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Coaching

Description:
The Coaching Community of Practice is a highly engaged and dedicated community committed to continuous learning and the ongoing development of coaches, consultants, and those interested in the field of coaching. Meetings are highly participative and topics range from coaching models, tools, techniques, and new approaches to the business aspects of coaching. Practicing coaches, those in transition, and those seeking to learn more about coaching are encouraged to join us.

Registration:
As we tend to fill up rapidly, please contact Peggy Linden at peggy.linden@gmail.com to receive meeting announcements and for signing up in advance. No walk-ins please..

Meeting Frequency:
Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month usually from 6:40 – 9:00 pm at the Bethesda Regional Library, 7400 Arlington Road, Bethesda, MD 20814 or the Davis Regional Library, 6400 Democracy Blvd, Bethesda, MD 20817. No meetings are held in June, July or August.

A $10 donation per meeting is requested and parking is free or metered for a short time.

Meeting Venues:

Bethesda Library
7400 Arlington Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
Library Phone: 240-777-0970
Davis Library
6400 Democracy Boulevard.
Bethesda, MD 20817.
Tel: 240-777-0922

For additional information and directions to the library go to www.montgomerycountymd.gov/library

Co-Leaders:
Peggy Linden, PCC - As a certified coach she provides individual, mentor, and group coaching to help people get unstuck and move forward with more ease.   Peggy is a coach, OD Practitioner, CranioSacral Therapist, and artist. She helps clients meet their goals by incorporating coaching, creativity, and somatics in her practice.

As a change catalyst, Judy Rodgers partners with individuals and teams to create and sustain the desired outcomes they seek. Judy is a leadership and life coach, OD consultant, facilitator, and trainer with 20 years of experience.  She is a Hopkins Fellow in Change Management, Co-Active Professional Coach and received a Master's in Applied Behavioral Science-Organization Development from the Johns Hopkins University.

Upcoming events

    • 01 Mar 2016
    • 6:40 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Bethesda Library (Bethesda, MD)

    Coaching CoP

    Topic:  Using A New Lens for Self-Understanding

    Presenter: Judy Rodgers

    Judy Rodgers is a leadership coach, consultant, and trainer/facilitator with a masters degree in organization development from the Johns Hopkins University. Judy partners with individuals and teams to break through the challenges of change to create and sustain the desired outcomes they seek. During a varied 25-year career she consulted with state executive teams across the US, directed a county training program, and managed a non-profit organization. She is a Hopkins Fellow in Change Management and a certified practitioner of EQ-i and MBTI.

    Program:

    What was your role in your “growing-up” family? How was autonomy and intimacy displayed?

    Our daily behaviors are greatly influenced by these concepts yet we rarely consider how pivotal they may be in our personal life and work as coaches. Using a process of self-reflection and group exploration, this session will address some aspects of Bowen systems theory and how this awareness can be used for more effective coaching.

    Co-Leaders for the Coaching Community of Practice:
    Peggy Linden
    peggy.linden@gmail.com
    Judy Rodgers  
    judy@breakthroughachievements.com

    Time: 
    6:40 PM Greeting and Networking
    7:00 PM (sharp) - 9:00 PM Program
     
    Location:
    Bethesda Regional Library
    7400 Arlington Road
    Bethesda, MD 20814
    Tel: 240-777-0970

    Directions:
     
    To register: Please RSVP to peggy.linden@gmail.com 
    You must sign up ahead of time and be confirmed by Peggy, please do not drop in, as meetings are always fully booked.
     
    If you plan to attend please RSVP by email to Peggy Linden, Coaching CoP co-leader, at peggy.linden@gmail.com.  Phone calls only on the day of program before 5:30 pm for cancellations or questions:  301-908-3909.
     
    NOTE:  We are requesting a contribution of $10 per person for this session to pay for our room rental costs. 
     
    New Policy for people who are “no-shows”
    Since we have terrific programs scheduled for this year, we want to provide an opportunity for as many attendees as possible.  To enable us to fill openings please email me at least before 10 a.m. the day of the meeting, Tuesday, if you will not be able to attend so I can contact those who email that day to be on the waiting list.  From now on those who are 'no-shows' will  be placed on the waiting list for future meetings until we have openings.  If you contact me after 10 a.m. I may still be able to fill your opening although it doesn't provide much notice for those on the waiting list.

    Cancellation policy: If session is cancelled Peggy Linden will send out an email announcement.  If schools or libraries are closed this meeting will be cancelled also.
     
     
    • 05 Apr 2016
    • 6:40 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Bethesda Library (Bethesda, MD)

    Coaching CoP

    Topic:  Holistic Time Management Using the Body, Mind, and Spirit

    Presenter: Julie Gray

    Julie Gray, COC, ACC is a Holistic Time Coach who guides clients through a powerful process that results in more guilt-free time and focused productivity by using unconventional methods drawn from the world of mindfulness, somatic coaching, behavioral science, and spirituality.

    Julie is the co-creator of the 21 Day Time Makeover with SELF Magazine, and a productivity expert in The Washington Post’s Time Hacks section.

    Program:

    This flexible, holistic approach to time management draws on progressive time principles, mindfulness, behavioral science, and your mind, body, and spirit. It aims to bridge the gap between the traditional behavior-centric approach to time management and a deeper, intuitive-based approach that leverages wisdom beyond the intellect and ultimately fosters the development of a natural rhythm with time and flow with life.

