Back in the day, we were all on listservs such as Yahoo Groups. Now Facebook and Linkedin Groups have largely taken the place of other online “bulletin board” formats. Various organizations and like-minded professionals often create groups to communicate efficiently with one another. Once a member, you can usually be notified by email when new member activity takes place, or you may be like me and keep your Facebook open most of the workday. Many coach groups focus on providing a place to network, share resources, find potential referrals, and even discuss cases. Yes. That is correct… discuss cases. Said differently, coaches talk about their clients in these groups.
Our sincere congratulations to ILCT Founder, Dr. Patrick Williams, MCC, BCC on being one of...
With a very heavy heart, ILCT is mourning the loss of Dr. Jim Vuocolo - our Director of Training, a Senior faculty member for the past 20 years, and a wonderful mentor, friend, and coach.
Interview by: Kim Green
Christina Rampersad, the coach behind, Success Beyond the Brink says, “I used to say the worst thing is not knowing what your purpose is. But even worse than that, I realized, is knowing what your
By: Kim Anthony
"Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow." – Melody Beattie
Studies show that the more you express gratitude, the more appreciative, healthier and happier you will inevitably become. Science, is also proving that a
By: Lillian Mills
Have you noticed how coaches can make a difference whenever and wherever they show up? As coaches, we have the opportunity to have a positive influence in all walks of life and with all age groups. In the 13 years I’ve been coaching, my experience has run the gamut
Before a recent faculty meeting, a number of our wonderful faculty members shared updates on what they’ve been up to, and we thought you’d be interested.
I run ILCT’s program in Italy and am pleased that we are beginning a new Foundational Course this month as
Interview by: Kim Green
As coaches, we are often taught to keep it “neutral.” However, former ILCT student, Daphne Greenawalt sees things a little differently. She believes that her effectiveness is in sharing
My heart goes out to everyone who has been impacted by so many disasters of late, Hurricanes Irma and Harvey and wildfires out West. Most likely, every one of us who wasn’t directly affected knows someone who was. If you’re like me, you spent days glued to the TV, watching the hurricanes
By Steve Demaray:
Personal change is difficult, whether it involves losing weight, quitting smoking our taking control of our money. Let’s face it, we could all stand to make some tweaks here or there in our lives but so few of us get around to taking action. When it comes to money, I