President's Message

Welcome to a new ICF Metro DC year!

I am thrilled to be serving as President for our chapter and looking forward to meeting and getting to know many of you at our events over the next many months.

We have a wonderful team serving our board this year. Your board is a group of amazing people who are deeply dedicated to ensure that your membership is worth your investment in time and money.

Visit the chapter’s website to learn more about the 2018 Board of Directors.

Have you considered getting involved in our Chapter? We are looking to fill vacant spaces on our committees. Committees members will work closely with the Chair to generate new ideas and bring existing ideas to life. We have committees to support Professional Development, Marking and Communications, Memberships and Community Outreach.

Joining is committee is a wonderful, easy way to connect with fellow coaches and help our chapter thrive.

Click here to learn more about each of the committees and how you can volunteer.

On June 15th our board will meet to plan our year, set goals, and strategize for the future. We will report back to you at our Annual Meeting on June 19 where we look forward to getting your input and further shaping our goals. However, if you have input to offer in advance of our June meeting, I invite you to email me at president@icfmetrodc.org.The ICF Metro DC Annual Meeting will be held on June 19th, from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Bechtel Event Center in Reston, VA. We will provide dinner and drinks, lots of networking time, and a brief presentation on the state of our chapter. This will be an excellent opportunity to meet board members, volunteer for committees, and connect with fellow coaches. This event is free to all our Chapter members. You can register on the website.  

If you haven’t already, register for our Capital Coaches Conference on Friday October 19th. Jim Sims and his team have done an incredible job creating, what we hope to be, a memorable conference.

We have some wonderful speakers lined up.

  • Jennifer Garvey Berger, author of Changing on the Job: Developing Leaders for a Complex World and Simple Habits for Complex Times: Powerful Practices for Leaders,will focus on key concepts in adult development and how to practice the art of developmental coaching.
  • Alexander Caillet, co-founder and CEO of Corentus, will focus on team coaching and how to optimize the performance of organizations by transforming their teams and the work done by those teams.

 

  • Carrie Spaulding, improv extraordinaire and a hit speaker at ICF Global's 2017 Converge conference, will demonstrate how improvisational skills empower us to build greater trust with clients.

 

Registration is now open. Click to register.

Warm Regards,

Brooke