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"Community Events" brings you the latest news about upcoming community events including professional development opportunities and upcoming conferences and events brought to you by local coaches and peers.  Please see our Submission Guidelines below.  

Member Submissions

Business Coaching Advantage – Core Skills & Inclusion-based Coaching

Submitted by: Maggie Coulter, PeopleDynamics Learning Group Inc.

BIPOC Collaborative Connections

Submitted by: Terri Donohue

Certifications! EQ-i2.0 & EQ360, Change & Resilience Assessments from EI Advantage

Submitted by: Janice Gair

Coaching Supervision for Team Coaches

Submitted by: Michelle Chambers


Submitted by: Cinnie Noble

Be in Demand! Get EQ-i and EQ 360 Certified!

Submitted by: David Cory

Group Mentor Coaching (All levels) with Cathy Shaughnessy, MCC and ICF Assessor

Submitted by: Cathy Shaughnessy

Mentor Coaching for ACC and PCC Credentials

Submitted by: Jo Bennett, ACPC, PCC, ACE

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Business Coaching Advantage – Core Skills & Inclusion-based Coaching

We are committed to creating inclusive spaces and advocating for equity in the world.


Coursework and virtual practicum make for a compact 4 to 6 month program of intense learning, and you complete the training hours and coach assessment required to apply for your ICF ACC credential (with appropriate number of coaching hours). October 2023 start for Core Skills, December 2023 start for Credential Course.

ICF Level 1 accredited program.


For experienced coaches who want to deepen their skill set and work towards coaching at the PCC level. A rigorous and intensive program, participants will complete the training hours and coach assessment required to apply for your ICF PCC credential (with appropriate number of coaching hours accrued). September 2023 start.

ICF Level 2 accredited program.


As coaches we have an opportunity in every conversation to co-create experiences with clients which invites feelings of being deeply seen, heard and valued. To engage in this work from a place of honesty and vulnerability we must begin first with being open to seeing the expansive wholeness of who we are as coaches and how our lived experiences shape how we see and communicate with the world around us. Q1 2024, dates TBA.

6 ICF CCEU’s available.

Learn more here.

Contact us to learn more: call Maggie at 416-988-5115 or email info@peopledynamicslearning.com

Maggie Coulter

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BIPOC Collaborative Connections

I'm excited to introduce you to BIPOC Collaborative Connections, an online community committed to fostering inclusivity and equity for individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) with diverse identities. As an Inclusive Coach and a Black Neurospicy woman, I profoundly understand the unique intersectional experiences that marginalized individuals encounter. Drawing from my extensive experience in the non-profit sector, I am acutely aware of the challenges and isolation that individuals of color face when striving to establish inclusive spaces. However, we don't have to carry this burden alone. Join our community of coaches and let's collaboratively create a space where BIPOC individuals can connect, exchange experiences, and support each other on the journey to a more equitable and inclusive world.

Our community offers a haven for coaches of color to express themselves, collaborate, and access the support they require. We firmly believe that it's not the identities of marginalized individuals that need fixing, but rather the systems and structures responsible for inequality. Our goal is to understand and deconstruct these societal structures by bolstering our community, which, in turn, equips us to support our coaching clients effectively.

Join us at BIPOC Collaborative Connections and let's work together towards a more inclusive and equitable world. Additionally, we extend our support to organizations as a dedicated coaching resource group, thereby making a significant impact toward achieving equity.

Terri Donohue 

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Certifications! EQ-i2.0 & EQ360, Change & Resilience Assessments from EI Advantage

Looking to grow your business? Check our our most popular certification programs!!

EQ-i2.0 & EQ360 Certification: November 27-30, 11-3 EST. Grow your business and become certified to deliver EQ assessments to your clients. Cost: $1650 More info here!

Change Style Indicator Certification: Self guided 3-hour program to become certified and deliver Change Style Indicator assessments to your clients. Cost: $899 More info here!

Hardiness Resilience Gauge Certification: Self guided 3-hour program to become certified to deliver Resilience assessments. Includes strategies for your client to implement. Cost: $699 More info here!

Need more info? Contact us at info@eiadvantage.ca

Janice Gair

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Coaching Supervision for Team Coaches

Team coaching supervision is a safe space in which you can reflect on the teams you are coaching, the impact you are making and how the work is impacting you. All coaches benefit from the reflective pause and opportunity to learn with others. Join Michelle Chambers and Dr. Jacqueline Peters, well respected team coaches and trained team coaching supervisors to invest in you and improve your practice.

