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ICF WA State's Mastery Coaching Series 

Do you have limited time?  Do you want coaching education, but don't want to drive an hour to get it?  Do you have a computer?  Welcome to the Mastery Coaching Series. Regularly,  we bring you a great training opportunity!


All our classes offer 1 to 1.5 ICF CCEUs! 

*depending on length of the class.

The Mastery Coaching Series is in full swing. 
Check out our upcoming classes!

All new and renewed ICF Washington State Chapter Members have access to all the past Lunchtime Learning classes through the Members Only Section of the Website. 

The Mastery Coaching Series is held on the Zoom virtual platform, if you are not familiar, please visit www.zoom.us.  Get a free account and download the app for your computer, tablet, or phone.  Check out our classes below.  We look forward to seeing you in a class soon!

Upcoming events

    • Tuesday, March 26, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after 2-step registration
    Register



    Open Group Coaching Supervision

    Tuesday, March 26th, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

    MORE DATES JUST ADDED!!!

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month

    • *April 24, 2024 (This will be held on Wednesday)
    • May 28, 2024
    • June 25, 2024
    • July 23, 2024
    • August 27, 2024
    • September 24, 2024
    • October 22, 2024
    • November 26, 2024
    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

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    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


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    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



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    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


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    • Wednesday, March 27, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom link will be included with registration
    Register



    By Coaches for Coaches Presents


    How to Schedule OUT Overwhelm


    Guest Speaker - Cara Wilson


    Wednesday, March 27th, 2024 12:00PM - 1:30PM PT

    (Will continue every 4th Wednesday of the month)


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    Are you finding yourself overwhelmed trying to manage the minutes and feeling like achieving work like balance is impossible? What if we told you that was because you CAN'T balance work and life (that's like balancing grains of sand against the whole beach) but you could align it... simply, easily, and in a way that is repeatable every day and week?


    Join Cara, as she has a tool just for this.


    ABOUT OUR SPEAKER(S)

    Cara Wilson

    I am Cara Jean, founder of Taking CARA Business, I empower leaders through executive coaching. Serving ambitious entrepreneurs, neurospicy leaders, and small to mid-sized businesses. I am certified as an executive coach and in Emotional Intelligence. I have been working in leadership development for 25 years and in executive leadership development for a decade. I have learned and failed so many times it's given me GREAT shareable tools. This one I use with my clients every single week.

    In this New Normal landscape, we know Change is inevitable, and development is a choice. Are you ready to develop?

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    Interested in  volunteering your time to support these sessions.

    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

    This event will occur the following dates in 2024.

    • April 24th
    • May 22nd
    • June 26th
    • July 24th
    • August 28th
    • September 25th
    • October 23rd
    • November TBD
    • December TBD



    No CCEUs will be provided.


    What is For Coaches By Coaches Initiative?

    For Coaches - By Coaches initiative brought to its members by ICF WA.

    In this initiative, any coach member of ICF WA chapter, can bring forth a topic for an event or a session, which they have some level of expertise in. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, one of the coaches, who has made a submission, will be invited to co-host the session on the topic that they submitted, with ICF-WA. If you are interested in Co-Hosting a session with ICF-WA on a specific topic, please fill the form here.

    Session FAQs

    Who can volunteer as a presenter and co-host for a session of For Coaches By Coaches?

    • Anyone interested in presenting should complete the Interest Intake sheet. Submissions will be considered based on availability, alignment to our chapter's mission, and in context of other educational events and programs the chapter is offering. Submissions to the interest form are not guaranteed selection for leading a By Coaches For Coaches event. We reserve the right to decline topics.

    How will I know I have been selected?

    • Co-director of Programming will be reaching out to all the coaches with submissions by end of the month in which we have received the submissions, conveying if they have been selected, and sharing 3 options of sessions. The coach member will have to then confirm their availability for one of the sessions, which will then get confirmed in the calendar along with their topic.

    When will it be held?

    • Coaches Create will be held at 10am/12pm/5pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month, starting from February.

    Duration and Structure of each session

    • Each session will be 60 minutes long, with the co-hosting coach initiating the session with ~20 - 30 minutes of presentation on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of discussion including Q&A

    Will CCEUs be offered for these sessions?

    • CCEUs will not be offered for these sessions in general, unless the presenter applies to ICF for competency credits themselves. They can reach out to the Co-Directors of Programming to understand the process.

    What are the restrictions on advertising my business through this?

    • The coaches will be given 5 minutes at the end to share about their offerings, provided all the Q&A has been done.

    How will you measure the engagement and performance of the session? We use the following metrics and ways to get feedback and measure the performance of the session:

    • In session survey to gauge how the participants resonated with the session as well as if they found it useful and aligned to the expectations
    • Attendance to registration ratio
    • NPS (Net promoter score)
    • Informal feedback discussion in Coaches Café and Networking Café if any common attendees

    I would like to volunteer my time to support these sessions. What are the opportunities and how do I volunteer?

    • We are looking for volunteers in multiple spaces, from hosting events, analyzing the participation data to selecting the sessions for Coaches Create.


