We are excited to confirm the full program of sessions and presenters for the International Gay Coaches Conference 2020.
This includes a mix of previous conference presenters and coaches who will be delivering at the event for the first time.
The program includes a wide range of subjects that each relate to the 2020 conference theme of Building Bridges, covering coaching skills, business development and personal development.
Presenters delivering at the conference for the first time include Matthew Bennett, Patrick Boze, Rick Clemons, Carson Cooper, Kyle C. Elliott, Nathan Serrato, Pete Simmonds and David Whittleton.
Noor Alexander will deliver a timetabled session for the first time, having led a popular 'un-conference' session at the 2019 event.
Returning presenters include Dave Allen, Chris Cooper, Brian Gorman, Tim Kincaid, Doug Moffat, Jeff Moore, Jeff Nally, Adam Robersmith, Garry Schleifer and Shane Scott.
Underlining the uniqueness of the International Gay Coaches Conference, Matthew will deliver a session on what BDSM can teach people about the coach position; Pete will cover coming out stories; Adam and Dave will explore the intersection between exuality and spirituality; and Shane and Tim will consider 'how gay can I be' as a coach.
Other coaching topics Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), recovery coaching, transformational change and conscious leadership. Business themes include scaling your business, how to attract more clients, coaching virtually and use of podcasts and other media to grow your personal brand.
The previously announced additional Pre-Conference is 'Inside the Magic of Coaching: The Neuroscience of Minds and Behavior' led by Brian Gorman and Jeff Nally.
We are thrilled to be able to offer a program that combines a mix of highly experienced coaches with decades of professional experiences and fresh coaching talent offering new perspectives on the fascinating world of coaching.
More information about the program for the International Gay Coaches Conference is available here.
After an overwhelming response whe booking opened, limited spaces remain to attend this year. To reserve your space, click here.
We look forward to welcoming attendees to Easton Mountain for the conference between April 30th and May 3rd 2020.