Connecting with coaches with shared interests
Each community of practice will provide an opportunity for professional credentialed coaches to connect with and learn from other coaches around mutual interest areas. Goals include: sharing best practices, refining skillsets, overcoming challenges, identifying effective solutions, and sharing valuable resources in the interest of serving our respective individual and organizational clients. The objective is not to market or distribute our services to our members, but rather to live up to the highest ideal of a professional community.
ICFNE Board Member Point of contact
Alyson McEvoy firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Communities of practice and contact
- Teams & Group Coaching, Joe Foran; email@example.com
- Executive & Leadership Coaching, Jim Supple firstname.lastname@example.org
- Business Development and Marketing, Kim Menneger email@example.com
Meeting dates, times, and duration will be established by the group at the beginning of each renewal year.
While sharing leadership roles by rotating the lead meeting-to-meeting is ideal, specific execution will be determined by the group itself.
ICFNE Member Communications
Each community will be responsible for providing requested member communication to the VP Marketing, Barti Bourgault firstname.lastname@example.org
, for inclusion in the bi-weekly newsletter or to be placed on the website. Please allow 10 days for execution.
It’s recommended that each group be clear on how success will be evaluated and reported. Our vision is that members connect with each other, learn from each other, and grow as individuals and as a professional group. In addition, it will be valuable to observe how coaches have integrated and implemented new approaches, learning, and activities.
Growth & Sustainability
As trends and approaches evolve, there will be an ongoing need for discussion. The ICFNE Board of Director’s VP of Membership will monitor the needs and add or discontinue communities to meet the needs of our larger community. As communities renew year to year, leadership can rotate and any recommended improvements can be implemented.