month it was all about
members over the airwaves, and this month we are in print! IAC®
Communications Chair Sue Brundege had an article published in the March issue
of choice, the magazine of professional coaching. "License
to Skill" does an excellent job of introducing and promoting the IAC
Coaching Masteries® to the greater coaching community.
In this month's
President's Message, Angela Spaxman pushes us to extremes with
her never-ending quest for excellence—not just for the IAC® for
but the coaching profession as whole. Angela and I also both chose to highlight
an exciting new project that features the work of IAC® founder Thomas Leonard.
Master Coaches will want to take note of the announcement we've included from
the Conversation Among Masters (CAM) conference, which takes place May 3—6 in
Branson, Missouri, USA. To secure your invitation in future years, be sure to
read Nina East's latest foray into the IAC Coaching Masteries® – this
month she deepens our awareness and practice of Mastery #7—Helping the
Client Set and Keep Clear Intentions.
Our Certification Team continues to grow, and this month you will
new member of the certification board.
Our feature article is from Australian media trainer and coach Antoni Lee.
He shares his personal challenges to maintain a robust coaching practice in
the current economy, and the steps he is taking to meet those challenges head
Tools for Coaching Mastery, IAC® licensee Aileen Gibb of IC International
presents several useful and creative tools to help us achieve Mastery #3—Engaged Listening.
Janice Hunter will be back next month with a new column. In the meantime, feel
free to browse through some previous
guidelines for the VOICE are now available on the website, including submission
dates for our upcoming issues. I would love to receive your article submissions
by April 20th for the May issue, or May 18th for the June issue.
Linda Dessau, CPCC
Editor, IAC® VOICE