Our monthly meetings and events feature exciting experts who build coaching competencies, stimulate creativity and inspire action toward personal and business goals. Plus, they provide an opportunity to interact with fellow coaches and belong to a supportive, professional coaching community. We also offer Continuing Education Units for those maintaining their International Coach Federation (ICF) credentials. Check below to see the full listing of events and to register.

Upcoming events

    • Thu, August 25, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
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    1 Core CCE

    In this presentation, we'll focus on how to set a solid agreement (competency 3) as well as closing the session (competency 8)

    Presenter - Ann Fogolin, MCC

    My name is Ann Fogolin. I'm a professional Coach who has been working with, learning from, and growing with my clients for nearly 20 years. In fact, before I became an accredited Coach, I began my career with my first passion: Education. I've gone from working as a teacher to educational consulting, where I helped educators build a better classroom by empowering teachers and emphasizing student collaboration.

    My fascination with building better methods to learn, interact, and overcome challenges has led me here - to launch Becuz I Matter©. Over the past two decades I have committed to making a difference for people by truly listening to them, helping them realize they always have a choice, and supporting them in their journey towards their best solutions.


    • Thu, September 08, 2022
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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    How Vision Acts as a Lever for Change (ICF South Carolina hosting)

    CCEU: 1.0 CC, .5 RD



    Description: 

    This webinar will feature research that demonstrates how crafting a personal vision optimizes the brain for development and change. Anchored in Intentional Change Theory, a cornerstone of vision-based coaching is the ability to help others connect core elements of their past to their dreams and aspirations, creating an image of an ideal future that fosters hope and openness to new possibilities. This image of an ideal future, along with the positive emotions it engenders, can help to overcome inertia, motivating and sustaining individuals on a path of intentional development. Through the process of visioning, a living “statement” emerges as a tangible product of the coaching process. When the vision statement is used “first and frequently,” it promotes the joyful pursuit of goals leading to lasting change.

    Learning Objectives:

    In this webinar we will:

    - Explain Intentional Change Theory (Boyatzis, 2008) with a focus on translation of theory to practice as it relates to visioning.

    - Share published and emerging research on visioning in the brain

    - Discuss best practices for working with vision in coaching




    Presenter Bio: 

    Dr. Angela Passarelli is an Associate Professor of Management at the College of Charleston, SC, and Director of Research at the Institute of Coaching, McLean/Harvard Medical School. She also serves as a research fellow with the Coaching Research Lab and an instructor of executive education at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.

    Angela has a long-standing interest in how people, especially organizational leaders, transform as individuals and collectives to realize their full potential. This draws her to topics such as leader development, intentional change, experiential learning, emotional intelligence, organizational neuroscience, motivation, self-regulation, wellbeing, and developmental relationships. Her current research focuses on how coaching relationships support learning and behavior change throughout one’s career. In particular, she is engaged in work that examines how coaching outcomes are shaped by characteristics of the individual being coached, the interaction between the coach and coachee, and competencies of the coach. She also studies the efficacy of coaching interventions for special populations, such as women entrepreneurs, new working mothers, and physicians.

    Her work has been published in both academic and practitioner journals such as the Leadership Quarterly, Social Neuroscience, Organizational Research Methods, and the Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research. Angela also serves as a representative-at-large on the board of the Organizational Neuroscience division at the Academy of Management.

    Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, Case Western Reserve University

    M.S., Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education, Texas A&M University

    B.S., Psychology & General Business, James Madison University


    Since this webinar is being offered by ICF Global, registration requires a two-step process.

    The first step is to register with our chapter . Once you successfully register and make the payment, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to register with ICF-Global. Payment is only required during the first step. The second step authorizes ICF-Global to send you the Zoom link for the webinar.



    Since this webinar is being offered by ICF Global, registration requires a two-step process.

    The first step is to register with ICF-Virginia . Once you successfully register and make the payment, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to register with ICF-Global. Payment is only required during the first step. The second step authorizes ICF-Global to send you the Zoom link for the webinar.


