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How to Transform Uncertainty into Opportunity—the Ethical Way

April 2, 2020 What an interesting time for us as coaches (or perhaps all service providers)! There seems to be this collective call to action to share our tools, insight, and even methodology, to support all those that may need it. Beautiful!

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Transforming Overwhelm Into Passion with Minou Hexspoor

Hosted by iPEC President, Luke Iorio, and other iPEC team members, the Energy Explorer Live Series will highlight people who are using their talents, drive, and highest selves in order to live their purpose. You’ll get to hear about the head and the heart, the structure and the balance, the creativity and the freedom, to help you create the life of your dreams.

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LIFE COACHING: Everything You’ve Wanted to Know (But Were Afraid to Ask)

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Virtual Unity Replays

Join us weekdays at 11 AM ET/ 5 PM CET on Facebook Live for your daily dose of connection! Don't fret, if you miss a day, we will record and will update this page with a link to the archived sessions. Whether you’re seeking hope, inspiration, creativity, or just want to be part of a thought-provoking conversation (we love those) we welcome you to connect with our team of certified professional coaches! 

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Is it Insensitive to Sell Coaching During a Global Crisis?

March 26, 2020 In light of our current global state of affairs, many coaches are finding themselves wondering if now is the right time to promote and sell their coaching services. People are losing their jobs… 

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Becoming a Coach After Retirement

March 25, 2020 "Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end." —Seneca

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Cutting the Commute: How to Adjust to Working from Home

March 23, 2020 By now, there’s a good chance that instead of greeting your coworkers at their desks every morning, you’re adjusting to only connecting with them through your computer screen. Juggling your job responsibilities, homeschooling your children, maybe even taking a video conference call in a blazer and sweatpants (ask us how we know). We get it! It’s a weird time with a lot of adjustments. As a global company, we’ve asked our seasoned work-from-home employees to share their best tips for breaking in the home office!

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#VirtualUnity: Connection Corner with a Company of Coaches

We’ll just come out and say it...

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3 Ways to Harness the Power of Choice in Uncertain Times

Throughout history, our collective consciousness has naturally been edging its way toward greater levels of freedom:

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The Coaching Mindset: Resources for Covid-19 and Social Distancing

March 17, 2020 Your current day-to-day life and routine might be experiencing some unplanned restructuring. We are all being asked to pivot, cancel, or reschedule plans, and come together (maintaining #socialdistancing, of course) for the greater good.  We understand that it can be a bit overwhelming to have a constant stream of breaking news headlines and an influx of messages and warnings from doctors, hospitals, and politicians. That’s why we’ve created this page for you to use as a reference to minimize fear, maximize mindfulness, and leverage a coaching mindset as we navigate through the next few weeks. Feel free to bookmark this page whenever you feel you need a bit of regrounding!

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The 3-Step Plan to Your Personal Reinvention

There are nearly eight billion people on this miraculous planet of ours. They come, make imprints in your life, and move on through the hustle and bustle of this fast-paced culture. But even in all the rush and chaos that seems to be the daily norm, there’s one thing that’s very clear: our deep desire to be seen and heard.     

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The Key to Building High Performing Teams

One of the significant challenges all organizations and leaders face relates to building high performing teams. High functioning teams that work well amongst themselves and across the organization are critical to the success of any organization, yet the key to creating and maintaining them can, at times, feel like an elusive goal. If you are ready to take your teams to the next level in performance, there are three key critical factors you want to focus on going forward.

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New Energy Explorer Live Series

March 6, 2020 iPEC’s mission is to “raise the consciousness of the world, one person at a time.” This sounds like a large feat, and we are using every opportunity, every day, to see this intention manifest in the world. One of the ways we bring this intention into fruition is through our coach training program.  Other ways include coaching, events, writing articles to share on our Learning Center, interviewing influencers, and doing our best to provide as much value as possible to you.  Because you are the reason we strive to raise the consciousness of the world. You are the one person that can and will make a difference. Finding and living your purpose is what will ultimately change the world.  That’s why we are excited to announce our newest LIVE streaming series!  Hosted by iPEC President, Luke Iorio, and other iPEC team members, the Energy Explorer Live Series will highlight people who are using their talents, drive, and highest selves in order to live their purpose. You’ll get to hear about the head and the heart, the structure and the balance, the creativity and the freedom, to help you create the life of your dreams.  You’ll hear from graduates of our coach training program, authors, speakers, and all-around inspiring human beings. Bring your questions, curiosity, and your favorite note-taking tools because there will be lots of learning happening on these livecasts! Launching on March 25, 2020, Luke will be joined by Certified Professional Coach, Minou Hexspoor, for a live interview! Minou and Luke will discuss creating a life of freedom and reconnecting with what we’re truly looking for in our lives.  Tune in live to ask questions and share your “ah-ha” moments with others on the livecast.  Click here to register and receive a reminder!  We’ll see you there!

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Coaching Program accreditation and certification are top considerations for savvy coaches and clients alike

March 3, 2020 Here’s why and how iPEC exceeds the industry’s top standards With each article you read about becoming a Professional Coach, excitement about the path and the potential can build up quickly. Maybe you find yourself imagining waking up each day looking forward to creating meaningful change in the lives of others, being in control of your schedule and destiny, and having the opportunity to change the world—it's a wonderful vision to hold for yourself. 

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How to Navigate Burnout: 6 Lessons Learned After Getting to the Other Side

Written by Luke Lorio Previously published on One Idea Away | May 30, 2019

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Encore Entrepreneurship: The New Wave of Small Businesses

"Being able to use all of my cumulative wisdom to help people achieve their dreams is fantastic."  Wendy Braitman, a graduate of iPEC, was recently featured on The Today Show! She shared about her journey to becoming a career transition coach after her long-time career in the entertainment industry was cut short.  

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Lose the Weight of Self-Judgment and Gain So Much More

Written by Julie Beckerman Previously published on One Idea Away | December 4, 2019

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Professional Coach Roundtable: How Did You Land Your First Client?

