ICF Oregon Charter Chapter holds events every month for the purpose of:

Nurturing member connections and relationships
Building a community-of-practice
Sharing coach experiences and acquire information
Earn ICF-accredited CCEU's

Our meetings are action-oriented, inspiring, and relevant to today's coaching practices. 

We offer in-person Chapter Events, Lunch & Learn Virtual Series, as well as Special Events.


Upcoming events

    • Tuesday, March 12, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Double Tree Hotel, 1000 NE Multnomah St, Portland OR
    Register



    Astonishing Results - Free your clients of negative beliefs, painful memories, and emotional triggers.

    This 90 minute session, hosted by Michael Kline, is an experiential journey that feels like a combination of interactive guided imagery, somatic sensing and creative play. Participants close their eyes, and dip into a relaxing process of allowing their imagination to connect them with resources, engage in dialogue, find emotions in their bodies and learn techniques for releasing those emotions verbally, visually and kinesthetically. 

    Expected Outcomes for Coaches:

    • Build your confidence in working with strong emotions
    • Learn how discoveries in neuroplasticity make anything possible for your clients
    • Expand your ability to serve as a neutral witness, allowing your client deeper discover

    Learning Objectives aligned with the following Core Competencies:

    • Designing Actions:  Ability to create with the client opportunities for ongoing learning, during coaching and in work/life situations, and for taking new actions that will most effectively lead to agreed-upon coaching results.
    • Planning and Goal Setting:  Ability to develop and maintain an effective coaching plan with the client.
    • Managing Progress and Accountability:  Ability to hold attention on what is important for the client, and to leave responsibility with the client to take action.

    .75 Core Competency and 0.75 Resource Development CCEUs

     Zoom Attendees welcome!


               About Michael Kline


    Michael Kline is a Master Certified RIM Facilitator & Trainer, and a Certified Jack Canfield Speaker and Trainer.  He is the 11th of 12 children born into poverty to an alcoholic father living in a junkyard. He lost his mother to cancer at age 7 and was raised by an emotionally abusive aunt and uncle. Michael learned the powerful lesson of the junkyard; Resourcefulness is more important the resources.

    Against all odds, he won a prestigious scholarship and launched a professional career becoming a Director of Training & Development for the world’s largest travel franchise company. Michael then became the turnaround president of a regional franchise with 58 locations. After helping dozens of franchisees launch and grow their businesses, it was time for Michael to spread his own entrepreneurial wings. He left the corporate world and has since launched 6 successful small businesses of his own. During that same period, he wrote a newspaper advice column, chaired his local SCORE Chapter, and became very involved with local non-profits and community events.

    His journey from junkyard to country club is proof that anyone can achieve anything. Michael is now a Certified Jack Canfield Speaker & Trainer, and Master Certified RIM (Regenerating Images in Memory) Practitioner & Licensed Trainer. He currently speaks and trains to business audiences about human potential, specifically in Leadership & Teamwork, Success Principles, Corporate Culture, Communications, Personal Growth, and Empowerment.

    Currently, Michael works closely with Jack Canfield, assisting him with his prestigious Train the Trainer Program, developing the next generation of speakers and trainers around the world. Also, as a RIM Institute Licensed Trainer, Michael teaches advanced coaching skills to Certified Coaches. In his private practice, Michael serves professional women (and a few smart men) who want to make the second half of their life a whole lot better than the first half.




Chapter Events

Lunch & Learn Series


ICF Oregon Charter Chapter holds Chapter Events every other month:

  • You have the option to meet in person or virtually
  • We meet every other month - January, March, May, July, September, and November
  • Networking starts at 5:30 PM, Chapter announcements from 6PM to 6:30PM, the Speaker Program from 6:30PM - 8:00PM
  • Earn ICF-accredited CCEU's




Do you have limited time but want quality coaching education? Welcome to the Lunch & Learn Series! 

With a computer (or smart phone or tablet!), earn ICF Resource CEU's (1.5!) on your lunch hour! In addition, all members have access to to all past Lunch & Learn recordings. And, no cost to Gold Members!




Special Events

ICF Oregon Charter Chapter holds Special Events as well throughout the year:

Maximize Your Membership!

This event is held in August of each year, geared for new and existing members to learn all there is to know about the benefits of ICF membership - meet the board members, enjoy a nosh and a sip. Free to all!

Holiday Party!

Let's Celebrate! You! A thank you and celebration of all our members - always something new and special each year.

International Coaching Week

This is a global event sponsored by the International Coach Federation - ICF coaches and ICF Chapters from all over the world hold special events to promote and support the art, science, and practice of coaching. These events are held in May - stay tuned!


 

 




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