11:15 AM – 1:15 PM
In Person at Las Colinas Country Club
January 12 ICF-North Texas Annual Meeting
Cultivating Abundance, Embracing Belonging: A Reflection on 2023 and What’s Next
Steve Hendon, PCC
Staci Witten, PCC
, 4400 N O’Connor Road, Irving, TX 75061
Or Virtually Via Zoom
In-Person Attendees Registering by Jan 7:
Members - $40 / Non-Members - $50
In-Person Attendees Registering after Jan 7:
Members - $50 / Non-Members: - $60
Members – $30 / Non-Members - $40
Steve Hendon, PCC – Steve Hendon is a seasoned professional with a forty plus-year journey in sales, sales management, marketing, team building, and training. With a BBA from West Texas State University and coach training from the International Coach Academy, he empowers individuals and teams, administering DISC Behavior assessments as an affiliated expert with Target Training International. He is also certified as a Stewart Leadership coach. Steve actively contributes to ICF-North Texas, having served as Program Director and President-Elect. Beyond leadership roles, he facilitates the Business Building LINC Group, guiding others with his wealth of experience. For Steve, ICF-North Texas is more than a professional association; it's a source of fellowship, learning, support, and inspiration that fuels continuous growth.
Staci Witten, PCC – Staci Witten, PCC is dedicated to fostering the professional growth of coaches, expanding their influence, and contributing to the community's well-being. With a background as the Director of Online Platforms (2019-2020) and active participation in various ICF-NT committees, she stands as a catalyst for positive change. Staci also leads the Digital Marketing LINC, exemplifying her commitment to innovation and advancement in the coaching realm. Currently serving on the ICF-NT Board in the Past President’s advisory role , Staci's primary focus is on nurturing the growth of ICF-NT members as coaches while championing a broader understanding of coaching in our North Texas community. Her dedication to elevating the coaching profession is evident in her multifaceted contributions and unwavering commitment to the advancement of both individuals and the coaching community at large.
We are excited to extend an invitation to our upcoming ICF-North Texas Annual Meeting. Please register by January 7 so we can reserve your spot.
Join us either in person or virtually for a dynamic and inclusive experience. Staci Witten, our 2023 President, will share insights and reflections on the highlights of the past year. Steve Hendon, our 2024 President, will provide a glimpse into the exciting opportunities and initiatives planned for the upcoming year. Gain valuable insights as Staci and Steve share feedback gathered from the 2023 Chapter Survey and engage in extended breakout sessions, where your input will play a crucial role in shaping the direction of ICF-North Texas in 2024.
Whether you choose to be with us in person or virtually, your voice is highly valued. This interactive annual meeting provides a unique opportunity for all members to actively contribute to the future of ICF-North Texas. We encourage you to bring your insights, ideas, and enthusiasm as we collectively navigate the path ahead.
Thank you for being an integral part of our community. We look forward to seeing you at this important gathering.
CCEUs for this Program: 1 Resource Development Credit
January 12 Annual Chapter Meeting
January 4 Southeast Region Webinar
How Women Executives (and Men) Can Elevate, Build Credibility, and Support Each Other Through Collaborative Promotion
Dr. Bonita Thompson
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CT
Webinar Cost: ICF Global Members – $10 / Non-ICF Global Members – $20
Dr. Bonita Thompson, Ed.D, MBA, is New York Times Bestselling Coauthor of Admired: 21 Ways to Double Your Value. Currently, she serves as a faculty in Organizational Performance & Leadership at Vanderbilt University and is a celebrated lecturer at prestigious institutions worldwide, including Harvard's Institute of Coaching, John F. Kennedy University, and at forums like The Conference Board and the World Economic Forum. Her upcoming book, entitled Nobody Does It Alone: The Science of Collaborative Influence, is based on her development of the world’s first ‘Collaborative Leadership’ construct in the social sciences. Dr. Thompson holds an Ed.D from University of Pennsylvania's Chief Learning Officer doctoral program; an MBA in information systems from University of California, Berkeley, and a BA in industrial psychology from San Jose State University.
Emerging female leaders often find themselves caught in a dilemma. In order to be seen as a leader, an employee must show assertiveness, confidence, and even a bit of self-promotion. Many training programs emphasize that women must be more promotional. However, researchers warn women that due to social norms, promoting yourself, the way men promote themselves, can result in being perceived as less likable. Senior leaders in organizations don’t promote people that they don’t like. Collaborative promotion is a technique for promoting your work and the work of others in a way that is both likeable and results in leader-bound perceptions. This technique works for men as well as women in improving your promotability. Our session will provide an opportunity to team with other coaches and create effective and likeable promotions.
CCEUs for this Webinar: 1 Resource Development Credit
Read the entire program description and register here:
January 4 Southeast Region Webinar