Two powerful words: fear and doubt. For prospective coaching students, it’s often the fear of starting something new and unfamiliar, as well as the doubt in one’s own ability to be successful. These two overwhelming emotions can hold you back from taking the necessary steps to live out your purpose as a professional coach.  Fortunately, there’s a remedy for fear and doubt, and that is knowledge.

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What is Coaching?

Ask a hundred different coaches to explain what coaching is, and you just might get a hundred different answers.  Of course, you can find a literal definition in a dictionary, or you can check out the official industry explanation from the International Coaching Federation. Still, these descriptions may not necessarily bring the concept of coaching to life for you in a tangible way. At its core, coaching is about helping people make profound and lasting shifts in their lives. On the surface, that sounds like something we’d all want, right? But what does it really mean?

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Workplace Disruptions are Creating a Bigger Demand for a New Type of Leader—Here’s One Way You Can Guide Executives to Forge a New Path

Major disruptions are completely remaking the way we work, what we want out of our jobs, and how we need our leaders to manage.  Many of these changes are exciting: more remote work opportunities, flexible schedules to build work-life balance, and an increase in unlimited vacation days. Workplaces are becoming more respectful, co-creative, and dynamic energy-conscious places where soft skills have importance. Yet, as the landscape of traditional work erodes before our eyes, we’re developing a new type of workplace that no one was trained to understand or succeed in. 

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The Wisdom of Your Body: Living Your Best Life with Chronic Illness

Written by Karen Baltimore Previously published on One Idea Away | November 6, 2019

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What Do the Numbers Say About Global Consumer Awareness of Professional Coaching?

Racking your brain with issues like whether there’s enough opportunity in the professional coaching market and whether you actually stand a chance? Yes, there’s a plethora of coaches out there for every category of personal and professional challenges, and it’s certainly true that pretty much anyone can say they’re a coach. But it’s also true that coaching is a growing, changing industry with opportunity everywhere. 

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How to Know Whether You’re Choosing the Best Professional Coach Training Program

Picture this: You’re feeling fulfilled in your work and making meaningful connections with people you actually like every day. You’ve got the freedom to choose your own schedule, the resources to design your own path, and the opportunity to earn an income that supports your ideal lifestyle.  Maybe that sounds like a pipe dream.  Or maybe it’s your future as a certified professional coach.

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How Long Does It Take to Become a Certified Professional Coach?

The famous and brilliant Albert Einstein once said, “Time is an illusion.” For most of us, however, time is a precious commodity. And when you’re stuck in a job that doesn’t bring you fulfillment or joy, it can feel like every minute is an eternity. That’s why one of the greatest concerns for prospective coaching students is how long it will take to complete a training program and earn their certification. We get it: You’re out there thinking about the future and wondering just how close you are to the goals you see in the distance. As you plan ahead, consider all the factors, and get honest with yourself about whether the journey toward becoming a professional coach is the right one for you; it’s only natural to question the amount of time it’ll take to make your dream a reality.

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How to Make Enough Money: The Myth of More

Written by Christine Walsh Previously published on One Idea Away | August 8, 2019

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The 3 W’s of Choosing a Professional Coaching Specialty

Close your eyes and picture your ideal coaching client. Is it a new mom looking to return to work after maternity leave? A young tech executive that wants to reach the next level in their organization? A couple looking for ways to heal their relationship? Someone struggling to adjust after an illness or reach specific health goals? An up-and-coming manager or team leader striving to improve corporate culture? Or is it simply a blank in your mind?

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Money Mistakes: 3 Financial Mistakes I Made and How You Can Learn From Them

Written by Christine Walsh Previously published on One Idea Away | July 26, 2019

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3 Ways Leadership Coaching Certification Can Change Your Life

Each day you face thousands of choices… and each one holds the potential to unlock an infinite chain of possibilities in your future.  Researching Leadership Coaching Certification and Executive Coaching Certification while you’re on the clock are certainly choices that set you up for a new and exciting future.  Sometimes, the smallest step, intentional or not, creates the most significant results in your life.  Take Gwyneth Paltrow’s character in Sliding Doors, as an example.

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You’re Not Too Old (or Too Young) to Establish a Coaching Career

Does your age really matter when it comes to coaching others? I talk to many potential students who are afraid they are “too young” to be taken seriously as coaches. On the other end of the spectrum, I hear from older people who are nervous about being seen as irrelevant and out of touch with current society. Conquering age-related fear is often one of the many self-imposed hurdles students face when they are weighing the decision to become a life coach. But truthfully, age is one of the least important factors when deciding whether to enroll in coach training—for a number of reasons.

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A Purpose Driven Life: The Courage to Take the Leap

Written by Wendy Quan Previously published on One Idea Away | June 19, 2019

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Why I Meditate: Benefits from a Consistent Meditation Practice

Written by Luke Lorio Previously published on One Idea Away | June 12, 2019

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How do I get my first coaching client, anyway?

Feeling the itch to change your career? You're not alone! A recent study from LinkedIn claims that the average person changes jobs 3-4 times in the first ten years after college graduation. An ordinary job switch probably isn’t that scary, but a full-on career change can fire off a serenade of internal “DANGER DANGER” warning bells. Conventional wisdom says it takes time (and plenty of savings) to get the training and education required to jump the established career path in favor of starting a business.

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3 Reasons Why You Need a Coaching Certification

Coaching feels like a new buzz word. You can't take a step left or right without coming across some sort of life or business coach—and for good reason. Research has demonstrated the effectiveness of coaching, especially in the workplace. It’s a powerful tool that knocks down barriers, empowers employees to take action, and improves office morale.

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3 Types of Coaching Certifications (Definitions & Differences)

Coaching has become a fast-growing field over the past decade—there's a lot of information out there about coach training and certification, and it can be a bit confusing. So what is the difference between accreditation and certification? What's a certificate? In this blog, we'll break down the various options that are out there so you'll have greater insight into which choices might serve you best.

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What to Look for When Evaluating Executive Coaching Training Courses

Not All Courses are Created Equal. Here’s How to Know You’re Getting the Best Do you have a passion for helping people? Do you thrive in the corporate world? Are you an expert at making home and work life balance look nearly effortless? If so, you may have what it takes to become an executive coach. All too often, executives focus so intently on success in their line of work, that they often get bogged down in the details and fail to see how much better they could be—both in work and in life.

