I have a confession to make: I never deliberately set out to have a theme for the VOICE. And yet I regularly receive congratulatory emails that say "I loved the theme of x this month" or "The x theme was very apparent". Although I'm happy to take credit for being such a smart editor, I must confess that the themes sort of just happen.
This month is no exception. It wasn't until I read over the draft issue that I realized that both the feature article and the Coaching Moments column address the theme of celebrating differences. Once again, a theme emerges organically!
To start, Margaret Lobenstine’s feature article on what she terms "Renaissance Souls", helps us understand and make the most of different personal styles. To learn about Renaissance Souls and what makes these folks tick, be sure to read Margaret's article below.
Curious about who's involved with running the IAC? This month our President Natalie Tucker Miller, IAC-CC introduces Board of Governors member Heidi Holihan Maye. Heidi also serves as Chair of the Strategic Planning Committee, and as such has the IAC's long term vision clearly in her scope. Heidi's expertise in leading virtual teams helps the IAC stay on course while taking on new challenges at every turn.
The IAC® is a community of progressive and diverse coaches. With coaches from 80 countries, and even more languages, from all walks of life, you’ll have no trouble finding a coach or colleague you can connect with. If you are a client, this is a great way to find the most masterful coaches in the world! *
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