Meet three dynamic and passionate
Terrie is an executive and team coach for organizations worldwide. Her business experience, international lens, coaching skills, and unique studies into the intersection of business and spirituality give her a unique vantage point when working with clients to get results without sacrificing well-being.
Terrie has been contributing to the profession of coaching since 1995. She is a former Global Board Member of the ICF, a member of the Credentialing Committee and also teaches executive coaching at the Univ. of Miami, at Newfield Asia in Singapore and at ITS in Europe. She is a contributing author to several books on coaching and will publish her own book, You ARE What You Practice, in September, 2017.
Take a look at Terrie's recent article in Choice Magazine! It will give you an idea of our conversation:
Avoiding the Iceberg
A dedicated explorer, Pamela has an eclectic background, having lived, studied and worked in multiple environments & disciplines. Passionate about expanding into unknown territories her insatiable curiosity has led her to engage in an exploration of culture, community and compassion throughout the world, with a lens in both scientific and spiritual realms.
The last 25 years have found Pamela dedicating her energies to coaching. A pioneer in the field, she is a coach, trainer, mentor and passionate advocate of coaching excellence. She is a past Global President of the ICF, has a BA in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations; a Masters in Acting, a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Shao Lin Kung Fu and is an avid practitioner of Tai Chi Chuan.
A thought leader in the field of leadership coaching, Ian is the man who brought Coaching and NLP together. He is a co-creator of International Teaching Seminar's Coach Approach to Communication program and an experienced Executive Coach and trainer. Ian works globally in behavioral change, entrepreneurship and innovation in a variety of settings.
Ian is an Honorary Fellow of Exeter University Business School where his focus is on entrepreneurship and innovation. He is Dean of Innovation & Learning for the Purposeful Planning Institute in the US and his work is featured in the Open University’s MBA course ‘Creativity, Innovation and Change’. Ian is also External Faculty at Henley Business School and a co-creator of the Henley MSc. in Coaching and Behavioural Change.
Ian’s primary focus and his work with us in the program is on delivering practical ‘how-tos’ to ensure learning, change, innovation and collaboration really happen.