Monday, February 20, 2017On January 27, the IOC held its inaugural Fellows Roundtable - and its first ever event on the west coast - at the Beverly Hills Hillcrest Country Club, with over 20 senior level leadership and health/wellness coaches in attendance. Dr. Jeff Hull, Director of Education and Business Development for the IOC, and IOC Fellow and local leader, Eilleen Fracchia, brought together a highly engaged group to learn about the latest IOC-sponsored research on evidence-based coaching practices and to brainstorm topics for future peer-to-peer learning and community-building. The IOC is thrilled at the positive response to these new events, with future roundtables planned in Washington DC and now in LA! Let us know where we should go next! “Hello my fellow VUCAs (Valiant, Unflinching, Coaching Angelenos), that was outstanding! First off, thank you to Eileen and Jeff and everyone who worked behind the scenes to make this event happen! It was a pleasure meeting the group and I forward to getting to know everyone more personally at our upcoming meetings. The wealth of coaching wisdom in the room was inspiring, and I'm excited to see where our collaborations might take us.” - Joan F. What is the Fellows Roundtable? A series of mealtime gatherings for IOC members, the Roundtable provides access to the latest research and evidence-based practices including thought leadership from local and national IOC Fellows. The Roundtable meetings promise: A marketing-free, inclusive, and peer based learning space for coaches to learn about and share new coaching concepts and research. A community of coaching professionals to provide peer coaching and support for developing the "growing edge" of our respective capabilities. Ways to apply the resources available through the IOC with real coaching situations through case consultation and group seminars led by IOC Fellows. Read more about our Roundtable learning events!