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Executive Coaches Share Openly and Unselfishly: Dynamic Panel Discussion at ICF Annual Conference 2003

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The second part of the panel event involved six group breakouts sorted by specific topics and facilitated by the six panelists. Topics included:
* Dynamic tension with the training and credentialing issue
* The distinctions of an excellent executive coach
* What is at stake for executives and their organizations who are being coached by people not meeting high standards of excellence
* How excellent executive coaches coach
* Models for organizations dealing with things like confidentiality, coaching in isolation, implementing organizational coaching and how to form a team of executive coaches
* The future of executive coaching

The third and final part of the panel activity was a Q&A session where panelists reassembled and proceeded to respond to questions posed by members of the audience. During this time, attendees were able to garner expert feedback on areas of the executive coaching discipline they deemed most significant.

To fully appreciate the breadth of experience and geographic diversity represented by the distinguished moderator and panel here is brief biography of each of these outstanding executive coaches:

Biographies (2003)

Linda Miller, MCC served as panel moderator. Next year, Linda will celebrate a decade of achievement in executive and organizational coaching. After many years of operating her own business, the Arizona resident joined the senior team with The Ken Blanchard Companies in 2000 where she is responsible for executive coaching along with hiring and deployment of coaches.

William Bergquist, Ph.D. has served as president of The Professional School of Psychology and as a consultant, coach and trainer of consultants and coaches throughout the world. He is the author of 36 books concerned with personal, organizational and societal transitions and serves as co-editor of The International Journal of Coaching in Organizations.

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