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Part 1: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Janet Harvey of inviteCHANGE

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FREELAND, WA -- Janet Harvey is a Master Coach and CEO of a businesses with that concept built into its name InviteCHANGE. Janet stresses that leaders have to be open to new ways of leading, asking their teams for more participation and feedback, and becoming the cause of progress.

As the season began, Janet was in Europe at a conference, where the 148 chapters across the world that comprise ICF Global met to exchange their wonderful ideas. ICF, or the International Coach’s Federation is very close to Janet’s heart. She helps train and certify coaches for the organization and has also served as President of ICF Global and President of the ICF Foundation during her many years of coaching. Janet also presented at the conference ab out surpassing plateaus. She was also one of a cadre of coaches drafting a formal UN Agreement to help ignite social progress, increase organizational effectiveness, and generate sustainable excellence. Janet is so grateful to be part of this wide-ranging effort, and to have contributed to the difference coaching has made in more than 400 million lives globally. That is one of the reasons CUTV News is speaking with Janet during its series on Women Making a Difference.

In her series, Janet is going to talk about coaching as a means for igniting social progress. She will also discuss many of the principles of her work, such as Generative Wholeness, The Authentic Self, and Reinventing Leadership. Janet will  explain why coaching principles are increasingly being adopted as best practices, and the 7 dilemmas of leadership. She will also recap terms like sovereign and generative, concepts that Janet spoke about in past shows, and how they make for a better world.

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