Trishia Lichauco reports back from the 2017 Global Leaders Forum with great insight about ICFNE’s position and reputation within the ICF organization.
Another turn of life’s wheel is completing. We reflect. We celebrate. Then another turn begins. As you embrace the festivities of this month with family, with friends, with clients, how do you share this turning? How do you reflect and celebrate the year’s exploration and all that you discovered in the preceding months? I was […]
We are excited for ICFNE to be once again representing the power of coaching at the MA Conference for Women (MCFW)! Participating this year are fifty of our members representing New England and the coaching profession on December 9th and 10th in Boston! This year we raised the bar by providing fifty ICF credentialed coaches […]
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus Happy Fall! One of my favorite things about living in New England is that we experience four seasons. (Truthfully, I wish we only had 3, but I digress). As a young adult, I dreaded the arrival of Fall. I mourned the […]
Ah September, whether you’re five, fifteen or fifty; there is something about this month that resonates for many of us as the month of new beginnings and fresh starts. While we observe the subtle shift toward cooler morning temperatures or the ever earlier dimming light of the evening, we quietly absorb this seasonal shift and […]
Last week I asked why you became a coach. Today I ask, “Why did you become an ICF Coach?” What does being an ICF Coach mean for you? I received my certification from an ICF-qualified training organization in 2009, and my ICF-ACC credential in 2011 and ICF-PCC in 2015. I consider myself a newbie in […]
Question . . . Why are you a coach? It is something I want to ask each member of ICF New England. We each have at least 60 hours of verified coach training which creates a common foundation as members of ICF New England. Why you are a coach begins to weave threads that unite […]
Happy Summer, Fellow ICF Coaches! I trust this message finds you enjoying a lovely New England summer, practicing what we all suggest to our clients – enjoying the moment. Soon Labor Day will be here and another ICF New England year begins. A year for us to share stories and collaborate in ways that promote […]