Relationship Systems Coaching – a webinar with Marita Fridjhon

MEETING THE SYSTEM: COACHING FROM RELATIONSHIP SYSTEMS INTELLIGENCE (RSI)

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017 – from 11 am to 12 pm PDT

Team Coaching is one of the most rapidly growing specializations within the coaching profession. And while we value the basic coaching skills of life/individual or executive coaching, it does require a different skill set in order for it to be effective. Many situations described as Team Coaching, from a systems perspective, actually is closer to what might be known as Group Coaching. In this webinar we will work on developing awareness for the difference between holding focus on the individuals within a team, vs making the Holonic shift to focusing on the collective entity of the entire team. In coaching intelligent teams, we hold the team entity to be the client instead of the individual players within the team. As we coach and engage with managers and leaders, it is important to bring modern Systems Thinking to bear on the vertical – personal – development as leader. In this webinar Marita will work on developing awareness for the difference between holding focus on the individual and/or the entire team.

The session will focus briefly on the 5 Principles of RSI, followed by a demonstration of operationalizing at least one of these principles to reveal the intelligent team that is available to the individual, partnership or team.

Outcomes

  • Learn with Marita how to coach clients to work with all their different parts, which is the first system and relationship set to work with.
  • Create a coaching agreement around how relationship matters and that it starts with being with the self, all of the self.
  • Build trust and intimacy with clients discovering their internal interdependence between different selves all playing a role in the client’s individual expression.
  • With powerful questions, coach clients how to leverage the strengths of different aspects of self.
  • Create a bridge between the systemic approaches in coaching teams, to the systemic approach in working with individuals.

About the Facilitator:

Marita Fridjhon MSW, PCC, CPCC, ORSC Certified

Marita is a coach and co-author of the ICF-accredited Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™) program, and CEO of CRR Global Inc. CRR Global currently has partners delivering programs through a global faculty of trainers in 15 different countries throughout Asia, Europe, Africa, Turkey, Israel and United Arab Emirates.

Raised in South Africa during the Apartheid era, Marita has dedicated her career to systemic evolution and operationalizing complex theories into user-friendly tools and strategies. With degrees and training in Clinical Social Work, Community Development, Process Work, Family Systems Therapy and Alternative Dispute Resolution, she brings not only considerable knowledge but also a deep understanding of Systemic Evolution.

Marita combined her professional practice and global experience (spanning Africa, Brazil, West Indies, London and currently the US) to create a groundbreaking team coaching model leveraging the power of relationship systems.

The practice of Relationship Systems Coaching, as trained in the ORSC model, is currently one of the most powerful models affecting large-scale, impactful community and organizational change. Team coaches trained in ORSC are active in dozens of countries, including: South Africa, Japan, China, France, Turkey, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Britain, North America and Spain, to name only some.

Marita is a popular public speaker, business consultant, master curriculum designer, and continues to hold a small practice of coaching teams and partnerships.

There is no cost for this fabulous webinar!

You can register through Eventbrite by clicking here

President’s Message and Invitation for ALL previous Board Members

“Long, Long Ago, in a Galaxy Far, Far Away….” Nope, that one was science fiction.

“Once Upon a Time…” No, no – that was a fairytale.

“Let’s start at the very beginning, a very good place to start…”  Caught you humming?

Well we can’t all sing like Julie Andrews in Sound of Music, but she did have a point. So where did the Vancouver Island Chapter of ICF start? How has our story unfolded? The Board recently held a second retreat to plan for the remainder of the year and beyond. We got curious about the chapter history.

A Vibrant Future

To make plans for the future, it is helpful to know where we came from. As part of ensuring we continue to have a strong, vibrant chapter, we are looking at succession management.  Here are some of the pieces we are working on:

  1. Recruitment Strategy 2018 – Nomination Committee      
  2. Revised Board Role Descriptions
  3. Revised Chapter By-Laws
  4. Updated Onboarding Handbook and Materials

We realized that nowhere in our existing documentation is there a history of the Vancouver Island Chapter.  Rather than dig through boxes of old musty files, sleuthing out information that may (or may not) be captured, and trying to fit it together like an old puzzle without the lid to guide us…. We thought it would be far more fun, and effective, to ask our previous board members!

