The ICF Philadelphia Chapter offers various programs and events with expert speakers on a variety of coaching topics and business building.  Events enable members to create community connections and networking opportunities.  All payments for events are final.

Upcoming events

    • 19 Dec 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Call details will be sent day of teleclass
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    ICF Philadelphia Presents....

    Virtual Cafe: LinkedIn for Coaches!

    Presented by Holly J. Kile

    1.25 Resource Development CCEU's


    You already know that LinkedIn is great for professionals but do you wonder why or how you're supposed to use it? Join ICF Philadelphia's Chapter Virtual Assistant, Holly Kile as she dives into the topic of how professional coaches can leverage LinkedIn for their coaching practice. During this webinar, you will discover:

    *The 7 key elements to a great profile

    *The 5 most important actions you should be taking to grow your coaching business

    *How LinkedIn can be leveraged for internal coaches too!

    Social media has become a critical element to doing business today but only if you do it right will it have the impact you hope. Join us on December 19th to learn how LinkedIn can be used to help you make 2019 amazing!


    Speaker -- Holly J. Kile

    Virtual strategy expert, Holly J. Kile, has been supporting entrepreneurs virtually for more than a decade. Her experience as a virtual assistant and online business manager combined with her expertise in business strategy makes her an ideal partner to work with growing businesses. Holly is passionate about helping businesses grow with a virtual team as well as helping teach those who desire to work as a virtual assistant how to create a professional, successful business for themselves.



    • 9 Jan 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Zoom details will be sent day of teleclass
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    ICF Philadelphia Presents....

    Virtual Cafe: Moving from Inspiration to Transformation! 

    Presented by Carl Barringer, PCC

    January 9, 2018

    7:00 - 8:15 PM ET via Zoom

    1.25 Core Competency CCEU's

    Inspiration can be energizing. However, inspiration frequently diminishes rather quickly. Facilitating sustained growth usually takes time and dedication. This presentation will assist you in creating awareness with your clients so that they can overcome the reluctance to change that often needs to occur. This will allow them to embrace the growth that leads to success.

    Speaker -- Carl Barringer, PCC

    Throughout Carl Barringer’s career, he has brought passion, thoughtfulness and innovation to every initiative he has been involved in. Specializing in leadership, organizational transformation, team performance and personal growth, he works with clients so they see new ways of getting things done. Their results are more powerful and efficient and their lives are more pleasurable and fulfilling.

    In his early career, Carl created, ran and sold several companies which helped to put MTV and VH1 on the air. Additionally, he spent more than a decade as an information executive at a top research firm.

    He has been empowering successful leaders, individuals and teams for two decades. His early career experiences combined with his personal search for what works in life, have uniquely qualified him to guide others in their personal and professional transformation.
    • 17 Jan 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Call details will be sent day of teleclass
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    January Virtual Meeting

    Power, Privilege, Rank and Culture

    Presented by Halli MacNab, PCC

    Thursday, January 17, 2019

    7:00 - 8:30 PM

    1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    Whether we know it or not, we’ve all had experiences that relate to Power, Privilege, Rank and Culture.   We will explain why it is critical to understand issues of Power, Privilege, Rank and Culture (PPRC) as coach educators, as coaches and as human beings. The more awareness of PPRC that we have, the better able we are to have relationships with our clients and our students that are impactful.   In our work as coaches and coach educators, we ask our students and our clients to recognize limiting belief systems and biases and we must do this work ourselves. This framing uniquely positions coach educators to do PPRC work. In PPRC work, we are also looking at the biases that are inherent in our belief systems and the way we move through the world including how this impacts the way we relate to each other, our students and our clients.

    We will talk about what these concepts mean: power, privilege, rank and culture. For example, culture is more than race. It’s a rich term that includes religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic upbringing, language, education, citizenship, geography and much more.

    We all have experience with privilege and we all have experience with oppression in the work we do and the systems in which we operate. Looking at these experiences and how they impact our view of the world is part of the work of PPRC, which gives us access to understanding and relating to our clients and our students more deeply.

    Speaker -- Halli MacNab, PCC

    Halli is a white, Canadian, lesbian, coach in private practice and trains coaches for Accomplishment Coaching. She was actively involved in the planning the Calling In Power & Culture Summit, held in Toronto in September, which brought together coaches and coach educators from around the world who are passionate about transforming the dynamics of power, privilege, rank and culture in coach education and the coaching profession as a whole. She is past president of the Vancouver Island Chapter of the ICF, and the President-Elect of ACTO.


    • 13 Feb 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Zoom details will be sent day of teleclass
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    ICF Philadelphia Presents....

