Virtual Chapter Meeting & NE Regional Program
The Culture Coaching: Defining a New Field in
Executive & Organizational Coaching
ICF CCEUs are available for this session
About our speaker:
Timothy Timur Tiryaki is a global expert who works at the intersection of organizational culture and coaching. He is the founding and managing partner of the Maslow Centre for Executive Leadership, pioneering a unique approach of building coach leadership frameworks and "culture-actualization" to meet the workplace needs of the 21st century. Timothy has worked at large organizations such as Procter & Gamble, Intel, and Index Group in Sales, Marketing, and HR. He has coached C-level leaders and taught at Bosphorous University Lifelong Learning Center, Global Knowledge Canada, and Simon Fraser University. He holds seven coaching certificates, is trained in multiple coaching styles, and is currently writing his PhD. thesis on Wise Leadership for Organizations. Timothy has four published books in Turkish, including one on coaching, and he has worked with clients such as MEC, Telus, Aviso Wealth, Doctors of BC, and Suncor.
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Cocktails and Community
Tuesday, March 15, 2022
7:00 pm EDT
Join Steve Porcaro and Monica Leggett, ICF CT Past Presidents, and other members of the current ICF Board for a discussion about the ways you can get involved with the chapter.
- Did you know we have members actively helping in many aspects of running the chapter including committees for Technology, Membership, Marketing, and Programs?
- Do you have an interest in technology processes such as websites, social media, Zoom, and YouTube?
- Do you enjoy being part of a team, learning new skills, and getting to know fellow coaches?
In case this date doesn’t work for you, we’re having an additional discussion on Wednesday, March 16th at noon during our Coach Café session.
March is Women’s History month, devoted by the presidential proclamation, to reflect on, highlight, and honor the contribution of women in United States History.
Today, March 8th is International Women’s Day, where many countries around the world recognize the economic, political, and social achievements of women.
To learn more about the amazing women mentioned above and others whose influence has made an impact on our lives today, check out the Women’s History Month links on our
Resources Page. Here you will find interesting biographies, dedicated events, products made by women, for women and ideas on how to celebrate!
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