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New KeyLinks Newsletter

The year 2009 was a year of transition and quiet growth. This newsletter ends that year of silence for KeyLinks! For more than ten years now KeyLinks International Consulting Ltd. has provided services in Australia and Canada. It has been a source of professional pride and personal satisfaction to work with so many fine colleagues in Australia and Canada.

My work has focused on program design and facilitation. My purpose when designing programs is to ensure that managers and participants have a personalized program that is based on their circumstances and responds to their desire to fulfill their vision and mission.

Facilitation is an art form that focuses on the freedom to explore directions, the courage to make decisions and the commitment to carry them out. As well as facilitation I have been involved in public speaking at a wide variety of organizations, etc.

During 2009 I decided to add two services to my offerings. First, I took the Core Alignment course offered by Demers Group. The course was nine months long, intense and produced new knowledge and insight into who we are as individuals – and yes, somewhat like a birthing process! It also culminated in an International Coaching Federations’ credential. Please take a moment and listen to the definition I have included and to read my entry on Coaching here.

The second addition is from Barbara Turner-Vesselago’s Freefall Writing program that I attended. This approach to writing advocates going ‘fear ward’. I have been writing my inner journey on the Camino de Santiago in Spain and prior to publishing want to share episodes from the book. Please check out the first chapter.

I will continue writing on issues and insights as I have done in past newsletters. I look forward to each of you with your comments and questions! It will be an exciting time.

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