From the Editor


Welcome to the September 2012 issue of the IAC VOICE!

Getting Set for Our Fall Season
President's Message – Susan R. Meyer, MCC (IAC)

Susan R. Meyer has plenty of news for us this month, including conferences,
upcoming initiatives, new IAC volunteers and member benefits. Click
to read more

I Guarantee My Coaching Results – Do You?
Featured Member Benefit – Kim Ades, JournalEngine™ Software

Kim Ades is back this month to describe a client situation where accessing
the client's online journal in between sessions helped Kim be a better
coach. In fact, she guarantees her coaching results. Click
to read the article online

How Do Coaches Really Become Masterful?
Inside Scoop – Natalie Tucker Miller, MCC (IAC)

After returning from the Global Summit on the Future of Coaching (more below),
Natalie Tucker Miller found herself pondering the above question, and decided
to revisit an earlier article by Nina East and Karen Van Cleve. Click
to read more

Are You a Coach in a Drama Triangle?
Tools for Coaching Mastery – Doris Helge, MCC (IAC)

As coaches we may be unconscious of the roles we play in our clients' drama
triangles. We set ourselves up for self-sabotage, conflict or failure when we
don't test beliefs and assumptions regarding client relationships. Doris Helge
illuminates this process in this month's Tools for Coaching Mastery article.
to read more

Productivity Tips to Build Your Business
Claire Thompson

Self-employed folks usually love the freedom of being on their own and adore
working with their clients. What they don't enjoy so much is the business building
and "administrivia." In this month's business-building article, professional
organizer Claire Thompson shares three of her favorite tips for dealing with
these necessary tasks. Click
to read more

The Global Summit on the Future of Coaching
Natalie Tucker Miller, MCC (IAC) and Kristi Arndt, MCC (IAC)

Natalie and Kristi have lots to share from their time at this ground-breaking
event. In this compelling summary, you'll find out who was there, what was discussed
and how the discussions were framed. Click
to read more

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Dessau, CPCC
Editor, IAC® VOICE

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