News and Notes
Thanks to the coaching colleagues and friends who stopped by for the author book signing at last month’s International Coach Federation (ICF) conference in Montreal. Our book, On Becoming a Leadership Coach: A Holistic Approach to Coaching Excellence, edited by Chris Wahl, Clarice Scriber, and Beth Bloomfield, did well in the conference book store, and it was reviewed by Judith Westbrook in the November newsletter of the ICF’s Washington, DC Chapter.
Over 40 Georgetown University leadership coaching program grads and faculty members gathered in a local restaurant for a special dinner at the ICF Montreal conference, sharing professional experiences and renewing friendships.
Be sure to check out Beth Bloomfield’s A Different Optic blog, dedicated to exploring what makes for good leadership, how to help leaders develop their skills and capacities, and how to create organizations that nurture and support good leadership.
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is coaching participants in the first-ever Darden School of Business (University of Virginia) MBA for Executives program.
After a break last semester, Beth Bloomfield is back on the faculty as a Learning Circle Coach with the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Certificate Program.
Beth Bloomfield is serving as a coach for students in the Executive MBA Program at the
Robert H. Smith School of Business of the University of Maryland.