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Presentation on theme: "ICF RALEIGH CHAPTER MEMBERS MEETING FEBRUARY 2014."— Presentation transcript:


2 ICF GLOBAL SE REGION PRESIDENT: Stefanie Zizzo, PRESIDENT ELECT: Brigitta Theleman, ICF – RALEIGH BOARD PROGRAM CHAIR Noa Ronen MEMBERSHIP CHAIR Ashley Sieman PUBLIC RELATION CHAIR - Open SUPPORT PROGRAM COMMITTIE MEMEBERSHIP COMMITTIE ICW PR COMMITTIE PAST PRESIDENT Sackeena Gordon Jones VA: Sharon Tripp TREASURER Phil Bejarno SECRETARY Karen Marsh Sigs Leaders (Open) Meet & Greet During Events Members Outreach (Open) Social Media (Open) Writers (Open) Outreach + Media + Community (Open) Speakers Speakers Bureau (Open) COO COMMITTIE Open: Admin Manager Evaluation Manager Coaches

3 ICW LEADERS – Linda Morris & Anna Ladd Logistics & Coordinating – Linda & Anna Team Member s (Open) Sponsorship – Kioka Dunston Team members (Open) Speakers for Sponsors (2 coaches needed PR Writing PR Copy (Open) Social Media (open) Proclamation– Sackeena Gordon Jones Facilitation at Event – Stefanie Zizzo Budget – Phill Bejarno Members outreach– Ashley Ashley Sieman International Coaching Week

4 Last Year Review - 2013 At our 2013 Membership Meeting, many members said that some of our biggest challenges were: Defining coaching for the lay person Elevating the coaching profession Promoting coaching as an understood and valued profession Defining the value of coaching to our community Letting the community know the value of professional coaching Some of your wants were: Spotlight from ICF Global Newsworthy community impact

5 In 2013 We Delivered! Our ICW signature event brought more than 90 attendees from the community and allowed each a better understanding of the different types of coaching/coaches and a live coaching experience at our round tables We also received proclamations from government officials in Raleigh and Durham in recognition of the coaching profession We won a global award for ICW from the ICF and now our efforts are paving the way for chapters around the globe to make their ICW a success and allow them to show the value of coaching in their communities

6 Membership Overview 143 Registered Members 96 Active Members <50% with robust member profiles

7 Membership Profile

8 You Also Said You Wanted: More member involvement We had a great number of volunteers last year – with ICW, Programs, Public Relations and Membership and eager to get YOU involved this year Mentoring We are working on offering it this year and need a volunteer to lead it.

9 Experience Beginner-Developing-Skilled-Master

10 Engagement 83% have Active Clients Preferred Coaching Method 56%39%5%

11 Diversity 1.Career 2.Leadership 3.Business/Organizations 4.Transition 5.Live Vision/Enhancement 6.Executive 7.Small Business 8.Health and Fitness 9.Coaching other Coaches 10.Relationship (Singles, Couples, Families, etc.) Coaching Specialty Areas

12 Needs Top 5 Requested Program Topics: 1.New coaching techniques 2.Business of coaching 3.Coaching with Technology 4.Coaching skills 5.Marketing New Initiatives: 1.Mentoring Program 2.Speakers Guild 3.Mastermind Conversations

13 Goals for 2014 Strengthen member engagement by assessing what you, our members, want/need and are willing to give Create/align our programs to our members needs and our impact Create strategic alliances with our community (plans are under way with ASTD and SHRM) Build a speakers guild, so that we can increase the visibility and understanding of professional coaching in our area Host a successful, engaging International Coaching Week to Amplify the Power of Coaching within our community (May 19 th – 23 rd )


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