Marsha Reynolds (Marcia Reynolds) — MCC ICF, PsyD, MA, M.Ed., coach, author of numerous works on the application of new approaches to the use of emotions for improving the quality and standard of living.
Marsha has 20 years of experience working with large companies in various fields of business. She is the President of the “Covision» consulting company. President of the ICF Global 2000.
Marsha has developed and tours worldwide with a program on emotional intelligence. She gives talks as a keynote speaker at international conferences, helping various international organizations to raise their team leaders.
Marsha Reynolds is a partner of the IAC for over 10 years.
Jim Kirkpatrick (Jim Kirkpatrick) — PhD, Vice President VP Global Training and Consulting SMR USA, Inc., Kirkpatrick & Partners, Master of Education, University of Wisconsin.
Jim Kirkpatrick has extensive experience as a consultant on career in management and other areas. Jim specializes in coaching for top management, training, staff development and motivation methods. He has extensive experience in creating programs for establishing and developing of career. Also Jim Kirkpatrick came up with a concept of Balanced Scorecard (BSC). His exclusive course «4 levels of evaluation of corporate training» is based on a unique methodology that describes the levels of evaluation of training results. Its effectiveness has been proven over time — for more than 50 years of its use corporate universities and training centers companies.
John Whitmore — founder of business coaching, developed ways of teamwork in business.
In the early eighties, John Whitmore, along with David Hamer and David Whitaker created «Efficiency Consultants» — a project that specialized in coaching and building teamwork in business.
John has collaborated with highly profitable and stable businesses such as Friends Provident Life and Standard (financial sector), British Airways (Aviation), AstraZeneca and Roche (pharmaceuticals). His clients are also some of the largest retail companies, the leading consulting centers, agencies for public relations. One of the main goals of John Whitmore is to contribute to profound changes in the culture of business development and help companies keep up with the rapid changes in modern society.
John is also an outstanding lecturer an author of numerous articles and books devoted to the management and governance of corporate business. His most significant book about coaching, «Coaching Effectiveness» has been translated into 11 languages and has survived three editions.
Aboodi Shabi, PCC – course facilitator, is a Newfield® certified trainer and its European director. He is often invited as an external teacher for Expertise in coaching at various European schools of coaching.
One of the honored UK trainers and one of the founders of ICF in Great Britain, Abudi Shabi has been a pioneer and leader in the ICF since 1997.
Diana Sterling — ICF certified professional coach, a member of the Northwest Association of Coaches and the National Association of Lecturers, the founder of the Academy of Family Coaching.
Diana is the author and a leading trainer of the «Parent as Coach» (accreditation in ICF — ACSTH); and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dramatic Art.