First Six Workshops Confirmed for 2020 International Gay Coaches Conference

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The program for the 2020 International Gay Coaches Conference is building, following the annoucement of our pre-conference event, Friday entertainment and now the first trenche of workshops for the main conference.

The first six workshops confirmed span a range of topics, related to our 2020 conference theme of Building Bridges.

Several acclaimed speakers from the 2019 International Gay Coaches Conference at Easton Mountain return for 2020, including Jeff Moore, Tim Kincaid and Shane Scott.

Jeff will be delivering two workshops aimed at helping coaches to grow their businesses. These are 'Book Yourself Solid' and 'Unbiased Selling.'

Tim and Shane collaborate on a type of session you won't find at any other major coaching conference, 'How Gay Can I Be? Gay Coaches Identity Self-Management with Clients.'

Another 2019 returnee, Adam Robersmith will host a session about transformative processes with clients entitled, 'Feel, Think, Do: a Mechanics of Transformation.'

We always like to welcome new members to deliver at our conference, and after attending in 2019 for the first time Patrick Boze returns and will deliver a session about one of his areas of expertise, recovery coaching, a fast growing and incredibly important sector within the coaching industry.

Choice magazine, the magazine of professional coaching, is again one of our sposors in 2020 and its editor Garry Schleifer will deliver "Free Time Bootcamp for Coaches' to help you create more free time whilst growing your coaching your business.

Over the next few weeks, the remaining sessions for 2020 will be announced, with the final program to be confirmed by 1st March. These sessions will cover coaching, business development and personal development, including specifically related to your identity as a gay man. We always aim to make our program very unique and different to other international coaching conferences and this year will be no different.

Over the course of the two and a half days of the main conference, there will be 15-20 workshops, with a choice of sessions available for most slots.