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PCA Idaho October 2017 Meeting: Getting Down to the Core of Coaching: Setting the Agreement

  • 13 Oct 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Stevens-Henager College: 1444 S Entertainment Ave, Boise, ID 83709


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Getting Down to the Core of Coaching:  Setting the Agreement 

Setting the agreement with your client is a critical step in a successful Client-Coach relationship. Creating a positive and productive coaching experience starts with expectations and defining those expectations then defines your ‘agreement’.  The agreement starts establishing your coaching relationship and is essential as it continues with each individual session.  

Come join us in October when Vicki Lundin-Taylor, PhD, MBA, ACC, will be presenting on this important component of coaching.  

Dr. Vicki Lundin-Taylor,  is a credentialed Transformative Coach, works with adults toward the development of personal and professional intentions; coaching individuals looking to actualize possibilities and potential.  

Credentialed with the International Coaching Federation and a member with the Professional Coaching Association Idaho, Vicki is Executive Core Faculty and manages the Coaching Specialization within Sofia University in Palo Alto, California. Vicki has created and instructs a coaching curriculum to include Entrepreneurial Spirit, Ethics in Coaching, and Practicum courses.

Coaching Cafe Conversations is back!!!

Come at 11:00  and visit with other members of the association!! We will have access to the student lounge, next to the meeting space.  Bring a beverage and enjoy some stimulating conversation. 

Feel free to bring your lunch and enjoy during the meeting. 


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