Certified Professional Co-active Coach (CPCC) through The Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation. She is also a graduate of the CTI Coaching Program and CTI year long Leadership Program and assisted the Leadership Program twice with the founders of CTI. She was certified in the Archetype Alignment Grid in 2015. Tara has a B.A. from Kenyon College and a certification in Business from University of Washington. She is also a contributor to the book “Fresh Start Moments” with best selling author, Bob Danzig.

    In the past several years, Tara has chosen to work with only 14 clients at a time and less than 20 hours a week so she can spend more of her time with her son, Connor, who chose to come into the world unexpectedly and delightfully when Tara (and her husband Eric) was 46 years old. They spend hours in the garden every day on their 3 acre property in Sebastopol, CA, with their hands in the dirt, gathering eggs from their chickens, picking yet another zucchini, and catching frogs in their pond.


    • September 29, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online via Zoom

    ICF San Antonio members who have volunteered for the DRVE Pro-Bono Coaching program are invited to attend an open forum conversation to discuss the successes and challenges as well as strategies to grow the program and ensure the success of trainees. 

    Date: Wednesday, September 29

    Time: 12:00 to 1:00 PM

    This event is free of charge.

    • October 06, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM

    Join ICF San Antonio Board Members for a welcome and orientation session for new and prospective members.

    In this session we will highlight:
    - The chapter's vision
    - Opportunities to grow your coaching skills
    - Ways to participate in upcoming events and serve the greater San Antonio community
    - Member benefits

    Time: 6:00 to 6:45 PM

    We look forward to seeing you!

    • October 07, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    CCEUs:  1 Resource Development; 0.5 Core Competency


    Wish you were better at closing sales?

    Wish you could get more comfortable selling yourself?

    Frustrated because you haven’t found a way to do that without sounding too slick and salesy?

    Denise is an expert in sales and marketing. She can teach you how to sell by being your most authentic self … by focusing on service. When you use the core competencies during the sales process, you will come from a place of integrity, genuine caring, and a deep desire to serve people and you’re automatically more attractive to potential clients.

    In this presentation, you will learn to:

    • Talk with potential clients and customers in a way that’s comfortable, authentic, and has their best interests at heart.
    • Ask for the business in a straightforward and non-threatening way … a way that potential clients welcome.
    • Coach potential clients through any concerns or objections they may have. This isn’t about overcoming objections.
    • Close more sales and get comfortable with the process!

    Speaker Details:

    Denise Hedges is a business development coach and speaker coach with over 30 years experience in sales and marketing. Denise has helped thousands of women business owners, nationally and internationally, move past any uncertainty or fear they have about sales and marketing, so they can attract more clients and make more money! She specializes in helping them grow their businesses using the strategy of speaking.

    Denise is a Professional Certified Coach and a member of the Coach University Faculty, training personal and business coaches all over the world.

    Check out her website at:

    • October 14, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM


    While most coaches believe that emotions are important in coaching, they often lack a simple, practical way to bring them into their client conversations. This concise session will introduce you to a new interpretation of emotions, a simple method for understanding their meaning and purpose, and practical ways to integrate them into your coaching. Your comfort with emotions will increase which will allow you to easily and organically use them as a coaching tool. You will find that working with emotions directly can deepen and shorten your coaching and often produces more sustained results.

    Learning objectives:

    1. A new, practical interpretation of emotions that allows you to easily see the logic of emotions and leverage them as a coaching tool

    2. How to reframe emotions as an ally rather than an adversary and how they can be trusted to support and guide you

    3. Dan’s Emotions-Centered Coaching model and a live demonstration showing how it is used

    The following ICF Competencies will be covered:

    · Active listening

    · Powerful questioning

    · Creating awareness

    Presenter Bio:

    Dan is a champion for Emotional Literacy, and works with leaders, educators, and coaches worldwide. His passion is helping emotional literacy become common sense and emotions a tool for daily use.

    He has authored four books on emotional literacy and its application to coaching. He regularly leads his course Emotions-Centered Coaching for coaches and “people who support people” including leaders, therapists, educators, faith leaders, and parents.

    He has worked with leaders in the U.S., Germany, Italy, El Salvador, Mexico, Slovakia, UK, Singapore and Canada. He often combines individual and group work and is the originator of Emotions-Centered Coaching.