Breakfast with the Board

If you have EVER served on the Vancouver Island Chapter Board, we want to hear your stories, insights, and perspective on the amazing development of our local ICF chapter.  We would like to arrange your registration to join us:

Event: Breakfast with the Board

Date: Saturday, September 9th

Time: 10 am – 12 noon

Location: 1803 Douglas Street – Suite 500*, Victoria

To get your TICKET to BREAKFAST please RSVP to president@vicoaches.org

*We would like to thank BDO Consulting for their generous sponsorship of providing a beautiful, creative space for us to explore our history, gather stories, and nurture our connection.

Don’t Miss Out!

Check out the remainder of this newsletter for more nuggets such as an upcoming Virtual Learning Opportunity (webinar) on Relationship Systems Coaching, reflections on the recent Magic of a workshop on Salt Spring Island, details about our new Community Outreach initiative, more insight into our member perspective on a potential Coaching Conference and a save-the-date for our Annual General Meeting.

Isn’t it delicious?  

Warmly,

Tracy

Message from the President – the half way point

And just like that, half the year has flown by!  From ethics to conversational intelligence, from polarity to inner critics, from strategic planning to hosting great conversations about the future of coaching… it’s been REAL.  By that, I mean it has been a time of building great RELATIONSHIPS, exploring and supporting a wide range of EVENTS and ACTIVITIES and of LEARNING about both coaching and leadership.

RELATIONSHIPS are the Foundation

I have had the opportunity to welcome new board members at the start of the year, to connect personally with many of our members at events in both Nanaimo and Victoria, to meet global leaders (ICF presidents) from around the world, and to build potential partnerships with other chapters.

One of the many things I love about the coaching community is the generosity of spirit.  When we reach out to one another, someone always steps in or up; for example to lead a coaching demo or offer laser coaching during International Coaching Week. Our members have offered workshops, training, and even door prizes for our events (gift certificates for coaching services, or handmade coaching cards). And a big thanks to the board members who have been supporting one another to ensure we deliver the quality services and experiences that we so mindfully committed to at the start of this year-long journey.

EVENTS and ACTIVITIES

As we strive toward the goal of advancing the coaching profession on Vancouver Island, we know that events and activities are a cornerstone of our development.  Having opportunities to network with one another, to share ideas, best practices, case studies, and resources – this is critical in a profession that depends on a code of ethics that maintains confidentiality.  We work alone, yet we belong to this incredible gracious community.

As members (and don’t forget, your board members are also ICF members) it is easy to get lost in our daily tasks or to keep our eye firmly fixed on the next set of deliverables.  We can quickly beat ourselves up for missing a workshop, not networking often enough, not taking advantage of everything that ICF offers, not, not, not.  Today, I propose that we take a moment to breathe and reflect on what has occurred, what has worked well for us, what we wish to celebrate or acknowledge:

Service Topic Mechanism Location Timing
Chapter Activity Strategic Planning Face to Face Victoria Jan 2017
Chapter Event Ethics Part 1* Webinar Virtual Jan 2017
Chapter Event Ethics Part 2* Webinar Virtual Feb 2017
Chapter Event Networking Social Face to Face Victoria Feb 2017
Chapter Event Ethics Part 3* Webinar Virtual Mar 2017
Chapter Activity Call for Proposals Email/newsletter Online Mar 2017
Communication Chapter Newsletter E-blast Online Mar 2017
Chapter Event Prep for your PCC* Webinar Virtual Apr 2017
Communication President’s Special Message E-blast Online Apr 2017
Chapter Activity Membership Renewals Mixed Mixed Apr 2017
Chapter Event Postcards from Poland Face to Face Nanaimo May 2017
Chapter Event Postcards from Poland Face to Face Victoria May 2017
Chapter Event Postcards from Poland Webinar Virtual May 2017
Chapter Event Member Benefits* Webinar Virtual May 2017
Chapter Event Lunch and Learn Face to Face Duncan May 2017
Chapter Event Coaching demo & laser coaching Face to Face Nanaimo May 2017
Chapter Event Conversational Intelligence* Webinar Virtual May 2017
Communication Chapter Newsletter E-blast Online May 2017
Chapter Event Polarity Thinking* Face to Face Victoria Jun 2017
Regional Event Quieting the Inner Critic* Webinar Virtual Jul 2017
Communication Member Survey (re: Regional Conference) Email Online Jul 2017
Communication Chapter Newsletter E-blast Online Jul 2017

