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October 2014

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Courses & Events

 

Newsletter Certification

Coaching for Transformation
January 12, 2015

Distance Learning
Facilitators: Belma González and Kim Fowler

Coaching for Transformation
March 7, 2015

New York, NY USA
Facilitators: Steven Filante and Sharon Brown

Newsletter Introductory

FREE! The Power of Coaching
October 14, 2014
10-11:30 am (Eastern)
Teleclass

Facilitator: Martha Lasley

FREE! The Power of Coaching
November 5, 2014
7-8:30 pm (Eastern)
Teleclass
Facilitator: Madhu Maron 

FREE! Coaching for Transformation 2-Hour Intro
November 7, 2014
7-9 pm
New York Open Center

Facilitators: Steven Filante and Sharon Brown

Coaching Essentials
November 15-16, 2014
9:00 am - 5 pm
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Facilitators: Martha Lasley and Leanne Whiting


Newsletter Alumni

Global Community Call
October 20, 2014
10 am (Eastern)
OR
8 pm (Eastern)
Facilitator: Vikram Bhatt

Bringing the Body to Transformational Coaching
FREE Graduate Teleclass

October 23, 2014
6:30 - 8 pm (Eastern)
Facilitator: Ernest Mark

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Coach's Corner

Showing Up Powerfully Around a Racial Violation
by Susana Rinderele

As a Coaching for Transformation student, I'm gaining experience and hours by exchanging coaching with other new coaches in my city in different training programs. These coaches are also part of a larger group which meets monthly for happy hour. The last time we met, there was a new woman present. I was triggered when she told a story

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Hands



Transform Today

Flip the Script! Dealing with the Chronic Complainer in Your Workplace
By Martha Lasley

It's part of your daily routine and maybe you´ve gotten very good at it. You go to great lengths to avoid that one person with the uncanny ability to find something wrong with anything and everything. They come in all shapes and sizes, but almost every workplace has a chronic complainer.

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Complaint



Coaching in Communities

Your Coaching for Community Transformation Questions: Answered
by Meghan Ondrish

While Coaching for Community Transformation (CCT) is still a fairly new program for Leadership that Works, it’s quickly becoming part of the essence of what we do as a leadership organization. To help our own community of students, graduates and faculty get a better understanding of what CCT is, we asked three of the core team members—Virginia Kellogg, Leslie Brown and Belma González—to answer a few frequently asked questions.

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CCT Brochure


 

Graduate Connections 

Graduate Events Around the Globe
By Michael Badger

The graduate community is continuing to shift and evolve in new and exciting ways. Here's what’s coming up soon…

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Graduate Community


News & Notes

News & NotesLTW and NTL Institute Announce Strategic Partnership

We are very excited to announce a new partnership between the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science and Leadership that Works. Our shared intention is to expand the field of coaching by developing extraordinary certified coaches who are committed to cultural awareness, social change and organization transformation.

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Words of Wisdom

As the fall season descends on many parts of the world, it marks yet another change in season. It’s also considered the time of harvest, when farmers from yesterday and today see the good in their hard work through their bounty of crops. Here’s inspiration for the rest of us so we too can, “reap what we have sowed.”

“Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.” —Og Mandino

“Bloom where you are planted and sow where you are fed...” —Stella Payton

“Don't be discouraged if people don't see your vision, your harvest. All they see from their perspective is that you're watering a whole lot of dirt … You have to KNOW and believe for yourself. They don't see the roots and what's budding under the dirt. But it's okay, because it's NOT meant for them to see it. While you wait, MASTER it. You continue to do YOUR work and have unwavering faith! Remember why you started planting in the first place. Your harvest WILL come!” —excerpt from The Day My Soul Cried: A Memoir by Yvonne Pierre

“With every deed you are sowing a seed, though the harvest you may not see.” —Ella Wheeler Wilcox