Being Outrageously Successful in 2011 - Live Event, Feb 11, 2011

ICF Orange County 5th Annual Coaching Day Event

Attend this one day information packed event on Friday February 11th where our coaches will inspire change, help you identify what’s holding you back,
share with you techniques to develop winning habits for success and
show you how to set a clear vision & meaningful goals so you can
Be Outrageously Successful in 2011!
Reincarnation of Theodore Roosevelt,
David Markovitz presents –
Leadership at the speed of change
David Markovitz is an expert on leadership.
As Teddy, David inspires people to overcome the challenges and
uncertainty we are facing with courage, boldness, integrity, character,
and action.They will learn how to CHARGE forward (as Teddy did in so
many ways), contributing to the strength and future of your enterprise.
Powerful coaching presentations by:

Dr. Frumi Barr, Mike Brenhaug, Doug Gfeller, Ken Gryske, Patricia Hirsch, Scott Hunter, Vicky Lee, Randy Tabor, Heather Wieshlow, Emily Woodman-Nance

Register before February 7th and your ticket to this full day event is $20.

Day of event – Friday February 11th

For more information and to register for event visit: ICFOrangeCounty

Event held at the The Sports Club – Irvine,  1980 Main Street @ Mercantile (just West of MacArthur) Irvine, CA 92614

Friday February 11th
8:00 am    -  8:55 am   –  Event registration, networking & free laser coaching
9:00 am     – 9:15 am   –  Welcome
9:15  am    - 10:15 am  - What’s holding you back from being outrageously successful (Dr. Frumi Barr, Doug Gfeller, Ken Gryske)
10:30 am  - 11:30 am  -  Developing winning habits for change (Randy Tabor, Vicky Lee, Heather Wieshlow)
11:30 am  - 12:30 pm –  Teddy Roosevelt – Leadership at the speed of change (David Markovitz)
12:30 pm  -  1:15 pm  -   Lunch  -  Pre-purchased box lunch available for $9.00
1:30  pm  -   2:30 pm   –  Setting a clear vision & meaningful goals (Mike Brenhaug, Patricia Hirsch, Emily Woodman Nance)
2:45 pm   –   4:00 pm   –  The art of being outrageously successful (Scott Hunter)

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