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Create a Year You Love — and Love Creating It!
January 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree – $25.00
Use Visioning in 2024 to achieve what you really want — for yourself, your clients and your organization
by Donna R. Billings, PCC
CCEs: 1.0 (0.5 core/0.5 resource)
Don’t you think the topsy turvy year 2023 is a compelling reason to head into 2024 with all cylinders firing – with a plan/vision for taking charge of your life in a world of uncertainties and unpredictables?
Coaches: come to this presentation to experience your “best self” in 2024. As you settle into the new year, are you looking for new ideas to jumpstart and infuse a refreshed mindset into your own world as well as for your clients? What intentions have you set for yourself to make you a richer, stronger, and more self-aware individual? How are you helping your clients re-focus for a successful 2024?
Get energized as Donna shares her experiences over the past 25 years in helping her clients see their own energy shift as a result of a unique yearly visioning and intention-setting process. Learn how you, too, can bring your and your clients’ best selves into 2024 with a refreshed mindset. Discover creative ways to set goals and resolutions
Through discussion, a short case study and hands-on practice in the chat rooms, participants will walk away with:
- an energy shift as you learn to experience this new year differently;
- a greater awareness of the importance in setting a vision for yourself and for your clients; and
- one or two practical tools to use for yourself and your clients to experience 2024 differently.
Speaker: Donna R. Billings, PCC, has transitioned through a very diverse. multi-level career, both in the corporate world and in academia. As a professionally certified coach, an author and former university faculty, she functioned as a senior level Organizational Development and Human Resource Manager; a full-time MBA assistant professor; and both adjunct faculty and consultant in the former Duquesne University’s School of Leadership and Professional Advancement. She was the architect and co-founder of Duquesne’s Professional Coach Certification Program. Donna was awarded Innovator Coach of the Year at the 2013 ICF Midwest Regional Conference for her work in developing this program.
Her coaching career has spanned more than 25 years and her client base has been diverse, from coaching new leaders from around the world as an invited participant in a joint program of the International Coach Federation and the United Nations UNICEF and World Food Programme to coaching top leaders in academia and corporate.
During her academic career, she designed and/or taught leadership, management and diversity courses in the MBA program at Chatham University. At Duquesne University’s School of Leadership and Professional Advancement, she designed and taught an on-line course called Leading and Coaching Across Generations.
Donna’s coaching certifications include CPPC through the Coach Training Institute; Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF); Behavioral Coach trained by Marshall Goldsmith. She is an authorized facilitator for Team Coaching International; trained in Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching; and a master certification trainer for the Center for Leadership Studies. She has served on the ICF Research and Education Committee; and is Past President of the ICF-Pittsburgh Coaches Association. Donna earned her Master’s Degree in Business from Robert Morris University. She is the author of the memoir/coaching book, Red and Purple Hiking Boots: An Older Woman’s Trek to “It’s Never Too Late”.
ICF Pittsburgh Member/Affiliate – $0
ICF Global Affiliate Chapters – $15
Non-members – $25
Recording only – $25