Government Coaching Community of Practice - A Global Perspective - Government Business
The Government Coaching Community of Practice and Benita Stafford-Smith, MCC explore the complexities of coaching clients within a government organization. They also explore the unique variables that come with working with government employees such as trust and bias. Tune in to explore coaching through the unknowns on our journey to masterful coaching.
ICF Global - December 2018
1 Resource Development
from January 01, 2018
Benita is a Master Certified Coach, the first in the Middle East to reach this distinguished certification from the International Coach Federation. In June 2016 Benita completed her diploma in Coaching Supervision to become an accredited Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy. Her background is a Bachelor of Arts, major in Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. Benita’s business experience includes starting three small businesses to 12 years in the corporate sales arena. She owned a private coaching practice in Canada for 10 years before coming to Oman, dealing with both private and public organizations. Benita moved to Oman in 2008 to start up a coaching business for a private investor. She now manages the coaching practice for an HR Consulting, arms-length to the Oman government. She is the founding President of the ICF Oman Chapter, past EMEA Regional Advisory Council member and continues to serve on ICF committees, locally, regionally and globally. Benita’s writing encompasses being the author of two books, co-author of two, a frequent blogger and includes published articles in traditional media channels.
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