    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

    • Tuesday, April 23, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after 2-step registration
    Register



    Business Development event with Bill Carmody

    Tuesday, April 23rd, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM


    SAVE THE DATE

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    INFO ANNOUNCED SOON

    CCEU's:

    0 Core Competency

    0 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more



    There are two steps to registering for the event:

    1) After registering for the event, you will receive a zoom registration link.

    2) Please use the zoom registration link to register and obtain your zoom meeting link.

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    OUR SPEAKER(S)




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    • Wednesday, April 24, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register




    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Wednesday, April 24th, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month.

    • May 28, 2024
    • June 25, 2024
    • July 23, 2024
    • August 27, 2024
    • September 24, 2024
    • October 22, 2024
    • November 26, 2024
    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


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    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



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    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


    Follow Us On Social Media 

      
    • Wednesday, April 24, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom link will be included with registration
    Register


    By Coaches for Coaches Presents


    The Power of Somatic Skills in Coaching

    Guest Speaker - Brett Hill

    Wednesday, February 28th, 2024 12:00PM - 1:30PM PT

    (Will continue every 4th Wednesday of the month)


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    This session is both educational and experiential. The session includes a demo of somatic techniques and the rationale for why, and when to use them. Topics such as how this work aligns with ICF principles, simple practices attendees can use right away, and an overview of the neurological basis for the work are all covered.

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    ABOUT OUR SPEAKER(S)

    Brett Hill

    After graduating with a degree in interpersonal communication, he became a technology expert and has had a distinguished technical career. He presented at technical conferences worldwide for companies like Microsoft, authored books, and was awarded Microsoft’s distinguished “Most Valuable Professional” award for 9 years.

    Brett’s true passion through this time was not only “inner work.” but also teach teaching mindfulness and meditation in many forms. He studied Hakomi, a mindfulness-based somatic psychology, with founder Ron Kurtz and trained in group leadership under the guidance of Amina Knowlan, creator of Matrix Leadership.

    In addition, he taught beginning and advanced meditation for several years at the Lotus Center in Okla. City and established the Quest Institute meditation center in Dallas. He has a few meditations online and creates custom recordings for clients specifically for their needs.

    He credits much of his professional success in the corporate world to skills and tools learned from the accomplished teachers he sought out. “Mindfulness has helped in every aspect of my professional and personal life. I believe passionately that it’s the most important skill a person can develop as it can transform not only your life but the world.”

    After obtaining several coach certifications, he developed and teaches The Mindful Coach Method to help “bridge the gap” so coaches can experience and use coaching presence, coach-centered mindfulness, and the somatic techniques he has found so essential in his work, yet are often missing in coach training.

    Brett is on a mission in his work as a coach, teacher, speaker, and author to help people be more present and connected to their authentic voice, and the world itself. He specializes in mindful communications and coach training so we can connect authentically, speak truly, and listen deeply. What does the world need more than this?

    Certifications include International Coaching Federation, Somatic-Wellness & Mindfulness Coach, and Mindful Facilitator by the Institute for Organizational Mindfulness. He’s also an alumni of the Inner MBA by Sounds True, and has hundreds of hours of training in Hakomi, Matrix Group Leadership, Martial Art, Contact Improvisation and others.

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    Interested in  volunteering your time to support these sessions.

    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

    This event will occur the following dates in 2024.

    • May 22nd
    • June 26th
    • July 24th
    • August 28th
    • September 25th
    • October 23rd
    • November TBD
    • December TBD



    No CCEUs will be provided.


    What is For Coaches By Coaches Initiative?

    For Coaches - By Coaches initiative brought to its members by ICF WA.

    In this initiative, any coach member of ICF WA chapter, can bring forth a topic for an event or a session, which they have some level of expertise in. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, one of the coaches, who has made a submission, will be invited to co-host the session on the topic that they submitted, with ICF-WA. If you are interested in Co-Hosting a session with ICF-WA on a specific topic, please fill the form here.

    Session FAQs

    Who can volunteer as a presenter and co-host for a session of For Coaches By Coaches?

    • Anyone interested in presenting should complete the Interest Intake sheet. Submissions will be considered based on availability, alignment to our chapter's mission, and in context of other educational events and programs the chapter is offering. Submissions to the interest form are not guaranteed selection for leading a By Coaches For Coaches event. We reserve the right to decline topics.

    How will I know I have been selected?

    • Co-director of Programming will be reaching out to all the coaches with submissions by end of the month in which we have received the submissions, conveying if they have been selected, and sharing 3 options of sessions. The coach member will have to then confirm their availability for one of the sessions, which will then get confirmed in the calendar along with their topic.

    When will it be held?

    • Coaches Create will be held at 10am/12pm/5pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month, starting from February.

    Duration and Structure of each session

    • Each session will be 60 minutes long, with the co-hosting coach initiating the session with ~20 - 30 minutes of presentation on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of discussion including Q&A

    Will CCEUs be offered for these sessions?

    • CCEUs will not be offered for these sessions in general, unless the presenter applies to ICF for competency credits themselves. They can reach out to the Co-Directors of Programming to understand the process.

    What are the restrictions on advertising my business through this?

    • The coaches will be given 5 minutes at the end to share about their offerings, provided all the Q&A has been done.

