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Participant Services & Office Manager — Ext 101
Faculty Coordinator — Ext. 103
President & Director of Training — Ext 108

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Events

Discover opportunities to gather in community, attend one-of-a-kind workshops, access coaching approach tools and resources, and be connected. Mark your calendars and remember to Register to reserve your space!

Seasonal Professional Development Series

A free monthly webinar hosted by our Director of Training, Janet M. Harvey, MCC with invited guests who offer insight, knowledge and practical tools that contribute to being a thriving coach practitioner. Third Thursday each month, 12:00-1:00 US Pacific Time.

Community Movie Night

A free quarterly event hosted at our inviteCHANGE Training Center in Edmonds, WA and hosted by our Director of Training, Janet M. Harvey, MCC. Coaches along with family and friends are welcome for popcorn and beverages as well as a lively dialogue about movies as metaphors for the life long journey of satisfying life!

The New Best Human Nature Assessment ~ The Core Values Index

CVI™ Introductory Webinar with Dan Cox, Global Director of Associate Development, Taylor Protocols, Inc.

This webinar will cover the underpinnings of the Core Values Index™ and a briefing on how it is used in Coaching, Leadership Development, and Training.  We will also see how the CVI™ plays a central role in our Top Performer Profile™ - putting every person in the right seat doing the right work.  Finally participants will learn how they can leverage a 25-year foundation of our tested protocols. Dan serves as Global Director of Associate Development for Taylor Protocols, Inc., … read more.

The Keystone Habit of Noticing: Cultivating ‘Automatic Awareness’

Susan K. Schmidt, MEd, PCC

Current findings in neuroscience confirm it—humans are mostly a bundle of habits! The good news about that is we can truly change our habits. Our plastic brains are designed to learn, and the keystone to learning is noticing a habit engage before it runs its course and deliberately choose something else. In the words of David Rock, we may not have free will, but we have “free won’t.” Join me for an exploration of the idea that all intentional change … read more.

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