Many coaches are eager to expand their services to include online workshops and courses. There’s lots to consider before taking the leap into the digital learning space. First, you need to get clear about one important question: How might an online course serve your clients? Because creating an effective and profitable online course takes more than just uploading your PowerPoint slides to a digital learning platform. Will you create a prerecorded self-paced course? Or does a blended approach make more sense? What specific outcomes will your clients achieve from your course? And how can your online offering support those desired outcomes? Register for this interactive session and find out if a virtual course makes sense for you, your brand and your clients.
Justine Ickes is an ICF-certified professional coach, a dynamic facilitator/trainer and an expert in instructional design who specializes in growing leaders, bridging cultures, and empowering diverse teams. Active in the intercultural field for over 30 years, Justine has developed, delivered and evaluated award winning on-site and web-based leadership and professional development training programs for government agencies, multinational corporations, international humanitarian organizations, and educational institutions.
After eight years teaching English as a Second Language in Madrid, Spain, Justine returned to her native New York. From 1994 to 2004, Justine was a language and culture specialist at the U.S. Peace Corps. Subsequently, Ms. Ickes has worked for the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C., the Education Development Corporation in El Salvador, and the New School for Social Research, the French Culinary Institute, and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in New York.
Now based in Connecticut, Justine spends her time working, gardening, and raising her Turkish-American children. Ms. Ickes holds a Master of Arts in Anthropology from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Georgetown University. Ms. Ickes is fluent in English and Spanish and is working on her Turkish.
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