By: Kimberly Gleason

Coaching is one of the hottest trends in the workplace today, and there seems to be no end in sight. Why? The reason is simple: coaching gets results. Whether a manager aspires to lead her team more effectively, or an organization aims to surpass its goals, leaders

January 18th, 2013 by Amy Jones


By: Christa Coletti

I have always enjoyed coaching because it is co-creative; I grow as my clients grow. What I think is so powerful about coaching is that it 1) focuses on the positive and 2) is adaptable to any person, from any background, at any stage in their life. Too often we

January 15th, 2013 by Amy Jones

By: Kimberly Gleason

I’m betting you’re no different than my kid.

“Why do I have to clean the living room?” she whines.

I roll my eyes, making a grand sweeping gesture toward the chaos—books littered across the floor, legos crammed in the sides of the couch, a nice splat on the

January 11th, 2013 by Amy Jones

By: Sabrina Schleicher, PhD, PCC, BCC

Help, Sabrina! I’m working on my website, but I’m spinning my wheels. It’s taking me forever and I’m not even sure what I should say.  

If you’re at all like I was when I started out as a coach, I just wanted clients, and I hoped my website would

January 08th, 2013 by Amy Jones

By: Christa Coletti

On this particular morning, I was sitting on the patio watching the soothing stillness of the water. A boat came by, and I watched the still water become small waves in the boat’s wake and head off into new directions, headstrong in their new paths.

Soon one of

January 04th, 2013 by Amy Jones

By: Michelle Armstrong

As we enter a new year, most people are talking about resolutions. These resolutions are generally about what will be eliminated. Some eliminate bad habits, some eliminate bad vices, and of course, some want to eliminate extra weight. Regardless of what it may be,

January 01st, 2013 by Life Coach Training


By: Pam Bradley, Ed.D

This year is different somehow.  The gifts are wrapped.  Bright green, red and gold ornaments decorate the tree.  Santa letters to grandchildren have been written.  “Joy to the World!” reverberates through the house.  Still, there’s this small nagging feeling in

December 18th, 2012 by Amy Jones

By: Michelle Armstrong

Getting stuck seems to be a natural occurrence in life.  From the animal that misjudges the depth of the river they are crossing to clients not knowing which step to take next or even coaches who seem to hit a place where they are stuck in the same circle not

November 18th, 2012 by Life Coach Training

ILCT Faculty honored at 2012 ICF ConferenceLynn Meinke, PCC and ILCT senior faculty member, mentor, supervisor and assessor, and Esra Aksuyek, PCC and ILCT graduate and Director of ILCT-Turkey named the winners of the 2012 ICF International Prism Award for the coaching program they developed for Roche-Turkey. As Janet Harvey, ICF

November 15th, 2012 by Amy Jones

OHearne honored at 2012 ICF ConferenceILCT faculty member Marilyn O'Hearne received a plaque in recognition of her 6 years of ICF Global Board service and her work on cultural competence. ICF President Janet Harvey acknowledged Marilyn for her "deep roots to all that is good, generous, and loving...an infinite presence of

November 15th, 2012 by Amy Jones