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Jenny Wiley, iPEC Director of Community

Jenny Wiley is the hustle and heart behind the team here at iPEC. She’s passionate about play, communication, heart hugs, and energetic connections in her work and with her family. As the Director of Community for iPEC, Jenny holds the space for developing processes and programs, mining and celebrating community feedback, and equipping community members with tools to help them grow and share our mission.

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Special Panel Discussion: The Role of Coaching in DEI

Coaches impact the lives of millions of people and are needed now, more than ever. This is a responsibility we, as a coach training school, do not take lightly. 

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

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Virtual Unity Replays

Ready for more #VirtualUnity?  To celebrate International Coaching Week (May 21 - May 27), we’re bringing back an old favorite: #VirtualUnity. Learn more here. 

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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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