Have you already looked at the calendar and wondered where the year has gone? I certainly have. As I approach the end of my first year in graduate school, I can hardly believe how quickly time has gone by and how much can change in a matter of months. Here in New England we’re witnessing sure signs of Spring after a long winter and I am embracing the change of season with open arms.
This month our contributors discuss the various paths you can take when navigating the Masteries, how to keep up with this ever-changing economy, and ways to smooth out the “cultural bumps” in the road when working internationally. Great wisdom from diverse perspectives – let us know your thoughts!
A big thank you to Jan O’Brien for her beautiful insight in the Intercultural Corner these past several months. We love her insight and openness to the many things our various cultures have to offer!
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From the President – Vicki Zanini
The “Who” of the Client – Natalie Tucker Miller
How to Counsel for the “New Normal” Economy – James M. Kerr
Intercultural Corner: The Masteries as our Support System – Jan O’Brien
Inside the IAC Licensing Committee – Charlie Boyer
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