by Susan R. Meyer, IAC-CC
We are lucky to attract such qualified talent to serve on our Board of Governors. Since that is the case, our members are often being continually courted by multiple opportunities and requests for their time. In September, we were sorry to accept the resignations from the BOG of Sue Brundege and Joan Marie Johnson.
- Sue has played a very active role in IAC communications and has most recently held major responsibility for the redesign of our website, due to roll out by late November.
- Joan has served admirably as Vice President and has taken the responsibility of moving us towards implementing the Strategic Plan.
Both expressed regret that the expansion of other roles will take them away from the BOG and both plan to remain active, committed IAC members. Bob spoke on behalf of the entire BOG in wishing them well and expressing our huge gratitude for their contributions.
We are finalizing the process for our new Learning Agreements and are excited to be ready to implement this program. All members can feel free to use the forms to plan their personal development as IAC coaches. Anyone holding an IAC certification will be filing forms annually. Next month, we will share more information and ways in which IAC will support your learning.
Susan R. Meyer, IAC-CC is President of Susan R. Meyer, Coaching and Consulting and of Life-Work Coach. She provides personal and executive coaching and facilitates seminars on topics including life planning, emotional intelligence, leadership development, communication, and coaching skills for managers. www.susanrmeyer.com.