IAC VOICE kötet 4, Issue 10 január 2007 Circulation: 10,892

Angela

A szerkesztő

Hello, én Angela Spaxman. Megtisztel, és izgatott, hogy az új szerkesztő az IAC VOICE.

ez
a new year, you have a new editor and there are many new things
happening at the IAC. Over the coming months, I hope to bring you
answers to the myriad questions you'll have about all the exciting new
systems, events and services that will be coming your way.

Ebben a számban, megvan az új információkat megosztani a kidolgozása és végrehajtása a IAC Masteries hogy idővel felváltja a 15 proficiencies a leírás használjuk mesteri coaching.

  • Sali Taylor IAC-CC, a szék a tanúsító bizottság, válaszol kérdéseire
    about the implementation of the IAC Masteries. Sali was instrumental in
    encouraging the IAC to develop it's own set of international standards
    for certification and worked for 18 months as the coordinator and team
    leader for Phase 1 and Phase 3 of the development of the Masteries. In
    2004 she was awarded the Thomas J. Leonard "T" Award for contributing
    to the evolution of coaching. As such, she is very well-placed to
    explain the Masteries and how they will be used.
  • Des Walsh, az egyik a dedikált csapat tagjai a Masteries fejlesztőcsapat, Megosztja tapasztalatait a fejlesztési folyamatot, és ad némi betekintést a szándékok, módszerek és keretek, amelyeket használnak.
  • Egy bejelentés
    from 6 Advisors, a coach training organization, confirms the value of
    the IAC certification system for coaches, coaching organizations and,
    of course, coaching clients.

Én is nagyon izgatott jelentjük be, hogy a támogatást a többszörös Stream of Coaching varázsló Andrea LeeTervezzük a IAC első éves Tele-csúcstalálkozó.
We want to create a highly accessible, interactive conference to share
great thinking in the coaching world. As I live in Hong Kong, I can
hardly wait for a chance to connect with the best minds in coaching
worldwide right from my own living room! More on this event in the
coming months.

Ahogy megyünk keresztül 2007, ha valaha is kérdés, hogy nem térünk ki, küldesz nekem egy sort voice@certifiedcoach.org.

Egészségére,

Angela Spaxman
Szerkesztő, IAC VOICE
e-mail: voice@certifiedcoach.org
Web: www.spaxman.com.hk 


Natalie

Válaszok az elnök
Natalie Tucker Miller
president@certifiedcoach.org

2007 salutations a mesés tagok!

I'd
like to begin this year, in this issue, by honoring the work of the few
people who are transitioning out of their roles at the IAC, and
introduce some of the new players.

Barbara Mark (www.fullcircleinstitute.com)
accepted the nomination for the presidency at a time when the IAC was
most vulnerable. Thomas Leonard's death left a void that the initial
team worked to fill, and did so with dedication and finesse. When the
time came for that team to make some difficult decisions, Barbara threw
her hat into the ring and gracefully moved the IAC into its next phase.
Her commitment to global identification and progressive standards in
coaching certification set the course for her time at the helm. With
the launching of the Masteries and the ongoing work the certifying
board is conducting with our international constituents, she has left a
legacy of coaching innovation that will serve us well into the future.
Hats off to Barbara Mark for all she contributed on behalf of the IAC
membership!

Barbra Sundquist (www.becomeacertifiedcoach.com)
stepped in as editor of our publication when the VOICE was in dire need
of a voice! She took on a project in which the enormity of the task was
not evident until the time came to replace her. Never missing a
deadline, gently but firmly keeping the rest of the crew on target, she
has left us a well-oiled machine that has earned several accolades from
our membership. (Thanks, by the way, to those who offered kind words
and praise over the past several months.) We're pleased that she will
continue at the IAC in her other capacity as certifying examiner.

Michelle Casto (www.getsmartseries.com)
reared the membership services through a couple of administrations, and
never lost sight of the big picture: listening to our members. She
contributed countless hours to surveying, answering questions and
bringing to the IAC the idea of Community Outreach Groups (COGs) which
will be launching soon. These groups will allow our members to
collaborate with one another on all things coaching and certification
related. We wish Michelle great success as she works toward her PhD.

És
as it can be difficult to say goodbye to trusted friends, we as coaches
of course also see the opportunity that arises with transition.

