Happy New Year all! We have a bumper issue to start off the year.
One of our goals in 2008 is to involve you more in the on-going creation of this organization. With that aim in mind, you’ll find three items of interest here:
A review of the IAC leadership team to give you a glimpse behind the scenes
An introduction to China-based Board of Governors member Bonnie Chan
An opening for two key volunteers roles including a list of the rewards available.
As you consider your plans for 2008, and if you think a role with the IAC might add an element of stimulation, contribution or community, please let us know through our volunteer sign-up link.
Our President Natalie demonstrates how to perfect the present in her report this month. I can’t tell you how proud I am to be a part of an organization that models and lives the coaching philosophy of seeing the hidden gift in setbacks. We are blessed to have such an inspiring leader.
There are three more goodies in this issue, all for your continuing development:
One of the authors of ‘How Coaching Works’, Joseph O’Connor describes some distinct coaching models he uses in ‘Seeing What Isn’t There’ (for members only).
We have two new member benefits with substantial discounts on the Six Advisors™ Coaching Academy and choice Magazine.
Coaching Moments gets quite practical this month, and is still beautiful to read.
My thanks go to all the contributors in this issue, and especially to our proofreader, Kathleen Richardson, another well-placed rock who holds us up.
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