From the Editor


Welcome to the June 2011 issue of the IAC VOICE!

We have a nice treat today, hearing from Vice President Susan R. Meyer. She updates us on the important work of The Coach Initiative and invites us all to be involved in their efforts.

Our featured member benefit this month is Lockton Affinity, with a cautionary note about the real risks that coaches face every day.

In Living the Masteries, Alison Davis has partnered again with Alberto Calderón to explore Mastery #4.

Alison's column includes a quote from Nina East, former Lead Certifier for the IAC. Nina is also our guest author for the Inside Scoop column this month. Lead Certifier Natalie Tucker Miller culled our blog archives for this gem that covers Mastery #4 as well as Mastery #9—two "new" Masteries that are still challenging certification applicants.

Our feature coaching article this month is a new submission from regular contributor Sue Johnston. Whether coaches or clients, she explains, we can be wrong about being right.

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

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