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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.

Our mission: To advance the art, science, practice, and success of professional coaching in the St. Louis Metropolitan area and surrounding regions of eastern Missouri, southern Illinois, eastern Iowa and northern Arkansas.
 

Please accept our invitation to come, explore, discover, learn, and grow.

 


Join us on Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Leadership & Energy

Rarely discussed in the past, it is now recognized that becoming a highly mature leader requires a committed focus on cultivating personal energy. This program will describe four types of energy – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual - and will review tools for cultivating each one. Finally, energy cultivation will be linked to human developmental stages, particularly the stage model, Leadership Agility, which was shared in an April 2016 St. Louis ICF program.

1.00 Resource CCE's available for this presentation.

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Pam Caraffa is Founder/Principal of Emergent Leadership. Previously, she was Global Vice President of Organizational & Leadership Development for Monsanto and held line leadership roles in organizational development, hospital administration, as well as Visiting and Adjunct Professorships at St. Louis, Washington, and Webster Universities where she taught Systems Theory & Practice, Assessment, or Change Leadership to Ph.D. or MBA candidates.

Currently, as a consultant and executive coach with 36 years of experience, Pam focuses on helping companies develop powerful global leadership development processes and programs; teaching leadership teams how to develop strategy, think systemically, and create organizational designs that enable the fulfillment of visions; and coaching executives for increased leadership agility. She has spoken at conferences on leadership and organizational development, including The Conference Board, Cornell University School of Management, IMD Business School in Switzerland, the Organizational Development Network, and the Best Practices Institute. She holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, specializing in systems theory and practice, from St. Louis University.

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ICF St. Louis meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of every month.

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Meeting Location:

The Heights Community Center
Argus Room
8001 Dale Ave.
Richmond Heights, Mo 63117

Time:
Purposeful Networking 5:30-5:50pm
Meeting 5:50-7:30pm

2017 Dates:
Nov 28,
Dec 5 Holiday Party
2018 Dates: Jan 23, Feb 27, Mar 27, Apr 24, May 22, June 26, July 24, Sept 25, Oct 23, Nov 27
Usually the 4th Tuesday of every month!

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Monthly Member Spotlight:

Recently Marci Mayer Eisen received her ACC accreditation from ICF. We hope you will take a moment to read about Marci and her journey. 

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