From the Editor
Welcome to the August 2012 issue of the IAC VOICE!
How to Listen for Where the Masteries are Present
Inside Scoop – Natalie Tucker Miller, MCC (IAC)
This month's question about certification was: "I’m finding it difficult knowing when to apply a Mastery at a certain time. Are there guidelines to help me know when the timing is right for a particular Mastery?" If you've been wondering the same thing, Lead Certifier Natalie Tucker Miller has some suggestions for where to start. She points out that it's the same approach that was used to develop the IAC Coaching Masteries®. Click to read the article.
The Importance of Continued Coach Education
Mike Goonan, MCC (IAC)
In this issue we hear again from Mike Goonan, who at age 24 became the youngest IAC-certified coach to date. He provides suggestions for creating your own personalized continuing education plan, and says that your willingness to take action will be the most essential ingredient. Click to read more.
Paradigm Shift: From Fear to Freedom
Tools for Coaching Mastery – Deborah Williamson
Returning contributor and Coaching Masteries®-Licensed Mentor Deborah Williamson offers a simple coaching process for turning fear into excitement and forward motion. You'll discover how one coaching client learned that it's harder to sink than swim, and conquered her fear in the process. Click to read more.
Susan R. Meyer will be back with a new President's Message in September.
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If there are topics you would like to read about in future issues, or if you have feedback about today's issue, please contact me directly.
Linda Dessau, CPCC
Editor, IAC® VOICE
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