We Can Choose How To Respond

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

September 20th, 2017 by Amy Jones
Lessons From a Book Store Encounter

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

June 12th, 2017 by Amy Jones

Watch ILCT's Founder and Instructor as he joins The Coaching Game with Laurie Lawson, and discusses his role in the development of the coaching profession, his insight into being a coach, and the power of metaphors.

May 17th, 2017 by Amy Jones
ILCT Faculty in the News

Many Congratulations to Esra Aksüyek, Director of ILCT Turkey, and ILCT Turkey student Deniz Kaplan who were recently recognized for the coaching program Esra designed and is running with Erasmus+, a European program established in 1987 offering university students a possibility of

April 27th, 2017 by Amy Jones
Letting Go of Perfectionism

By: Donna Jurney

“The thing that is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the work of becoming yourself.”— Anna Quindlen

I have spent most of my life struggling with perfectionism and buying into the belief that if things looked good on the

April 05th, 2017 by Amy Jones
Coach In Training: Endings and Beginnings

By: Kim Green

The end has come. Foundations is over, but it’s just the beginning.  It is so true that Coaching is transformative. Just the word seems to evoke and provoke positive changes. It seems just being in the conversation of transformation on a weekly basis can make things

March 23rd, 2017 by Amy Jones
Coach In Training: Living in Purpose

By: Kim Green

Asking powerful questions is a necessary skill that is crucial to our success as coaches so that our clients can have the life that they want. Although, I am familiar with the concept of powerful questions, I never expected a powerful question to do what it has done to me

March 01st, 2017 by Amy Jones
Coach in Training: Integrity

By: Kim Green

The end is near but not near enough. Although we were told February 14th would be the end date, it seems the meaty discussions, over the length of the course, were so necessary that our teacher generously let the discussions continue, taking us a couple of classes off of

February 20th, 2017 by Amy Jones
Intuition: “Blink” + Speak=Results

By: Marilyn O'Hearne, MSW, MCC

Why use intuition? In our hectic world of information bombardment, the ability to make quick decisions leading to desired results is crucial. The ability to size up a situation and recognize the best course of action used in rapid decision-making is one

February 14th, 2017 by Amy Jones
Coach in Training: Life Purpose

By: Kim Green

It has been a purposeful week.

In the discussion of Purpose, Lynn gave us these pointers: Knowing your purpose grows you. Your purpose is the statement of who you are to yourself and others.

As she continued to talk about purpose, she asked the simple question that I

February 10th, 2017 by Amy Jones