CHAPTER MONTHLY MEETING
RESOURCES & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Dearest SFBAC Members and Associates,
As you may have heard me say, I love the fall!
Each year I look forward to the annual strategic planning retreat with our board and committee directors to design our plan for 2018. I am excited about our team—those who will be continuing and our newest members who have stepped forward to lead us into and through the new year!
I would also like to announce that we have our Executive Board candidates and will be following up in the next week with a ballot for you to confirm: (check out our LinkedIn profiles):
We are looking forward to another great, fun, and fulfilling year with all of you! Last month, I asked members to step forward to become a part of our board, and you responded! Thank you so much!
Programs & Events will be under the direction of Shelli Hendricks, along with Leslie Peay DuBridge, Curt Mandel, and Brandon Maslan as a team!
Marketing/Communications team will continue to rock with Sophie Leroi as our director, and also as a brand new mom :), Tracy Irvine is continuing to be our social media maven and diving into the school liaison role, and Wendy Edelstein will manage our newsletter and web content, while fulfilling her role as Secretary.
Membership and Sponsor Development will have the direction of Javier Llerena, working closely with Manoj Ramanan as our Volunteer Recruiter.
Each of these teams are always looking for volunteers who would like to help out. We are planning some wonderful events for 2018 and invite you to participate in making them spectacular!
With warmest regards, always!
Welcome New Members
We are happy to have you as part of the the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of ICF and want to make sure that you feel at home and as part of this group of outstanding coaches.
Please reach out to any of our board members should you have a question.
San Francisco- Kenneth Berger
South Bay - Teresa Christen, Lana Krtolica
Which brings our new member count to 49 for this year.
As a member you get the benefit of creating a profile at www.sfbayareacoaches.org. Please make sure you complete the profile as it shows both potential clients and your peers that you are now part of the leading professional association in coaching.
We are on several social media platforms. Please consider joining us!
Facebook Group - SF Bay Area Coaches
Facebook Page - ICF San Francisco Bay Area Coaches
Twitter - @SFBACoaches
LinkedIn - ICF San Francisco Bay Area Coaches
Meetup - ICF San Francisco Bay Area Coaches
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November Webinar: The Neurobiology of Successful Behavior Change
With Kenneth Nowack, PhD
Wednesday, November 8, 7 pm
People rarely wake up and spontaneously commit to initiating new behavior. And even when they do, few maintain new behaviors for very long without relapsing. This interactive session will introduce a new evidenced based individual change model (Enlighten, Encourage and Enable) to help coaches facilitate successful adoption and maintenance of new personal and professional behaviors.
Learn about how to use feedback to move people from clueless to a readiness to change behavior as well as practical strategies to ensure new habits are sustained over time. During the webinar, Dr. Ken Nowack will discuss how you can leverage the latest neuroscience research to help coaches successfully set, adopt and maintain behavior-oriented goals.
About Kenneth Nowack, PhD
Dr. Kenneth M. Nowack is a licensed psychologist and President of Ofactor (www.ofactor.com), an international consulting company providing neuromanagement based organizational and leadership solutions. His research has been published extensively in the areas of 360° feedback systems, health psychology, occupational stress and job burnout. Ken also serves as Chief Learning Officer of Envisia Learning Inc.(www.envisialearning.com) and is a member of the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations. Ken also serves as Associate Editor for the APA journal Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research and is author of two books:Clueless: Coaching People Who Just Don’t Get It and From Insight to Improvement: Leveraging 360-Degree Feedback.
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To register: Go here
Our Monthly SFBAC meetings
The ICF San Francisco Bay Area Chapter meets monthly either in person or via Zoom webinar. We have secured a temporary space at the American Bookbinders Museum in San Francisco located at 355 Clementina Street. If you have access to space, please contact Sue Steinfeld at email@example.com. All of our webinars and presentations will qualify you to earn CCEUs for continuing education.
Please register at the SFBAC website to save your place at the in-person meeting or receive instructions on how to view the live stream from your computer.
Our Next Get-Together
We’ll be taking December off to celebrate family, friends, and holidays. Our next interactive, in-person event will take place in January. Stay tuned for details.
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