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September 28-29, 2018 | 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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Jeff Hull on the Post-Heroic Leader​

Dr. Jeffrey Hull discusses how coaching supports the path towards a post-heroic perspective.

Resource Spotlight

Carlos Davidovich

IOC Thought Leader Carlos Davidovich supports leaders and executives with NeuroManagement expertise and led our Oct webinar.

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:

Influence Has Nothing To Do With Luck
Part One in our Coaching and Influence Series

When it comes to trying to get people to do what we want, we pay particular attention to how specific people have responded before to our attempts at influencing them at work — how much “luck” we have enjoyed as a result of those successful efforts.

But influence does not rely on luck. If you understand how and why your previous influence attempts succeeded or failed, you are on solid ground in using that past behavior to predict the future. Leaders who are savvy influencers learn from their previous influence experiences with their colleague and incorporate their insights into new influence attempts. These leaders pay particular attention to their colleague’s preferences, characteristics and attributes as they influence them.

Tracy Cocivera
November 20, 2017
From Alpha to Beta and Back: Coaching the Post-Heroic Leader

Do you ever have a boomer coaching client express frustration with an up-and-coming Millennial leader?  Or vice versa, do you ever find yourself coaching a Millennial or Gen-X leader who struggles with the command and control style of his or her boss?  

Jeffrey Hull
September 25, 2017
Meeting the Undead in Toraja: An Unexpected Lesson.

In the coaching and leadership world, where our organizations are global, we try to be culturally competent. But are we? Do we see past ourselves?

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Carol Kauffman
August 14, 2017