    How will you measure the engagement and performance of the session? We use the following metrics and ways to get feedback and measure the performance of the session:

    • In session survey to gauge how the participants resonated with the session as well as if they found it useful and aligned to the expectations

    • Attendance to registration ratio

    • NPS (Net promoter score)

    • Informal feedback discussion in Coaches Café and Networking Café if any common attendees

    I would like to volunteer my time to support these sessions. What are the opportunities and how do I volunteer?

    • We are looking for volunteers in multiple spaces, from hosting events, analyzing the participation data to selecting the sessions for Coaches Create.


    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

    • Wednesday, May 22, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom link will be included with registration
    Register


    By Coaches for Coaches


    SPEAKER TBA


    Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024 12:00PM - 1:30PM PT

    (Will continue every 4th Wednesday of the month)


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    What is For Coaches By Coaches Initiative?

    For Coaches - By Coaches initiative brought to its members by ICF WA.

    In this initiative, any coach member of ICF WA chapter, can bring forth a topic for an event or a session, which they have some level of expertise in. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, one of the coaches, who has made a submission, will be invited to co-host the session on the topic that they submitted, with ICF-WA. If you are interested in Co-Hosting a session with ICF-WA on a specific topic, please fill the form here.


    Session FAQs

    Who can volunteer as a presenter and co-host for a session of For Coaches By Coaches?

    • Anyone interested in presenting should complete the Interest Intake sheet. Submissions will be considered based on availability, alignment to our chapter's mission, and in context of other educational events and programs the chapter is offering. Submissions to the interest form are not guaranteed selection for leading a By Coaches For Coaches event. We reserve the right to decline topics.


    How will I know I have been selected?

    • Co-director of Programming will be reaching out to all the coaches with submissions by end of the month in which we have received the submissions, conveying if they have been selected, and sharing 3 options of sessions. The coach member will have to then confirm their availability for one of the sessions, which will then get confirmed in the calendar along with their topic.


    When will it be held?

    • Coaches Create will be held at 10am/12pm/5pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month, starting from February.


    Duration and Structure of each session

    • Each session will be 60 minutes long, with the co-hosting coach initiating the session with ~20 - 30 minutes of presentation on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of discussion including Q&A


    Will CCEUs be offered for these sessions?

    • CCEUs will not be offered for these sessions in general, unless the presenter applies to ICF for competency credits themselves. They can reach out to the Co-Directors of Programming to understand the process.


    What are the restrictions on advertising my business through this?

    • The coaches will be given 5 minutes at the end to share about their offerings, provided all the Q&A has been done.


    How will you measure the engagement and performance of the session? We use the following metrics and ways to get feedback and measure the performance of the session:

    • In session survey to gauge how the participants resonated with the session as well as if they found it useful and aligned to the expectations
    • Attendance to registration ratio
    • NPS (Net promoter score)
    • Informal feedback discussion in Coaches Café and Networking Café if any common attendees


    I would like to volunteer my time to support these sessions. What are the opportunities and how do I volunteer?

    • We are looking for volunteers in multiple spaces, from hosting events, analyzing the participation data to selecting the sessions for Coaches Create.


    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

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    This event will occur the following dates in 2024.

    • June 26th
    • July 24th
    • August 28th
    • September 25th
    • October 23rd
    • November TBD
    • December TBD



    No CCEUs will be provided.

    • Tuesday, May 28, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register



    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Tuesday, May 28th, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month.

    • June 25, 2024
    • July 23, 2024
    • August 27, 2024
    • September 24, 2024
    • October 22, 2024
    • November 26, 2024
    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


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    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



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    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


    Follow Us On Social Media 

      
    • Tuesday, June 25, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register


    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Wednesday, June 25th, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month.

    • July 23, 2024
    • August 27, 2024
    • September 24, 2024
    • October 22, 2024
    • November 26, 2024
    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



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    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


    Follow Us On Social Media 

      
    • Wednesday, June 26, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom link will be included with registration
    Register


    By Coaches for Coaches


    SPEAKER TBA


    Wednesday, June 26th, 2024 12:00PM - 1:30PM PT

    (Will continue every 4th Wednesday of the month)


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    What is For Coaches By Coaches Initiative?

    For Coaches - By Coaches initiative brought to its members by ICF WA.

    In this initiative, any coach member of ICF WA chapter, can bring forth a topic for an event or a session, which they have some level of expertise in. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, one of the coaches, who has made a submission, will be invited to co-host the session on the topic that they submitted, with ICF-WA. If you are interested in Co-Hosting a session with ICF-WA on a specific topic, please fill the form here.


    Session FAQs

    Who can volunteer as a presenter and co-host for a session of For Coaches By Coaches?

    • Anyone interested in presenting should complete the Interest Intake sheet. Submissions will be considered based on availability, alignment to our chapter's mission, and in context of other educational events and programs the chapter is offering. Submissions to the interest form are not guaranteed selection for leading a By Coaches For Coaches event. We reserve the right to decline topics.


    How will I know I have been selected?

    • Co-director of Programming will be reaching out to all the coaches with submissions by end of the month in which we have received the submissions, conveying if they have been selected, and sharing 3 options of sessions. The coach member will have to then confirm their availability for one of the sessions, which will then get confirmed in the calendar along with their topic.


    When will it be held?

    • Coaches Create will be held at 10am/12pm/5pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month, starting from February.


