Save the Date: 2017 ICF Gulf Coast Annual Workshop

By Dr. Grady Batchelor, CMC, PCC

Mark your calendars and plan to join the ICF Gulf Coast Chapter for the 2017 Annual Workshop in Jackson, MS on March 16-17, 2017 with Ann Betz, CPCC, PCC, CNTC, for The Neuroscience of the ICF Competencies: Using Neuroscience for Greater Client Engagement and Coaching Effectiveness.

The Neuroscience of the ICF Competencies:
Using Neuroscience for Greater Client Engagement and Coaching Effectiveness

Ann Betz, CPCC, PCC, CNTC
Ann Betz, CPCC, PCC, CNTC

What: 2017 Annual ICF Gulf Coast Workshop with on The Neuroscience of the ICF Competencies: Using Neuroscience for Greater Client Engagement and Coaching Effectiveness

When: March 16-17, 2017

Where: Jackson, MS

How: More to follow on the venue, early bird pricing, agenda, etc.

Who: Ann Betz, CPCC, PCC, CNTC, is the co-founder of BEabove Leadership and an international speaker and trainer on the intersection of neuroscience, coaching and human transformation. Ann served as the neuroscience consultant to The Coaches Training Institute (CTI) for many years, and provides neuroscience, leadership and coaching consulting to many other corporations and non-profits, including the International Coach Federation (ICF).

Ann is also the co-developer/leader of BEabove Leadership’s popular training program for advanced coaches: Neuroscience, Consciousness and Transformational Coaching, which has been offered in the U.S, Canada, Mexico, Turkey, China, Norway, and the United Kingdom.

A certified professional coach for over 14 years, Ann is the author of a groundbreaking white paper on brain research and coaching. She contributes to Choice Magazine,Coaching at WorkCoaching World, the ICF and CTI’s blogs, and other coaching and HR publications.

Ann is the lead author of Integration, the power of being Co-Active in work and life,an exploration of consciousness and the future (John Hunt Publishing, 2015), as well as a ground-breaking white paper on the neuroscience of the ICF competencies. She is also an international  speaker on neuroscience, leadership and coaching, and she excels at making the complexities of the brain come to life with depth, humor and simplicity.

She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her two very enlightened cats.

Read Ann’s blog at www.yourcoachingbrain.wordpress.com.

 

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