    • Thu, September 22, 2022
    • Zoom
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    During our time together we will look at the basic principles needed for a solid public speaking engagement. We will also have time for discussion and Q&A. 

    Attendees will leave with the basics skills of public speaking. What is needed to be able to present their topic in a clear and engaging way.


    • Thu, October 13, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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    The Four Stages of Psychological Safety (ICF Central Florida hosting

    CCEU: 1.5 CC



    Description: 

    In 2021, organizations around the world are striving to achieve two goals: First, to create a sanctuary of inclusion. Second, to create an incubator of innovation. These goals can only be accomplished when leaders model and reinforce psychological safety to activate the full potential of people. Psychological safety refers to “an environment of rewarded vulnerability”. But psychological safety is not a binary proposition. It's a matter of degree. When leaders nurture psychological safety to the highest levels, individuals are able to climb the ladder of personal vulnerability and do four things:

    1.Feel included 2. Feel safe to learn 3. Feel safe to contribute and 4. Feel safe to challenge the status quo

    And when organizations progress through the 4 stages, they can, in fact, create sanctuaries of inclusion and incubators of innovation.



    Learning Objectives:

    · Participants will receive a deep understanding of the concepts, skills, and behaviors that will help participants create high levels of psychological safety in their organizations to unleash and accelerate the development of their people.

    · They'll also walk away with LeaderFactor’s What is Psychological Safety? eBook and the 4 Stages Behavioral Guide




    Presenter Bio: 

    Tim is founder and CEO of LeaderFactor and ranks as a global authority in the fields of senior executive development, strategy acceleration, and organizational change and is the author of five books including his most recent, “The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety” (Berrett Koehler 2020).

    Tim has a plethora of articles on leadership, change, strategy, human capital, culture, and employee engagement in publications such as Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Fast Company. He is a highly sought-after advisor, coach, and facilitator to CEOs and senior leadership teams. He has worked with leading organizations around the world.

    Dr. Clark earned a doctorate degree in Social Science from Oxford University and was both a Fulbright and British Research Scholar. He also earned a master’s degree in Government and Economics from the University of Utah. As an undergraduate at Brigham Young University, he was named a first-team Academic All-American football player where he completed a triple degree cum laude.



    Since this webinar is being offered by ICF Global, registration requires a two-step process.

    The first step is to register with our chapter . Once you successfully register and make the payment, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to register with ICF-Global. Payment is only required during the first step. The second step authorizes ICF-Global to send you the Zoom link for the webinar.



    Since this webinar is being offered by ICF Global, registration requires a two-step process.

    The first step is to register with ICF-Virginia . Once you successfully register and make the payment, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to register with ICF-Global. Payment is only required during the first step. The second step authorizes ICF-Global to send you the Zoom link for the webinar.


    • Thu, October 27, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
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    Unfortunately, being a great coach isn’t enough. Coaching schools often teach how to be masterful at coaching, but they don’t teach you how to attract clients that you’re excited to work with. It’s zero fun to know how to coach but not have enough clients to work with. (Plus, it makes your business look more like a hobby.) That’s why this presentation is literally one you can’t afford to miss. A successful coaching business isn’t built by hope, luck, or chance. And, when you register for this presentation, you’ll learn the exact steps that successful coaches follow (without the fluff) to build thriving practices.

    The 5 critical elements that will allow you to create rapid results (and ditch incremental growth once and forever!) -The exact roadmap that will lead to more income, impact, and freedom in your business and life. How shifting an invisible - and powerful - element is the foundation for building your thriving coaching practice. Why getting bold about your vision changes everything (this isn’t what you think!)