    Duration and Structure of each session

    • Each session will be 60 minutes long, with the co-hosting coach initiating the session with ~20 - 30 minutes of presentation on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of discussion including Q&A


    Will CCEUs be offered for these sessions?

    • CCEUs will not be offered for these sessions in general, unless the presenter applies to ICF for competency credits themselves. They can reach out to the Co-Directors of Programming to understand the process.


    What are the restrictions on advertising my business through this?

    • The coaches will be given 5 minutes at the end to share about their offerings, provided all the Q&A has been done.


    How will you measure the engagement and performance of the session? We use the following metrics and ways to get feedback and measure the performance of the session:

    • In session survey to gauge how the participants resonated with the session as well as if they found it useful and aligned to the expectations
    • Attendance to registration ratio
    • NPS (Net promoter score)
    • Informal feedback discussion in Coaches Café and Networking Café if any common attendees


    I would like to volunteer my time to support these sessions. What are the opportunities and how do I volunteer?

    • We are looking for volunteers in multiple spaces, from hosting events, analyzing the participation data to selecting the sessions for Coaches Create.


    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

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    This event will occur the following dates in 2024.

    • June 26th
    • July 24th
    • August 28th
    • September 25th
    • October 23rd
    • November TBD
    • December TBD



    No CCEUs will be provided.

    • Tuesday, July 23, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register


    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month.

    • August 27, 2024
    • September 24, 2024
    • October 22, 2024
    • November 26, 2024
    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


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    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


    Follow Us On Social Media 

      
    • Wednesday, July 24, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom link will be included with registration
    Register


    By Coaches for Coaches


    SPEAKER TBA


    Wednesday, July 24th, 2024 12:00PM - 1:30PM PT

    (Will continue every 4th Wednesday of the month)


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    What is For Coaches By Coaches Initiative?

    For Coaches - By Coaches initiative brought to its members by ICF WA.

    In this initiative, any coach member of ICF WA chapter, can bring forth a topic for an event or a session, which they have some level of expertise in. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, one of the coaches, who has made a submission, will be invited to co-host the session on the topic that they submitted, with ICF-WA. If you are interested in Co-Hosting a session with ICF-WA on a specific topic, please fill the form here.


    Session FAQs

    Who can volunteer as a presenter and co-host for a session of For Coaches By Coaches?

    • Anyone interested in presenting should complete the Interest Intake sheet. Submissions will be considered based on availability, alignment to our chapter's mission, and in context of other educational events and programs the chapter is offering. Submissions to the interest form are not guaranteed selection for leading a By Coaches For Coaches event. We reserve the right to decline topics.


    How will I know I have been selected?

    • Co-director of Programming will be reaching out to all the coaches with submissions by end of the month in which we have received the submissions, conveying if they have been selected, and sharing 3 options of sessions. The coach member will have to then confirm their availability for one of the sessions, which will then get confirmed in the calendar along with their topic.


    When will it be held?

    • Coaches Create will be held at 10am/12pm/5pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month, starting from February.


    Duration and Structure of each session

    • Each session will be 60 minutes long, with the co-hosting coach initiating the session with ~20 - 30 minutes of presentation on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of discussion including Q&A


    Will CCEUs be offered for these sessions?

    • CCEUs will not be offered for these sessions in general, unless the presenter applies to ICF for competency credits themselves. They can reach out to the Co-Directors of Programming to understand the process.


    What are the restrictions on advertising my business through this?

    • The coaches will be given 5 minutes at the end to share about their offerings, provided all the Q&A has been done.


    How will you measure the engagement and performance of the session? We use the following metrics and ways to get feedback and measure the performance of the session:

    • In session survey to gauge how the participants resonated with the session as well as if they found it useful and aligned to the expectations
    • Attendance to registration ratio
    • NPS (Net promoter score)
    • Informal feedback discussion in Coaches Café and Networking Café if any common attendees


    I would like to volunteer my time to support these sessions. What are the opportunities and how do I volunteer?

    • We are looking for volunteers in multiple spaces, from hosting events, analyzing the participation data to selecting the sessions for Coaches Create.


    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

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    This event will occur the following dates in 2024.

    • August 28th
    • September 25th
    • October 23rd
    • November TBD
    • December TBD



    No CCEUs will be provided.

    • Tuesday, August 27, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register


    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Tuesday, August 27th, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month.

    • September 24, 2024
    • October 22, 2024
    • November 26, 2024
    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


    A person smiling at the camera Description automatically generated


    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


    Follow Us On Social Media 

      
    • Wednesday, August 28, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom link will be included with registration
    Register


    By Coaches for Coaches


    SPEAKER TBA


    Wednesday, August 28th, 2024 12:00PM - 1:30PM PT

    (Will continue every 4th Wednesday of the month)


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    What is For Coaches By Coaches Initiative?

    For Coaches - By Coaches initiative brought to its members by ICF WA.

    In this initiative, any coach member of ICF WA chapter, can bring forth a topic for an event or a session, which they have some level of expertise in. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, one of the coaches, who has made a submission, will be invited to co-host the session on the topic that they submitted, with ICF-WA. If you are interested in Co-Hosting a session with ICF-WA on a specific topic, please fill the form here.


