Tools for Coaching Mastery

Do we really need the International Association of Coaching (IAC)?

by: Ed Britton Should coaching be represented by only one professional organization? Does having more than one create confusion and diffuse power in a world where the powerful reign? I find it remarkable that a 'yes' answer should gain currency. Who would argue that we should have only one government in the world, or only […]

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Why I Play Golf

by: Martha Pasternack (this article first appeared on HuffingtonPost.com)   First and foremost I play golf because I like to learn something new every year. Learning something new, as a lifelong learner, is so satisfying. I believe I will stay young-at-heart with this healthy attitude and I like feeling young. In the past I have

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We Need You

an excerpt from “Own Your Career” by Ed Britton “Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.”                                                                                                                               — John F. Kennedy When in the wrong job, out of work, under-employed or short of clients, it is natural to feel un-needed and even worthless –

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Lessons from the Certifiers: Using the Masteries to Get Out of Your Own Way

by Natalie Tucker Miller Q. What does it take to get certified by the IAC? I mean, really, what should I be looking for in the Masteries, what is going to make the difference between mediocre coaching and masterly coaching? A. This isn’t a question from one person, this is an amalgam of questions from

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