Free Month of Business Coaching for International Coaching Week Feb. 7-13th 2010

Free Month of Business Coaching for International Coaching Week Feb. 7-13th 2010

I attended my local International Coach Federation chapter meeting today. Heartland Coaches and I was surprised no one even mentioned that next week is International Coaches week. This is my first year of not serving on the board so I’m not as involved as I have been in the past. Heartland Coaches has an extensive history of involving itself in the community and has even been recognized with award by the International Coach Federation which I was very proud to accept on behalf in 2008. S ‘Local Spirit, Global Presence- Community Activism award by the International Coaching Federation 


International Coach Federation

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Organizations that have won this esteemed award in the past include:

Local Spirit, Global Presence—Community Activism Award


  • Large chapter: ICF Metro D.C. Chapter for their pro bono coaching opportunities and innovative coaching awareness programs.
  • Large chapter: ICF NYC Chapter for their various community outreach and service programs during.
  • Medium chapter: ICF Turkey Chapter for establishing a coaching presence and providing pro-bono coaching to a global nonprofit organization.
  • Small chapter: Heartland Coaches ICF Chapter for raising the awareness and visibility of their chapter and the coaching profession.
  • (taken from wikipedia)

In honor of international coaching week, I am offering one month of business coaching sessions free to the first new client who hires me this month. Please use ICW as the code when contacting me to redeem your month of free coaching. So basically you get 2 months for the price of one. Your second month will be free. Offer good to be redeemed till Feb. 28th, 2010.

Coaches are always looking for ways to give back to the community. I am committed to doing this ongoing throughout the year I think we should raise up our voices and let them be heard. What is it you want to say? What is it you want to accomplish with your business.

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