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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

Patricia Marino on Self-Sabotage

How do you manage self-sabotage? Patricia Marino, an IOC Fellow, digs deep to help you set the path for success.

Resource Spotlight

David Drake, IOC Thought Leader

Facilitate transformative change through your client's stories and narrative coaching.  David Drake shows you how.

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:

The ABCDE of Narrative

 

How important are stories for coaching? Most coaches will no doubt say that the importance of stories for coaching can hardly be overestimated. But, why? And, if they play such a central role in coaching, how can we optimally work with the stories our clients...

Matthias Ehrhardt
April 12, 2017
Tech in Coaching: Time for an Upgrade? Part 2

The HR Tech Market Heats Up
We’ve all sat next to that annoying business traveller who keeps his mobile going no matter what the flight crew say.  What’s got him hooked?  Emails can’t be that interesting.

He might be...

Carol Braddick
March 30, 2017
Self-Sabotage

It wasn’t long ago I experienced first-hand the inertia of self-sabotage. For some time, it had challenged my completion of a publication-ready project. One day, fed up with its evasive and covert shenanigans, I decided to unveil and confront this unconscious enemy. Herein, I describe briefly...

Patricia H. Mar...
March 09, 2017