South Sound Satellite - Crossroads: Where do we go from here?

  • Friday, October 12, 2018
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Milton-Edgewood Library - 900 Meridian Ave E, Milton, WA


  • CCEUs only included if offered.
  • CCEUs only included if offered.
  • CCEUs only included if offered.

ICFWA has a No Refund Policy.
Registration is closed

October 12, 2018- 11 am  at Milton - Edgewood Library

Presented by

J. Scott Davidson 


Hosted by ICF Washington State

Description of Course

South Sound Coaches has met continuously since May 2012 and offered 75 programs to coaches and people interested in coaching in that time. There is an opportunity to continue or transform or dissolve with gratitude for what has been.

The time has come for the long-term leadership and facilitation of this group to retire from this role. There was no program before 2012 and this program was born out a meeting of six. We faithfully followed the principles we set out in that first meeting. This meeting can start a new chapter in the life of this satellite. Come join a discussion intending to explore what’s next for this group. How we will choose to move in 2019 and beyond?

We are always at choice. What will we choose for the future of this satellite dedicated to continuing coaching education, networking, and fun relationships?

About J. Scott Davidson

J. Scott Davidson, ACC, CPC, MBA. Scott has facilitated the South Sound Coaches satellite since May 2012. Scott helps people who, for one reason or another, no longer can continue living life the way they have been. Scott helps professionals find clarity, joy, and meaning in life as they go through major life or career transition. Coaching is the medium for Scott to express creativity and experience life-long learning after a long and successful international marketing career for Weyerhaeuser. Scott designed a thirteen-session coaching process for exploring transition from an earlier social identity to a new identity and life story that creates a foundation for a life filled with love, joy, and peak experience. Strong influences include Joseph Campbell, Brene Brown, and Lao Tzu. Poetry, mountaineering, and the natural world play a huge role in developing Scott’s perspective. Visit  Scott's website.