    Co-Leaders for the Coaching Community of Practice:
    Peggy Linden
    peggy.linden@gmail.com
    Judy Rodgers  
    judy@breakthroughachievements.com

    Time: 
    6:40 PM Greeting and Networking
    7:00 PM (sharp) - 9:00 PM Program
     
    Location:
    Bethesda Regional Library
    7400 Arlington Road
    Bethesda, MD 20814
    Tel: 240-777-0970

    Directions:
     
    To register: Please RSVP to peggy.linden@gmail.com 
    You must sign up ahead of time and be confirmed by Peggy, please do not drop in, as meetings are always fully booked.
     
    If you plan to attend please RSVP by email to Peggy Linden, Coaching CoP co-leader, at peggy.linden@gmail.com.  Phone calls only on the day of program before 5:30 pm for cancellations or questions:  301-908-3909.
     
    NOTE:  We are requesting a contribution of $10 per person for this session to pay for our room rental costs. 
     
    New Policy for people who are “no-shows”
    Since we have terrific programs scheduled for this year, we want to provide an opportunity for as many attendees as possible.  To enable us to fill openings please email me at least before 10 a.m. the day of the meeting, Tuesday, if you will not be able to attend so I can contact those who email that day to be on the waiting list.  From now on those who are 'no-shows' will  be placed on the waiting list for future meetings until we have openings.  If you contact me after 10 a.m. I may still be able to fill your opening although it doesn't provide much notice for those on the waiting list.

    Cancellation policy: If session is cancelled Peggy Linden will send out an email announcement.  If schools or libraries are closed this meeting will be cancelled also.
     
     
    • 03 May 2016
    • 6:40 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Bethesda Library (Bethesda, MD)

    Coaching CoP

    Topic:  Improv Games and Coaching Applications

    Presenter: John Bennett

    John B. Bennett, Ph.D., ACC, is the former coordinator of the Executive Development Exchange Network (EDEN), hosting monthly meetings for a network of over 500 federal and non-federal workers who work in leadership development programs. He is the Principal of Supportive Action, LLC (Leadership coaching, Applied Improv and Appreciative Inquiry). John is an ICF certified coach and holds the Appreciative Inquiry Certificate in Positive Business and Society Change, Case Western Reserve University, Weatherhead School of Management.

    Program:

    Improv refers to inventing, composing, or performing with little or no preparation. Do you or your clients ever face unpredictable and stressful situations where things have not gone as planned or where thinking on your feet is needed? The practice of improv helps coaches and their clients prepare for these situations. This dynamic program will look at basic principles of improv and engage in a series of participant exercises for learning and fun!

    Co-Leaders for the Coaching Community of Practice:
    Peggy Linden
    peggy.linden@gmail.com
    Judy Rodgers  
    judy@breakthroughachievements.com

    Time: 
    6:40 PM Greeting and Networking
    7:00 PM (sharp) - 9:00 PM Program
     
    Location:
    Bethesda Regional Library
    7400 Arlington Road
    Bethesda, MD 20814
    Tel: 240-777-0970

    Directions:
     
    To register: Please RSVP to peggy.linden@gmail.com 
    You must sign up ahead of time and be confirmed by Peggy, please do not drop in, as meetings are always fully booked.
     
    If you plan to attend please RSVP by email to Peggy Linden, Coaching CoP co-leader, at peggy.linden@gmail.com.  Phone calls only on the day of program before 5:30 pm for cancellations or questions:  301-908-3909.
     
    NOTE:  We are requesting a contribution of $10 per person for this session to pay for our room rental costs. 
     
    New Policy for people who are “no-shows”
    Since we have terrific programs scheduled for this year, we want to provide an opportunity for as many attendees as possible.  To enable us to fill openings please email me at least before 10 a.m. the day of the meeting, Tuesday, if you will not be able to attend so I can contact those who email that day to be on the waiting list.  From now on those who are 'no-shows' will  be placed on the waiting list for future meetings until we have openings.  If you contact me after 10 a.m. I may still be able to fill your opening although it doesn't provide much notice for those on the waiting list.

    Cancellation policy: If session is cancelled Peggy Linden will send out an email announcement.  If schools or libraries are closed this meeting will be cancelled also.
     
     

Past events

02 Feb 2016 Coaching CoP
05 Jan 2016 Coaching CoP
01 Dec 2015 Coaching CoP
03 Nov 2015 Coaching CoP
06 Oct 2015 Coaching CoP
01 Sep 2015 Coaching CoP
07 Apr 2015 Coaching CoP
03 Mar 2015 Coaching CoP
03 Feb 2015 Coaching SIG
02 Dec 2014 Coaching SIG
04 Nov 2014 Coaching SIG
07 Oct 2014 Coaching SIG
02 Sep 2014 Coaching SIG
06 May 2014 Coaching SIG - FULL
01 Apr 2014 Coaching SIG - FULL
07 Jan 2014 Coaching SIG
03 Dec 2013 Coaching SIG
01 Oct 2013 Coaching SIG
10 Sep 2013 Coaching SIG
02 Oct 2012 Coaching SIG - (FULL)
04 Sep 2012 Coaching SIG
01 May 2012 Coaching SIG - REGISTRATION FULL
03 Apr 2012 Coaching SIG
06 Mar 2012 Coaching SIG
07 Feb 2012 Coaching SIG
03 Jan 2012 Coaching SIG
06 Dec 2011 Coaching SIG
01 Nov 2011 Coaching SIG: November 2011
04 Oct 2011 Coaching SIG: October 2011
06 Sep 2011 Coaching SIG: September 2011
03 May 2011 Coaching SIG: May 2011
05 Apr 2011 Coaching SIG: April 2011
01 Mar 2011 Coaching SIG: March 2011
01 Feb 2011 Coaching SIG: January 2011

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