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Standing Up for Diversity: Why Coaching Skills Matter

The term “diversity” has become somewhat of a buzzword in the modern workplace, tossed around in company mission statements and HR manuals. And yet, studies reveal particularly slow progress toward a diverse balance of genders, races, cultures, and acquired traits across executive and professional teams globally.

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4 Mic-Drop Responses to Critics of Professional Coaching

You want to use your talents and passion for something more than a mundane 9–5, and the idea of becoming a professional coach sounds, well, pretty amazing. It’s got the freedom and flexibility we all crave, plus the envious opportunity to do meaningful and fulfilling work. Yet, you can’t seem to shrug off that little voice inside your head echoing a common doubt: Is professional coaching really a “thing?” You know you have what it takes to be successful as a coach; you can just feel it in your bones.  But that inner critic (perhaps goaded by the peanut gallery in your everyday life) still questions whether this is a legitimate profession. OK then, it’s time to silence all this conjecture with cold, hard facts and stats. Let’s drop the mic on critics of professional coaching (even the one in your own head!) with these five serious truth bombs.

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10 Financial Habits That'll Change Your Life

Written by Christine Walsh Previously published on One Idea Away | March 12, 2019

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Loving Kindness in Its Many Forms

Written by Lisa Kaplin Previously published on One Idea Away | February 26, 2019

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How to Become an Executive Coach: Expert Tips for Securing a Paycheck

As company leaders wake up to the value of investing in the all-around development of their top executives, the opportunities for coaching engagements are flourishing. This is great news for you if you’ve decided to take the journey toward becoming an Executive Coach. Even so, you may be struggling with some concerns about how you’ll build a successful business and develop a strong base of paying clients. This is, after all, a career. So it needs to support your financial goals. If you’ve chosen the right coach training school, the curriculum will include either a strong business development program to get you familiarized with key business principles and comfortable talking with potential clients about your services, or specific training on how to utilize your Executive Coaching skills within an organization. To get you thinking about this phase of the journey in a more tangible way, here are some valuable tips and insights for landing paying clients, an Executive Coaching position, or corporate coaching contracts.

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How to Become an Executive Coach: The Why and How of Professional Certification

You’ve done the work of looking deep inside yourself and asking the hard questions to decide whether a future in Executive Coaching is right for you. Now it’s time to think about the critical element of certification. To both serve clients in a meaningful way AND lay a strong foundation for supporting your own long-term success, you’ll want to equip yourself with the most powerful skills, tools and techniques through industry certification.

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How to Become an Executive Coach: 3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Jumping In

It’s an exciting move. Everyone’s telling you that you’d be an amazing coach, and you’ve always wanted to run your own business. But, slow down. Take a breath, take a beat and take some time to think about whether you’re ready to jump into the world of Executive Coaching.

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The 5 Faces Of Fear That Keep Us Stuck In Life

Written by Luke Lorio Previously published on One Idea Away | April 4, 2017

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New Evidence Links Working with a Coach to Financial Gain

iPEC’s coaching model linked to increased income, job promotions, and higher levels of financial satisfaction. A new study from iPEC provides preliminary and promising evidence that iPEC’s Core Energy Coaching™ model can help people increase their income and move into leadership roles in their career. The same data also shows that people who work with a Core Energy Coach report feeling more satisfied with their financial situation.

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How Intimacy With Your Core Values Can Inspire Your Business Success

Written by Zette Harbour Previously published on One Idea Away | April 8, 2019

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Commitment in the New Year: Providence Moves Too

Written by Luke Iorio Previously published on One Idea Away | December 11, 2019

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Gratitude Practice Elements: When Gratitude Falls Short

Written by Luke Iorio Previously published on One Idea Away | November 15, 2019

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Finding Your Purpose and Keeping the Faith During Chaotic Times

Written by Aaron Rose Previously published on One Idea Away | September 25, 2019

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The Advantage of the Disadvantage: How to Use the Power of Reframing

Written by Ramona Harvey Previously published on One Idea Away | November 15, 2019

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Want a Happier Life? Acceptance and Flexibility are Good Places to Start

Written by Luke Iorio Previously published on One Idea Away | August 23, 2019

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Conscious Energy: How to Live Life More Meaningfully

Written by Luke Iorio Previously published on One Idea Away | October 25, 2019

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Is It Possible to Change? How to Make Quick and Fast Improvements

Written by Dr. Steven C. Hayes Previously published on One Idea Away | August 12, 2019

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Raising a Boy Right: Scouts and Scoundrels Everywhere

Written by Dr. Michael C. Reichert Previously published on One Idea Away | August 7, 2019

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Ditch The "Unhappy" Vibes: 5 Habits That Will Unlock Your Greatest Resiliency

Written by Luke Iorio Previously published on One Idea Away | July 5, 2019

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Want To Stay Unhappy? Keep Doing These 5 Things

Written by Luke Iorio Previously published on One Idea Away | May 28, 2019

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What Does Essence Mean and How Can it Help You Have More Fulfilling Work?

Written by Peter Matthies Previously published on One Idea Away | July 3, 2019

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The Meaning of Your Thoughts: Understand the Past, Present, and Future through Your Thought Types

Written by Laura Abernathy Previously published on One Idea Away | June 26, 2019

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Why Financial Well-Being Starts With Self-Care

Written by Christine Walsh Previously published on One Idea Away | December 11, 2018

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More Than Letters: iPEC’s CPC Increases HR Salary by 28%

From the Society for Human Resource Management’s SHRM certification to HR Certification Institute’s PHR, aPHR, GPHR, or SPHR-CA;  there are dozens of ways to add letters, credentials, and certifications to your name. But when it comes down to aligning your purpose with career progression AND your wallet, there’s one set of letters that adds the greatest impact. 

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Stay or Go? The 3 Step Process for Ultimate Decision-Making Clarity

So you’re thinking about quitting.

