At the annual International Coaching Federation of New England's Gala 2014, I had the honor of being awarded Business Coach of the Year 2014.
I confess to being totally tongue tied (I know hard to belief) upon receiving the award. Now, later and calmer, I share with you some of the successes in my endeavors to provide excellence in coaching:
The greatest achievement of the human spirit is to live up to one's opportunities and make the most of one's resources
- This is my fourth year as volunteer facilitator for WE CAN’s workshop “From Surviving to Thriving," which has assisted more than 125 women to date.
- I am participating in the Institute for Career Transition’s on-going project, founded by MIT-based scholars, to identify and compare the outcomes of the value of various coaching delivery models in assisting the long-term unemployed gain quality employment.
- My ongoing work with professionals and small business owners through transitions in their work/life. Recent business engagements include individuals from David Ricardi Designs LLC, Cape Destinations, Canvasworks and A Whole Lotta Crunch.
- My Service as Membership VP, and for 2015, President-Elect for ICF New England assisting coaches, and Membership Chair, and for 2015, Vice President for ABWA Cape Cod assisting professional/business women in making the most of their experience with the chapter.
I am honored to be awarded this prestigious recognition. To quote from another post, “There are times the days bleed together faster than a flip-book. I want to take this moment to stop and savor this single picture and share this honor with my fellow nominees for Business Coach of the Year – Star Dargin, Helen Kosinski (Fellow Cape Codder), and Maureen LaTendre.
Thank you, Maggie