Published in the Santa Cruz Sentinel, April 23, 2019
Professional and lifestyle coaching service group Santa Cruz Coaches will celebrate International Coaching Week from April 29 to May 5 in Santa Cruz.
The group will hold learning events, social mixers and more according to the following schedule: Virtual Lunch & Learn: noon to 1 p.m. April 29; Meet & Greet Mixer: 5-7 p.m. April 30, the Red Restaurant, 200 Locust Street; Lunch & Learn: noon to 2 p.m. May 1, Satellite, 325 Soquel Ave.; Pop-up coaching: 6-8 p.m. May 1, All Hands Workshop, 514a Front St.; Pop-up coaching: noon to 2 p.m. May 2, Next Space, 101 Cooper St.; Pop-up coaching: 6-8 p.m. May 2, All Hands Workshop, 514a Front St.; Coach Walk n’ Talk: 8-10 a.m. May 3, West Cliff starting at the surfer statue; Pop-up coaching (virtual): 4-6 p.m. Friday. Free and open to the public. Information and to register: visit santacruzcoaches.com.
“We want to offer our local community the opportunity to better understand coaching and the positive impact it has on our lives, both professionally and personally,” says Kimberly Errigo, Santa Cruz Coaches founder and chairwoman.
Gilead and the Watermark Conference for Women are thrilled to offer the 2019 Career Pavilion. Join us for intimate and unique opportunities to best position yourself on the job, enhance your career skills, and network with peers. Don’t miss out on these offerings.
The Coaches Corner is the place where Conference attendees receive one-on-one “laser coaching” with a professional certified coach from the International Coach Federation (ICF). This is a valuable opportunity to take what you learn at the Conference and translate it into action to take your career to the next level. ICF credentialed coaches will support your goals to advance your career and help you plan your next step by exploring topics relevant to your situation, which may include…
Published by Lucy Curran, December 7, 2018
My business coach, Kimberly Errigo (who is amazing, by the way. You can check out her website here), often reminds me to slow down and get really clear on what I am attempting to create before I begin working. As someone who has prided herself on, (No. Scratch that. Defined herself by), her strong work ethic, this slowing down part can feel extremely challenging. (No. Scratch that. It can feel terrifying.)
Published on Forbes, Sep 10, 2018
Your business’s corporate culture is key to its success. Without a strong company culture to support your operations, you could end up facing high employee turnover, declining revenues or a loss in innovation.
So how do you know if your corporate culture is in trouble? For a start, watch for departments or teams working poorly with each other, team members regularly seeking reassurance, or even a general feeling of exhaustion permutating parts of the company. Each is a strong indication there are deeper issues to examine.
Published on Forbes, Aug 31, 2018
Personal development can help you achieve a solid work-life balance. You learn the tools you need to succeed professionally, while also honing your personal skills that can help with your home life.
Finding the time to spend with friends and family, while also achieving your goals in the office, can help you develop as a leader. You’ll find that with a few personal development skills, you are able to accomplish more, and still have the free time you need to recharge and think.
Published by Saybrook University, April 6, 2016
Kimberly Errigo is a student in the Saybrook University Master’s of Science program in Mind-Body Medicine. She is a human behavior expert with almost two decades of experience as a shamanic leadership coach and is a respected transformational teacher. Her shamanic training program, ELEVATE, offers a way for students to grow their consciousness, heal the deepest challenges in their lives, and return to their true power.
Published on Medium, February 28, 2016
You’ve probably heard about the importance of storytelling for engaging and being relatable to listeners. In the world of marketing, storytelling is the popular kid right now — he’s got the attention of all the cheerleaders, and for good reason.
However… here’s the big misunderstanding: That it’s only about the story as a finished product.
In other words, I believe it’s a mistake to think, “I just need to figure out my story and get it out there so that X, Y, and Z will happen” and pursue this goal only with the end in mind.
Published by Elena Lipson, April 16, 2014
Recently I had a few business conversations where I’ve mentioned some cute something or other about my son and the response was, “I didn’t know you were a mama!”
Wow! Really?? I had to pause and take stock of that response. My highest mission in my work is to embody my brand and stand in integrity to the highest level possible … and when I’m off track to share my journey about that part as well. Here I was teaching a client about the importance of “owning her niche” and she didn’t even know that I was a mama.
Published in the LaCrosse Tribune, Sep 18, 2006
Laura Findlay of La Crosse fantasizes about her future — all 20 versions of it.
Will she become a therapist for children and adolescents? Could she make a living selling handmade jewelry? How about photography? Scrapbooking? Should she join the Peace Corps?
Her mind seems coated with Teflon. Nothing sticks.
“I’ve had no idea what I wanted to do pretty much my entire life, ever since my dream of being the first woman in the NFL passed,” the 22-year-old said. “I know what I like. I just don’t know how to combine it all into one job.”