Angela Spaxman (www.spaxman.com.hk),
who has served on the IAC Board for 1½ years, has been the
communications coordinator and also served on the team that created the
Masteries, has further offered her services as the new editor of the
VOICE. She is taking over at a time when great change and exciting
enhancements are the focus of the IAC. I'm excited that she is taking a
more visible role, as now the members will benefit from her wonderful
insight and wisdom more directly.

Tara Robinson (www.zugunruhecoaching.com)
joins us as the test pilot for the COGs. Tara comes to the IAC with
much experience in group communications, and we are thrilled that she
will soon be announcing the specifics of these innovative and robust
közösségek.

Karen Doll (www.americaslifecoachusa.com)
has been extremely busy processing volunteer applications and making
appropriate placements for members interested in serving the IAC in
this capacity. It's been my pleasure to work directly with Karen as we
get ready for the projects that will be in need of dedicated members,
in order to continue to grow and enhance for the benefit of the
coaching community and the coaching profession.

So
stayed tuned. There is so much going on at the IAC these days, I don't
want you to blink and miss anything! We'll be simultaneously launching
all the upcoming enhancements when we begin our new annual paid
membership, due to begin in the next few weeks. We look forward to
offering you a professional organization that meets your certification
needs as well as serving the coaching community in myriad ways.


Az IAC Masteries Jönnek
GYIK Válaszol Sali Taylor, IAC CC
IAC tanúsító és elnöke a tanúsító bizottság

We
az elmúlt másfél évet új intellektuális fejlesztésükre költötték
ingatlan, amelyet az IAC használhat a mesterképzés alapjaként
IAC tanúsítási rendszer. Az új Masteries készen áll a kiadásra
és közzétették az IAC webhelyén (http://www.certifiedcoach.org/learningguide/masteries.htm).
Mert felismerjük, hogy sokan közületek jelentős időt fektettek be
és a források az eredeti 15 alapján történő tanúsításra való felkészüléshez
Proficiencies, nagylelkû átmeneti idõszakot jelöltünk ki. Következő
hónapban közzétesszük az átmenet idővonalának részleteit és hogyan
a Masteries végrehajtása érvényes lesz a tanúsításra
célokat.
Mi szed átgondolt lépéseket annak érdekében, sima és seemless átmenetet.

Miért az IAC dönt, hogy fejlesszék a Masteries?

We
úgy vélik, hogy szükség van egy független szervezetre, amely felajánlja
edzők tanúsítása, akik bizonyítják tudásukat bemutatóval
képességeik, függetlenül attól, hogy milyen képzést kaptak, vagy az
az ügyfelek száma, akiket kiképeztek. A Mesterek célja:
alapot és szabványokat nyújtanak a valóban független tanúsításhoz
test, hűség nélkül bármely edzőképző iskolához vagy
szervezetekkel. Célunk egy jármű létrehozása a értékelő hatékony coaching abban a pillanatban.
Konkrétan, az IAC tanúsítás a mesteri edzésre összpontosít
megfigyelhető készségek, amelyek tanúsítóink által mérhetők
rögzített, fél órás foglalkozások két különböző ügyféllel.

cseréje
Thomas Leonard tizenöt proficiencies (15P) ijesztőnek tűnt
feladat, de valójában Thomas stílusa volt az átdolgozás és
fejlődni coaching szabványok, és biztosak vagyunk benne, hogy szívesen a
az IAC iránya. A folyamat egyik jelentős eleme a következő volt:
mivel három IAC tanúsítója vesz részt a Masteries fejlesztésében
csapat. Mindent megtettünk a tartalom szempontjából történő megtervezéséhez
arról, hogy a tanúsítók hogyan értékelik az edzői demonstrációkat
minden pont megfigyelhető és mérhető.

Hogy vannak a Masteries eltér a proficiencies?

Ott
csak az 9 mesterek, szemben az 15 jártassággal. Hisszük, hogy
csökkentett kategóriák száma és nagyon egyszerű és világos leírása
a Masteries felhasználóbarátabbá teszi őket az edzőjelölt számára
valamint a tanúsítók számára.

Vannak a Masteries teljes?

Ott
mindig szükség lesz a Masteries finomítására és frissítésére
az idő, mivel a coaching tovább fejlődik. De azt hisszük, hogy van
azonosított néhány, az örökzöld alapot, amely tartós
Alapítvány.

Hol állsz a végrehajtás tekintetében?

