Thomas J. Leonard (July 31, 1955 - February 11, 2003 in Phoenix, Arizona) is considered a major contributor to the development of personal coaching. In 1992 he founded Coach University, [1 ] and the [2 ] International Coach Federation in 1994. He is the founder concerned with establishment of the many other coaching companies & organizations. [3 ] [4 ]
Notable contributions to coaching [ edit ]
Writing 6 coaching-related books, along with 14 internally published works available exclusively to the coaches at Coach University.
TeleClass.com in 1998. Teleclass.com is a virtual university with over 20,000 students, offering over 100 teleclasses during any given week, delivered via conference call and RealAudio. Writing 28 personal and professional development programs which are used by coaches, training firms, and Fortune 100 companies.
Being featured on over 100 hours of commercially available audio-tape sets demonstrating techniques and processes of coaching.
Developing a popular website called TopTen.org, which contains over 1,000 (needs verification) Top 10 Lists on all subjects. (This is arguably one of the Internet's first article directories.
[5 ] Founding
Coach U, the oldest and largest professional coach training organization. Founding and managing of
CoachVille.com as CEO. Coachville is a network and trainer of coaches a majority in the U.S. Founding the Graduate School of Coaching, a comprehensive coach training school (1000 courses in development), with 1400 students from 35 countries.
International Association of Coaching, a professional coaching association. Publishing Today's Coach, a coaching industry ezine with over 30,000 subscribers.
Personal and professional development tools [ edit ]
A Perfect Life
Certified Critical Eye
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