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Georgia is Hosting an International Coaching Week in Big Cities

With the support of GITA, Georgia is hosting the International Coaching Week, which will last until May 22. The week combines various events in Tbilisi, Batumi, and Kutaisi. Meetings will be held in person and online.

ICF Georgia will conduct sessions and lectures for startups, online masterclasses, and webinars within the framework of the "Think of the Future" topic. It will also provide information on career development prospects and prospects to those interested in the coaching profession. During the week, a business coaching day for startups was held at Technopark, where topics related to emotional intelligence, creative thinking, leadership, change management, the art of negotiation, and other related issues were discussed.

The International Coaching Federation (ICF) is the largest professional coaching organization, bringing together 140 countries and more than 35,000 practicing coaches. Each year in May, ICF runs International Weeks, where coaches worldwide give open lectures, meetings, and sessions to raise awareness and spread information about coaching. Given the current situation in the world, the pandemic, and the war, the main theme of the week is "Think of the future". Georgia, as an ICF member, joins the week.

Within the International Coaching Week framework, the event "Skills of the Future" will be held on May 21 in partnership with the Association of Trainers. At the meeting, ICF Georgia member coaches and trainers of the trainers' association will talk with the participants about the skills of the future, which are the key to success in the 21st century. It will also discuss how these skills can be worked on through coaching and training.

On May 24, in partnership with HRPA, group coaching sessions will be held for HR professionals on the topic of "Coaching for Organizational Development". Meeting participants will gain knowledge about personal and organizational development tools.

The event "Coaching Ambassador" will be held on May 26. Participants in the meeting will receive group coaching experience, information on the field, and development in the coaching profession.

It should be noted that for the first time this year the coaching week will also be held in Kutaisi and Batumi (May 28-29). Participants will have the opportunity to try out coaching tools and methods on their own.