We
kifejlesztettek egy hitelesítő eredménykártyát, és ezzel párhuzamosan járnak
Mesterek / jártasok pontozása az elmúlt néhány hónapban a biztosítás érdekében
következetesség. Az edzők mindkét csoportban hasonlóan haladnak, vagy kudarcot vallnak
anyagok. Úgy érezzük, hogy a mesterek nyelve konkrétabb
és nem olyan fogalmi, mint a jártasságok. A Mesterek bizonyítják
hatékonyabbá teszi a szürke területek kiküszöbölését, megkönnyítve az azonosítást
és jóváírja egy adott hatás viselkedésbeli okát.

Mi lesz meg kell változtatni az én edzés érdekében, hogy hiteles az IAC Masteries?

If
megértette és hatékonyan beépítette a jártasságokat
a coachingod, nagy valószínűséggel bármelyik rendszerben átjut.
Nem a proficities vagy a Masteries tanúsítás nem
az egyéni edzői stílusról. A bot szabványkészletek megkövetelik
hogy magas szintű kommunikációs készségeket és kapcsolattartási készségeket használsz
vegye fel a kapcsolatot vevőivel, hogy támogassa őket utazásuk során.

Milyen támogatást az IAC biztosít az emberek számára a tanulás használja az IAC Masteries?

A
A mesterek nagyon alaposak, és úgy gondoljuk, hogy elegendő tartalmat adnak a kezdéshez
azonnal felhasználja őket. Néhány nyílt tele-találkozónk lesz velük
a tagok, hogy meghatározzák a Masteries körül felmerülő kérdéseket vagy zavart.
Ez felbecsülhetetlen mértékben hozzájárul majd annak meghatározásához, hogy
szükség van további lehetséges tanulmányi útmutatók kidolgozására. Nézni
a tele-találkozók bejelentései a következő hetekben. Míg
a Masteries az IAC szellemi tulajdonát fogják képezni
ösztönözze az edzőképző iskolákat és a mentor edzőket az integrációnkra
anyagot a tanterveikbe. Az IAC nem képzési szervezet.
Független tanúsító szervezet és marad, és
tagsági szervezet.

Látod ezeket a vonatkozó szabványok coaching világszerte?

Míg
nemzetközi csapatunk mindent megtett azért, hogy a legegyszerűbbet használja
a lehetséges nyelv és valóban egyetemes perspektíva tükrözése, mi
felismerjük, hogy nem fogunk képesek előre jelezni mindazt
a kulturális különbségek permutációja. Inkább ezt fejlődőnek tekintjük
és organikus folyamat. Lesz lehetőségek felülvizsgálatra és
az értékelés hatékonyságának vagy megfelelőségének biztosítása érdekében
az előírások minden helyzetben.

Mit gondolnak az IAC Masteries végrehajtását?

Mind
a tanúsítók izgatottak és készen állnak arra, hogy továbblépjenek ezzel az újdonsággal
rendszer. A Masteries-okkal kapcsolatos eddigi tapasztalataink ezt megerősítették
ez a rendszer képes a lehető leg objektívebb, egyértelműbben megfigyelhető szolgáltatást nyújtani
és mérhető rendszer a tisztességes és pontos értékeléshez. És míg mi
nagyon elégedettek voltak a CoachVille csapattal való kapcsolatunkban
izgalommal bírnak, hogy képesek lesznek olyan anyagokat kínálni, amelyek a
tanúsítás, amely teljesen független az összes képzéstől
szervezetekkel.

  

 

Sali Taylor, az IAC-CC, a Coachville-i Gimnáziumban tanult
Coaching és megkapta a Thomas J Leonard "T" díjat a közreműködésért
a coaching fejlődésének az 2004-ben. Magánpraxist folytat
A Creative Life Coach és díjnyertes művész.
http://www.SaliArt.com

 


Leírja a Masteries Fejlesztési
által Des Walsh

I
had the privilege of being on the teams for two stages of the
development of the new IAC Masteries. This was a great experience,
especially once we figured out the practical implications of working
simultaneously across different time zones.

Szervezeti
challenges such as time zones aside, this exercise of working with
groups of wise and highly experienced coaches from around the world on
the IAC Coaching Masteries was one of the most interesting and
stimulating experiences of my life.

Paradox módon,
among memories of many great conversations, always friendly and
civilized but often vigorous, stretching debates about the right word
or phrase, is the memory of silences.

