“Coaching Cafes” will be popping up all over KC at area coffee shops for International Coaching Week.
In recognition of International Coaching Week, May 20-26th, the local Heartland ICF chapter of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) will be hosting question and answer sessions at local coffee shops.
Jodie Jensen, the PR chair for the organization shares that, “The members of Heartland ICF wanted to be very involved in their communities. Building relationships is coaching 101 and there’s no better way to do that than to be available, over a cup of great coffee, to answer questions face to face”.
Life coaches from all over the KC metro area and as deep into Kansas as Lawrence, Towanda and Wichita will be in local coffee shops for two hour sessions to answer questions about coaching.
“We realized there were many questions about what coaching was in contrast to counseling or consulting. Also, there is still some misconception that coaching is for only executives or corporations. That just isn’t true. For example, there are also coaches who specialize in health, small business, entrepreneurs and ADD. There is a coach out there to meet everyone’s needs.”
The Coach Cafes will be happening at various times and locations. To find out when a coach may be in your area and to follow the roving reporter style updates, visit their page on Facebook www.facebook.com/icfheartland. You may also follow them on twitter @heartlandicf or check out the website at www.heartlandicf.org.
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