A mai vonás
cikk jön hozzánk Sue Brundege, az új IAC
Communications Committee Chair. She takes us through two important pieces of
any coach's toolkit – the intake session and the welcome package. And welcome to
February is a short month, and this
happens to be a short issue. While we have one instead of two feature articles,
we're rich with another installment of our new Tools for Coaching Mastery
column. This month we vinni a tengerek with an article by
Julia Stewart of the School of Coaching Mastery.
In what I hope will be a regular part of
each issue of VOICE, we also have news from an IAC Chapter – actually, it was a
group of chapters who came together to create the 1.
annual IAC Pan Greater China Chapters Annual Dinner 2009. President Angela
Spaxman also wrote about this event in her travelogue of
Is there any coaching news happening in
your part of the world? Please let me know so we can share it with the IAC
In the Inside Scoop this month, Nina East
invites us to measure the value of our words, in her explanation of Mastery #5 - kifejezése.
Janice Hunter includes us on her
daughter's journey through school and life, as she reflects on the coaching pillanatok that are ever-present in all of our
lives, even the new President of the United States.
beküldést 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 February 16th for the March issue, or March
16th for the April issue.
And remember, even if you just have the
smallest spark of an idea, we can work together to build it into an article. Let
me help you become a published writer!
Mint mindig, Visszacsatolás about this issue is greatly
Linda Dessau, CPCC
Szerkesztő, IAC VOICE