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 infinite presence of

November 15th, 2012 by Amy Jones

By: Sabrina Schleicher, PCC, BCC

Just returning from Disney World has me thinking about the brilliance of Disney’s marketing strategies. Disney’s marketing is very targeted.  Everything Disney creates is geared toward the 3 to 10 year old crowd. However, a wide variety of people visit

November 07th, 2012 by Life Coach Training

By: Kimberly Gleason

Brian gets things done. Not only does he get things done, he can tell everyone else how to get things done too. Spreadsheet need re-working? Bam! He’ll tell you how you ought to do it. Not sure which marketing technique to employ? He’ll list the options, and which

November 04th, 2012 by Life Coach Training

By: Sabrina Schleicher

Today, I unexpectedly became an expert.

Just as my boarding passes printed at the self-service kiosk at LAX, a frazzled traveler approached the kiosk next to me. She quickly explained she’d never done this before and asked if I could help her. Sure. I guided her

October 07th, 2012 by Ellen Ritter

By: Kira Freed, M.A., BCC, LPC


I’ve always been fascinated with personal growth—ever since my first therapy session at age 19. As a young adult, I was fortunate to have a close association with the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland as a therapy client and workshop participant. Years

August 17th, 2012 by Life Coach Training

By: Pam Bradley, Ed.D

As a school principal, my job is to grow my staff members, not just teach students. After being assigned to a middle school which was placed on the “naughty list” requiring specific school improvement, I realized the first thing I had to do was develop the

August 14th, 2012 by Life Coach Training

By: Christa Coletti

What I’ve always loved about life coaching is that it’s co-creative. As a coach, I grow along with my client. Every interaction is an opportunity for us to grow and see the world in new ways. Through this co-creation, coaching has helped me grow as a person, and one

August 13th, 2012 by Life Coach Training

Just as Maslow’s hierarchy of needs predictably describes the inter-dependent path of healthy personal, emotional and physical growth, so our lives follow an equally predictable path as adults. Life experiences give us feedback on our choices, and when we listen to these messages, we are

August 10th, 2012 by Life Coach Training