All entries in News & Reflections from ILCT

Being a Coach: Reflections from ILCT Italy

By: Dr. Laura Cuttica Talice MCC, Director of The Institute for Life Coach Training, Italy

Coaching is a profession that fulfills everyone’s needs. The coach is fulfilled by learning a new job that will let her help her clients along their personal growth while they learn to have

September 15th, 2014 by Amy Jones
Kite Flying: Reflections from Long Beach Island

By Ellen Neiley Ritter, Ph.D., BCC

It occurred to me, as I watched two children getting ready to fly their kite, that this form of play represents the essence of life. We buy kites with dreams of flying high, imagining the possibilities -- of reaching the sky, exploring new worlds,

August 27th, 2014 by Amy Jones

The End of Bad Leadership

By: Patrick Williams

Leaders everywhere are in disrepute. What can we do to end bad leadership when our jobs depend on putting up with incompetent or even unethical bosses?

“Being a leader has become a mantra. It is a presumed path to money and power; a medium for achievement, both

June 27th, 2014 by Amy Jones
Enhancing your Coach Education with Self-Directed Courses

So, you are enrolled in a coach training program with the aim of becoming a certified coach. Or you are seeking continuing education and professional development opportunities to maintain your coach credential. What courses are available to meet your needs?

At The Institute for Life Coach

May 29th, 2014 by Amy Jones
Evolution of a Profession: Competencies, Credentialing, and Ethics

By Dr. Patrick Williams, MCC

As the profession of coaching (and all its specialties) has grown globally the last many years, its evolution has and must contain a body of knowledge of evidence based competencies and ethical standards. These are necessary ingredients for a profession to be

May 19th, 2014 by Amy Jones
Lighthouse Ponderings

By: Candace L. Dorsey, MA, NCC, LPC

The lighthouse is often seen as a spiritual metaphor.  It is a powerful symbol for guidance offering safe passage.  I have vacationed at Hunting Island State Park, SC for nearly 20 years and have climbed to the top of the lighthouse many times. 

The

May 05th, 2014 by Amy Jones

ILCT is proud to announce a new class coming this summer, taught by ILCT faculty member Elizabeth-Anne Stewart. Watch below as she discusses a powerful tool that she has developed when working with her own clients. Learn to implement this tool, and more, in this exciting new 10-week

April 24th, 2014 by Amy Jones
Self Expression in Life Coaching?

By: Dr. Elizabeth Saigal

Life Coaching is based on the deeply spiritual premise that we are all creative, resourceful and whole and have everything that we need to manifest our potential. In other words, we are the God of our own destiny. Coaching is about discovering how the themes

April 10th, 2014 by Amy Jones
A Dashboard for Managing Complexity: Part 5 of 5

By: Patrick Williams

Michael Useem, The Wharton School professor and bestselling author, has published The Leader’s Checklist to create a clear roadmap for navigating any situation. Key questions help customize the list to fit specific needs. The first two parts were published in my

April 04th, 2014 by Amy Jones
A Dashboard for Managing Complexity: Part 4 of 5

By: Patrick Williams

Michael Useem, The Wharton School professor and bestselling author, has published The Leader’s Checklist to create a clear roadmap for navigating any situation. Key questions help customize the list to fit specific needs. The first three were published in my previous

April 01st, 2014 by Amy Jones