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Find out more about the program! Ask your questions live or email them in! Click below to get your link for the session A Next Steps Program toward Coaching Proficiency and Professional CredentialingFind out more »
A Next Steps Program toward Coaching Proficiency and Professional Credentialing.
In 8, weekly, live, online sessions, Chandra White, Elizabeth Novy, and Cynthia Spradlin will help you take your coaching to the next level.
Are you looking for study support to prepare for the NBHWC HWC Certifying exam? Do you want practice answering questions? Join us October 3rd at 7:30pm ET for an information session on The Show Up and Study Program. Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GNfbOM0ERF-fJrLvFwrxNQ The information session and Show Up and Study Program will be facilitated by three NBC-HWC coaches who are experienced in coaching, mentoring, and coaching instruction with intimate knowledge of the NBHWC Content Outline. We have facilitated study groups for…Find out more »
The Show Up and Study Question Exploration Session – A Review of Questions in Preparation for the HWC Certifying Exam
The Show Up and Study Question Exploration Session: A Review of Questions in Preparation for the HWC Certifying Exam Test your coaching knowledge! There are 3 of these sessions scheduled. Each session will have its own set of questions. Sign up for one, or all three. We know sitting for the national health coach credentialing exam is an important step in the career of a health coach. Not only will you be provided with a well-respected credential, passing the exam…Find out more »
Let’s Talk About Food: Culture, Evolution, Taste and Politics – Eisenhower’s Heart Attack and the Mediterranean Diet
America was shocked in 1955 when President Eisenhower suffered a heart attack. While it was more likely a result of his heavy smoking habit, his heart attack prompted a solution to be offered to a nation with a rising rate of heart disease. How the nation ate was to change. The creator of K-rations, Physiologist and Nutritionist Ancel Keys identified saturated fat the culprit responsible for the heart attack and the Mediterranean diet as the solution. Today, the Mediterranean diet is a staple, a go-to for healthy eating. As a part of culture, it is included in the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Intangible Cultural Heritage List. Countries like Greece, Spain, Morocco and Portugal are at the list’s origin. But what is it and what does this mean?Find out more »