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Webinar Events – Life Coaching isn’t Just for Grownups AND More Clients, Less Marketing

Thursday, February 15th – Webinar: Life Coaching Isn’t Just for Grownups
 
Life Coaching Isn’t Just for Grownups – Three Skills All Kids Should Learn Before the Age of 10 (and they work for grownups too)!
When faced with challenges or disappointments, most kids don’t have the tools to handle them. As a result, they often get down on themselves or give up on themselves – developing belief systems that can hold them back for the rest of their lives. As coaches, we’ve seen the impact of childhood events on adult clients over-and-over again!

Coaching isn’t just for grownups. It’s a game changer for our youth when they learn how to break through limiting beliefs and proactively create supportive beliefs to help them thrive. Life coaching can help kids learn how to use the power of their thoughts to handle the ups and downs of growing up and to develop a mindset for creating happiness, confidence, and success in life.

There is still time to register for this amazing webinar.  Click here!
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Tuesday, March 6th –  Webinar: More Clients, Less Marketing
 
More Clients, Less Marketing: How to Create More Leads and Income by Doing LESS
If you love coaching and want it to be easier to attract more clients consistently, join us!

This highly interactive class gives you the simplest, most effective way to generate a steady stream of high-end clients without giving up your nights and weekends. In a no-hype environment, we’ll create immediately implementable client generation tools, customized to your strengths and values.

Facilitator, Mary Cravets works with purpose-driven coaches to significantly grow their businesses without working nights and weekends. Her career focused on answering one question: “How do I make a living, making a difference?”
 

Quieting the Inner Critic – a very special webinar event

Special Event – the coming together of the ICF Western Region!

In collaboration with other chapters in the ICF western region, we welcome your participation in this upcoming webinar.

QUIETING THE INNER CRITIC

Helping your clients move beyond self-doubt and into playing bigger!

July 11 from 12 noon – 1:30 pm PST

Presented by:

Tara Mohr

CCEUs 1.5 Core Competency

ICF Vancouver Island Chapter Members $20.25, Non-members $33.75

All participants in this course will have the opportunity to toss their name in a hat, and 1 lucky winner will grab a seat at the table for the Playing Big Facilitators Training! (a $2699.00 value)

About the Webinar:

Imagine for a moment what your clients would be doing if they could quiet that voice of “I’m not ready yet,” or “I need to get another degree before I can do that,” or “I don’t really know what I’m talking about here.” 

We all grapple with self-doubt. And yet you know the amazing things your clients could do, and the joys they could experience, if only they weren’t being held back by insecurity.

This workshop is about how you can help them get there.In this special 90-minute workshop for coaches, Tara Mohr, author and leading coach, will share key concepts and coaching tools from her pioneering Playing Big Facilitators Training. You’ll leave being able to immediately use these tools to help your clients quiet their inner critics so they can make big changes and courageously go for their true dreams, in both their professional and personal lives.

This workshop is about how you can help them get there

You’ll learn:

• The root cause of your clients’ inner critics (it’s not what you think!)

• How to distinguish when you are hearing your clients’ inner critic versus a realistic assessment of risks or deficits

• How gender and ethnicity impact how clients’ inner critics show up

• Why you must have a strong inner critic toolkit if you’re a coach wanting to support women’s empowerment

• The common mistakes coaches make in working with clients around the inner critic

• Four highly effective tools that you can teach your clients to use when self-doubt arises, so that it no longer holds them back.

*Core Competency of Active Listening, Powerful Questioning, and Creating Awareness

About Tara:

Tara Sophia Mohr is a women’s leadership expert, speaker, author, educator and CTI-trained coach. She offers women wise, simple, and proven strategies to make big changes in their own lives, their careers, and the world at large. 

She’s the creator of the highly acclaimed Playing Big leadership program and the Playing Big Facilitators Training, for coaches, therapists and managers who support women in their personal and professional growth.

Tara is also the author of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create and Lead, published by Penguin Random House, and named a Best Book by Apple’s iBooks.

Tara’s work is known for its unique blend of intellectual rigor and intuitive wisdom, and has been featured on The Today Show and in publications ranging from The New York Times to Harvard Business Review to goop to MariaShriver.com. She’s been a speaker at venues ranging from BlogHer to TedxWomen to Emerging Women Live. Her Playing Big model has been part of leadership development programs at Starbucks, Google, Bank of America, Amazon.com, and many other companies. The Playing Big concepts have also been incorporated into middle and high schools in the US and UK to support girls’ leadership development.

Over 40,000 women from around the world follow Tara’s writing and wisdom. She is also a poet, and the author of Your Other Names: Poems for Wise Living. Learn more about Tara here.

Learn more about the Playing Big Facilitators Training, accredited for 46.5 CCE units – 21 in Core Competencies (CC).