*CCEU’s offered

Between January and July 2017 

Events and Activities

~ 15 events

~ 8 webinars (virtual – anyone can attend from anywhere)

~ 6 face to face (3 in Victoria, 2 in Nanaimo, 1 in Duncan)

~ 3 activities (1 for the board, 2 for membership)

Communication and Engagement

* 3 chapter newsletters

*  1 President’s Special Message

*  1 member survey

*  Numerous targeted communication re: specific events

NOTE: Don’t forget the behind-the-scenes work to ensure financial tracking and reporting, governance and records management, and succession planning for 2018.

 LEARNING … I just can’t get enough

I took on this role as a way to get more involved in this amazing professional community. I wanted to connect more often, be challenged in my thinking, and expand my understanding.  I honestly do not believe I had any idea of the depth and breadth of professional development opportunities that ICF makes available to us!

Now having the privilege of sitting in the President’s role, I want to support as many of the events and activities as possible, having a personal presence that models the learning organization that I believe us to be.  While it has not always been easy to carve out the time, as I reflect on the various sessions that I have attended, I am blown away by the growing I have been invited to do.

What is really weird is that I keep showing up at the sessions, and it seems as if each time, there is something going on in my professional or personal life that really needs that specific learning at that moment.  A shout out to Diane Lloyd for the conversational intelligence workshop (the 3 levels of conversations continues to resonate), and to Laurie Hillis for the polarity thinking workshop (my infinity loop could benefit from this new “and” perspective).

And if this wasn’t enough learning, my role as President offers a whole new treasure box as I delve into leading a volunteer board, strategic planning, connecting to the global organization, linking to regional activities and navigating all kinds of new technical tools.

 

What About YOU?

And there is more to come!  Roll up your sleeves, or slip into your metaphorical swimsuit and jump right in.  The coaching water is truly fine.

Join us for a workshop on Salt Spring Island in August (check out the article in this month’s newsletter), a new community outreach initiative in the fall (stay tuned), more webinars, at least one more networking event and of course our December AGM.

Warmly,

Tracy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

President’s Message for May and June

Happy June!

 

I am excited that we are choosing to focus this newsletter on the many International Coaching Week events this year that brought our membership together and also served to reach out to our business community.  It’s been a whirlwind of activity – proudly supported not only by your Board, but also several committee members.

Striving to create a mix of awareness for members and the community, and ensuring a balance of face-to-face and virtual options, the ripple effect was felt from Comox, through Nanaimo, in Duncan and down through to Victoria.  From a lunch and learn to a Chamber of Commerce, to a coaching demo and laser coaching sessions for a business – a big thank you to our members who stepped up to offer the experience of being coached.  Your efforts have expanded someone’s understanding of the power of professional coaching.

In case you missed the opportunity to participate, I hope the short articles in this newsletter about the many ICW activities will give you a reason to celebrate this amazing profession and organization you have joined.

As with all experiences, there was learning for everyone, including for us, your Board.  We appreciate the feedback around not only the effectiveness of the events, but also around the trickiness of our communication about ICW week.  We are trying to balance our desire to reach out, with some compassion for email overload, and in that endeavor, some of you may not feel as if you had enough information about what we planned for the week.  We are reviewing our approach and will launch our week differently next year.  Please share your ideas with Carol at communications@vicoaches.org  on how to best loop you in!

And finally, what a dynamic organization!  I am thrilled to see members stepping up to share their expertise, helping is to grow in our understanding and skills.  The exchange of knowledge is gracious and generous. So far this year we have experienced Ethics (in three parts) with Lily Seto, Mary Prefontaine and Michael J. Marx, Preparing for your PCC with Tracey Burns, and Conversational Intelligence with Diane Lloyd.  That’s one per month, not even counting the ICW events!

Thanks for breathing life into our chapter,

Tracy Houser

President

Vancouver Island Coaches Association

Special President’s Message

It was such a great privilege to represent you, our Vancouver Island Chapter, at the ICF Global Leaders Forum in Warsaw, Poland, in late March.  It was a delight to share the work being done here on the island, to acknowledge our fabulous Leadership Team and you, our committed and passionate members.  I am so proud of the wide range of events, the gracious sharing and deep sense of community (including our outreach projects) that helps us advance the profession of coaching on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands!

