Many people ask, “How can I get my boss to pay for iPEC’s Coach Training Program?” It’s a great question. A recent global survey of coaching clients by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Association Resource Center concluded that the mean ROI for companies investing in coaching was 7 times the[...]Read More
The thought of making a big change or shift in our lives can be downright scary. For some, it can come along with a paralyzing, all-consuming anxiety or fear that our investment of time, energy, and money won’t pay off—or even worse, that our hopes and dreams for a happy outcome won’t[...]Read More
We often make the mistake of thinking reality is something that’s black-and-white, a universal fact. But reality isn’t the same as undisputed truth. If you asked three different people to describe the same event, they would tell three different stories.Read More
Last week, a current student expressed what it’s REALLY like to attend iPEC.
We asked for her permission and she wholeheartedly encouraged us to share her Facebook post hoping it would be inspirational to anyone thinking of taking the leap.Read More
Workers today are experiencing more stress, anxiety, and frustration with their careers than ever before. Many feel unfulfilled by their day job, restlessly unproductive, and emotionally unattached to their employer and coworkers. Unfortunately, the imbalance they feel in the workplace spills[...]Read More
I wasn't always the Admissions Director at iPEC. A few years ago, I was downsized, scared, and wondering where my next pay check was going to come from. Every week, I'd complete my unemployment paperwork and wonder what my next step would be. I spent a lot of time researching, and finally[...]Read More
It’s All Opportunity
Far more than just a career opportunity, coaching is a ‘gateway to options’ that will expand your view of the world and how others experience it too.
Have you ever been fascinated – or perplexed – by the startling difference in how two people can view the exact same[...]Read More
Many people don’t believe in the adage, “Do what you love and the money will follow,” and, consequently, they spend years in unfulfilling jobs.
They know, deep inside, that there is more to life (and to work) than what they’re currently doing, but they don’t believe that they can actually make a[...]Read More