Many of you will probably agree that April was a whirlwind of a month! I’m wrapping up the school year as both a student and a teacher and I haven’t had much time to wind down. But in those rare free moments, I roll down the windows in my car (even though it is still only 50 degrees here!) and drive along the seacoast. There is something so cathartic about ocean breeze and quiet sunsets. It is certainly a bittersweet month and I am looking forward to all of the new beginnings that May will bring. I hope you all have exciting things to look forward to as well!
This month is filled with news and updates about the IAC. Things are growing rapidly and we are excited to share it with you! Our authors also highlight the importance of social intelligence, recognizing client potential, and utilizing the IAC Masteries. There is a lot of valuable knowledge and insight for you to peruse!
Thank you for reading! Is there something you’d like to see in the VOICE? A particular subject you’d like us to address? Please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with comments, questions, event notices, or article contributions. We are always looking for new perspectives and look forward to hearing from you.
Beth Ann Miller is an MFA candidate in Writing and is a native New Englander. She has a professional background in editing and higher education, and enjoys working with youths in the arts. Her stories have appeared in online and print journals and she is perpetually at work on new creative projects.
From the President – Vicki Zanini
Social Intelligence: Why it Matters When Achieving Coaching Mastery – Marissa Afton
Path to Mastery: How to Expand Our Client’s Potential – Ed Britton
Transformation of the Learning Agreements – Natalie Tucker Miller
Licensing Committee Column – Charlie Boyer
IAC Coaches’ Reading Club
IAC Reading Club Review – Sue Poucher
Bellingham Chapter Coaching Salon and Mixer Event Notice