Making connection in a great universe, like the readership of the VOICE, requires careful attention to the tone and message of a publication. We think readers want to find what they’ve grown to expect. We also believe writers for the VOICE want not only to share their stories and information, but also to challenge you to grow. If we’ve missed the mark on this, please let us know.
Nina East’s Tidbits column this month is about Mastery #1 – Establishing and maintaining a relationship of trust. Her work set the theme of this issue.
The beginning of trust is connection. And each article in this month’s issue of the VOICE seems to be about connection. From President Angela Spaxman’s letter comparing the IAC to a MAC! to Jennifer Croft’s marketing piece. We have a new chapter in Mexico, D.F. and a new volunteer coordinator. And Janice Hunter’s Coaching Moments piece is a breath of fresh air; a powerful, uplifting message for coaches and clients alike.
Note: Last month we released a new member benefit, Voluntary Life and Health Benefits. We should have mentioned that the plan is only available to coaches in the U.S. That’s not a very good way to build connection. I am committed to better quality control in the future.
Did you notice the slightly new mast head and the Table of Contents for the VOICE? We want to make the publication easy for you to navigate and easy to find just what you’re looking for. Let me know if it works for you. Send me an email.
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