    Virtual Cafe: What is a Virtual Assistant and How Can I Use One to Grow My Coaching Practice 

    Presented by Holly Kile

    February 13, 2019

    7:00 - 8:15 PM ET via Zoom

    1.25 Resource Development CCEU's

    Virtual team expert Holly Kile shares key information on how you can grow your coaching practice by hiring a virtual assistant. Learn how to find, hire, and work with the best virtual assistant for you.

    Speaker -- Holly J. Kile

    Virtual strategy expert, Holly J. Kile, has been supporting entrepreneurs virtually for more than a decade. Her experience as a virtual assistant and online business manager combined with her expertise in business strategy makes her an ideal partner to work with growing businesses. Holly is passionate about helping businesses grow with a virtual team as well as helping teach those who desire to work as a virtual assistant how to create a professional, successful business for themselves.

    • 21 Feb 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Zoom details will be sent day of presentation
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    January Virtual Meeting

    The Gray Area of Ethics

    Presented by Tina Elliott, PCC

    Thursday, February 21, 2019

    7:00 - 8:30 PM

    1.5 Core Competency CCEUs

    More info coming soon.

    Speaker -- Tina Elliott, PCC

    Tina's success as an executive, business and life coach draws from her twenty years experience working in the areas of coaching and consulting. Her expertise in project management, leadership development; team and organization development; life change and career transition all serve to bolster her clients success. Having held a variety of leadership roles as a full-time Managing Consultant, Sr. Project Manager, Project Team Leader and Accountant allows Tina to bring a real-time experience and cultural understanding to her coaching partnerships.

    As Professional Certified Coach she provides a suite of coaching services including: one-to-one coaching; team/group coaching; coach awareness and skills training. Personal coaching is now integrated with leadership and organizational development programs and contributes to a tangible leadership culture within any organization. Tina has served part-time on numerous non-profit organization executive boards and is a Mentor Coach, helping new coaches master their coaching skills, build successful coaching businesses and acquire their ICF credentials. She is a Coaching Ethics Specialist with over 13 years of experience as a Board Member on the ICF’s Independent Review Board processing ethical complaints against coaches, a member of the ICF Code of Ethics Review Teams updating the ICF ethics code and creating ethics education and training for coaches so they may “Stay Out of Ethical Hot Water.”



Past events

13 Dec 2018 ICF Philadelphia 20th Anniversary Celebration
3 Dec 2018 Teleclass - Bringing It All Together & Tying Up Loose Ends (Core Competency Year in Review)
14 Nov 2018 Virtual Cafe: Across, Between and Within..insights into coaching leaders across cultures!
5 Nov 2018 Teleclass - Expanding Your Coaching Through the Core Competencies -- Core Competency #9, #10, and #11: Designing Actions, Planning & Goal Setting and Managing Progress & Accountability
2 Nov 2018 Professional Development Day
17 Oct 2018 Virtual Cafe: Social Media in 10 Minutes a Day!
1 Oct 2018 Teleclass - Expanding Your Coaching Through the Core Competencies -- Core Competency #8: Creating Awareness
20 Sep 2018 September Dinner Meeting - Good Vibrations: Engaging Spirit in Coaching with Kathy Harman, MCC
10 Sep 2018 Teleclass - Expanding Your Coaching Through the Core Competencies -- Core Competency #7: Direct Communication
16 Aug 2018 ICF Philadelphia 2018 Summer Social
6 Aug 2018 Teleclass - Expanding Your Coaching Through the Core Competencies -- Core Competency #6: Powerful Questioning
21 Jun 2018 June Dinner Meeting - Coaching the Thing Behind the Thing (No, we aren’t talking Dr. Seuss)
4 Jun 2018 Teleclass - Expanding Your Coaching Through the Core Competencies -- Core Competency #4: Coaching Presence
7 May 2018 Teleclass - Expanding Your Coaching Through the Core Competencies -- Core Competency #4: Coaching Presence
4 May 2018 SOLD OUT (Waitlist Available): Gallup's CliftonStrengths Discovery Day
2 Apr 2018 Teleclass - Expanding Your Coaching Through the Core Competencies -- Core Competency #3: Establishing Trust and Intimacy
15 Mar 2018 March Dinner Meeting - Ethics and the 5 Practices of Safety in the Workplace
5 Mar 2018 Teleclass - Expanding Your Coaching Through the Core Competencies -- Core Competency #2: Establishing the Coaching Agenda
15 Feb 2018 Using Mindfulness in the Corporate Environment
11 Nov 2017 Professional Development Day
6 Nov 2017 Teleclass - Core Competency #11: Managing Progress and Accountability
16 Oct 2017 Teleclass - Core Competency #10: Planning and Goal Setting
2 Oct 2017 Teleclass - Core Competency #9: Designing Actions
27 Sep 2017 September Dinner Meeting
11 Sep 2017 Teleclass - Core Competency #8: Creating Awareness

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