    Session FAQs

    Who can volunteer as a presenter and co-host for a session of For Coaches By Coaches?

    • Anyone interested in presenting should complete the Interest Intake sheet. Submissions will be considered based on availability, alignment to our chapter's mission, and in context of other educational events and programs the chapter is offering. Submissions to the interest form are not guaranteed selection for leading a By Coaches For Coaches event. We reserve the right to decline topics.


    How will I know I have been selected?

    • Co-director of Programming will be reaching out to all the coaches with submissions by end of the month in which we have received the submissions, conveying if they have been selected, and sharing 3 options of sessions. The coach member will have to then confirm their availability for one of the sessions, which will then get confirmed in the calendar along with their topic.


    When will it be held?

    • Coaches Create will be held at 10am/12pm/5pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month, starting from February.


    Duration and Structure of each session

    • Each session will be 60 minutes long, with the co-hosting coach initiating the session with ~20 - 30 minutes of presentation on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of discussion including Q&A


    Will CCEUs be offered for these sessions?

    • CCEUs will not be offered for these sessions in general, unless the presenter applies to ICF for competency credits themselves. They can reach out to the Co-Directors of Programming to understand the process.


    What are the restrictions on advertising my business through this?

    • The coaches will be given 5 minutes at the end to share about their offerings, provided all the Q&A has been done.


    How will you measure the engagement and performance of the session? We use the following metrics and ways to get feedback and measure the performance of the session:

    • In session survey to gauge how the participants resonated with the session as well as if they found it useful and aligned to the expectations
    • Attendance to registration ratio
    • NPS (Net promoter score)
    • Informal feedback discussion in Coaches Café and Networking Café if any common attendees


    I would like to volunteer my time to support these sessions. What are the opportunities and how do I volunteer?

    • We are looking for volunteers in multiple spaces, from hosting events, analyzing the participation data to selecting the sessions for Coaches Create.


    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

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    This event will occur the following dates in 2024.

    • September 25th
    • October 23rd
    • November TBD
    • December TBD



    No CCEUs will be provided.

    • Tuesday, September 24, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register


    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Tuesday, September 24th, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

    null


    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month.

    • October 22, 2024
    • November 26, 2024
    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


    null


    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~




    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


    A person smiling at the camera Description automatically generated


    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


    Follow Us On Social Media 

      
    • Wednesday, September 25, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom link will be included with registration
    Register


    By Coaches for Coaches


    SPEAKER TBA


    Wednesday, September 25th, 2024 12:00PM - 1:30PM PT

    (Will continue every 4th Wednesday of the month)


    null



    What is For Coaches By Coaches Initiative?

    For Coaches - By Coaches initiative brought to its members by ICF WA.

    In this initiative, any coach member of ICF WA chapter, can bring forth a topic for an event or a session, which they have some level of expertise in. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, one of the coaches, who has made a submission, will be invited to co-host the session on the topic that they submitted, with ICF-WA. If you are interested in Co-Hosting a session with ICF-WA on a specific topic, please fill the form here.


    Session FAQs

    Who can volunteer as a presenter and co-host for a session of For Coaches By Coaches?

    • Anyone interested in presenting should complete the Interest Intake sheet. Submissions will be considered based on availability, alignment to our chapter's mission, and in context of other educational events and programs the chapter is offering. Submissions to the interest form are not guaranteed selection for leading a By Coaches For Coaches event. We reserve the right to decline topics.


    How will I know I have been selected?

    • Co-director of Programming will be reaching out to all the coaches with submissions by end of the month in which we have received the submissions, conveying if they have been selected, and sharing 3 options of sessions. The coach member will have to then confirm their availability for one of the sessions, which will then get confirmed in the calendar along with their topic.


    When will it be held?

    • Coaches Create will be held at 10am/12pm/5pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month, starting from February.


    Duration and Structure of each session

    • Each session will be 60 minutes long, with the co-hosting coach initiating the session with ~20 - 30 minutes of presentation on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of discussion including Q&A


    Will CCEUs be offered for these sessions?

    • CCEUs will not be offered for these sessions in general, unless the presenter applies to ICF for competency credits themselves. They can reach out to the Co-Directors of Programming to understand the process.


    What are the restrictions on advertising my business through this?

    • The coaches will be given 5 minutes at the end to share about their offerings, provided all the Q&A has been done.


    How will you measure the engagement and performance of the session? We use the following metrics and ways to get feedback and measure the performance of the session:

    • In session survey to gauge how the participants resonated with the session as well as if they found it useful and aligned to the expectations
    • Attendance to registration ratio
    • NPS (Net promoter score)
    • Informal feedback discussion in Coaches Café and Networking Café if any common attendees


    I would like to volunteer my time to support these sessions. What are the opportunities and how do I volunteer?

    • We are looking for volunteers in multiple spaces, from hosting events, analyzing the participation data to selecting the sessions for Coaches Create.


    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

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    This event will occur the following dates in 2024.

    • October 23rd
    • November TBD
    • December TBD



    No CCEUs will be provided.

    • Tuesday, October 22, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register


    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Tuesday, October 22nd, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month.