    Dan also created The School of Emotions with Lucy Núñez (business partner and wife) to offer learning and resources to anyone interested in developing their emotional literacy. Dan believes all humans have an innate capacity for emotional learning. School of Emotions offers books, games, webinars, and courses suitable for beginner or advanced learners. Coaches, leaders, educators, safety professionals, or individuals wanting to grow in their ability to understand, articulate, and use emotions as a tool will find what they need. If it doesn’t already exist, Dan and Lucy will collaborate on its creation. For coaches, you’ll find courses and certifications in Emotions-Centered Coaching and for leaders, you’ll find coaching and mentoring focused on emotions as a leadership competence. Learn more and read his blog here.

    After you register through ICF San Antonio, check your confirmation email to complete the registration process and obtain the Zoom link.

    • October 21, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Online via Zoom

    CCEUs: 1.0 Core Competency, 0.5 Resource Development


    “Communicating Effectively” is an ICF core competency which “focuses on what the client is and is not saying to fully understand what is being communicated in the context of the client systems and to support client self-expression.” Coaches use active listening to explore the meaning of a client’s words with the underlying premise that we are not assuming what is behind the word, phrase, or metaphor. By doing this effectively, we facilitate a client’s new insight. 

    In this session, participants learn verbal stretching, a tool used in the work of Verbal Aikido. Verbal Aikido is a non-violent approach to de-escalating verbal attacks. Two key elements to verbal stretching are centered expression and enhanced neutral listening. By facilitating a verbal stretching exercise, the coach supports the client explore the meaning of their words eliciting deeper insights.

    In this session, participants will be able to:

    1) Define centered expression and enhanced listening
    2) Practice a verbal stretching format
    3) Reflect on where they lost neutrality or centeredness

    Speaker Bio:

    Patricia’s 27 years of full-time experience working as an organizational development, change management, and conflict resolution specialist providing conflict analysis and assessment followed by interventions including executive coaching specializing in conflict coaching and abrasive behavior coaching for leaders, managers and supervisors; team facilitated dialogues, EEO and ADAA mediations, as well as training and education. Patricia has worked extensively with federal government agencies, their leaders and staff including the Department of Interior (DOI), Department of Homeland Security – Transportation Security Administration (TSA), NASA Space Centers, Departments of Defense (Air Force, Navy/Marine, Army), Department of Veteran’s Administration, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as well as large family businesses, higher education, state agencies and mid to large size companies including H-E-B Talent and Leadership Development teams.

    Conflict management coaching and abrasive behavior coaching expertise with an emphasis in working with C-Suite and Senior Executive Service (SES) leaders, upper and mid-level managers and front-line supervisors

    Extensive conflict resolution and supervisory skills training experience including the design and delivery of multi-day programs addressing a variety of topics including basic and advanced mediation, group and team dynamics, conflict management and communication, conflict competency, interest-based problem-solving, conflict coaching, change management, etc. Designed, delivered and lead train-the-trainer programs for federal agencies.

    Extensive mediation and facilitated dialogue experience using facilitative and transformative mediation techniques on hundreds of cases to include EEO and ADAA, and complex and explosive workplace issues. Certified facilitator with United Nations and Soliya facilitating cross-cultural dialogues between Western and Muslim societies.

    Extensive team facilitation experience including the design and delivery of processes used in work groups, teams and departments addressing work climate and organizational change.

    • October 26, 2021
    • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM

    CCEUs: 1 Resource Development


    During this session, attendees will be introduced to the three A's that are supportive of an LGBTQ client. 1. Acknowledge Them as an Individual. 2. Accept Them for Who They are and 3. Affirm Them with Support 


    1. Cultivate Empathy for an LGBTQ Client

    2. Develop Understanding for an LGBTQ client. 

    3. Make a Difference in the Life of an LGBTQ client.

    Speaker Bio:

    Phil began his corporate career in 1982 when he accepted his first job with The Prudential. Within a few months of starting his new job, he came out as a gay man to his colleagues and managers. While he expected to be terminated for coming out, he went on to work for The Prudential for 18 years as an openly gay man.

    Phil's sexual orientation was not a hindrance to his achieving numerous advancements in his career that included being promoted from a front-line employee to a manager during his tenure.