Sessions are 2 hours each. Group is limited to 6 participants. Program runs Oct. 4, Nov. 1 and Dec. 6 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. EDT. Fee is $1200 Cdn. Approaches grounded in the “10 Eyed Model” (Hawkins) and other team coaching models. These sessions meet the requirements for the new Advanced Certificate in Team Coaching with ICF and qualify for CCE credits.

Contact either Michelle@chambersandassociates.ca or Jacqueline.peters@inneractive.ca for more info.

Michelle Chambers

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by CINERGY® Coaching

Conflict management coaching is a specialized niche in the fields of coaching. Coaches who practice this specialty support clients to effectively prevent unnecessary conflict, to manage specific disputes and to strengthen their conflict management skills.

The outcomes of this workshop that focuses on this specialty are that participants will gain:

  1. the theory, principles and methods specific to the CINERGY® model of conflict management coaching;
  2. an introduction to and basic working knowledge of conflict management coaching using the CINERGY® model;
  3. an understanding of the types of skills required to provide this form of coaching;
  4. experience of the coaching model as a coach, ‘client’ and observer;
  5. knowledge of the applications of this technique; and
  6. suggested documents and information about the logistics of conflict management coaching.

Participants who attend the full program earn up to 34 ICF credits. The sessions and practices will occur over the weeks of November 27-December 14, 2023. More information may be found at https://cinergycoaching.com/training/coaching-practitioner/ or contact Cinnie Noble PCC, LL.M. (DR) CINERGY® Coaching at: Email: cinnie@cinergycoaching.com; Phone: 416-686-4247

We offer a $100 discount to members of ICF and ICF CCEUs are granted to participants who complete this workshop.

Cinnie Noble

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Be in Demand! Get EQ-i and EQ 360 Certified!

Get certified to use the measures of EQ used by Amazon and Microsoft as the basis for their leadership training and coaching - and get certified by the company that Amazon and Microsoft get their coaches certified by - The Emotional Intelligence Training Company Inc. (EITC)

EITC was one of the first companies to partner with MHS to offer the EQ-i Certification Course and for the last 23 years we have been the leading provider of the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 360 Certification Course globally.

Get certified in the 4 half-day live online course and then take your learning deeper with the 2 half-day live online course, Developing EQ where you will learn how to help clients develop their EQ through coaching and training and get a complete turn-key workshop for use in your organization, including participant workbook, interactive exercises and learning activities, video clips, and power-point slides. Learn more.

David Cory

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Group Mentor Coaching (All levels) with Cathy Shaughnessy, MCC and ICF Assessor

As a trained Mentor Coach, and ICF Assessor, I have provided hundreds of hours of feedback for credential candidates at all levels. Come join a group! ACC and PCC candidates: https://perspectiveinaction.com/mentor-coaching-program MCC candidates: https://perspectiveinaction.com/mccprep

Cathy Shaughnessy

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Mentor Coaching with Jo Bennett, ACPC, PCC, ACE

Engage with confidence in a personalized 1:1 space where you can flourish as a coach!

For five years I have mentored clients in the early stages of their coaching journey: individuals in ICF accredited education programs, those applying for an ACC or PCC credential, as well as ICF members renewing their ACC credential. I am specifically trained in mentor coaching, and I am registered as a mentor coach with the ICF.

I take a coach approach with mentor clients to deepen their self reflection skills, collaborating to explore growth edges while celebrating current gifts. There is ample time to steep in the ICF Code of Ethics and Core Competencies for rich alignment. We co-generate thoughtful feedback on two or more recorded calls. My coach clients build on insights discovered during and between our sessions, as they witness their growth in their own client’s results.

More information is available on my website: https://solomojo.ca/icf-mentor-coach/

It is a joy and privilege to work with newer coaches. Their dedication to learning inspires me to grow and thrive as a professional.

I look forward to working with you!

Jo Bennett

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Submission Guidelines

ICF-Toronto Chapter Members (paid the $100 Activity Fee):
  • Limited to 1 free submission per month
  • Additional submissions $50/insertion
ICF-Toronto Members/Guests:
  • Submission (up to 250 words with link to your site):  $100/insertion
Please note:
  • Submissions by ICF-Toronto Members will only be accepted for events they themselves are presenting.  All other events will be deemed to fall under the "Guest" category.
  • All listings are linked to our monthly e-bulletin that is published on the 15th of each month and emailed to all members (or next business day if the 15th falls on a weekend).
  • Maximum 250 words.
  • Submissions will be sent to Info@icftoronto.com in either plain text, HTML or Word doc format.
  • Payment must be received and processed by the deadline in order for the submission to be distributed.
  • Lead time:  All submissions must be received and paid for 3-5 business days before the publish date.
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