New Time for Expert Speakers Series (ESS) Talks!!
ESS is an ACO member benefit
Beginning in July, ESS talks will be the 2nd Tuesday of the month (not the 3rd) at 8:00pm eastern. For new members of ACO, ESS stands for Expert Speaker Series. We invite experts to speak on topics that will help us build upon our coaching skills and run our businesses. These talks are recorded, so if you can’t make the call on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, you can sign in to your ACO account and listen to that month’s talk. For that matter, you can listen to the recordings from past expert speakers any time you find time to do so.
Past ESS topics have been ‘Working with processing styles, ‘ADHD and its link to obesity and eating disorders,’ ‘Coaching unique brain styles,’ ‘ Happier relationships,‘ talks on credentialing, ‘Creating a strong referral-based business,’ and so many more. Log into the membership area. Find all the recordings by choosing Audio Available in the Category list in the middle column. Click on the green arrow to listen to the recordings. (Right click on those arrows and choose “save link as” to download the recording to your own computer.)
July ESS talk: ADHD Around the World
Awareness of the ADHD challenges brings awareness to communities worldwide.
July 12, 2011
8 p.m. Eastern
- Laura Rolands, Troy Michigan
- Candace Taylor, Port Perry, Ontario
- Charlotte Hjorth, Farum, Denmark
- Beatriz Duda – Lima, Peru
The June ESS Speaker, Dee Doochin, shared with us her expertise about learning styles. Members can listen to the recording, ‘Working with Processing Styles’ through the ACO members area here. Thank you, Dee.
What is this?
ACCE – ADHD Coaches Continuing Education
In 2009, ACO started offering classes for a fee to coaches and other professionals who work with the ADHD population. ACCE classes are typically 4-12 weeks in length. All ACCE classes earn you ICF CCEU credits. Speakers are screened and topics are carefully selected to ensure our classes are evidence-based.
Our goal is to bring you up-to-date information and groundbreaking skills that coaches and other professions can use to improve the lives of those with ADHD. You can review the current classes offered, as well as previous ones. If you find one you like, you can register for it through the ACO site.
Upcoming ACCE classes:
- Framing the ADHD Experience Before One-on-One Coaching Begins starts July 12
- Helping ADHD Clients Respond to Marriage Pressures starts September 16