    • Thu, December 08, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
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    1 Core

    Amy Schoen shares how to discover a deeper way to look at your values, learn how to bring into focus what truly matters for your clients and how to utilize these core values as a rudder to help with their life’s decisions. This is an experiential talk with opportunities to practice with another coach the concepts taught. The coach will learn why knowing one's relationship values versus personal values is instrumental to developing successful relationships. (Core Competencies include: Establishing Trust, Powerful Questions and Active Listening)


Past events

Thu, August 11, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar:Our Inner World: Coaching in the Presence of Trauma (ICF Charlotte hosting)
Thu, June 23, 2022 Cohort Connection Groups: A Practicum to Group Coaching you can Leverage with Leaders- Monthly Chapter Meeting
Thu, May 26, 2022 Maximizing Your (AND Your Client's) Professional Credibility!
Thu, April 28, 2022 Evoking Awareness: 3 Best Practices for Sharing Observations, Insights and Feelings, Without Attachment- Monthly Chapter Meeting
Thu, April 14, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar: Three Keys to Negotiating Success (ICF Virginia hosting)
Thu, March 24, 2022 Fear & Your Life as You Know It: Coaching from the Inside Out
Thu, March 10, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar: Fun with Coaching "Stuck" (ICF North Texas hosting)
Thu, February 24, 2022 Mini Habits: A Small Tool for Big Success
Thu, February 10, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar: From Expression to Impact: The Uses of Arts-Based Experiential Learning in Leadership and Personal Coaching
Thu, December 16, 2021 December Chapter Meeting
Thu, October 21, 2021 October Chapter Meeting
Thu, October 14, 2021 October ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: The Power of Emotions-Centered Coaching
Thu, September 23, 2021 Fear & Your Life as You Know It: Coaching from the Inside Out
Thu, September 23, 2021 September Chapter Meeting
Mon, September 20, 2021 ICF AR OK Chapter Board Meeting (September)
Thu, September 09, 2021 September ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Body, Brain & Behavior
Thu, August 26, 2021 August Chapter Meeting: Time & Action Mastery for a Thriving Coaching Business
Thu, August 12, 2021 August ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Mini Habits - A Small Tool for Big Success
Mon, July 19, 2021 ICF AR OK Chapter Board Meeting (July)
Mon, June 28, 2021 ICF AR OK Chapter Board Meeting (June)
Thu, June 24, 2021 June Chapter Meeting: Cultural Intelligence, Coaching Competencies, and the Coach
Thu, June 10, 2021 June ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: The Neuroscience of the ICF Core Competencies
Thu, May 27, 2021 May ICF AR-OK Chapter Meeting
Mon, May 17, 2021 "Coaching as a Meaningful Profession in the Digital Age" Interactive Webinar
Thu, May 13, 2021 ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Why Ethics Matter in Coaching?
Thu, April 22, 2021 April Chapter Meeting: Core Competency #8: Facilitates Client Growth
Mon, April 19, 2021 ICF AR OK Chapter Board Meeting
Thu, April 08, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar: How to 100X Your Impact as a Coach
Thu, March 25, 2021 Chapter Meeting
Mon, March 15, 2021 Board Meeting
Thu, March 11, 2021 ICF Southeast Regional Webinar: When Clients Attack
Thu, February 18, 2021 Chapter Meeting
Mon, February 15, 2021 Board Meeting
Thu, February 11, 2021 ICF Southeast Regional Webinar: "See" what I mean?
Wed, February 10, 2021 Coach to Creator: Business Builder Series
Wed, January 27, 2021 Mastering the Fundamentals of a Successful Coaching Business
Thu, January 21, 2021 Chapter Meeting (Virtual)
Mon, January 18, 2021 Board Member Meeting
Thu, January 14, 2021 ICF Southeast Regional Webinar
Wed, January 13, 2021 Mastering the Fundamentals of a Successful Coaching Business
Mon, November 16, 2020 ICF AR-OK Board Meeting
Tue, October 27, 2020 VISION 2020 Virtual Experience
Thu, October 22, 2020 ICF AR-OK Chapter Meeting
Mon, October 19, 2020 ICF AR-OK Board Meeting
Mon, October 05, 2020 Northwest Arkansas Professional Coaches Network
Thu, September 24, 2020 ICF AR-OK Chapter Meeting
Mon, September 21, 2020 ICF AR-OK Board Meeting
Thu, August 27, 2020 ICF AR-OK Chapter Meeting
Thu, June 25, 2020 Chapter Meeting



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