The Poland experience was such an extraordinary opportunity on so many levels.  I couldn’t wait to share my hope and inspiration regarding you, my fellow coaches, as well as how I benefited in many unexpected ways.

Global Perspective

As I listened to coaching leaders from over 70 countries, I was reminded that our membership brings us connection to a huge and powerful coaching presence and energy in the world unlike any other—one that is completely based in helping humanity flourish all over the globe.

My eyes and ears were opened broadly; my sense of perspective about the fantastic coaching that is going on worldwide was greatly expanded.  I left Poland in awe of both global coaches and the Polish people.  There were astonishing projects tackled by both large and small ICF Chapters: projects with non-profits or in communities that extended way beyond individual coaching offerings.  Prism awards were given to many chapters; it was staggering to hear what these collective groups of coaches were able to accomplish in just one year.  (Go to ICF.org to read about these fantastic accomplishments)

Western Regional Advisory Committee

The Western Regional Advisory Council (WRAC) did great work and produced many new coaching connections.  Our 17 Western regional chapter leaders met Sunday afternoon where we dug into strategic priorities and how to tackle them on a regional level over the coming months in a way that will enhance the work of each chapter. Several of the ICF Global Board members dropped into our meeting, giving us the opportunity to ask questions and share feedback.

Check it Out for Yourself

I had the opportunity to exchange ideas with Janet (UK), and Greg (Edmonton), Jude (Texas), John (Kelowna), Jennifer (Portland), Suzan (Tasmania, Australia), Diana (Romania), Denis (Ottawa), Barbara (Ohio), and the list goes on to include amazing coaches from Kenya, France, Hungary, Singapore, Spain, Poland and so many more.

Please join me during International Coaching Week for Postcards from Poland’ either in person in Nanaimo May 15th Postcards from Poland or Victoria May 18th Postcards from Poland or online May 24th Postcards from Poland.  I am planning to share some of the specific coaching projects, initiatives, learning and next steps from around the world. I was inspired by Quebec’s one-day coaching conference, humbled by the communication challenges in China, and intrigued by the work being done in Mumbai and Kenya.  I interviewed four global board members and captured their video messages to Vancouver Island chapter – fervently wishing you a sense of the excitement and hope for the future!

Our Wish For You

Your ICF Vancouver Island Leadership Team (Board) has launched the 2017 work of the chapter with our theme of ‘Infinite Possibilities’. Check out our 2017 Strategic Vision & Actions.  We have been busy offering learning opportunities (Ethics in 3 parts, Preparing for your PCC, Conversational Intelligence), writing up communications (2 newsletters, social media and event notifications), building community (February social event), administering renewals, welcoming new folks to meetings, offering support and guidance, and driving special event planning such as International Coaching Week – whew and it’s only April?

We will keep doing all those things and with the new connections through this Global Leadership Forum, we will tap into our peers in other chapters in our region as well as global best practices. To really take part in the smorgasbord, however, we need to do a better job of engaging you in something you are excited about. That’s my takeaway from GLF2017. Let’s see what we want on our plate that brings more of you to the table, hungry to engage. 

Warmly,

Tracy

Educational and Social Events framework

Kathleen Asher, our new Events Director prepared these fabulous frameworks to give us all insight into the year ahead.  The Leadership Team wants you to know how we are planning for events this year and welcome your insights, comments and suggestions.  If you click on the links below, you will see the graphic visions for events for 2017.

Newsletter VICA Educational Events Framework for 2017 (1)

Newsletter VICA Social Events Planning Framework for 2017 (1)

from the President’s Desk

This week finds our President, Tracy Houser, winging her way to the ICF Global Conference in Warsaw, Poland.  She takes with her our questions and contributions and of course, best wishes for safe travel.  The president from each chapter was asked to share their chapter’s strategic vision and plan.  Here is the graphic for ours:

Each level of the pyramid has intentions, goals and activities that the Leadership Team has taken on to support the membership.  For example, under Coaching Excellence, we identified:

  • Events to support Professional Development and Networking Opportunities – Creating opportunities for our members through strategic alliances with other associations – International Coach Week as the outcomes that we see as key to supporting Coaching Excellence.

