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Date(s) - 22/09/2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


About this Event

ICF-Vancouver Island is delighted to bring together members to learn from each other in this engaging and relevant Discussion Forum on September 22 with insight about networking when we can’t meet up like we used to.

Join panelists Erin Acton and Sue Maitland for a discussion on:

  • the role networking/relationship building can and does play for coaches
  • what’s changed in networking in recent months
  • best practices for coaches when networking for client generation and business supports

Drawing from their own experiences, each panelist will share how they’ve adapted their approach to networking over the past year, and discuss their own learning curve, provide examples and tips, and answer your questions.

There will be plenty of time for group discussion.

About the Panelists:

Erin Acton, PCC: Picture this: you dream of changing the world through your business but when you sit at your desk to get started, the overwhelm hits and you don’t know where to start. Imagine instead having the clarity, systems and support to act on those dreams.

Erin helps smart, savvy but stuck business owners with the ACT ON It Success System. An ICF PCC life and business coach and international speaker, Erin has spent the last three years leading the Victoria chapter of eWomenNetwork, a global organization on a mission to help one million women business owners to make one million dollars in annual revenue.

Sue Maitland, PCC is a professional life and career transitions coach and a recognized expert in networking. She is frequently invited to speak on the topic of networking at conferences and professional association meetings. She delivers bi-monthly virtual Networking for Success workshops and each participant enjoys a valuable 1-on-1 networking strategy session with Sue after the workshop.

Sue overcame her own dislike of networking and is now a passionate advocate for the benefits of strategically growing your network and her goal is to help others realize that networking can be both fun and rewarding.