International Coach Federation - St. Louis Chapter
As coaches, we believe that all great discoveries and breakthroughs are preceded by curiosity, and we are delighted that your curiosity has led you to us.
- Do you want to take your life or business to the next level by hiring a coach?
- Are you looking to transition into a new career within the coaching industry?
- Are you interested in understanding more about the coaching profession?
Please accept our invitation to come, explore, discover, learn, and grow.
Join Us Tuesday, September 27, 2016
360 Assessment for Your Coaching Practice:
The use of 360 surveys is common in business and with career development professionals and especially, career coaches. Competencies in the area of 360 development, administration, and use can distinguish you as a top level professional coach and business leader.
Tom Krapu, a long- time member of our ICF St. Louis Chapter is sharing his brilliance with us in a customized program hi-lighting the key details of his upcoming training on 360 Assessments, and how we can use this tool to enhance the learning and engagement of our clients.
Key Take-aways from this presentation will be:
- Learn the best practice uses of 360 methods.
- Prepare participants to develop their brand and business model for target niches.
- Design a more authentic marketing strategy around your coaching practice.
1.5 Core Competencies will be offered for this program.
About Tom Krapu
Tom is an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and has served on ICF's
Research Committee, including as committee chair and recently co-chaired
ICF's Education Committee research track. He is an experienced speaker,
having presented at numerous National and International conferences and
corporate events, including ICF's Research Symposium and Annual
Trained as a counseling psychologist, Tom has
worked in both academic and private sectors, drawing from his extensive
practical and real world experience in his work with clients and as a
His professional coaching experience includes delivering
international individual and group coaching initiatives in organizations
from Fortune 50 companies and higher education settings to smaller for
profit and nonprofit organizations and government, financial and healthcare
He has also provided individual coaching services to professional
such as physicians and attorneys, as well as clergy from the congregational
to the bishop level as well as to people in transition and entrepreneurs. He
has trained "managers as coaches", has presented nationally to professionals
transitioning to the coaching profession and teaches advanced curriculum on
the coaching paradigm and development and use of 360 survey instruments.
General Meeting Details
ICF St. Louis meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of every month.
Jul. 26, Aug, TBD, Sept. 27, Oct. 25,
Nov. 15, Dec. 13.
Purposeful Networking: 5:30-5:50 p.m.
Chapter Meeting: 5:50 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.