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It is with great pride that we present to you our  issue Reimagining Coaching – How our profession is pivoting A note from Garry, Publisher While attending the Coaches Training Institute Leadership program in 2009, I learned the practice of beginning again. Post-pandemic (hopefully), we have the opportunity to “begin again.” Perhaps not so much […]

With No Standard Solution, It’s Time to Reimagine Business Practices: Ours & Our Clients As Ross from Friends says….PIVOT! We, as individuals and as the coaching industry as a whole, strive to prevent stagnation. We are and always have been on a journey of continuous learning. The coaching profession has always been one of the […]

COMING SOON! The March 2022 issue “Reimagining Coaching ~ How our profession is pivoting” choice is a MUST HAVE TOOL for EVERY coach. It’s the only publication in print by and for coaches, and it’s been around 20 years. It’s so inexpensive there’s no reason not to subscribe. Besides, it’s gorgeous. I can’t understand why […]

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We are happy to share an article from our friend  Sai Blackbyrn, CEO of Coach Foundation,   ~ How Can You Establish and Ensure Success For Your Online Coaching Business? Lately, there has been a lot of emphasis on the ways of adjusting, growing, and thriving in the new normal. But what actually is the new […]

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What “Wants” May Bring ~ Needs vs. wants in the journey toward self-determination and healing. We are excited to share with you the next interview in our “Beyond the Page” series featuring DeBorah “Sunni” Smith. DeBorah “Sunni” Smith provides transformational executive coaching and consulting around organizational imperatives like leadership development, change management, Conversational Intelligence®, conflict […]


Coaching for Certainty-The Experts Weigh In   We recently published the issue called “Sticky Situation – Coaching for Certainty -The Experts Weigh In” written by Victoria Trabosh, CDC, CEC; SuziPomerantz, MT, MCC; .and Craig Carr, BCC, PCC, CPCC The Situation: ” I got out of my executive position because I had too many leadership changes […]


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