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Does Coaching Work? New Scientific Evidence Points to Yes

 

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Feel Great at Work by Setting This Intention

Written by Tommy Acierno Previously published on One Idea Away | August 15, 2018

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What is Core Energy Coaching™?

Need guidance through the college application process, help finding your soulmate, or want to improve your executive leadership skills? There’s a coach for that!

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How to Ask Your Boss for Time (and Resources) to Attend Coach Training

Many people ask, “How can I get my boss to pay for iPEC’s Coach Training Program?” It’s a great question. A recent global survey of coaching clients by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Association Resource Center concluded that the mean ROI for companies investing in coaching was 7 times the initial investment, with over a quarter reporting an ROI of 10 to 49 times.

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What Makes a Coach Training Program Great, Anyway?

Are you the first port of call in everyone else’s emotional storm? (And by “everyone,” I mean everybody from your old college roommate to your second-cousin-twice-removed that you briefly chatted with at the last big family gathering.)

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No, Your Life Doesn't Need to Be Perfect in Order to Become a Life Coach

“I have so many issues of my own… if I can’t figure out how to take care of my own messes, how could I possibly coach someone else on how to clean up theirs?!”

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5 Steps to Reignite Your Passion Without Switching Jobs

Does it feel like your job “enthusi-meter” is broken or in need of a serious tune up? You wouldn’t be alone. An overwhelming majority of your workmates (a whopping 87%!) feel the same way.

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Coach Training Isn't Just for "Coaches" ...Here's Why

What is your job title? Does it have the word “coach” in it? Do you think it needs to in order for coach training to benefit you? (Hint: the answer may not be what you think!) As an iPEC Admissions Coach, and someone who has talked to hundreds of prospective coach training students, I’m qualified to tell you the answer is: absolutely not!

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The 3 Factors That Influence a Coach's Salary

You’ve dreamed of starting a coaching career for forever — one that gets you out of cubicle-land and into your own office, replete with vision boards, family pictures, and all the other knick-knacks that make you feel happy.

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How Energy Leadership Can Change Your Workplace

Energy Leadership Coaching: what the heck is that and what on earth does it have to do with running a successful company?!

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What is Internal Coaching?

If you’ve ever casually mentioned to someone else that you’re interested in a career as a coach, you may have run into these common assumptions:

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5 Reasons Why Coaching is a Must-Have Transferable Skill

Who doesn’t want to improve their energy, engagement, happiness levels, and overall satisfaction in their life and work?

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How to Subtly Manage Toxic Leadership With Coaching Skills

There are few things as disheartening as working in an uncommunicative, oppressive work environment. Usually, as employees, we look to upper management to set the tone and provide solid, thoughtful leadership.

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3 Baby Steps to Leaving Your Comfort Zone

The thought of making a big change or shift in our lives can be downright scary. For some, it can come along with a paralyzing, all-consuming anxiety or fear that our investment of time, energy, and money won’t pay off—or even worse, that our hopes and dreams for a happy outcome won’t materialize.

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The Tools You Need to Start Your Coaching Practice in a (Seemingly) Saturated Market

If you hang out in online spaces often, you’ve probably noticed that everyone and their second cousin seems to have hung their “coaching” shingle for all to see. When you see so many advertisements for coaches, it can be really intimidating as a potential student. You may be asking yourself things like “is the coaching market oversaturated?” or “do I even stand a chance as a coach?”

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Introverts Can Be Successful Coaches, Too

Picture the classic entrepreneur stock photo: a well-dressed professional with a confident smile, shaking hands with a new acquaintance and surrounded by other people at a networking event.

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Study Validates That People with Higher Energy Accrue a Greater Sense of Life Satisfaction

Study is Based Upon 14 Key Indicators of Success | Press Release 2013

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How to Design Engaging, Inspiring Workshops that Motivate Your Audience

When you envision attending a conference, workshop, or training session, what’s your immediate reaction?

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3 Ways Coach Training Can Help Doctors Become Better Leaders

As an Admissions Coach for iPEC, I get to talk to professionals of all backgrounds. Lately I’ve noticed that more and more of my one-on-one sessions have been with medical professionals who are facing uncertainty and overwhelm due to more patients, fewer doctors, and increasingly complex regulations. They feel they’re at a tipping point and they’re willing to try a new approach in order to get things done. 

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Why You Should Pursue Coach Training, Even Though You Don’t Have Time For It

“I don’t have enough time.” I often hear this roadblock from people who are hesitant to commit to coach training, graduate school, or some other development program.

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Laid Off? Between Jobs? Here's Why You'll Never Regret Investing In Yourself During Rough Times

Many of the people I talk to on a daily basis want to enroll in coach training but push it off because of money. Financial concerns are some of the most burdensome limitations we face and they come in many forms:

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Trapped: Breaking Free from Circumstance and Stepping Into Your Best Life

We often make the mistake of thinking reality is something that’s black-and-white, a universal fact. But reality isn’t the same as undisputed truth. If you asked three different people to describe the same event, they would tell three different stories.

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How Coaching Can Help You Forge Better Connections with Your Students

Many people believe that you should only pursue coach training if you want to become an entrepreneurial life or business coach. But, that’s simply not the case.

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"You'd Make a Great Coach!" ... How to Go From Dreaming to Doing

When your friends are battling an internal tornado, do they turn to you when they need to decompress and let it all out?

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To the Therapist Who Will Settle For Nothing Less Than Optimally Functioning Clients

As an Admissions Coach at iPEC, I speak with social workers and therapists who tell me that their patients often come to them during a time of great need or struggle. Often, they are battling depression, addiction, or trauma. In some ways, they’re coming from a non-functional place, and your goal is to help them become functional again. This is important work, but it can also put a heavy weight on your shoulders. You’re constantly surrounded by tumultuous energy that’s bound to invite itself into your life.

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Unfulfilled: When You Feel Like You’re Living Someone Else's Life

You wake up, get dressed, and start the coffee pot. You eat the same breakfast that you do every day, say goodbye to your family (both the two- and four-legged), and head out for the morning commute.

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Coaching and Coach Training

What It's Really Like to Attend iPEC

Last week, a current student expressed what it’s REALLY like to attend iPEC. We asked for her permission and she wholeheartedly encouraged us to share her Facebook post hoping it would be inspirational to anyone thinking of taking the leap.

