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April 29, 2019
12:00 PM EDT - 1:00 PM EDT
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In this webinar we will explore the ways in which the ICF competency markers have impacted coach training programs globally.  What has shifted in our understanding of what good coaching looks like? We will take a look at the behaviors often exhibited by successful coaches at the beginning PCC level. Join us for a discussion and sharing of best practices.

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Dr. Pam Patterson is Associate Vice President of University Life at George Mason University with combined experience in leadership and university administration. She is also the Senior Coaching Fellow at the Mason Institute for Leadership Excellence and the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being. Pam co-instructs Module 1 of the Mason coach certification program.

At Mason, Pam was a member of a team that created and implemented a leader development curriculum for executive education and a separate program for faculty and staff. She is a co-founder and co-chair of MasonLeads, the Leadership Legacy Program, and serves as co-director of Mason’s Strengths Academy.

Her professional interests are in the science and application of individual and organizational well-being, leadership, and coaching. Pam received her Strengths Specialist Certification through The Gallup Organization and is also licensed and certified by the Institute of HeartMath as a Resilience Advantage Trainer.

Pam earned her doctorate in higher education from George Mason University. She received her M.S. in sport administration and B.S. in community health, both from Eastern Illinois University. She is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Program. She holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation. 

Ellen Fulton, MSEd, MCC

Ellen Fulton is a Founder and Principle of the Washington Coaching Group and MCC Director of Training for the Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being professional certificate program at George Mason University. As a coach, she understands that a leader’s success is directly proportional to their self-awareness. She works with people to improve their intellectual and emotional flexibility while increasing awareness around leadership presence.  Ellen challenges clients to reflect on their strengths, areas for growth, values, and interpersonal skills to help them align action plans that maximize strategic goals, providing sustainable change. With a global focus, Ellen has extensive experience working with leaders and teams from first-line to C-suite across a variety of industries, including the federal government, corporations, small businesses, non-profits, and universities.

Ellen serves as a Coaching Fellow at George Mason University’s Center for the Advancement of Well-Being where she has held the positions of Director for the Mason Institute for Leadership Excellence and Co-Director of the Advanced Coaching Program for Organizational Well-Being. She received her coach education at Georgetown University and holds the highest designation awarded by the International Coach Federation of Master Certified Coach (MCC).


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