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What do MCCs Know Anyway? Mindset Shifting for Clients: Working with the invisible

When:
Thursday, June 16, 2022, 5:00 PM until 6:30 PM
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Chapter Professional Development Events
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$25.00
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An MCC panel discussion of how coaches work with one of the most powerful foundations of human motivation, creativity and change.  Panelists include Clarice Scriber, coach instructor for Georgetown University's Leadership Coaching program for two decades; Bill Pullen, Academic Director for The Institute for Transformational Leadership and Program Director of The Leadership Coaching Program at Georgetown University; Janet Harvey, author of the award-winning leadership and coaching book, Invite Change - Lessons from 2020, The Year of No Return, and CEO of inviteCHANGE;  and Sandi Stewart, author of Building the Core Competencies of Change: A Guide to Coaching in Organizations.

 



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Sandra L. Stewart, MCC

Sandi is President of SLS Coaching & Consulting and has been a coach since 1999 and is an instructor for the ACTP accredited Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance coach training program at American University.  She published her book “Building the Core Competencies of Change: A Guide to Coaching in Organizations” in 2021.   She serves on the ICF Independent Review Board that reviews the ethical cases that come before the ICF worldwide. www.sandralstewart.com

 

Bill Pullen, MCC

Bill is President of BPA Coaching and Consulting and Academic Director for The Institute for Transformational Leadership and Program Director of The Leadership Coaching Program at Georgetown University. He works as a coach, consultant, teacher, and facilitator.  He has his Masters of Organizational Development from Johns Hopkins. https://bpacoaching.com

 

Clarice Scriber, MCC

Clarice is President of Clarity Coaching and works with organizational leaders who wish to enhance their communication and interpersonal skills. For two decades, Clarice was adjunct faculty for the Georgetown Leadership Coaching program. She is a co-editor and a contributor of On Becoming a Leadership Coach:  A Holistic Approach to Coaching Excellencewww.coaching4clarity.com

 

Janet M. Harvey, MCC

Author of the award-winning leadership and coaching book, Invite Change - Lessons from 2020, The Year of No Returnis CEO of inviteCHANGE, a coaching and human development organization. Janet has held leadership positions with the International Coaching Federation throughout her 25 years of coaching. https://www.invitechange.com/