Welcome to the December 2011 issue of the IAC VOICE!
In his column this month, IAC President Bob Tschannen-Moran continues his look at the early days of the IAC, exploring the attraction principles of IAC Founder Thomas Leonard, and examining why the IAC remains such an attractive organization.
Natalie Tucker Miller introduces us to Bonnie Chan, the newest IAC Certifier, as well as to Joyce Kubik, the IAC's first IAC-Practitioner.
IAC member benefit provider Kim Ades of JournalEngine™ shares the background story of how her software came to be, and how she has seen it develop into a powerful agent of social change.
In other member benefit news, a new reciprocal peer coaching round is starting on January 23rd, 2012. Free for IAC members, this round involves giving and receiving eight weekly half-hour coaching sessions. Registration closes on January 21st, so click here for more information on how to join this round.
In our coaching feature, we meet IAC-CC Sandy Tremp and hear about her dramatic journey from a devastating illness to certification and beyond.
In Living the Masteries, Alison Davis and Alberto J. Calderón are back to explore Mastery 7 – Helping the Client Set and Keep Clear Intentions.
Our 2011 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!
Linda Dessau, CPCC
Editor, IAC® VOICE
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