IGNITE Something Special

As professional coaches we are convinced of the transformative power of good coaching and  share an enthusiasm for using our expertise to make a positive difference in people’s lives and the  world at large. The ICF Edmonton Charter Chapter has a history of looking for ways to give back to our  community by providing pro bono coaching services to community

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Coaching in 2020 – Where Are We Going? Where Have We Been?

By Lisa Shepert, ICF ECC Secretary, PCC, CPCC ICF 2020 Advance is a three-week virtual conference. The theme this year explores how the world is changing coaching, how coaching is changing for the client, and how coaching is changing the world. Host Ann Betz, CPCC, PCC, kicked off the conference by providing a “bell curve” adoption and evolution of the

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Are You A Clutterbug?

By: Lisa Jackson, ICF ECC Director At Large (Governance) Recently I came upon a program on HGTV called “Hot Mess House”. The premise is that a person virtually helps people bring order to their messy spaces. It proposes that we each have a unique organizing style that brings us satisfaction. I’m a bee – that means that I’m a bit

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Good Governance is Surprisingly Fun

Have you ever seen “governance” and “fun” together? In my role as the ICF Edmonton Director At Large (Governance), I truly enjoy ensuring the chapter rules and procedures are up-to-date so our chapter runs smoothly.

Over the coming months, I will be doing some bylaw updates so we can be assured that we’re following the rules while continuing to deliver fun programming. So while I’m working behind the scenes to clean up our governance, I thought I’d take the opportunity to introduce myself and share some insight on why I enjoy governance so much.

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President’s Message – January 2019

My year as President has come and gone!  It was eventful, full of learning, insight, challenges and growth.  All that any new venture should be.  And like the work we all do with our coaching clients it helped push me out of my comfort zone on more than one occasion and hopefully made me a better person and professional.   When

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Blog Post: August 9, 2018 – Can You Overcome Your Success?

All of us can probably identify a scenario where an all-star leader seems to have plateaued.  They have shown early promise.  They have taken on series of challenging assignments and knocked those opportunities out of the park.  They seemed destined for even greater success down the road.  Mysteriously, however, something seems to have gone amiss.  The energy and drive that characterized

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Blog Post – July 2018: Be Personal; Don’t Take it Personally

Hello ICF Edmonton Chapter – the ICF EC Board will be reaching out through blog posts over the summer. Let us know what you’re interested in hearing about. Email one of the Board members with your topic of interest! Be Personal; Don’t Take it Personally Owning my own business and working for myself means accepting most things don’t go my

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President’s Message – March 2018

Edmonton coaches, We are more than half way through March!  I’m behind on my messages to Chapter membership!  Getting to be nearly a quarter through my year as President!  It’s been a busy year so far with more to come. February itself proved to be the month of Intelligence.  Our own chapter members Sam Nguyen and Lori Lacey got us

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President’s Message – December 2016

Edmonton coaches, This will be my final post as President of the Board of Directors, ICF Edmonton. I have been both happy and honoured to serve as a Chapter leader in 2015, as your President in 2016, and as a continued contributor in 2017 as your Past President.

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