It
was actually quite amusing at times, to be sitting there, phone to my
ear, for what seemed like several minutes after someone had shared a
profound insight or given us a brilliant form of words to express, in
part, the often barely-expressible, and wondering had the line dropped
out. It never had. We were all just relishing the moment. Eventually
someone would speak up, so we could move on to the next point.

Nem mintha a folyamat mindig, vagy akár elsősorban, hogy fenséges.

Ott
was a lot of hard work, a lot of being challenged by one another about
the implications of how the masteries statements, definitions of
criteria and descriptions of effective and ineffective behaviors might
play out across a range of cultures and values-frameworks.

In
that regard, it was a decided benefit that the groups included people
not only from different countries but also from countries where the
primary language is not English. It was one thing to discuss the
perceived meaning of a word or phrase as between UK and American, or
Canadian, or Australian English. It was a whole new conversation to
have the perspective of a fluent English speaker whose first language
was nevertheless not English.

egy
aspect of the work which I found most interesting, most tantalizing and
sometimes most frustrating was how to provide recognition and scope, in
how we worded the Masteries, for different types of coaching and
different perceptions of the purposes and aims of coaching. We knew
that to have a set of Masteries which would be seen as appropriate, by
our peers and by those seeking to be credentialed in terms of those
Masteries, we would have to be as sure as we could be that the
conceptual framing and the language and expression would have to be
very clear and as unequivocal as possible.

My
own framework for that task included wanting to see the Masteries
defined and described in such a way that coaches and others would
recognize that there are some key skills and behaviors to be possessed
or learned and practiced, which are not bestowed just by being
knowledgeable in a particular, other-than-coaching field. For example,
a person with a particular profession or skill who decided tomorrow to
call herself or himself a coach in that field would realize from
studying the Masteries that there are certain coach skills and
behaviors they need to have or acquire, in addition to their
predominant, non-coaching expertise to date, in order to be confident
of giving real coaching value to their clients.

Másik
challenge was the requirement for us to be original in our formulations
of the Masteries. The IAC Masteries had to be a new creation, neither a
copy nor an adaptation of some other schema and yet as comprehensive as
we could manage.

Úgy vélem, jól csináltuk. És tudom, hogy még több minden történt mióta én közvetlenül érintett.

In
all of this, the focus and dedication of the IAC leadership and the
project team leaders has been inspiring. I've seen a lot of
professional and volunteer organizations in my time and helped to run
some. Consistently visionary, practical and assured leadership of the
quality we have with IAC does not come along often.

des Walsh

  

 

Des
is a business coach and blogging evangelist. He is based on Australia's
Gold Coast region. A former senior government executive and
subsequently a communications consultant, he was inspired to become a
coach after meeting Thomas Leonard in Sydney in 2002.
http://www.deswalsh.com 

 
 


Elfogadásáról Masteries Coach Certification
Dave Blanchard

Még
though the IAC Masteries have only recently been finalized and
released, there is already one coach-training group that has decided to
adopt and integrate the nine IAC Masteries into its core training. 6 Advisors
assessment and related coaching helps organizations and individuals
identify and accelerate breakthroughs on thought patterns and behaviors
that maintain professional and personal barriers to progress. The 6
Advisors leadership team believes that weaving the IAC Masteries into
training on insights from their proprietary assessment will result in
more highly-evolved follow-up coaching and a more time and
cost-effective way for clients to achieve breakthroughs and results.

"Many
of the coaches that seek us are experienced speakers and trainers, and
have both corporate and social service backgrounds", says Harvey
Schoof, Vice-President and Training Director. "We originally looked at
the Proficiencies on which the current IAC certification is based, but
upon closer inspection, found that the IAC Masteries map nicely to our
philosophy and mission, and we believe will lead our coaches to gain a
clearer, faster and deeper understanding of excellence in coaching. The
IAC Masteries will be fully integrated into our next class starting in
late January 2007.

"For
coaches seeking to become expert in highly-evolved coaching that leads
to significant and lasting breakthroughs for clients, the IAC's
tremendous work in this area is a great path, both for serving our
growing client base, and for the coach serving those clients", says
Dave Blanchard CEO of the Og Mandino group, parent company to 6
Advisors. "We believe in the mission and high bar the IAC has set and
to which it had demonstrated commitment to experienced professionals
coming from various disciplines. We expect the demand for our
assessment and related coaching will shortly outstrip our supply of
trained coaches, and we are taking this opportunity to offer dually
certified coaches the lead position in our corporate engagements.
Together with our own tool certification, the IAC Masteries will help
our coaches accelerate their coaching abilities, and enable clients to
achieve broader and deeper understanding of themselves. In fact, we
refund the IAC fee back to anyone who shows up at our door with a
verifiable IAC coach certification on top of our own tool
certification, regardless of the order in which they were taken."

