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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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Resource Spotlight

Gail Greenstein & Carrie Arnold

Drs. Greenstein and Arnold discuss cultural competancey in our Feb 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:

The Moments and Movements of Female Voice and Silence

The silenced female leader is a paradox as leadership implies a sense of voice and efficacy. Leaders need to communicate their purpose and vision to enlist followers. This can hardly be done through silence, yet my research suggests there are many women sitting in executive and senior-leader roles feeling silenced.

Carrie Arnold
February 15, 2018
Power, Privilege and Oppression: An Effective Lens for Executive Coaching

KimberlĂ© Crenshaw developed the framework of intersectionality in 1989 to explore how race, class, gender and other socio-political identities are interwoven, rather than existing as separate, isolated influences on people and their agency in the world. Essentially, we are limited in our thinking and offering tools for change if we analyze and create solutions wrapped up in the advantages or disadvantages of one identity or another.

Gail Greenstein
February 13, 2018
Unconscious Cognitive Biases in the Coaching Practice

How do cognitive biases manifest in our coaching practice from the perspective of the coachee? How do we raise our self-awareness and approach these biases in our coaching conversations?

Carlos Davidovich
January 26, 2018