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June 22 2018 In-Person Event
June 22 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm$20.00 – $25.00
|Led by:||Renee Charney, PhD, PCC (click here for presenter’s bio)|
|Date:||Friday, June 22, 2018|
|Time:||10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET (rain or shine)|
1112 Dukes Parkway West
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
|Price:||$20 – Members
$25 – Non-members
ICF-NJ Premier members can use their code to get a 10% discount.
|Schedule (times are aproximate):||10:00 am – Registration, warm up, and begin coaching conversation (ICF-NJ will provide water)
10:30 am: Hiking through Duke Farms
12:00 pm: Lunch and explore collective learning at Farm Barn Café, in Orientation Center
1:00 pm: Closing
|What to bring:||Good walking shoes, a hat or umbrella (weather dependent)
Sun lotion and/or insect repellent
A small notebook or journal, and pen or pencil for capturing your reflections
Waist or light backpack to carry your gear
And your own presence and awareness!
The event will take place rain or shine..
“Coaching, Metaphor, and Self-Discovery Inspired by Nature and Community”
Experience an easy morning hike with your coaching community. Connect with nature to inspire reflection, insightfulness, self-discovery, and action.
Renee Charney will serve as our guide to prompt questions to explore through a lens of poetry and metaphor. Use this opportunity to connect with images of nature, conversations, and partnerships, and to create possibilities for new ways of being in your coaching while experiencing a morning convening with nature.
Renee Charney, PhD, PCC
Through collaborative partnering, Renee contributes to the growth, potential, and development of executives, leaders, and teams as they seek to gain clarity of what is most important for them and for their organizations. She brings over 25 years of experience working in large corporations, as a scholar and practitioner of leadership and change.
Renee’s interest is centered in coaching and facilitating individual, leadership, and team growth, and in leading initiatives that influence ongoing development and capacity-building through learning and discovery. She engages with others as a “thought partner” (rather than as an expert with all the answers) and fully embraces that her clients are whole human beings with experiences and strengths, so they may draw from those intuitive strengths to explore, come to know, deepen awareness, and unlock their potential, and ultimately achieve sustainable action and results.
You can find Renee at: http://www.charneycoachingconsulting.com.
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