    • November 26, 2024
    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

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    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


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    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



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    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


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    • Wednesday, October 23, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Virtual - Zoom link will be included with registration
    Register


    By Coaches for Coaches


    SPEAKER TBA


    Wednesday, October 23rd, 2024 12:00PM - 1:30PM PT

    (Will continue every 4th Wednesday of the month)


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    What is For Coaches By Coaches Initiative?

    For Coaches - By Coaches initiative brought to its members by ICF WA.

    In this initiative, any coach member of ICF WA chapter, can bring forth a topic for an event or a session, which they have some level of expertise in. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, one of the coaches, who has made a submission, will be invited to co-host the session on the topic that they submitted, with ICF-WA. If you are interested in Co-Hosting a session with ICF-WA on a specific topic, please fill the form here.


    Session FAQs

    Who can volunteer as a presenter and co-host for a session of For Coaches By Coaches?

    • Anyone interested in presenting should complete the Interest Intake sheet. Submissions will be considered based on availability, alignment to our chapter's mission, and in context of other educational events and programs the chapter is offering. Submissions to the interest form are not guaranteed selection for leading a By Coaches For Coaches event. We reserve the right to decline topics.


    How will I know I have been selected?

    • Co-director of Programming will be reaching out to all the coaches with submissions by end of the month in which we have received the submissions, conveying if they have been selected, and sharing 3 options of sessions. The coach member will have to then confirm their availability for one of the sessions, which will then get confirmed in the calendar along with their topic.


    When will it be held?

    • Coaches Create will be held at 10am/12pm/5pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month, starting from February.


    Duration and Structure of each session

    • Each session will be 60 minutes long, with the co-hosting coach initiating the session with ~20 - 30 minutes of presentation on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of discussion including Q&A


    Will CCEUs be offered for these sessions?

    • CCEUs will not be offered for these sessions in general, unless the presenter applies to ICF for competency credits themselves. They can reach out to the Co-Directors of Programming to understand the process.


    What are the restrictions on advertising my business through this?

    • The coaches will be given 5 minutes at the end to share about their offerings, provided all the Q&A has been done.


    How will you measure the engagement and performance of the session? We use the following metrics and ways to get feedback and measure the performance of the session:

    • In session survey to gauge how the participants resonated with the session as well as if they found it useful and aligned to the expectations
    • Attendance to registration ratio
    • NPS (Net promoter score)
    • Informal feedback discussion in Coaches Café and Networking Café if any common attendees


    I would like to volunteer my time to support these sessions. What are the opportunities and how do I volunteer?

    • We are looking for volunteers in multiple spaces, from hosting events, analyzing the participation data to selecting the sessions for Coaches Create.


    You can submit your interest through the volunteer interest form.

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    This event will occur the following dates in 2024.

    • November TBD
    • December TBD



    No CCEUs will be provided.

    • Tuesday, November 26, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register


    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Tuesday, November 26th, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.


    This event will hold six sessions on the 4th *Tuesday of every month.

    • *December 17, 2024 (3rd Tuesday in lieu of the holiday)


    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

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    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


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    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



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    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


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    • Tuesday, December 17, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Virtual - Zoom Link provided after registration.
    Register


    Open Group Coaching Supervision


    Tuesday, December 17th, 2024, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


    *Only open to the first 20 registrants*

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    Have you been curious about supervision and wanting to experience it?

    Come join a monthly open group supervision starting in Jan 2024 on the 4th *Tuesday of each month, 8AM-9:30AM PST. You will have the opportunity to be supervised by Erica Goos, PCC, Coach Supervisor & Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA and Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC. 


    What is supervision?

    Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional.  The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group. 

    ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

    • Increased self-awareness

    • Greater confidence

    • Increased objectivity

    • Heightened sense of belonging

    • Reduced feelings of isolation

    • Increased resourcefulness


    Several Groups, One Date and Time

    Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect.  Our facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into individual groups.



    CCEU's:

    1 Core Competency

    .5 Resource Development


    COST:

    Sliding scale: $33, $25, $15

    Non-members: $5 more


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    After registration you will receive a link to Zoom in email. 

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OUR SPEAKER(S)


    Erica Goos, PCC, Certified Coach Supervisor


    Erica is a leadership development and transitions (life and career) coach. She brings 20+ years of both working for profit and non-profit organizations and lived experiences into her coaching. Her work has given her a deep understanding that change is an essential component for people and organizations to grow and develop. Those changes can also be a place of great discomfort and resistance. She believes that coaching and supervision helps provide a collaborative space for people and organizations to navigate through these places of discomfort and resistance by drawing upon their creativity and resourcefulness to be an agent of transformational change.


    Before becoming a coach, Erica was a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for 15 years, specializing in self-identity formation around race and culture.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF, Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Coach Supervisor


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    Madalina Radulescu, PCC, ESIA


    Madalina is an experienced leaders' partner through all her roles as coach, mentor or supervisor. She works with people in various industries and at different levels helping individuals but also teams in their evolution. 


    She offers to her clients a safe space for sharing, respectful listening, valuable time and …fun. She does not believe in recipes but in the optimal combination of clients’ potential and presence as well as her presence and expertise that she integrates in her dialogue to help her clients advance to their results and keeping them sustainable.

    Madalina is a former banker, an HR executive and an entrepreneur in hospitality.