2017 VICA Strategic Vision – Actions

The theme of Infinite Possibilities resonates throughout the Strategic Vision for 2017 and each communication we have with our membership reflects our commitment to that for every coach on Vancouver Island.

We will continue to tell you about ways to be involved, opportunities to learn and coach and reminders about how valuable it is to be in the company of other coaches.

Happy Spring!

Community Relations Project Request for expression of interest: coach-facilitators/trainers

Taking coaching to the community: a project about learning, connecting and contributing

SUMMARY

This year-long project is designed to build relationships with our communities through coaching demonstrations while building and enhancing skills for member-coaches.

For 2017-2018, community relations work will focus on bringing coaching demonstrations into organizations and businesses in communities on Vancouver Island.

The project involves:

  • recruiting experienced coaches to learn new skills and deliver coaching demonstrations;
  • securing coach facilitators and trainers to provide face-to-face and video learning for coaches in two areas: ‘coaching at the front of the room’, and ‘engaging organizations in the coaching conversation’, and
  • enrolling organizations and business in hosting demonstration coaching sessions in their establishments

At the end of the year we’ll evaluate the initiative to discover what worked well and what might need to change.

 What we are looking for:

We are looking for facilitators/trainers to provide face-to-face workshops in two areas:

  • ONE: how to ‘coach at the front of the room’, and
  • TWO: how to ‘engage organizations in the coaching conversation’

These workshops must be interactive and must include opportunities for participants to use and practice the skills they are learning.

*Facilitators need to be available to provide training between May and August 2017.

What’s in this for you?

  • 1 free banner ad on ICF Vancouver Island website and Facebook page (event registration is managed by the Events Director through Eventbrite)
  • Visibility and exposure to our ICF Vancouver Island chapter
  • Opportunity to establish and further develop your presentations/workshops through real-time feedback/input from attendees

Please note we are a non-profit organization and due to a limited budget, we do not pay for speakers or their travel or other costs.

PREPARING YOUR PROPOSAL

Review the ICF Definition of Coaching on the ICF website, which is the WHAT of ICF coaching;

Review the ICF Core Competencies and the ICF Ethics & Standards on the ICF website – these define the HOW of ICF coaching.

Determine how your presentation/workshop can best address the community relations project objectives.

Please ensure that your presentation/workshop focuses on education and learning rather than promotion or marketing of your business/product.

ICF CCEU’s – please indicate if you have delivered this type of training to other ICF chapters and previously received ICF approved CCEU’s. If your proposal is accepted and you do not have pre-approved CCEU’s we will work with you to initiate a chapter request to ICF Global on your behalf.

Submission Format: – please provide a 200-word summary of your approach and indicate *suggested dates for availability

Attach a JPEG professional photo

Email your completed proposal submission to events@vicoaches.org by noon (Pacific) on Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

 

* We will be reviewing numerous proposals and a consistent format allows us to appropriately review and assess your proposal. Proposals that are submitted in a different format will be returned.

AFTER YOUR PROPOSAL IS RECEIVED

We will acknowledge receipt of your proposal within five business days and will respond with our decision regarding your proposal within 30 days of the closing date for submissions.

Our review will consider the following criteria:

  • Presentation meets ICF guidelines for training
  • Topic addresses community relations project objectives
  • Presenter respects our commitment to minimize self-promotion or product sales
  • Educational Value; your approach and content will enable coached to deliver on the project objectives
  • Speaker addresses needs of all coach experience levels

After acceptance of your proposal we will send you more specific information pertinent to scheduling your presentation.

Questions?

Please contact our Director of Community Relations (communityrelations@vicoaches.org)

Thank you for your interest in supporting our ICF Chapter!

President’s Message

Welcome to 2017 and all the possibilities the New Year offers us!  I am thrilled to be standing side by side with an extraordinary group of people who are committed to the Vancouver Island Chapter of the International Coach Federation.

Strategic Visioning Session

Eager to leverage the momentum of the previous board’s work this new leadership team came together on January 14th to launch into a year of amazing and infinite possibilities of advancing the coaching profession.

Our Vice President, Maeve O’Byrne opened the day by thanking the traditional peoples on whose land we gathered for our strategic session.  Our focus moved to getting orientated to the global ICF perspective (vision and strategy), thanks to Past President, Tracey Burns.  The day moved quickly as we explored roles and responsibilities, a high level overview of our mandate, good governance, and a review of the VI-ICF 5 year strategic plan.

