Alyson Garrido, PCC
The NZ Southern & Central branch aims to support the three ICF Australasia Chapter strategic pillars of Member Experience, Coaching Excellence and External Stakeholder Engagement. When the field of coaching and professional standards are shared, we will all benefit.
Our branch provides accessible opportunities for coaches to develop their coaching skills and business through learning, networking, promotional opportunities, supervision and credentialing. We also offer in personal and virtual meetings as well as social events to get to know other coaches and earn continuing coach education credits.
We are a welcoming community in which members and non-members can learn about and further the art and science of professional coaching. If you are new to coaching, ICF membership is a great way to learn and to build your coaching community. If you are an experienced coach, you can benefit from opportunities to take your coaching to that next level, whether you are interested in credentialing or focused on growing your coaching skills.
Please join us at an upcoming event or reach out to Alyson Garrido (firstname.lastname@example.org) anytime with questions.
The NZ Southern & Central Branch offers coaches, and those interested in coaching, regular occasions to meet in-person and virtually to attend programs, earn continuing coach education credits and get more involved with the coaching community.
Our leadership team is comprised of a group of experienced coaches from diverse fields who are focused on the strategic pillars of Member Experience, Coaching Excellence and Key Stakeholder Engagement. We wholeheartedly believe that when the field of coaching and professional standards are shared, we all benefit – and there’s no reason we can’t have fun while elevating our profession. Please join us at an upcoming event or reach out to Alyson Garrido (email@example.com) or another member of the leadership team, anytime with questions.
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