    She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by ICF (International Coaching Federation) and holds an ESIA accreditation as Coach Supervisor and and EIA Accreditation as Senior Practitioner by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).



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    Rekha Hatkanagalekar, MCC


    Rekha is an accredited Coach Supervisor with more than 120 hours of Coach Supervision experience. Partnering with coaches as they improve their coaching practice is at the heart of Super-Vision. Rekha looks at it as her way of contributing to the profession of coaching and impacting coaching clients and their eco systems. She has worked with coaches from different geographies who have brought diverse challenges to Super-Vision.

    She is a Leadership coach holding a Master Certified Coach credential from ICF. Over the last 30 odd years of professional life, she has accumulated 4000+ coaching hours, coaching people on life and professional goals. Her clients include entrepreneurs, mid level and senior managers from across industry sectors and across the world. She is also an accredited Team Coach Practitioner from EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council), a mentor coach and coach trainer, having trained and mentored close to 100 coaches towards their ICF credentials.

    Rekha comes with 35 odd years of rich wholistic experience as a Business Head, HR Head and Academician. Empowering, enabling and developing people have always been her areas of deep passion.


     


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Past events

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 By Coaches for Coaches: The Power of Somatic Skills in Coaching
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 Coaching the Executive Brain: From Managing Change to Bringing the Woo-Woo
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 February Open Group Coaching Supervision
Wednesday, January 24, 2024 By Coaches for Coaches: Business Planning for the New Year
Tuesday, January 23, 2024 Open Group Coaching Supervision
Tuesday, December 12, 2023 Explore Experiences with Coaching Platforms
Tuesday, December 05, 2023 What Team Coaching Is and Is Not
Tuesday, November 07, 2023 ICF Credentialing Series Part 6: Giving Back Through the ICF Foundation and Ignite
Tuesday, October 10, 2023 Funcomfortable: The Uncomfortably Fun Truth About Growth
Tuesday, September 19, 2023 An Image Reveals More Than Words - Art Based Coaching
Tuesday, September 12, 2023 Helping Clients Move Beyond Burnout
Tuesday, September 05, 2023 ICF Credentialing Series Pt. 5 - Mentor Coaching Versus Coaching Supervision
Tuesday, August 29, 2023 More Clients, Less Marketing: How to Create More Leads and Income by Doing LESS
Tuesday, August 08, 2023 Unlocking the Power of Psychological Safety: Creating Supportive and Inclusive Coaching Environments
Tuesday, August 01, 2023 Race Matters in Coaching
Wednesday, July 19, 2023 Using Cognitive Behavior in Coaching - Frameworks and Tools
Tuesday, July 18, 2023 ICF West Learning Series: 4 Levels ChatGPT
Friday, July 14, 2023 Get to the Point: Masterful Coaching Made Simple
Tuesday, May 16, 2023 Credentialing Series Part 3 - The Nuts and Bolts of Credentialing
Friday, April 14, 2023 The Culturally Intelligent Coaching Mindset
Tuesday, March 28, 2023 The ICF Advanced Certification in Team Coaching (ACTC) - Credentialing Series Part 2
Tuesday, February 21, 2023 The Value of ICF Credentialing - Credentialing Series Part 1
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 Technology and Coaching: How to enhance coaching and your business through technology
Thursday, March 17, 2022 ICF Pacific Chapters Proudly Present: Coaching Reinvented with Shirzad Chamine
Wednesday, November 03, 2021 You CAN Change Other People: The Four Steps to Help Your Employees, Colleagues - Even Family - Up Their Game
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 Coaching Mastery Series Group & Team Coaching Panel
Tuesday, September 14, 2021 The Neuroscience of Effective Coaching with Richard Boyatzis
Tuesday, August 17, 2021 Coaching Mastery Series on Group & Team Coaching Case Studies
Tuesday, July 20, 2021 Coaching Mastery Series on ICF Team Competencies
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 Coaching Mastery Series on Team and Group coaching
Thursday, May 20, 2021 International Coaching Week Special Event - Marshall Goldsmith: "What got you here, won't get you there"
Tuesday, May 04, 2021 Marshall Goldsmith: "Leading in a Time of Crisis"
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Lunchtime Learning:Power of Pause: Brain Breaks, Stress Reduction, and Self Care
Thursday, February 18, 2021 Western Region ICF Chapters Proudly Presents: How to Tame your Advice Monster
Tuesday, January 19, 2021 Lunchtime Learning:Resilience in the Face of Overwhelm for Professional Coaches
Thursday, December 10, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Navigating the updated ICF Core Competencies
Thursday, November 12, 2020 Having Difficulty Navigating Through Change? Learn about High Impact Coaching
Tuesday, November 10, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Creating Captivating Breakthrough Sessions – How To Powerfully Enroll New Clients, even in an Uncertain World
Thursday, October 22, 2020 Lunchtime Learning:Are You Curious About Revisions to The ICF Code of Ethics and What This Means for You? Staying Out of Ethical Hot Water Training
Tuesday, September 29, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Coaching for Psychological Capital
Wednesday, August 19, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Understanding diversity and racial justice. Panel discussion
Thursday, July 09, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Embedded Leadership Coaching - Why it Works!
Tuesday, June 09, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: The Amazing ATEBAR Formula: The powerful & foundational 6-step formula for MasterFull coaching
Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: More Clients, Less Marketing: How to create more leads and income by doing less
Monday, April 13, 2020 Eastside Virtual Program - Do Less, Achieve More
Tuesday, April 07, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Tapping Insight to Solve Insoluble Problems