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Coaching and Coach Training

Finding Motivation When Everything Feels Like an Uphill Battle

Workers today are experiencing more stress, anxiety, and frustration with their careers than ever before. Many feel unfulfilled by their day job, restlessly unproductive, and emotionally unattached to their employer and coworkers. Unfortunately, the imbalance they feel in the workplace spills into their personal lives. They routinely sleep less than they should, their eating habits are all over the place, and regular exercise is practically non-existent.

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Coaching and Coach Training

How to Financially Prepare for a Transition to Professional Life Coaching

As an Admissions Coach, I hear from people all across the country (and world!) who are interested in becoming a professional coach but are apprehensive about investing in themselves.

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Coaching and Coach Training

Here’s How Everyone Can Balance a Professional Coach Training Program with Work, Life, and Family

One of the biggest misconceptions I hear from people when they are considering enrolling in the iPEC Coach Training Program is that they’ll need to quit their job in order to have the time to complete it. They often feel overwhelmed by everything else going on in their life, they couldn’t possibly fit one more thing in. Right?

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Coaching and Coach Training

Leaving Your Day Job: Creating a Solid Exit Strategy in Order to Pursue Your Coaching Practice

When Hurricane Sandy slammed into the east coast, I wasn’t prepared for the chaos she would throw my life into. It had never crossed my mind that I’d end up unemployed (for an entire year!) because of Mother Nature. Making the decision to invest in coach training was so difficult. I had lost my home and my job, but I forced myself to let go of the fear for just a minute, so that I could envision my future.

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Coaching and Coach Training

Is Coach Training for Me? 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Jumping In

I wasn't always the Admissions Director at iPEC. A few years ago, I was downsized, scared, and wondering where my next pay check was going to come from. Every week, I'd complete my unemployment paperwork and wonder what my next step would be. I spent a lot of time researching, and finally decided to make a really big (four-digit big) investment in iPEC's coach training. But I was still so nervous. Was I making the right decision?

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Where in the World is iPEC This Week?

What a great question… glad you asked.

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Coaching and Coach Training

Coaching: An Opportunity Occupation

It’s All Opportunity Far more than just a career opportunity, coaching is a ‘gateway to options’ that will expand your view of the world and how others experience it too. Have you ever been fascinated – or perplexed – by the startling difference in how two people can view the exact same situation? One illustration

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Coaching and Coach Training

Coaching as a Career - Making a Difference While Making a Living

Many people don’t believe in the adage, “Do what you love and the money will follow,” and, consequently, they spend years in unfulfilling jobs. They know, deep inside, that there is more to life (and to work) than what they’re currently doing, but they don’t believe that they can actually make a living doing something they REALLY love to do.

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Coaching and Coach Training

A Primer on Coaching

What is Coaching? The answers depend on the impact you wish to have. Your work as a coach will be different depending on if you’re satisfied helping people hit goals or if you propel clients toward their highest potential.

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Training Programs

Are Life Coaching Seminars Worth Your Time?

The business of life coaching is booming. New techniques, methods, and strategies for helping clients achieve their goals are being developed on a regular basis. Most life coaches understand the value of education to help them stay on top of their game. According to the 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study, 89% of coaches worldwide have receiving training from an accredited or approved program. But, how can you keep up with emerging trends when your training is complete?

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Coaching and Coach Training

Life Coaching Qualifications: What Do You Need to Succeed?

It seems like life coaches are popping up everywhere, and the appeal of this career is easy to understand. Not only can you choose when and where you work, but life coaches can make more than $200 an hour–all while experiencing the satisfaction of helping someone else fulfill their potential.

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5 Ways to Help You Get Coaching Clients

Congratulations! You’ve decided to become a coach and are ready to get started. Now all you need is your first client. Trying to get coaching clients will be an ongoing process as you build your business, but there are steps you can take to attract new clientele. These five tips offer practical advice to help you find new clients and get your coaching practice off the ground.

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Discover the Benefits of a Certified Coaching Program

When it comes to coach training, the options seem endless. From online courses to onsite classes, you can find almost any kind of course to match your availability and budget. However, not all training courses are created equal. When you choose a certified coaching program, you’ll ensure that your course is approved or accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF).

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Life Coaching Definition: What is it and is it right for you?

Although the discipline of Life Coaching is relatively new, it has already gone through several phases of development. For this reason, it’s sometimes difficult to find a very basic life coaching definition.

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Don’t Change Your Career– Enhance It!

If you’re feeling stuck in your career, exploring coaching as an alternate path might be the key to the independence and flexibility you’ve been seeking. However, while coaching as a solo entrepreneur is certainly appealing to some people, it’s not always a good fit for everyone.

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4 Ways to Jumpstart Your Career Change

Have you ever woken up and felt not-so-ecstatic about the day ahead? Perhaps you’ve lost a bit of direction? Maybe you’ve even asked yourself: where has my passion gone?

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3 Types of Coaching That Can Transform Your Career

As the coaching landscape broadens and this growing $2 billion industry commands more and more attention, coaches are becoming highly valued and sought after across all industry sectors. And if you’re looking to make a career change, there are several specializations within the coaching industry that can have a huge impact on your future.

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ipec News & Articles

Joan M. Ryan, CPC, ELI-MP - iPEC CEO

Joan M. Ryan is an 18-year veteran in the learning and performance industry. Prior to starting her journey at iPEC, she quickly climbed the ranks at PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP, where she held various posts. Here, Joan spent the span of her career developing deep expertise in instructional design, curriculum development, and Human Performance Improvement.

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Release - Expansion and Leadership ReAlignment

Market Leading Coach Training School Announces Big Expansion Re-Aligns Leadership Team to Drive the Effort SHREWSBURY, NEW JERSEY – May 11, 2016 – The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) – the market leader in coach training across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom – has announced that it is in the midst of a large expansion of services based around an extensive suite of new programs for its alumni community and ultimately the public-at-large, including a new digital media platform called LiveLeadPlay.com, Mastermind Business Alliances, and a series of immersion and partner training programs.

