Coach in Training: Staying Neutral

By: Kim Green

Neutrality.

Being neutral is tough. The anxiety that surrounds the election is something that I hoped to avoid for these two sacred coaching calls…. But that is not what happened.

Now that we have learned all the names, tools and competencies, it was time to put them

October 18th, 2016 by Amy Jones
Using Your ‘Smart’s

By: Elizabeth Saigal, Ph.D. CLC

Towards the end of the coaching conversation coaches can sometimes use the SMART acronym to bring the client even more clarity around their way forward. This acronym is now widely used across industries for project management and personal development

October 14th, 2016 by Amy Jones
Coach in Training: ABC’s of Coaching

By: Kim Green

This has been my favorite week so far! Tuesday, Lynn played Joe the Mechanic and all of us were his questioning coaches. It wasn’t easy. What I saw in the exercise is that none of us were really listening to Joe. We all brought so much of ourselves into our questioning. We

October 11th, 2016 by Amy Jones
Finding Forever

Spotlight On: What God has Joined Ministries
ILCT graduate: JeannaLynn May

Interview by: Kim Green

Over the next year, stay tuned to the ILCT website. We will be spotlighting the remarkable work ILCT graduates are doing to change the world, one coaching session at a time.

 For our

October 08th, 2016 by Amy Jones
Reflections on the Future II

I am pleased to announce that I have asked Dr. Jim Vuocolo, MCC to serve as the Director of Training for ILCT and he has accepted.  Jim has been an incredible support and mentor during the past 4 years that I’ve been running ILCT, always bringing his expertise, clarity, and sense of humor

October 05th, 2016 by Amy Jones
Coach in Training: Questioning

By: Kim Green

Things are getting deep because the course is asking me to look within more than ever. Of course, there was more talk of bewildering acronyms, which started the first class, and I admit my mind shut down, as always. (I’ve got to work on that!) Then, Lynn happily told us

October 03rd, 2016 by Amy Jones

Change often provides a chance to look back as we celebrate the future possibilities, so I write this blog with mixed emotions.

For the past 9 years, I have had the pleasure of learning from, and working with, one of the early leaders in the coaching profession, Dr. Patrick Williams,

September 27th, 2016 by Amy Jones
Coach in Training: Paradigm Switches

By: Kim Green

All kinds of unintentional realizations are washing over me. Suddenly, I am a student, just like my 14-year old son, who is everything but a student. In order to encourage him to work harder (at least pick up a pencil), I boast about what a diligent student I was when I

September 26th, 2016 by Amy Jones
Coach in Training: Coaching

By: Kim Green

Off and running.  I loved the second class. We learned what being a coach is and isn’t. Every word that Lynn spoke was exciting. I wanted to burst inside, feeling so hopeful for the world and all of the individuals who are courageous enough to seek out a coach. I was also

September 20th, 2016 by Amy Jones
Coach in Training: Our First Class

By: Kim Green

Although we will have 2 calls a week from now until sometime in February of 2017, for the first week, there was only one call. The call was yesterday and I can already feel my heart and mind churning. “Excitement“ was the buzzword. Everyone who had an opportunity to speak

September 14th, 2016 by Amy Jones