    Phil was among the first to come out and stay out in his career at a time when it had the potential for ending a career. As a result of being aware of the risks associated with being out, he became a vocal ally and advocate for other members of the LGBTQ community and other minorities.

    Phil developed his leadership style while working for many prominent Fortune 500 companies and through the lens of being a white gay male in organizations that were populated heavily with women and minorities. He understands the value of his experiences and perspectives and openly shares them in support of others.

    Phil is passionate about leadership and culture. During his corporate career, he served as a change agent bringing about the significant transformations that supported others in achieving their career goals.

    Phil has the skills, knowledge, and attributes to encourage engagement, effectiveness, and efficiencies with his clients and their organizations. He relies extensively on his nearly 40 years of experience to support others as they pursue their career development goals.

    • November 03, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

    Join ICF San Antonio Board Members to a welcome and orientation session for new and prospective members.

    In this session we will highlight
    - The chapter's vision
    - Opportunities to grow your coaching skills
    - Ways to participate in upcoming events and serve the greater San Antonio community
    - Member benefits

    Time: 6:00 to 6:45 PM

    We look forward to seeing you!

    • November 04, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    CCEUs: 1 Core Competency, 0.5 Resource Development


    This presentation will be an exploration of leveraging spirituality within the context of coaching. Participants will consider how spirituality can be a tool for both coach and client to minimize resistance and build resilience that may arise in the coaching relationship. To explore this topic, there will be small breakout group and large group interaction that will include discussion and experiential exercises. The ideal participant will come with a sense of curiosity about spirituality and an eagerness to exchange ideas and experiences that encourages the weaving of spiritual practices into coaching.

    ICF Core Competency Focus:

    • Embodies a Coaching Mindset

    • Cultivates & Safety

    • Maintains Presence

    • Listens Actively

    • Evokes Awareness


    1. Identify benefits for coach, client and the coaching relationship

    2. Knowledge on how spirituality connects with the ICF Core Competencies

    3. Tools to enable connection to Spirit within the coaching context

    Speaker Bio:

    Maureen Purcell, M.A.O.D, P.C.C

    Maureen Purcell is a career/life coach who partners with people seeking more from their life and work. Her coaching practice primarily supports individuals who seek more from their world of work such as balance, fulfillment and growth. Clients usually discover it is by making changes within themselves to clear the way to meaningful experiences at work.

    Ms. Purcell is a PCC credentialed ICF coach who brings whole-heartedness and presence to the coaching space for her clients to do their work. Her signature strength is using her intuition and tapping into the intuition of her clients to guide them to new possibilities in their journey.

    Maureen extends her coaching passion by teaching ICF sanctioned Executive Coaching classes. Outside the classroom, she offers mentor coaching to those coaches who are expanding their coaching practices and fulfilling any ICF credentialing needs they may have. She finds it is the coaching process and skills that bring out the best in her coach-clients.

