Serving at the IAF Board has been a place to learn, to grow and to give back to the community.
News and updates
Well, the first 6 months of this year have literally flown past. It seems like just yesterday the IAF board had its meeting in London to plan the year ahead and here we are well past the half way mark of 2018. It’s at this time of year our attention turns to appointing new board members who will step into their role in 2019.
I know there is real talent in our membership who would make great board members so, if that’s you, here’s why I would really encourage you to give your nomination some serious thought.
By Tony Nash, IAF Treasurer, CPF
Treasurer’s report for the year ended 31 December 2017.
The International Association of Facilitators (IAF) is solvent with cash and reserves in excess of US$150,000.00.
Financially, 2017 was another challenging year for the IAF. Total income before expenses for the year was US$533,925.49. Expenses after adjustments were $535,727.05, resulting in a small net deficit of $1,801.56.
Several factors contributed to this result:
Regional Director for Europe and Middle East
International Association of Facilitators - Hall of Fame Induction
Date: January 25, 2018
It has been an eventful year in IAF and, specifically, in the Africa region. Here are some of the highlights and updates from across the region:
Membership and Chapters
As we enter the year-end's festive season, it also marks the end of my time on the IAF Board as Chair. I have been on the Board since 2014, having first been Regional Director of Asia, then Vice-Chair, and then Chair for the past two years. These are my thoughts about where the IAF is and where it might be heading, as we enter into 2018 and beyond.
Webinars: Thinking about becoming a CPF?
Thinking about becoming an IAF Certified™ Professional Facilitator but need more information? Have you been postponing the decision? Starting in December the IAF will host a series of webinar conversations on “What’s involved in attaining the CPF accreditation”.