Thursday, May 5 - The Path Forward For Your Well-Being - REGISTER HERE
Coaches Janice Lung and Georgia Anderson will discuss how to calm the mind and to lay a foundation for beneficial habits as society continues in quarantine and beings to emerge back into the world.
In this time of COVID-19, learn how to keep moving forward by joining us during International Coaching Week, Monday, May 4 through Thursday, May 7, from noon to 1 pm MST via Zoom. Join a panel of professional coaches, sponsored by the newest chapter of International Coach Federation, ICF High Country, on navigating your Career, Life, Business, and Overall Well-Being during these extraordinary times and beyond.
“We are living in unprecedented times and we are all looking for our new path forward. To help our communities and in honor of International Coaching Week, the ICF High Country is sponsoring free webinars for the community. We are offering them support as they move forward in their careers, life, business, and hopefully, health. We want people to experience the positive effects of working with a coach and the positive impact it can have on their lives." Debra Armstrong, M.Ed., ACC, President of ICF High Country.
Every individual has a unique story and current situation and we are in this together! Join us to learn new ideas and methods and to discuss your questions and concerns.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Dr. Janice Lung is owner of b.Well, LLC and a life, health, and wellness coach in the Treasure Valley, Idaho. She is on a mission to help individuals, organizations, and communities become healthy, happy, and productive. Since 2009 she has helped hundreds of individuals define, design and create their own brand of well-being.
Georgia Anderson specializes in Presence Based Leadership Coaching, focusing on relationships at home and work. She is also Gottman trained educator and Board Certified Massage Therapist. She founded Knowhowmom.com in 2015 after decades of educating families. She coaches and teaches simple skills anyone can master to promote strong relationships and personal flourishing. Georgia lives in SLC with her husband and is the proud spoiler of 13 grandkids. She loves to hike, ski and kayak.