From the Editor


From the Editor

Welcome to the June 2012 issue of the IAC VOICE!

In her President's Message, "Taking Time to Play," Susan R. Meyer talks about the fun she's been having and invites you to laugh more this summer, whatever the weather in your part of the world.

In the Inside Scoop, Natalie Tucker Miller presents another infographic in her continued look at the interdependence of the IAC Coaching Masteries. This month, Mastery #6 takes center stage.

Bonnie Chan picks up on both Susan's quest for fun and Natalie's intertwining of the Masteries in this month's Tools for Coaching Mastery column, "Be Playful with the Masteries."

There was no member benefit article this month, but you can browse previous contributions and visit the website to read about all of IAC's member benefits.

Professional organizer Claire Tompkins is back this month, introducing a popular cooking technique and how coaches can use it to organize our work space and focus our coaching conversations.

For our business-building feature, Duanna Pang-Dokland shares some of the insights she gained by interviewing veteran coaches about their recession-proofing techniques.

In this month's Research-Based Coaching Mastery, Céline Rojon discusses her research into cross-cultural coaching, with implications for both assessment and practice.

Submission guidelines for the VOICE are available on the website. Submissions are welcome anytime through the month.

Please contact me with your article ideas and your feedback about this issue. Enjoy!

Warm wishes,

Linda Dessau, CPCC
Editor, IAC® VOICE

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