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Mini Habits: A Small Tool for Big Success
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Relational Presence for Coaches
Thursday, January 23, 2020 Lunchtime Learning: Harness Your Coaching Skills to Create Transformational Presentations and Pitches
Wednesday, December 11, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: Create Programs that Sell: Your Fast Track to More Clients, Income and Impact
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: 5 Steps To Getting Off Your Butt, Building Your Coaching Business, and GETTING CLIENTS!!
Tuesday, October 08, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: Language; the gateway to freedom and success
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: TEDx Secrets Revealed
Thursday, August 29, 2019 Lunch and Learn with David Drake:From Velcro to Velocity: The Art of Getting Unstuck
Thursday, August 15, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: Navigating to PCC, Dancing with the Markers
Tuesday, July 09, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: Coaching to make the Invisible Visible with Dr. Carol Turner, MCC
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: What your clients are looking for in their relationship with you
Thursday, May 02, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: The LIFT PRINCIPLE with Lynn Taylor
Wednesday, May 01, 2019 Coaching for Hope and Possibility with Anne Jolles
Monday, April 29, 2019 Coaching by Differentiating Facts Versus Stories with Brit Poulson
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 Dinner & Learn~Advancing the Profession of Coaching: United with ICF Global
Tuesday, April 09, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: The Power of Somatics in Coaching
Thursday, March 14, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: The Coach as Speaker
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: Astonishing Results: Free Your Clients
Tuesday, January 08, 2019 Lunchtime Learning: Savvy Strategic Alliances
Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Playing with the Power of Metaphors
Wednesday, November 07, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: The Negativity Bias - How to Deal with Difficult Client Situations
Tuesday, October 09, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Keeping Your Legacy Alive
Monday, September 24, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: The Customized Approach: Eliminate Stress in the Coaching Client Relationship
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: The Real Reason Your Marketing Isn’t Working
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 WEBINAR: PATHWAY TO CREDENTIALING
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Don’t Just Write a Book, Write a New Revenue Stream
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 1st Virtual Allied Professional Networking Event
Wednesday, June 06, 2018 ICF Western Region Event with Dr. David Drake
Tuesday, June 05, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Health of the Human Spirit: Holistic Stress Management for the 21st Century
Friday, May 11, 2018 Virtual Meetup: Striding Forward with ICF Washington
Thursday, May 10, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: The Neurobiology of Somatic Coaching: Embody Your Social and Emotional Intelligence
Wednesday, May 09, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: ICF Global Ethics Community - Ethics Complaint Process
Tuesday, May 08, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Affiliate Programs - How the big players extend their circle of influence and create a steady stream of income
Monday, May 07, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Getting to a Powerful YES - How to enroll clients to fill your practice with ease
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Narrative Coaching, Where Belonging and Becoming Meet
Monday, March 12, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Buying Signals: Converting Casual Conversations Into Sales
Tuesday, February 06, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Coaching in Organizational Settings – A Career Counselling Panel for Coaches
Wednesday, January 10, 2018 Lunchtime Learning: Clients Contemplating Suicide: How to Detect and Refer
Wednesday, October 25, 2017 Expanding Coaching Presence through Intuition
Monday, September 18, 2017 Is There an Inspired Thought Leader Inside of You?
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 Putting Mindfulness in Motion
Wednesday, August 23, 2017 StoryJacking: Rewrite the Narrative
Thursday, June 15, 2017 From Crickets to Clients
Thursday, May 18, 2017 The Four Basic Legal Agreements Every Coach Needs
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Coaching Mastery through Mentor Coaching and Coaching Supervision
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 ICF WA Virtual Networking Event
Monday, May 15, 2017 Getting Ready for Opportunity before it Knocks
Monday, April 17, 2017 Take the Refreshing & Clarifying Pause: Unconscious Bias
Thursday, March 16, 2017 Helping Clients Set B.I.G Boundaries and Overcome What Gets In the Way
Thursday, February 23, 2017 Transformational Questions: From "What" to "Who"
Thursday, January 19, 2017 Niche in a Nutshell
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 ICF WA Virtual Networking Event
Thursday, December 01, 2016 Voice Dialogue
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Conflict Management Coaching: The Joys and Challenges
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 Masterful Secrets
Monday, August 22, 2016 The Art of Mindfulness, Positive Psychology and Coaching
Thursday, July 28, 2016 Reflective Journaling for Coaches
Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Your Small Biz Test Kitchen: How to Create Purple Cow Products and Services
Wednesday, May 18, 2016 Establishing Credibility as a Coach through Evidence-Based Strengths Strategy
Tuesday, April 19, 2016 Turn Your Limiting Beliefs into Gold
Tuesday, October 13, 2015 The Resilient Coach
Thursday, June 25, 2015 Triggers: Creating Behavior that Lasts - Becoming the Person You Want to Be
Thursday, April 30, 2015 Neuroscience of Learning