Newer Coaches (Evening) Virtual SIG
Date: Tuesday, November 20th
Time: 6:00 - 7:30 PM Pacific
Leader: Keith Miller
Guest Speaker: Harriet Salinger, MSW
Topic: Newer Coach or a stuck a bit? - Learn and explore as we connect with those who have walked across the coals.
Location: Virtual Meeting via Zoom.us
"A unique Zoom video link will be provided for each session upon registration. Be sure to register every time you plan to attend to receive the updated link.”
Are you curious to know HOW others created their personal success formula towards a thriving coaching practice?
What would you ask them?
Because you will have that chance on our calls!
Curious to know how they felt, and how they navigated forward anyway? What did they do to get out of their own way?
Want to feel connected to the courageous journey we are all on?
Our calls will be 30 minutes of content, and discussion, followed by a coach guest; a professional coach whose success has more recently expanded, a seasoned coach, and a coach who is at the senior stage of her/his career...sharing her/his own personal ‘way.’
How often do you have such a rich interaction available from such an authentic place? Come and feel the love, connection, and generosity.
Harriett Simon Salinger offers a unique type of counsel and companionship. Dubbed the “The Wise Woman” by clients, friends, and colleagues, Harriett has spent a lifetime in service to others, growing into that identity: first, as a clinical social work psychotherapist for 32 years; next as a Master Certified Coach for more than 24 years; and most recently as a professionally-trained Spiritual Director. Learn more about Harriett on her website or connect with her on Linkedin or Twitter.
Keith Miller, PCC, ELI-mp; past president ICFLA
Keith loves coaching and believes ‘Nothing feels better than being of service to another human.’
Keith has been a lead ICF trainer for over 10 years and currently coaches executives who want to create a shift within themselves, and within the culture they lead. Keith supports executives to be at the ‘cause’ of their life and work experience, instead of being at the ‘effect.’