Past events

September 17, 2021 LEADER-COACH: The Re-Imagined Leader (ACMP Texas 2021 Conference)
September 09, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar - Body, Brain, and Behavior: The Neurobiology of Experiential Coaching
September 01, 2021 September Membership Orientation
August 24, 2021 Coach Connect: How to Beat Burnout for Yourself, Your Family, and Your Team
August 12, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar Series - Mini Habits: A Small Tool For Big Success
August 05, 2021 Coaching Excellence Series: Discover Your Leadership Voice
August 04, 2021 August Membership Orientation
July 27, 2021 Coach Connect - A Conversation About Workplace Bullying and Toxic Environments (REBROADCAST)
July 07, 2021 July Membership Orientation
June 10, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar Series: The Neuroscience of the ICF Coaching Competencies
June 03, 2021 Coaching Excellence: The Six Figure Coach: The Fast Path to More Clients, Profit and Impact
June 02, 2021 June Membership Orientation
May 20, 2021 In-Person Social Event at BIG'Z BURGER JOINT (ICW 2021)
May 20, 2021 Conversations That Create and Sustain Change (ICW 2021)
May 18, 2021 From Reality to Possibility: How Coaches and Organizations Reconcile with Reality And Create What's Next (ICW 2021)
May 17, 2021 Coaching as a Meaningful Profession in the Digital Age: An International Perspective (ICW 2021)
May 13, 2021 D.R.I.V.E. Transition Pro-Bono Coaching ORIENTATION (ICW 2021)
May 13, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Why Ethics Matter in Coaching? An Update on the new ICF Code of Ethics
May 11, 2021 Coach Connect: Trauma-Informed Coaching
May 05, 2021 May Membership Orientation
April 20, 2021 Coach Connect: Blue Health Coaching™: A Toe in the Water
April 08, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar Series: How to 100x Your Impact As a Coach
April 07, 2021 April Membership Orientation
April 01, 2021 Coaching Excellence: The Secret Ingredient for Diverse Clients' Career Success
March 23, 2021 Coach Connect: A Conversation on Workplace Bullying and Toxic Environments
March 11, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar Series: When Clients Attack - How to Maintain a Coaching Mindset in the Presence of Fear
March 10, 2021 Re-Scheduled Event to March 10th, 2021 - ACMP ICF Texas Series: 101 Coaching and Change Management
March 04, 2021 Coaching Excellence: The 7 Habits of Highly Ethical Coaches
March 03, 2021 March Membership Orientation
February 28, 2021 ICF San Antonio Board Nominations
February 28, 2021 ICF San Antonio Board Elections
February 23, 2021 Coach Connect: Health and Nature - Why Spending Time Outside May Be Good For You
February 11, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar Series: "See" What I Mean? Using Visual Tools to Add a New Dimension to Coaching Conversations
February 10, 2021 Coach to Creator: Tips, Tools and Strategies to Launch and Leverage Your Coaching Business
February 04, 2021 Coaching Excellence: Coaching Super-Vision as a Reflective Practice
February 03, 2021 February Membership Orientation
January 27, 2021 Coach Connect: Building the Coaching Bench for Change Management
January 27, 2021 Mastering The Fundamentals of a Successful Coaching Business (LIVE REPLAY)
January 19, 2021 Coaching Excellence: How PCC Coaching Markers Drive Human Connection
January 14, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar Series: What To Do When a Client Mentions Suicide
January 13, 2021 Mastering The Fundamentals of a Successful Coaching Business
December 17, 2020 ACMP & ICF Partnership Series - Celebrate Change
December 08, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Coaching Demonstration & Debrief with MCC’s Sara Smith and Justina Vail Evans
December 03, 2020 ICF San Antonio Town Hall
December 01, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Transforming your Coaching Conversations with Fran Fisher, MCC
November 19, 2020 ACMP and ICF Partnership Session 4 - How to Be the Change: Inclusive Strategies to Manage & Mitigate Bias
November 17, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: The Magic Keys to Unlocking Client Discovery: Communicating Effectively with Mina Brown, MCC
November 16, 2020 Primer Encuentro Binacional ICF México-USA (para hispanohablantes)
November 16, 2020 First Binational Get Together ICF Mexico-USA (for English speakers)
November 12, 2020 Regional Webinar Series: How to Help Your Client Find Inner Strength with the "Who Am I Story"
November 10, 2020 Coaching for Sustainable Growth
November 10, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Body Centered Coaching and Decision Making
October 28, 2020 Coach Connect: Best Practices to Accelerate Your Diversity and Inclusion Initiative
October 27, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: It’s All About How You Show Up! with Sara Smith, MCC
October 21, 2020 Create CALM and Coach On: The Neuroscience of Mindset in the Midst of Covid Fatigue
October 20, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Stress! Understand, Reduce, Manage and Master It
