From the Editor


Welcome to the October 2011 issue of the IAC VOICE!

Do you have an aptitude for numbers and a passion for the IAC? If so, Bob Tschannen-Moran is looking for you! You can find out more in today's President's Message, where you'll also get a glimpse into the IAC's leadership development process.

This month's featured member benefit is the Realise2 strengths assessment and development tool, and Capp Programmes Manager Trudy Bailey shares an article about the benefits of strengths-based coaching.

Is coaching mastery the same as unconscious competence? The answer may not be as simple as you think. Lead Certifier Natalie Tucker Miller explores the four stages of learning in this month's Inside Scoop.

The IAC's Capacity Building Specialist Ed Britton contributed this month's Living the Masteries column, with his reflections on The Synergy of Mastery.

Think you haven't been around long enough to pass the IAC Certification process? Learn how IAC's youngest certified coach Mike Goonan successfully navigated the process.

Are you wasting too much time chasing after the next new way to grow your business? Business coach Janet Slack invites you to slow down and apply some strategic thinking to your marketing efforts.

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!

Warm wishes,

Linda Dessau, CPCC
Editor, IAC® VOICE

P.S. Are you on Twitter? You can follow the IAC at There is also a list of VOICE authors, columnists and IAC BOG members at

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