Guest: Dr. Damian Goldvarg, MCC
Dr. Damian Goldvarg, MCC, has thirty years of experience in providing leadership development services including: executive assessment and coaching, facilitation, leadership training, strategic planning, and team building. Originally from Argentina, he has worked with individuals and organizations in over fifty countries, including the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia, offering services in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
He is a Master Certified Coach and received his Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Alliant University in California. He is an Accredited Coach Supervisor (ESIA) and facilitates certifications in Professional Coaching, Mentor Coaching, and Coaching Supervision. He was the 2013-2014 ICF Global President. He has been an ICF Assessor for ten years, evaluating recordings for PCC and MCC applications.
Damian wrote five books on Coaching, the last one published this year with Pat Matthew and Norma Perel. “Professional Coaching Competences, the Complete Guide” that presents ICF Coaching Competencies Model and PCC markers.
He was inducted in the ICF Circle of Distinction for his contribution to the Professional Coaching and ICF this year.
Find on Facebook: Goldvarg Consulting Group
Guest Co-Host: MacNab is a Professional Certified Coach, and has been a coach in private practice since 2009.
She has been involved in training coaches for most of that time, and is a Program Leader for Accomplishment Coaching. She was instrumental in creating the Canadian subsidiary of Accomplishment Coaching – Accomplishment Coaching Canada in 2017, and starting the Coaches Training Program for that company in her beautiful home town of Victoria, British Columbia.
She is a Past President of the Vancouver Island Chapter of the International Coach Federation and is the current President of the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO), a community of coach trainers and organizations from around the world, designed to support and inspire excellence in coach training.
Halli is passionate about increasing Diversity in Coach Training and the coaching profession, and has made a very clear statement about her mandate this year at ACTO to move this conversation forward within the organization, and to support it’s member schools to do the same.