October 15, 2020 ACMP and ICF Partnership Session 3: How Do You Manage the Unconscious Bias?
October 13, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Deliver Massive Impact through Extraordinary Design
October 08, 2020 Regional Webinar Series - Sales Mastery for Coaches: How to Build Influence and Enroll More
October 06, 2020 Coaching Mastermind - Active Listening: Communicating Effectively with Clients
October 06, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Nature as a Powerful, Often Overlooked, Resource for Resilience
September 30, 2020 Coach Connect: How Organizations Are Adapting Through Change
September 29, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Facilitate Client Growth with Jeff Evans, MCC
September 23, 2020 ACMP and ICF Partnership Session#2: Managing Your Own Bias
September 22, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Growing Your Business in Quantum Leaps with Lisa Walker, MCC
September 15, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Priming for Connection by Cultivating an Atmosphere of Trust and Safety
September 15, 2020 Breakthrough Coaching Masterclasses with Marcia Reynolds
September 10, 2020 Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Transformational Coaching with HEART
September 08, 2020 Coaching Mastermind - The Art of Questioning : Achieving a Goal by Asking Questions
September 08, 2020 2020 All Texas Virtual Retreat & Conference: Embodies the Coaching Mindset with Teresa Pool, MCC
September 02, 2020 Virtual Workshop: Aligning Your Personal Brand With Your Business: Basics to Brand Positioning
August 27, 2020 ACMP Texas and ICF Greater Austin and ICF San Antonio Partnership #1: How Bias Interferes with Change
August 20, 2020 2nd ICF Southeast Region Town Hall - UNITED: Strategies to Address Racial Bias
August 13, 2020 Regional Webinar Series: Empowering Women Professionals to be Exceptional
July 28, 2020 Coach Connect: Who Are We and How Are We Seen by Others?
July 21, 2020 The Creative Brain: How to Reinvent Yourself in This New Context
July 15, 2020 UNITED: Breaking Down Barriers of Race and Systemic Inequality: An ICF Southeast Region Town Hall
July 02, 2020 Southeast Regional Webinar Series - Special Interactive Workshop: Quantum Culture Presents Power & Privilege
June 24, 2020 Coach Connect - Preparing to Have "The Talk": A Conversation About Bias
June 16, 2020 Coaching Mastermind - Reflective Practice and Unconscious Bias: Embodying a Coaching Mindset
June 11, 2020 Regional Webinar Series: Three Lenses for Coaching Supervision: Developing a Reflective Practice for Coaches
June 03, 2020 Coaching in High Stress Times
May 28, 2020 ROI Webinar with Patti Phillips of the ROI Institute
May 27, 2020 Coach Connect: Coaching with Your Strengths and Values
May 18, 2020 Neuroscience of Resilience
May 14, 2020 Regional Webinar Series: Developmental Coaching Across Cultural Differences
May 13, 2020 Coach Connect - Energy Management: Coaching Strategies for Managing Energy in Times of Uncertainty
May 08, 2020 International Coaching Week Webinar Series - How to Avoid Burnout in Our Pursuit of Having it All
May 07, 2020 International Coaching Week Webinar Series - Thriving in Uncertain Times
May 06, 2020 International Coaching Week Signature Event: Relieving Pressure & Restoring Potential
May 05, 2020 International Coaching Week Webinar Series - Compassionate Self-Care and Reflection
May 04, 2020 International Coaching Week Webinar Series - Mini Habits: A Small Tool for Big Success
May 04, 2020 International Coaching Week - Living and Working in Times of Transition Webinar Series
April 29, 2020 Coach Connect- Self-Care: Thriving Under Pressure
April 22, 2020 SPONSORED EVENT - The Two Best Coaching Tools
April 22, 2020 SPONSORED EVENT - Coach Connect: Individual Self-Care
April 21, 2020 Coaching Mastermind: Coaching for Compassion
April 17, 2020 SPONSORED EVENT - Coaching In Crisis - Coaches Respond to COVID-19
April 09, 2020 Regional Webinar Series: The Neuroscience of Coaching
March 26, 2020 How Coaching Can Lead Us Through COVID-19
March 17, 2020 Coaching Mastermind: What's YOUR Mindset?
March 12, 2020 Regional Webinar Series: Ethics and Confidentiality
March 04, 2020 Kick off - ICW Webinar Series Planning Call
February 27, 2020 Courgaeous Boundaries: Find Your Voice & Make it Heard
February 18, 2020 ICW 2020 - Join the Planning of the Largest Coaching Event in San Antonio!
February 13, 2020 Regional Webinar Series: Coaching Modalities
February 11, 2020 Coaching Mastermind: Using Your Intuition
January 22, 2020 Strategize for 2020!
January 14, 2020 Coaching Mastermind: The Art of Curiosity
December 17, 2019 Holiday Social
November 19, 2019 Coaching Mastermind: Applying ICF Core Competencies to Sticky Situations
October 22, 2019 Agile People Development: A Panel Discussion
October 09, 2019 State of the ICF San Antonio Chapter Networking Event
September 24, 2019 Coaching Mastermind: Self As Coach
September 18, 2019 Emotional Intelligence and the ICF Core Competencies, with Marilyn Orr
August 20, 2019 Coaching Mastermind
July 23, 2019 Coaching Mastermind


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