We
sincerely hope that many more coaches, coaching organizations and
especially coaching clients will benefit from the clarity and depth of
understanding that the IAC Masteries provide.

  

 

Dave
Blanchard is the Chairman and CEO of The Og Group, Inc. and family of
companies, The Greatest Salesman, Inc. and 6 Advisors, Inc. He is the
co-developer of the 6 Advisors Assessment Report™ and coaching
curriculum. http://www.6Advisors.com

 

  


coaching pillanatok
"Coaching Moments" vesz egy átgondolt, és néha könnyed, nézd meg, hogy edzés lehet szövi át mindennapi életünkben.

bőr mély
Janice Hunter

Élvezzük néhány értékes coaching pillanatokban a konyhaasztalon, amely azt nagyon hiányzik, ha a gyerek inkább tapintatos!

I
cooked one of our favourite meals the other day, a homely pasta dish
made with a rich sauce of olive oil, mountain herbs, oven roasted
peppers, baby tomatoes, garlic and onions. As we were sitting laughing
and chatting at the table, out of the blue, my nine year old son said:
"Mum, are you still using that stuff from the telly on your face? I
think it's working. Your spots have gone and you're looking younger."

I
was still smiling at this when I went shopping yesterday and slipped
the eye cream from the same skincare range into my trolley. One of my
goals for last year was to boost my confidence with a clear, glowing
skin but I hadn't shared it with anyone, not even my family.

My
weight and complexion are triggers in the minefield of my self esteem.
I have a medical condition which went undiagnosed for years, resulting
in confidence crushing symptoms like chronic fatigue, fluctuating
weight gain and skin problems. Since I began treatment, waves of
returning good health have made me feel unstoppable! A grubby, football
playing nine year old boy telling you your skin's looking younger is an
unexpected but welcome way to measure the results of a goal you're
achieving slowly but surely!

És
it's a goal with great knock on effects. Over the past few months, I've
cleared out my bathroom cabinets, bagged up and binned the Big Me
clothes from my wardrobe and started tackling scary bits in every room,
even the dark side of the garage. My creativity and coaching confidence
have blossomed and my communication is cleaner. To be honest, after
months spent buffing myself up, gutting the house and paring back our
life to the basics of simple abundance, I don't know which came first,
the clutter clearing or the coaching confidence.

Val vel
the help of my mentor coach, I've been peeling away my coaching sins,
upgrading my defaults and letting my natural skills shine through. A
couple of weeks ago, I did a call I was thrilled with, full of silences
that resonated and questions that tapped into a deep, clear pool as I
just relaxed and enjoyed being present with the person I was coaching.
Moments like that I can score.

De
today, as I applied the eye cream that's so expensive it had better
miraculously attract George Clooney into my life, I remembered how
important it is to make sure my non-coaching goals are measurable. If
we lose track of how we define and measure success in every aspect of
our life, in the details of our day, then we run the risk of never
feeling truly happy or satisfied. What will have to happen in your day
for you go to bed tonight feeling like a happy, successful human being?

EPILÓGUS:
Richard Carlson, author of the hugely popular 'Don't Sweat the Small
Stuff' and countless other books including his latest, 'Don't Get
Scrooged', died suddenly last month at the age of forty five. As a
tribute, I'd like to leave you with a quote from 'Don't Sweat the Small
Stuff'; it comforts me to know that even though we lost him early, he
left behind a family, friends and fans who loved and appreciated him.
He touched lives and made a difference.

"ÉN
find that if I remind myself (frequently) that the purpose of life
isn't to get it all done but to enjoy each step along the way and live
a life filled with love, it's far easier for me to control my obsession
with completing my list of things to do. Remember, when you die, there lesz még befejezetlen üzleti vigyázni. És tudod mit? Valaki más fogja csinálni az Ön számára! " Richard Carlson Ph.D
 

  

 

Janice
Hunter lives with her family in Scotland and is currently working
towards IAC certification. She particularly enjoys supporting other
coaches through her writing and can be contacted at ezinenewsletters@aol.com.
 
 

 


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