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October 13-14, 2017 | Boston, MA
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The "conference that never ends".
10/13/17 to 10/14/17

This energizing event offered by Harvard Medical School, the Institute of Coaching, and McLean Hospital, features keynotes by thought leaders in coaching and positive psychology, leadership, health and well-being, behavioral psychology, and neuroscience.

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Featured CoachX

Nancy Glynn on Complexity & Agility

How do you lead wisely and effectively in a shifting, complex world?  IOC Fellow Nancy Glynn paves the way in this video.

In Memoriam

Sir John Whitmore, 1937 - 2017

Coaching pioneer and IOC advisor Sir John Whitmore passed away in late April. We honor his life and legacy.

IOC Conference - Oct 13-14

The conference that never ends

"[The presenters] felt like old friends...."
"Where do I begin? It was both pivotal AND exceptional. I felt like a kid on Christmas morning...."

Articles

Your bridge from science to practice -- and coaching excellence -- begins here.

Journals

Five leading journals, hundreds of in-depth topics. For coaches and leaders.

Videos

Forget 'Game of Thrones'. Instead, watch these brilliant thought leaders.

Podcasts

Revealing, deep expertise from IOC Fellows in conversation. Listen in here.

Latest Blog Posts:

Are We Biased? Exploring Biases in Coaching Practice

Coaching practice is an interaction between two individuals, where one is seeking help and the other is providing it. Neither party is free from his/her biases in this process. Let’s take a closer look and get a better understanding of what those biases might be.

The first...

Carlos Davidovich
May 19, 2017
Leading Through Complexity

The world is not getting any simpler. We believe we have created modern environments that are somehow within our control. But the truth is that the markets and operating environments in which we perform are as complex as the natural environments from which our ancestors sprung. Our working...

Nancy Glynn
May 17, 2017
Using Assessments Wisely in Your Coaching Practice

Early in my career, when I first encountered assessments, I was not impressed. This may seem an unlikely confession from someone who now leads an assessment organization but I think it can largely be explained by the type of assessments I was originally exposed to. While I have learned a great...

Tricia Naddaff
May 12, 2017