ICF CO May 11, 2017 Monthly Meeting

  • May 2017 Meeting
    May 11, 2017
    6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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ICF-CO Mini-Presentation:

Lisa Hale
Dr. Lisa Hale, ICF Colorado President

Topic: “Having a Prosperous Coaching Practice”

Dr. Hale will be discussing how to raise visibility to prospective clients with ease and grace through service.

Lisa is the go-to trusted advisor for senior executives, high net worth families, successful entrepreneurs and leaders. For more than 20 years, her focus has been to help teams and families enhance their enterprise effectiveness by enriching the quality of their relationships. Lisa trains, guides and supports senior leaders.



Sandra Ford WalstonMain Speaker

Sandra Ford Walston, The Courage Expert

“Courage—An INside Job!”

What’s your definition of courage and why is it vital to claim it for yourself? Might you be curious to learn how courage plays a role in the coaching process? Perhaps you believe courage is only synonymous with being a hero or maybe you’re curious about how you can apply courage to make better decisions, enhance coaching interactions or transcend rejection. How might your life change if you discovered that some of your everyday behaviors demonstrate profound courage?

If you feel your everyday courage is stagnant or you never found it, then this topic is for you. Ironically, “stepping up” in courage requires the inverse action: stepping deeper into one’s true Self.

In this interactive yet contemplative presentation, attendees will discover how courage plays a vital (or unconscious) role in their lives. Ponder these questions:

  • How does the true definition of courage play a part in the coaching process?
  • As a coach, is your everyday courage stagnant or you just haven’t recognized it?
  • How does courage (or lack of courage) play a role with your clients’ journey?
  • What can a coach do to instill courage in the individual being coached?
  • Why recognize the nine courage killers?

Courage is an innate quality that resides within the core of every human being. Simply by giving ourselves permission to summons our personal courage, we encourage those around us, making courage contagious; hence, transforming our environment. How receptive are you to embracing this ancient virtue?


CCEUs: 1.25 in Core Competencies

*In your registration above, you may request to receive a CCEU for this meeting.

ICF-CO Professional Members receive CCEUs at no cost.
ICF-CO Affiliates and Non-Members – there is a $10 fee to receive a CCEU certificate
You must be present for the entire meeting to receive a CCEU certificate.
Questions regarding CCEU Certificates? Contact info@icfcolorado.org


ABOUT Sandra Ford Walston

Global speaker Sandra Ford Walston is known as “The Courage Expert.” Based in Denver, for over 20 years she has been a human potential consultant. She is a certified Newfield Network coach, author of three books, hundreds of articles and trainer. She is a trailblazer in the field of feminine courage, everyday courage and non-gender courageous leadership. She is certified in the Enneagram and the MBTI®. Her clients include GE, Agrium, Inc., QBE, Greenstone, BOC, US Bank and IBM. Sandra says that she has one calling: to invite people to distinguish and integrate their innate courage. She enjoys golf, skiing, yoga, travel, cooking, meditation, reading, and being an 11th Hour Hospice volunteer. Her article In My Eleventh Hour: “I Wish I’d Had More Courage” has been internationally published. Learn more at http://www.sandrawalston.com/



Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Attendance to the SIGs is included in your meeting registration.


The Lowry Conference Center
1061 Akron Way, Building 697
Denver, CO 80230
Phone: 303.595.1693
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