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About Editor Lovelia

As editor of ICN, Lovelia is responsible for approving articles that iCN subscribers read in our online magazine. She makes sure that everything in the publication is laid out in such a way that readers, subscribers, writers and advertisers are able to express and relate to one another. She also handles design and implement marketing and advertising campaign. Organise and run online product launches and liaising with other team members on a regular basis. Lovelia manages all iCN International journalists worldwide.

Dynamics and Mechanics in NLP Coaching

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Alina Tudorache (Romania) Starting point ‘A vehicle can successfully reach its destination by having a functional characteristic, enough fuel and being driven with clarity, purpose, passion, on the most fit road for its capacity. ‘ Eliciting serves both the NLP coach and the coachee In NLP coaching, the dynamics

Reprogramming Using Reflection Connection

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Gary Gasaway (USA) Much of my practice as a life coach is working and guiding my clients to attain their ‘life goals’. These life goals are really just everyday responsibilities: family and relationships, money and finances, career and business, spiritual and education, health and well-being, and enjoyment and fulfilment.

4 Essentials of Effective Communication

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Anne Bachrach (USA) Learning how to communicate effectively is crucial to the survival of your business; unfortunately, there’s no other way to cut it.  If you approach people too casually, don’t take the time to communicate clear information, or don’t appear cordial, you are risking the success of your

How Coaching Expands and Enhances Leaders’ Capacity

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Maria Biquet (Greece) As a Coach I work with high level Executives and Entrepreneurs in developing their skills, abilities and behaviours to match the complex requirements of their roles. Developing a person is a highly demanding and very revealing process for both the Coach and the Coachee. People that

Responsible Leadership

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How to Give Permission to Treat Employees in a Way that Promotes Natural Human Behaviour Guy Ratcliffe (UK) As leaders we are responsible for making sustainable business decisions that meet the expectations of the shareholders, customers, the environment and our employees. The performance of our business is constantly measured.