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Covid-19 Update
Published on: 3/12/2020
Dear Members:

We are all now impacted by Covid-19. From this point on, we will be adjusting our meetings to promote safety while enabling our members to continue to meet and support one another.

Our commitment to your safety is paramount, therefore, your ICFNE Board has decided to convert our March 19, 2020 event from Live to Virtual.

Registrants, please keep the event on your schedules. You will be sent the Zoom login information prior to the event.

In addition, there is still time to register here for the virtual event, Leading Organizational Change with Appreciative Inquiry. Appreciative Inquiry is an evidence-based coaching modality that affirms the positive. As you may know, companies are seeking evidence-based coaching. Here's your chance to add Appreciative Inquiry to your toolbox! Register here:

We do not yet fully understand the long-
Updated ICF Core Competency Model October 2019
Published on: 12/5/2019
Following a rigorous, 24-month coaching practice analysis, the International Coach Federation is announcing an updated ICF Coaching Core Competency Model.
Coaching Opportunities
Published on: 10/10/2019
ICFNE is now posting job opportunities from New England organizations who have reached out to us seeking credentialed ICFNE Coaches for coaching-related positions. These are available to view by ICFNE Members by signing in as a Member. Go to the Resources Tab to see the link to the Coaching Opportunities page.
2019 Global Coaching Survey: Make Your Voice Heard
Published on: 10/8/2019
The 2019 Global Coaching Survey, commissioned by ICF and conducted by PwC, is open at this time. The study explores topics including industry size and revenue, the business and practice of coaching, and perspectives on industry trends. Make sure your voice is heard. Complete the survey today and share the link with the coaches—and managers and leaders who use coaching skills—in your network!
New Hampshire Bill SB 114
Published on: 5/23/2019
Recently, a bill was introduced (SB 114) in the state of New Hampshire to establish a committee to study state oversight and potential regulation of life coaches.