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Coaching and Coach Training

The EASY Way to Make a Decision

Decision making shapes our lives.

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Coaching and Coach Training  |  Uncategorized

Stuck in limbo?

It seems a lot of people, both personally and professionally, are stuck in a little bit of limbo. They are afraid to make a decision to either say a big bold “YES!” or a big bold “NO!” Instead, they stay where they are, always wondering what would happen if… 

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Coaching and Coach Training

How Coaching Changed One Person’s Life

If you want to make a difference in the world, have a life purpose beyond what you are currently doing, earn more money and have a greater impact in the lives of others, and if your friends often tell you that you should be a coach...

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Coaching and Coach Training

Roadmap to Become a Certified Professional Coach

On this webinar recording, learn everything you’ll need to know about becoming a Certified Professional Coach, whether you choose iPEC or Not!

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Coaching and Coach Training  |  Uncategorized

Interview with the International Coach Federation

Heather Doyle, iPEC's Chief Operating Officer, interviews Don Whittle of the ICF The International Coach Federation (the ICF) is an internationally recognized association dedicated to the coaching industry. During this interview replay, you will learn all about ICF’s Individual Credential process and how being credentialed will benefit you as a professional coach.

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Coaching and Coach Training

"Would I make a good coach?" And other powerful questions to ask yourself.

What inspired you to explore becoming a coach? What was it that prompted you to reach out to iPEC? What questions do you have about coaching and about our program?

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Guest Bloggers  |  cancer survivorship  |  coaching  |  encouragement  |  finding purpose  |  new perspective

I Survived Breast Cancer...Now What?

I had it all…or so I thought. I was a Senior Executive at a major motion picture studio. I had the big house, the husband, the two kids, a company car, and perks galore. Yet, I was constantly miserable and sick.

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Zack Lemelle - Leadership Engagement Services  |  coach  |  iPEC  |  leadership  |  motivation  |  workforce engagement

Six Ways to Help Employees Voice Their Concerns

Most companies tout an open door policy, meant to encourage employees to voice their concerns and feedback in the workplace. Even so, employees are often afraid of being candid due to the fear of repercussions.

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Luke Iorio - iPEC CEO  |  achievement  |  choice  |  life coach  |  motivation  |  self-improvement

A New Season...A Fresh Start

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Intuition  |  Luke Iorio - iPEC CEO  |  coaching skills  |  iPEC Coaching  |  listening  |  motivation

5 Ways To Become More Intuitive

It's kind of funny how "themes" pop up in our lives. Maybe we look for patterns. Or rather, we recognize the patterns. One that I've noticed, lately, is how the concept of “intuition” keeps showing up.

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Luke Iorio - iPEC CEO  |  life coaching  |  motivation  |  new perspective  |  reframing  |  self-improvement

3 Tips In Dealing With Life's Rough Patches

For those who live in warmer climates, winter weather is rarely a concern. As a north-easterner, we can get some pretty severe winter storms. I can deal with the cold and even a foot of snow. But, the worst is freezing rain that becomes black ice on the roads, walkways, and stairs. If you've experienced it, you know how treacherous it can be. If you haven't, trust me, you don't want to.

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2014 by ipeccoaching  |  Luke Iorio  |  Uncategorized  |  attitude  |  encouragement  |  iPEC Coaching  |  intentions  |  motivation on December 31

What's Your New Year's Revolution?

 

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Goal Setting  |  Zack Lemelle - Leadership Engagement Services  |  iPEC  |  intentions  |  leadership  |  on December 18 2014 by ipeccoaching  |  personal achievement

Your New Year Goals: 6 Questions To Ask Yourself

“Whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you that you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising which tempt you to believe that your critics are right. To map out a course of action and follow it to an end requires courage.”

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Zack Lemelle - Leadership Engagement Services  |  iPEC Coaching  |  leadership  |  life potential  |  perspective  |  power of choice on December 12 2014 by ipeccoachin

Is Social Media Real Social?

Rarely does a day go by where I do not read something about the value of developing relationships on social media. It gives you the opportunity to reach many people every time you post something on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ or one of the numerous other sites available to you. It seems like everyone is involved in sharing–whether it is important information or not. Some people have thousands of followers or “friends” online that they communicate with every day. On the surface, there is value to being more connected to family members, friends, and business associates. It breaks down the barriers of distance and time by allowing you to communicate with each other 24/7. Even so, what is meant to connect people at a higher level could actually be isolating them as well.  I say this because participating in social media can arguably be more passive than active especially from the standpoint of not having a two-way conversation in real time. You cannot touch the person. Feel his/her presence in the room. Or share information in the most meaningful way. Social media (and texting) takes away the need to talk to one another, just as the telephone took away the need to visit someone. Everything you need to know is online. Although we are more accessible than ever before, is it working for us or against us?  Some might agree, social media is taking the place of spending quality time with family, friends, and associates. How often do you see a group of people eating dinner in a restaurant with one or more of them posting, tweeting, or texting? Or, are in a meeting with someone who is paying more attention to the conversation on their smart phone rather than you? Or, not able to get someone on the phone …who sends you a text almost immediately after you leave a voice mail…instead of returning your call? Isolation or just not “being present in the moment” can lead to loneliness which has a dramatic impact on a person’s level of energy – the lonelier or less aware the person feels, the less likely that he/she will be motivated into action. Social interaction is important to everyone’s well-being. One could argue that loneliness and being alone is not the same thing. Some people are perfectly content being by themselves. Even so, social media, as well as many other online applications, has reduced the need to meet in person and, with that, the ability to form a meaningful bond with another person. Over the past 25 years, there has been a dramatic decrease in the number of confidants or quality social connections in a person’s life. One survey found that the average number of personal confidants has decreased from three people in 1985 to two in 2004 and only one today. A 2010 AARP survey found that 35% of people older than 45 were chronically lonely, as opposed to 20% of a similar group a decade earlier. Try something novel the next time you want to go online to interact. Pick up the phone or stop by someone’s house or office instead. I am always grateful to have a conversation with someone in person. It gives me the opportunity to express myself in a way that cannot be captured behind a computer. Be social outside of social media. The power of the spoken word is amazing. How have you been successful in balancing your social interactions, whether in person or virtual? Please share below! Theresa Horezga Admissions Coach Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC)

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D. Luke Iorio - iPEC President  |  attitude  |  choice  |  iPEC Coaching  |  judging others  |  life coach  |  on December 10 2014 by ipeccoaching  |  reframing

The Grass Isn’t Greener…But Jealousy Is

I was sitting in a pizzeria the other day. It was later than the usual lunchtime rush, so the crowd had died down. There were eight or nine of us having lunch. I’ve been traveling a lot lately, so I was using the time to catch up on the numerous emails that piled up. As I’m sure you know, they can quickly get unwieldy. So, I’m sitting there, gnoshing on my pizza and typing away on my tablet, when a couple of “business casual” dressed guys came in.

