Coaching Trends, The Difference Coaching Makes to Create Global Impact
Presented by Magdalena N. Mook, Executive Director and CEO of ICF
Celebrate ICW together with the ICFLA community
Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 6:30 - 9:30 PM
CCEs: 1.5 CCEs for Resource Development
Come early for happy hour 5:30 - 6:30 PM (first drink on us with regular registration) to meet school representatives of:
Executive Director and CEO Magdalena Nowicka Mook will share startling stories of global achievement and advancement in the coaching industry. Whether on the micro or macro level, transformation begins with the individual and extends to create social progress.
Business leaders, coaches, and students can all benefit from hearing the insights of this ICF global leader. Many leaders are now utilizing coach training for managing and leading in their companies.
What you’ll learn:
- The value of an ICF credential in any niche
- How pro bono coaching advances society
- Connecting with peers, coaches and self to create community
- Impact of women’s leadership
- Coaching trends and research to share with prospective clients
Additionally, learn about the increased trend towards credentialing and the the impact of the return on investment for the hiring a coach to create progress.
Above all, come learn, have fun and grow your community!
Magdalena N. Mook is the Executive Director and CEO of the International Coach Federation (ICF). She joined the ICF in 2005 and has supported the ICF with extensive experience in fundraising, development, consulting and association management.
Previously, Magdalena worked as Assistant Director of National Policy and Director of Development with the Council of State Governments (CSG), a national association of state officials in all three branches of U.S. government. She oversaw the design and implementation of a development strategy for CSG, coordinated policy-specific research and implementation activities, and worked closely with USAID’s US-Asia Environmental Program. Prior to CSG, she served as program manager for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service.
Magdalena’s formal education includes an M.S. in Economics and International Trade from the Warsaw School of Economics in Poland and completion of the Copenhagen Business School’s Advanced Program in International Management and Consulting. She is also a trained coach through the College of Executive Coaching, and she holds a certificate in the Fundamentals of Systemic Coaching.
Magdalena is fluent in Polish, Russian, and English, and has a working knowledge of French.
$30 - ICFLA Members, Community Associates, and Student Associates
$40 - Guests
+ $5 - additional fee for registrations after Thursday (11:59 pm) May 9th.
+ $5 - additional fee for walk-ins.