IAC VOICE™

The IAC VOICE™ is the official newsletter of the International Association of Coaching®. The IAC VOICE™ is a wonderful benefit in itself with articles and links to high value coaching information and news. The IAC VOICE™ is also the best way to stay current with the leading practices in the world of coaching.

“Compassion is the radicalism of our time.”

“Compassion is the radicalism of our time.”

“Compassion is the radicalism of our time.” by Krishna Kumar,BTME, MBA, BCC, President – IAC     “Compassion is the radicalism of our time,” said the Dalai Lama and inspired by his words in October of last year I wrote that coaching might be the perfect vehicle to offer “Compassionate Leadership” to our turbulent world.  A…

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We are all perfectly imperfect in our wholeness.

We are all perfectly imperfect in our wholeness.

We are all perfectly imperfect in our wholeness. By Aileen Gibb  Alfie is two months and two days old. Until last week he had spent 49 of his 56 nights on this earth in hospital. He was born with a congenital condition. He is beautiful and much loved in all his perfect imperfections. I love…

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Time for a different kind of New Year´s Resolutions

Time for a different kind of New Year´s Resolutions

Time for a different kind of New Year´s Resolutions by Nigel Cumberland   As coaches we are immersed in goals and goal-setting models, frameworks and theories; spending so much of our working hours supporting our clients’ journeys in creating their own goals and objectives and in planning their achievement. I am sure you are expert at…

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This Neurocoaching Thing

This Neurocoaching Thing

  This Neurocoaching Thing. By Dr. Luis Gaviria    Neuroscience is here to stay, in the realm of coaching. We call it Neurocoaching. It’s science coming to the human side of life. Or is it the other way around?  Coaching in the realm of neuroscience was my way into this new paradigm. I am a…

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“Hope is the most universal of all human possessions.”

“Hope is the most universal of all human possessions.”

    Thales of Miletus, one of the Seven Sages of Ancient Greece, is known to have said that, ‘Hope is the most universal of all human possessions.”  He added ‘Hope is the only good that is common to all men, those who have nothing else possess Hope still.’  Hope has its origins in the…

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