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Whether you are seeking a coach or are a coach, ICF North Texas (ICF NT) is the best professional coaching resource in Dallas/Fort Worth!


  

Are you a long time or new coach,or just curious? Executive, life or business coach? ICF North Texas is a professional resource for you.


 

  

 
 
 
 

 


 

Whether you are seeking a
coach or are a coach,
ICF North Texas (ICF NT)
is the best professional
coaching resource in
Dallas/Fort Worth!


 

 

Whether you are seeking a
coach or are a coach,
ICF North Texas (ICF NT)
is the best professional
coaching resource in
Dallas/Fort Worth!


 

 

Whether you are seeking a
coach or are a coach,
ICF North Texas (ICF NT)
is the best professional
coaching resource in
Dallas/Fort Worth!


 

 

Whether you are seeking a
coach or are a coach,
ICF North Texas (ICF NT)
is the best professional
coaching resource in
Dallas/Fort Worth!


 

Our Mission

Our mission is to grow and develop a competent coaching community that drives results for individual coaches and those they serve. We do this by providing strong credentialed coaches, educational programs, and rich resources for internal and external coaches, and organizations and individuals seeking coaches. 
  

 
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March 13, 2015 Monthly Meeting

Coaching for Client Success: The Missing Link

 
Presenter: Ray White
 
We are called on to coach people because they either want to be more successful or they want to be happier. They often chase success hoping it will lead to happiness. The science shows us that happiness actually leads to success and the happiness habits you create daily will make you more successful.
 
If you are not familiar with Ray White, you can get a two minute taste of his approach through this YouTube video..   

In this session, Ray White will cover how to create success through happiness.  He will walk us through the 7 science based concepts outlined in his Amazon Bestseller Connecting Happiness and Success. The 7 concepts include: explaining the difference between pleasure and happiness, taking control of your life, positive relationships, higher purpose, defining success, clarifying and prioritizing milestones for success, and creating habits that lead to happiness and success. 
 
General Session Learning Outcomes:  
  1. Become familiar with the 7 concepts necessary to create Success through Happiness
  2. Learn why success and happiness are connected
  3. Learn the 'why' behind each concept
  4. Get introduced to the science behind each concept
  5. Experience examples and activities to help coach each concept  
 
CCEUs: 1.0 Core Competency
 
Click here to register.   Note: There is no workshop this month.

March Regional Rendezvous

 

Join us in Fort Worth on Thursday, March 26 from 5:00 - 7:30 pm.  We will celebrate each other’s’ successes, catch up with coaching colleagues, and meet new friends on the rooftop at the Reata Restaurant.

 

When: Thursday, March 26, 5:00 – 7:30. Drop in as you are able and stay as long as you can.

Where: Reata Restaurant Rooftop Bar,   310 Houston Street, Sundance Square, Fort Worth, Texas 76102.  (817) 336-1009.  If you’ve not been there, it’s got a great atmosphere and we’ve got the rooftop!

What:  Appetizers are provided. You are on your own for beverages.

 

Reata features cuisine inspired by cowboy cooking (and we don’t mean campfire beans).  You can find details on their website.

 

Please register!  We need to get an accurate count for the appetizers. CLICK here to register.

 

The ICF-NT Ambassadors will host several regional rendezvous’ this year across the metroplex.  Look for announcements later in the year about other locations.



  

Welcome to February.

 

I have to admit, I was a bit apprehensive on January 9. I was sitting at the head of the table and leading the first Board meeting of 2015. A group of disparate coaches came together with one core purpose: to support the North Texas Chapter of the ICF in better meeting its mission.

 

Our mission is the first topic on the home page of the website. Our mission is to grow and develop a competent coaching community that drives results for individual coaches and those they serve. We do this by providing strong credentialed coaches, educational programs, and rich resources for internal and external coaches, and organizations and individuals seeking coaches. To that end, we came together for the first time and I experienced that sense that everything is working as it should. There are many initiatives in progress and the results will be part of the fulfillment of our mission.

 

During the week of January 19, you received a survey from Laurel Rolls seeking input on programs and presenters during this year. If you haven’t responded, please do. Your input lets us design programs that meet your needs and expectations.

 

Three core communication methods will be going through revisions this year.  Lisa Krishnan is leading a redesign of the website. We are also looking at the design of the monthly newsletter. Our goal is to improve your access to crucial content areas. The third area we are working through involves advertising. As our chapter grows, we are receiving more requests for advertising for coach training programs, coaching positions, and pro-bono opportunities. We want to provide you the opportunity to know about those without bombarding your inbox with the ads. If you want to provide input on any of these topics, please let me know at president@icf-nt.com.

 

February’s program features Beverley Wright on the topic of Team Coaching. She’ll be working with a team of coaches from IBM. As a group, Beverley and the coaches have been influential in the development of a coaching culture at IBM. There is no afternoon workshop, so join us for the luncheon program with Beverley and your fellow coaches.

 

I’m looking forward to seeing you at the luncheon.

 

Neil

 

 Neil Phillips, PhD, PCC

 President, ICF North Texas Coaches