Becoming a Leadership Coach at Georgetown University

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Dec 16, 2012 Comments Off on Becoming a Leadership Coach at Georgetown University

Online Webinar
Tuesday, January 8, 2013, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Have you ever considered becoming a leadership coach or engaging coaches to help your organization move forward? Founded in 2000, Georgetown University's Leadership Coaching Certificate Program was the first university-based coaching program established in the world — and the first leadership coaching program. Since then, more than 1000 professionals have graduated from the program, and today many of Georgetown's coaching graduates are leading the way in the emerging profession of coaching. The program and its world-class faculty have earned a reputation for excellence in coach training as well as for providing a life-changing experience to adult students from across sectors and geographies. Its success has inspired the launch of Georgetown's new Institute for Transformational Leadership. During this webinar you will learn about the history of the program and our philosophy of coaching. You’ll also explore what you can expect if you attend this program and why our graduates are making an impact in the world. Join Georgetown's Program Directors to learn more about the Leadership Coaching program and discover whether leadership coaching is in your future.

Pat Mathews is a Master Certified Coach (International Coach Federation) and President of Mathews Associates. Pat is dedicated to supporting leaders as they build productive partnerships, teams and workplaces. While she works with leaders in all fields, she is drawn to health care. She has had over 40 years of health care experience, including clinical, management and educational roles in acute care, outpatient and educational settings.

Julie Shows, MCC, is the president and founder of The Coaching Connection, a coaching company that works with leaders, executives and entrepreneurs. Since 1996 she has been working with clients to identify their own personal and professional strengths and develop strategies to realize their full potential in individual and corporate life.

DC Event Type: Educational

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