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November 2015

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Courses & Events

Newsletter Certification

Distance Learning
January 11, 2016

Facilitators: Belma González and
Dewey Schott

Los Altos Hills, CA USA
March 5, 2016

Facilitators: Kim Fowler, Ernest Mark and Rebecca Aced-Molina

New York, NY USA
March 5, 2016
Facilitators: Steven Filante and Sharon Brown

Mumbai, India
March 17, 2016
International Facilitators

Oakland, CA USA
June 11, 2016
Facilitators: Kim Fowler and Johnny Manzon-Santos

Omega Institute
June 12, 2016

Facilitators: Richard Michaels and Madhu Maron 

Newsletter Advanced

Leading Edge Coaching: Developing Vibrant, Supportive Community
January 7, 2016
Facilitator: Steven Filante

Advanced Mentoring
January 12, 2016
7-8:30 pm (Eastern)
Facilitator: Mary Kuentz

Leading Edge Coaching: The Dream Keys
February 4, 2016
Facilitator: Jagruti Gala

Newsletter Introductory

FREE! The Power of Coaching
December 2, 2015
7-8:30 pm (Eastern)

Facilitator: Dewey Schott

Coaching Essentials
December 5-6, 2015
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hong Kong

Facilitators: Jagruti Gala and Anna Mathisen

FREE! Coaching for Transformation Intro Session
December 11, 2015
7-9 pm (Eastern)
New York Open Center

Facilitators: Steven Filante and Sharon Brown

FREE! The Power of Coaching
December 15, 2015
2-3:30 pm (Eastern)

Facilitator: Rebecca Aced-Molina

Coaching Essentials
January 11, 2016
Distance Learning

Facilitators: Belma González and
Dewey Schott

Coaching Essentials
January 26-27, 2016
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Los Angeles, CA USA

Facilitators: Belma González and
Damon Azali-Rojas

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Coach's Corner

Calling Out the Power
by Manish Srivastata

When I “call out the power” with my clients, it brings me into my full power and unconditional love. I discover fearless love within me. I stand strong looking deep into my client’s soul-yearning. I believe in it and call it forth.

We both step into the unknown and discover the magic. It only happens when I operate from a place of deep love and faith in my client’s potential.

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Transform Today

Five Steps to Accepting Risk
by Mary Kuentz

I’ve taken many risks in my life...personal and professional. I’ve left jobs that no longer felt “right” even when I didn’t know what was next. I’ve moved halfway around the world to explore a dream, leaving everything and everyone I knew behind, because it was the right thing to do.

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Coaching in Communities

Planting The Seeds of Change: How A New Coach Is Rejuvenating Communities 
by Meghan Ondrish

In order to bring transformative change, the Coaching for Community Transformation team is always on the lookout for innovative approaches to bring more value to their clients and communities. Lucky for them, they have Lily Hollister.

Lily is a recent graduate of the Coaching for Transformation program, and has spent the last year bringing her coaching skills to social and ecological movements.

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Seedling in Dirt


Values: An Inside View
by Charlotte Morse

This series of articles on Leadership that Works’ values gives a glimpse into the core of our organization, defining the “why” and “how” we do business. Value - Social Justice

Core Value #2: Social Change
Transformational coaches and facilitators have the unique opportunity to step into the messiness of social dynamics, dig through the layers and rhythms of everyday life and empower people to work for positive change for themselves, others and their community. Our commitment is to be a powerful resource for people to contribute to the creation of a more equitable and just world.

Valuing social change as an organization means we are intentional about making coaching skills accessible to individuals, organizations and communities committed to improving people’s lives. Internally, we embrace the beauty of working in a diverse, international community and we are committed to increasing the awareness of our own biases through ongoing training and dialogue.

A snapshot of LTW’s core value of Social Change:
We take a stand for social, economic and environmental justice. We believe that each of us represents a complex mix of lived experiences, social identities, spiritual traditions and cultural backgrounds. We are committed to practicing cultural humility, and to authentically exploring issues of power, privilege and rank within ourselves and our communities, within our institutions and societal systems.

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Share the Learning is a set of 10 monthly FREE teleclasses designed to give you materials, support and practice to share Coaching for Community Transformation (CCT) coaching skills with the people you work with. This resource supports Leadership that Works’ commitment to expand the accessibility and impact of coaching through our community of trained and certified coaches.

If you are a graduate of a Leadership that Works coach training program, and you would like to enhance working relationships in your organization through coaching skills, get the details here.