Vote for the ITL Network Marketing and Communications Chair
Closes Midnight – November 29, 2019
Several weeks ago, we reached out to you to help us find a nominee for a new position for the ITL Network Board and were delighted when several very highly qualified candidates stepped up.
We are pleased to announce that Lexi Gibson, a graduate of the Organizational Consulting and Change Leadership (OCCL), August 2017, is the candidate for the Marketing and Communications Chair.
Lexi has more than 13 years of experience in marketing and communications and has worked with organizations in a variety of industries, sizes, and sectors. Now the owner of her own communications company, Clarity Communications, she previously served as Manager for Internal Communications at Capital One, Communications Consultant at Sapient, and Manager for Global Communications and Client Delivery at The Great Place to Work Institute. In each of these firms, she built up external and internal communications strategies, provided communications training and coaching to executives, and collaborated with diverse sets of stakeholders, including senior leaders, team members, direct reports, vendors, partners, and clients. Most recently, she launched her own communications consulting firm and has been helping clients with everything from social media strategy and implementation to communications skills-building to internal communications coaching. She has experience in graphic design and has done some video production/editing work, and teaches yoga to children and adults, specifically from underserved communities.
She was inspired to apply for the position because as a graduate of the OCCL program at Georgetown, she wanted the opportunity to serve on the board of an organization that has enriched her life and helped her evolve into a stronger professional and a better person.
In addition to Lexi’s impressive professional experience, her participation in the OCCL program at ITL will bring an important new voice to the Board.
Check out her resume at https://www.linkedin.com/in/lexigibson/
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Two Opportunities to Reflect on Your Business Practice
Save the Dates
November 21 and December 9 at 11:45-12:30 Eastern
We are excited to announce two upcoming webinars for ITL Network Members. The first is focused on establishing and growing an independent professional practice; the second is an opportunity to exchange ideas and potential solutions to challenges in your practice. These webinars are a prelude to the robust series of offerings we will be providing to ITL Network Members as part of Agenda 2020.
Stay tuned for registration details!
Thriving as a Solo-preneur
November 21, 2019
In this webinar you will learn the four main pillars necessary to establish and grow a successful independent professional practice. Specific, practical business basics within each of those pillars will be identified and explored in a highly interactive format. You will walk away from this webinar with a clear idea of all that is required to succeed as a “solo-preneur” as well as a clear sense of your own personal readiness to take the plunge, and the specific, essential first steps you can take to make it happen. This webinar will be presented on November 21 from 11:45 – 12:30 Eastern.
Coaches' Lab -- The Business of Coaching
December 12, 2019
In this webinar you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas and potential solutions to challenges you are facing in your professional practice. You will join fellow colleagues in a facilitated session to focus on those challenges that matter the most to you. Participants will have the opportunity to bring their personal topics to the conversation, and your colleagues will offer ideas and possible solutions for you to explore. You will be both the source and recipient of the wisdom of those on the call. We will provide an opportunity for you to submit your challenges before the call to the ITL Network platform.
Frank Ball and Christina Swartz
In addition to having their own individual leadership coaching practices, Frank Ball and Christina Swartz are co-founders of Great Coaches which they established to be a source of professional development activities for graduates of coaching programs. Through Great Coaches they offer a number of different learning formats from Laser Sessions, to Webinars, to more traditional classes. Christina is a graduate of the Georgetown Leadership Coaching Program (cohort 47) and Frank is a long-time faculty member in a number of ITL certificate programs.
Thank you to all who made the first ITL Network Conference a resounding success!
Watch now! A beautiful tribute to our 2019 ITL Network Conference.
Join Us on Our Journey
Welcome to the Georgetown ITL Network, a formal professional network of graduates and faculty from the various Certificate Programs of the Georgetown Institute for Transformational Leadership!
The mission of the ITL Network is to create connections and foster continued learning and growth among all members of the global ITL graduate community, to support their professional journeys as they extend ITL’s mission of transformational change.
The ITL Network is the longtime vision of many members of our community -- graduates and faculty. The idea may have first surfaced more than a decade ago, as we began to see the momentum and eagerness for continuing to learn together as a community of practice. Over the past year, a small committee of dedicated graduates, faculty and ITL staff has met regularly to conceptualize realizing this dream. Thanks to this group of dedicated colleagues we have established a dynamic and accessible professional network, known as the ITL Network.
Please join us on this journey of connecting, collaborating, learning, and discovering as we work together to awaken, engage, and support the leadership required to create a more sustainable and compassionate.
DID YOU KNOW THAT...
The ITL Network is powered by the time and talents of an all-volunteer team. We want to ensure that we can keep membership costs as low as possible for our entire community (as well as to provide complimentary membership to those who may need it). If you are interested in volunteering in support of the upcoming Conference, please reach out to Tracy LaPorte at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in the possibility of serving on other ITL Network committees (see the full list in the "Resources" dropdown above), contact Dorel Shanon at email@example.com.