Why?

Because the team wanted to ensure solid grounding to guide us as we created a vision and plan for 2017.  As coaches, it was our curiosity that led the way: How can we best serve our membership? What previous successes can we build on? What learning moments will help us take coaching to the next level? How can we listen more deeply, involve the membership more meaningfully, hold the space for more creativity, and share our gifts effectively while remaining healthy and whole?

How?

We wanted to ensure our hearts were engaged in the work; that this team of relative strangers could form a shared vision and learn enough about one another’s gifts and strengths to then bring that vision alive.  And so we bounced ideas and created a nine-panel vision board (see photo).

While there are many pieces of technology available to support us, it was the old-fashioned calendars on the wall, colour-coded sticky notes and conversation that spurred us to action. We drafted a high-level plan that includes learning, connection, exploration, communication and engagement.

What?

Webinar and face-to-face Learning Sessions, face-to-face social events, regular newsletters, coach activism projects and International Coaching Week are but a few of the highlights.  Next step is to refine our plan with details so we can share it early – you’ll want to mark your calendars with all of the awesome coaching related goodies we are lining up for you.

So What?

So stay tuned for a high-level calendar for 2017 (due to you in early March).  In the meantime, this team knows there is much work to be done. So how do we get there from here? Each person was invited to choose one of the nine vision panels to take away and build the vision for their specific role on the flip side – always remaining connected to the bigger picture.

And the day wrapped up with each of us offering a single word:

 

Electric

Expansive

Invigorated

Inclusive

Release

Excited

Inspired

Infinite

Falling in Love….

I am honoured to be part of this amazing leadership team. I sincerely hope you will enjoy the coaching journey with us this year.

Warmly,

Tracy Houser

President

 

Welcome Aboard 2017 Board of Directors + AGM Recap

We brunched.
We voted. 
We rallied holiday cheer! 
The AGM + Holiday Brunch held on Saturday, December 10 was full of celebration for the contributions of the past year while welcoming in the possibilities that reside in the coming year.
We are pleased to announce the elected 2017 Board of Directors for our Vancouver Island ICF Charter Chapter:
President: Tracy Houser
Vice President: Maeve O’Byrne
Director, Communications: Carol Vickers
Director, Events: Kathleen Asher
Director, Secretary: David Crumpton
Director, Membership: Helen Wale
Director, Community Relations: Claire Rettie
Director, Treasurer: John Burr
Past President: Tracey Burns
Once again our gratitude to the outgoing Board: Lily Seto, Cammie Peterman, Darrin Bridge, Mary Prefontaine, Gina Ross, Teri Brigden and Tammy-Rose Dewar.
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 Hatley Castle at Royal Roads University was the perfect location to embody the holiday spirit and the regal feeling that comes with rich coaching connections. The food was plentiful as was a community presence that resulted in donations for the Mustard Seed. The generosity continued with the offering of door prizes from many of the outgoing Board of Directors in the way of coaching sessions.
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Our warm gratitude extends to Royal Roads University for helping us to make the AGM + Holiday Brunch a connective success! In particular, we appreciate the special efforts of Annette Siewertsen, of Royal Roads, who continuously goes above and beyond to support our local ICF Charter Chapter. Thank you, Annette.
More gratitude to share (because we can never be too thankful).
You will see from the photographs that the outgoing Events Director, Mary Prefontaine, has a gift for planning and an eye for details that results in creating magical convening spaces! Thank you, Mary. Tracey Burns, outgoing President, added to the day by facilitating the AGM with ease, leadership and grace. All the outgoing Board of Directors (see names above) contributed in making the day a success (from making proxy calls, reviewing policies and supporting the behind the scenes work). We offer a fond thank you to Lily Seto, outgoing Past President, who has served on the VI ICF Board of Directors for many years. Your wisdom and dedication are deeply appreciated and have made a lasting impact on our Chapter.
Finally, we extend our thanks to YOU! We are grateful for all the Vancouver Island Coaches who continue to enrich and co-create our vibrant and engaged coaching community.
We look forward to cheering on the new Board of Directors as they blaze their path over the coming year!
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