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Jason Jones ICF-MN fills my bucket!! I look forward to the in person meetings to connect with my tribe of coaches and enjoy the way of being only coaches embody. It energizes me. https://s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Jason_Jones_1992631113.jpg
Bev Lutz ICF membership provides incredible professional networking opportunities, professional and personal growth, and opportunities to explore my strengths as I volunteer in service of my profession.  My chapter really helps me stay current with coaching, thought leadership, and learn-n-earn (CEU’s) from professional development events.  But it’s the supportive coach-friends and collaborators who have made membership for me priceless. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/BevLutz1_669008720.jpg

Irene Kelly

Being a member of ICF offers me the opportunity for certification by the industry professional standard bearer; being a member of ICF Minnesota connects me to my professional peers for networking and collaboration.  Membership in both establishes me as “credible” and provides me opportunities to learn and grow.

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Mary Kay Delvo  

Being a member of ICF-Minnesota helps me continue to bring my 'best self' to my clients.

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Trish Perry ICF-MN gives me a place to authentically connect and share with other coaches. I have created long lasting friendships, collaborations and mentorships that have profoundly enriched my life and my business. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Trish_Perry_25161695.jpg
Ann Marie Forshay ICF MN has provided me with crucial connections to other entrepreneurs and colleagues who share similar goals and challenges in their businesses. It's a welcoming place full of great ideas that have moved me forward both professionally and personally. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Ann_Marie_Forshay_1469170036.jpg
Sara Krisher ICF Minnesota is the place to be if you're a coach or you're interested in the coaching profession. We come together to connect, grow and give because we are stronger together than we are apart. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Sara_Socwell_63997586.jpg
Lance Hazzard I chose to get involved with the ICF Minnesota Chapter to be part of a community of coaches who help our clients grow and achieve their goals. This organization brings great content to our coaching community and enables opportunities to learn and collaborate in multiple ways. //s3.amazonaws.com/ClubExpressClubFiles/907122/graphics/Lance_Hazzard_1065569928.jpg






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Date: 8/1/2021
Subject: August Catalyst 2021
From: ICF Minnesota



Catalyst
August 2021
Vision
Be the premier organization for advancing the coaching profession.

Mission

To cultivate a multi-cultural community of coaches that advances the coaching profession through professional development, networking and adherence to ICF professional and ethical standards

President's Letter

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Perfect timing…

I am in Fargo helping my mom this week and will be here for a while. Yesterday, I had a full day working remotely from Fargo. I was faced with finding the best location to work at my mom’s house, setting up my workspace, attending many Zoom calls, and running errands afterward.

At the end of a busy day of work it was time to run a few errands; however, the timing was going to be tight. I had to drive to the mall, return a computer cord, pick up a different cord, and drive to the restaurant to get our take-out dinner within 30 minutes. I knew it was a stretch goal. I was focused as I headed out the door and then my mom asked me to pick up the newspaper. This last request was potentially tricky. Fargo only prints the paper two days each week and I was uncertain if there would be any papers left this late in the day. I told her I’d do my best.

I got in the car, took a breath, and headed out. Then something wonderful happened! All the lights were green so the drive to the mall was effortless, there was no line for returns or pickups at the store, and the lights were green on the return trip. I was riding the wave as I walked into the gas station where the last Fargo Forum sat on the counter waiting for me alongside a Star Tribune which I bought for her as a bonus. I drove to the restaurant and arrived at the exact time the food was brought out to the cashier. Many people would call this Serendipity or Synchronicity. I agree and would even take it a step further to say the universe was supporting me as I supported her. It was unexpected and delightful. It reminds me to ask these questions more frequently.

· How have you experienced serendipity/synchronicity lately?

· Where are you curious about the alignment and timing and how perfect it was?

· How are you being supported and lifted-up?

· What can you do to support and encourage others?

Cheryl L G Hegland
President ICF Minnesota Chapter 


Events

Aug 2021 event 
ICF Minnesota would like to invite you to our
Coaching in Non-Profits: Your Mission Awaits-Panel Discussion

Register Here!

Facilitator: Renay Dossman, President-Neighborhood Development Center | CPCC
Panelist: Betsy McDermott Altheimer | Kate Genereux | Mary Kay Delvo
Date: Tuesday, August 24, 2021
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CST
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ocation: Zoom
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EU’s: 2
Program

An interactive panel discussion focused on the impact and need for coaching in non-profit organizations.  Coaching services for the non-profit professional remain scarce. When and if a non-profit organization receives an increase in donations or other external funding, such resources usually go directly to programs for their often, underestimated clients.

While appreciating the benefits of staff development and employee self-care, non-profits often cannot afford the additional resources it takes to offer training internally to their employees and volunteers. The non-profit space is experiencing an awaking to the power of coaching.  Through partnerships and expansion within grants, offering hybrid solutions, can be the key to unlocking coaching in a powerful way to make a difference. 

ICF MN Members who have paid the annual fee: Free
ICF Global & MN Members (who have not paid annual fee) and non-members: $25.00

We look forward to seeing you there virtually!!  


Chapter News

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2022 ICF MN Board Opportunities!

Are you passionate about creating new opportunities for learning and connecting with fellow coaches?

Do you enjoy being involved and making an impact to the coaching profession?

Do you love being part of a community that, together, supports coaches?

If that sounds like you then we have a board position just for you.

We are searching for future board members for 2022.  If you think you are interested and would like to learn more please contact either Ann Houser at presidentelect@icfminnesota.org, Cheryl Hegland president@ICFMinnesota.org or Deb Johnson pastpresident@icfminnesota.org


Welcome with a bird
July 2021 - New Members!
TERRI MATTSON

Congratulations July 2021 Newly Accredited ICF MN Members!
ACC
Christopher Diller
PCC
Cinda Kamphoff

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Here is your chance to recognize one of your fellow coaches!

We are looking for coaches within our community who would like to recognize a fellow coach. If that is you, please create a 60 second video clip and submit it by September 1, 2021, to Jason Jones via text to 651 646-8083 or email to Jason@thecoahinghour.com. We will be creating a tapestry of the videos we receive to be viewed at our upcoming virtual Celebration of Excellence & Service in Coaching on September 28, 2021. This is an opportunity that expands our recognition to our professional coaching community. Please register on our website, https://www.icfminnesota.org under Events. Thank you in advance for your time and we look forward to seeing some amazing videos! If you have any questions, please contact Deb Johnson at pastpresident@icfminnesota.org.

Community Resources

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BIPOC Safe Space Session

ICF MN is doing its part as an organization to deal with issues that relate to indifferences that deal directly with equity and inclusion. One way we are working towards a better tomorrow is by creating a Safe Space for BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color) Coaches.
This group will meet at 12:00 pm on the 4th Friday of each month for the next 6 months. It will be a place where BIPOC folks can network, share stories, trade insights, and be able to be seen and heard. 
We invite you to our next session!
Friday, Aug 27th, 2021 from 12:00-1:00 via Zoom  


The Zoom link to access the session is:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86735081933?pwd=aXFtSnR4K0c1b3k1RjNwRDJPMjBWdz09

Meeting ID: 867 3508 1933
Passcode: 050134


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