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iPEC Announces Our Regional Coach Centric Leadership™ Engagement Program

Training from Coaching Experts to Develop Engaged and Energized Leaders iPEC’s Exclusive Coach Centric Leadership™ Engagement Program Available for First Time in Limited Regional Engagement SHREWSBURY, NJ – For the first time ever, the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) is offering its exclusive Coach Centric Leadership™ Engagement Program (CCLEP™) in the Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York markets this fall as part of its new regional format debut. Previously, the highly sought after program, which helps build energized and engaged organizations for innovation and growth, was only available to corporations, governments, and law enforcement agencies.

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D Luke Iorio Named President and CEO of iPEC Coaching Leading iPECs Growth Into New Decade

While Luke was with LINC, he enrolled in iPEC's Coach Training Program and met iPEC's founder, Bruce D Schneider. Soon after the initial meeting, Bruce brought Luke on staff to act as a business consultant. That quickly evolved into a full-time position as iPEC's Vice President in charge of marketing, and later operations as well. Luke left his own business and joined iPEC full-time, drawn to coaching and Schneider's work on Energy Leadership.

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Uncategorized  |  ipec News & Articles

Study Validates That People with Higher Energy Accrue a Greater Sense of Life Satisfaction

Study is Based Upon 14 Key Indicators of Success | Press Release 2013

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iPEC’S All-Inclusive Accredited Coach Training Program Expands to London UK

Robust, Interdisciplinary Curriculum, Based on iPEC’s Exclusive Core Energy Coaching™ Process, to Launch in March 2013, Joining 16 City Presence Across the U.S. and Canada SHREWSBURY, NJ – For the first time ever, the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) will offer its Accredited Coach Training Program in London, UK, a global expansion transcending outreach beyond established major metropolitan markets- among them, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and New York. iPEC, creators of the Core Energy Coaching™ Process, the most dynamic and transformational coaching process available anywhere for unlocking human potential, will kick off its signature, three-module training curriculum, March 8-10, 2013.

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The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching Announces New Partnership in Kansas

SHREWSBURY, NJ – The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), provider of the most comprehensive and experiential coach training programs in the world, today announced that its program, Coach Centric Leadership™ for Education Professionals (CCLEP™), is now available exclusively in Kansas through its new partnership with the Educational Services and Staff Development Association of Central Kansas (ESSDACK).

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FORBES - Career Shift: Becoming a Life Coach

Looking for a Career Shift? Become a Certified Coach As you continue to grow as an individual, you may ask yourself a lot of questions. Most commonly, you may ask yourself, is this what I want to do? If I choose a different path, can I make a difference? Becoming a certified coach may be the answer you’re looking for! As a professional coaching training institute, we are able to provide guidance to becoming a certified coach. For more information about our accredited coaching programs, contact us today.

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All Support Systems Go

A Genuine Support Team will Help in the Good Times and the Tough Times Source: iPECCoachingBlog.com

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iPEC Approved for Recertification Credit Hours Via the HR Certification Institute

  SHREWSBURY, N.J. (July 10, 2014) – The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), a top-rated, ICF-accredited Coach Training Program, and innovative provider of leadership development and consulting services, is proud to announce that its comprehensive and highly experiential Coach Training Program has been approved for 64.75 recertification hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI). Human resource professionals who are accredited by the HRCI must recertify every three years, requiring 60 hours of recertification credits of continuing education in order to keep their credentials up–to-date. Previously, iPEC’s first module of its Coach Training Program, Life & Leadership Potentials Training (LPT), was approved for 23 recertification credits by the HRCI. With the addition of Module II and Module III, iPEC’s entire Coach Training Program is now approved, totaling 64.75 recertification hours. By taking iPEC’s full coach training program, professionals can now complete all of their recertification credit hours with one single program, while also becoming a Certified Professional Coach (CPC).

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Luke Iorio - iPEC CEO  |  encouragement  |  iPEC Coaching  |  life coach  |  motivation  |  self-improvement

5 Ways To Go From "Pain" To "Gain"

I find it interesting how frequently living creatures tolerate discomfort and pain. I include myself in this group. Many years ago, I suffered a fairly severe injury to my rotator cuff. It still bothers me to this day.

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D. Luke Iorio - iPEC President  |  encouragement  |  iPEC Coaching  |  life coach  |  motivation  |  on December 3 2014 by ipeccoaching  |  self-improvement

