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International Coaching Federation Switzerland

ICF Switzerland Chapter Bern: Virtual event

Creative Blogging for Coaches

Monday October 25th, 2021, 18h30 - 20h00

Sam Allen PCC/CPCC PGCE

 

Description

Would you like to be able to create more meaningful and creative blog posts with ease and flow?

In this interactive workshop Sam will help you to share your unique message with the world in an authentic and powerful way!

You will discover how to create posts that spark interest and help to attract resonant readers and clients.

Objectives

The workshop will encourage you to connect to your essence and your imagination and you will walk away with some tangible ideas for blog posts ready to share with your network.

By the end of this 1.5-hour online experience, you will also come away with:

  • free flowing ideas
  • deeper connection to your rich and colourful inner world
  • positive energy
  • the motivation to create

ICF Core Competencies

Other - increasing visibility via blog post writing

About the speaker

Sam Allen PCC/CPCC PGCE
Sam is a passionate and playful Creative Leadership Coach and Happy Teams Facilitator, Poet and Podcaster hailing from Southampton, England and has been living in Dornach near Basel for the past eleven years. Her mission is to empower people to show up consciously, creatively, and authentically in their professional and personal lives. 

A quirky eccentric through and through, Sam is a real advocate for free expression and is hugely inspired by nature and her incredible late Father. She began writing her popular Peacock Poetry blog back in 2017 and knows from personal experience that one of the greatest acts of self-love we can offer ourselves is to create something new every day. 

CCEU's

You will get 1.5 CCUE's for this event.

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Workshop

Date

Monday October 25th, 2021

Agenda

18h30 - 20h00 Workshop and discussion

Organized by ICF Chapter Bern

Alexandra Philipona, PCC, Chapter Leader

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