The Vancouver Island Coaches Association is pleased to present “The Sustainability of Coaching” as our International Coaching Week (ICW) theme for May 20-23, 2014. The focus will be on looking after ourselves, our business, our clients, and our community. This …
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It is with gratitude and awe that I reflect on our Chapter’s 2013. We have accomplished much! Our chapter is now 133 amazing members strong, and more are credentialed.
We’ve piloted a Coaching in Community
project; updated as well as …
Click the link below to see a full description of Lynda Monk’s presentation on January 14, 2014.
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
AGM From: 6:00 – 6:30 PM
Presentation by Lynda Monk: …
ORSC Fundamentals of Relationship
January 24th -25th
910 Fort St. 3rd Floor
A few short years ago, social media seemed to be a fad, but it is clear today that social media tools are growing in significance, especially for business use. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, blogs and many other channels of …
Sunday 8:30am to 4:30pm
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Course participants get the opportunity to explore Co-Active Coaching in a
small group, where the focus is on active participants and practical
As we are in the season of thanksgiving, I’ve been reflecting on gratitude, abundance, and happiness. I recently watched a program on PBS entitled, “The Happiness Advantage”. Shawn Achor, a researcher on the science of positive psychology, spoke about his findings regarding the ability to experience more happiness in our lives.
There are thousands of assessments on the market that coaches could utilize in their practice of coaching. Part of a coach’s role is to determine if an assessment would be useful and determine best fit for their client in helping …
What is Going On?
On July 5th, 2013, a team of coaches,including Scott Moon Mitchell, Yvonne Mann, Kim Renee Cote, and Shigenori Murata, interested in Community Relations met in Duncan. The purpose of our meeting was to clarify, expand and formalize terms of reference for a committee responsible for supporting the role of the Community Relations Director. It is my distinct honour to communicate, on behalf of our committee, what we discussed around the table while having lunch.