5 Ways To Go From "Pain" To "Gain"

I find it interesting how frequently living creatures tolerate discomfort and pain. I include myself in this group. Many years ago, I suffered a fairly severe injury to my rotator cuff. It still bothers me to this day. Some days I forget about it, some days it’s fairly painful, but the injury lingers. I’ve consulted doctors whose prognoses for surgical improvement span from mildly better range of movement and decrease of pain to good improvement in both areas. I’ve decided to deal with the occasional discomfort of the injury rather than have surgery. Hey, my baseball days are long behind me anyway. I know I’m not alone in this decision. How many times have you had a toothache or tennis elbow and not gone to the doctor until it got to a point where you couldn’t tolerate it any longer? Right. We’ve all been there. Many of us have also been in that situation with our behaviors, too. Perhaps you’ve had a job that was unfulfilling, or had a bad habit you wanted to ditch, or were in a relationship that wasn’t healthy. Often, we remain in these places way longer than we should. We tolerate the pain and trudge along miserably or wait until it becomes unbearable to finally make a change. It doesn’t need to be that way. Get Your Head Out of the Sand One of the first steps to making a change is to stop ignoring the problem. Pretending things will just get better is a sure way to ensure that they won’t. In fact, not only is time being wasted in a painful place, things will probably get worse. Start Small We need to stare our problems in the eye if we’re going to combat them. Major changes don’t occur in one monumental stroke. It takes time. You’re not going to go from a sedentary, out-of-shape routine to running a marathon just because you’ve finally decided to change. But maybe, instead of grabbing fast food for dinner, you make a healthy meal instead. That’s a small step down the path. Get Some Help I guarantee you others have been exactly where you are and made a change. Seek them out. If you’re looking to make a career change, seek out others who have done it. If they aren’t in your immediate social circle, then look for them online. There is a wealth of free resources available that are only a click away. Believe Some of the greatest life changes have been accomplished by average folks who simply committed to making a change and believed, in their core, that they would. You don’t realize how strong you are and how much you can achieve when you refuse to let doubt derail you. Get that negative self-talk out of your head and out of your life. All it does is hold you back. Get Up You’re going to face some obstacles that may trip you up. That’s OK. Get up. Dust yourself off. And, get back on track. You can do this! I’d love to hear about how you decided to make a change and how you did it. Post your success story, so others can learn from YOUR experience. Live on Fire! Luke Iorio, CPC, PCC, ELI-MP President & CEO Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC)

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Luke Iorio - iPEC CEO  |  gratitude  |  iPEC Coaching  |  life coaching  |  motivation  |  on November 26 2014 by ipeccoaching  |  values

A Humbling Thought... Happy Thanksgiving

There are so many things that come to mind when we think of Thanksgiving. Of course, there is turkey and all the trimmings. Since I am of Italian heritage, there has to be pasta. Can’t forget all those delicious pies for dessert. Even after all the feasting, there is always room for those.

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Luke Iorio - iPEC CEO  |  gratitude  |  iPEC Coaching  |  life coaching  |  motivation  |  values

A Humbling Thought...Happy Thanksgiving

There are so many things that come to mind when we think of Thanksgiving. Of course, there is turkey and all the trimmings. Since I am of Italian heritage, there has to be pasta. Can't forget all those delicious pies for dessert. Even after all the feasting, there is always room for those.

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Tambre Leighn, 7th Level Wellbeing  |  finding purpose  |  gratitude  |  iPEC  |  wellbeing  |  wellness coach

5 Principles For Creating A Life Of Wellbeing

I first learned of Helen Keller while watching my babysitter’s high school production of the story. I recall sitting transfixed in the auditorium chair stuffed with old coils that groaned and protested every time I leaned in closer to the unfolding drama. I marveled at Helen’s wildness as she tore about the stage in anger and frustration. And I felt grateful for the patience of Annie, her teacher.

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Tambre Leighn, 7th Level Wellbeing  |  finding purpose  |  gratitude  |  iPEC  |  on November 21 2014 by ipeccoaching  |  wellbeing  |  wellness coach

5 Principles For Creating A Life Of Wellbeing

I first learned of Helen Keller while watching my babysitter’s high school production of the story. I recall sitting transfixed in the auditorium chair stuffed with old coils that groaned and protested every time I leaned in closer to the unfolding drama. I marveled at Helen’s wildness as she tore about the stage in anger and frustration. And I felt grateful for the patience of Annie, her teacher.

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Zack Lemelle - Leadership Engagement Services  |  coaching skills  |  leadership  |  new perspective  |  workforce engagement

The Impact of Workplace Conflict

“Often those that criticize others reveal what he himself lacks.” ― Shannon L. Alder

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Luke Iorio - iPEC CEO  |  attitude  |  coaching skills  |  life coach  |  power of choice  |  reframing

8 Tips To Keep Your Cool

We all run into instances and situations that can cause frustration and, yes, even anger. I'd be lying if there haven't been times when someone cuts me off while driving that I didn't think having a Howitzer mounted on my car would be a handy option car dealers should offer. Rudeness, inconsideration, and selfishness also get under my skin.

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Tambre Leighn, 7th Level Wellbeing  |  health  |  self-improvement  |  stress reduction  |  wellbeing  |  wellness coach

"Stressing" The Nitty Gritty Truth

One of the more complicated chronic health issues plaguing our society today is stress. Even if the tangible indicators of health appear to be in good shape, achieving a true quality of life is simply impossible with stress.

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Tambre Leighn, 7th Level Wellbeing  |  health  |  self-improvement  |  stress reduction  |  wellbeing  |  wellness coach

"Stressing" The Nitty Gritty Truth

One of the more complicated chronic health issues plaguing our society today is stress. Even if the tangible indicators of health appear to be in good shape, achieving a true quality of life is simply impossible with stress.

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Zack Lemelle - Leadership Engagement Services  |  iPEC Coaching  |  leadership  |  mentor  |  motivation  |  workforce engagement

10 Ways To Keep Remote Workers Connected

Telecommuting can be beneficial to both the employee and employer. Employees can work flexible hours, eliminate commuting time and expense, as well as have a professional career while staying home for their children or elderly parents, etc.

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Zack Lemelle - Leadership Engagement Services  |  iPEC Coaching  |  leadership  |  mentor  |  motivation  |  workforce engagement

10 Ways To Keep Remote Workers Connected

Updated March 17, 2020 Telecommuting can be beneficial to both the employee and employer. Employees can work flexible hours, eliminate commuting time and expense, as well as have a professional career while staying home for their children or elderly parents, etc.

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Luke Iorio - iPEC CEO  |  attitude  |  iPEC  |  life coaching  |  motivation  |  self-improvement

7 Weight Loss Tips (For Your Brain)

Ah, the never-ending battle to stay or get in shape. Atkins, low-cal, vegetarian, South Beach, low-fat, and dozens of others all claim to work. Exercise more. Cut out junk food. Weight Watchers. Jenny Craig.

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