John C. Maxwell Group Certifies the First Leadership Team Member in Alaska

Posted on October 31, 2013 

John C. Maxwell Group  Certifies the First Leadership Team Member in Alaska

Terri Babers, Positive Changes Coach, Independent Certified John Maxwell Coach, Trainer, and Speaker

Fairbanks, AK:  Terri Babers, MA, CPC, is the first and only John Maxwell Certified Coach, Teacher and Speaker in the State of Alaska.  As life and leadership coach, she helps clients design a leadership lifestyle that makes the most of who they are in everything they do.  Babers uses Positive Psychology coaching approach, the power of journaling, and the John Maxwell learning systems to help clients identify and make use of positive attributes, strengths and values so that they can be the leaders they are capable of being.

John C. Maxwell, an internationally recognized leadership expert, speaker, coach, and author has sold over 19 million books.  As founder of EQUIP and the John Maxwell Company, he has trained more than 5 million leaders worldwide. He speaks to Fortune 500 companies, international government leaders, spiritual communities, and organizations as diverse as the United States Military Academy at West Point, the National Football League, and the United Nations. 

Terri Babers holds a Masters in Professional Communication from the University of Alaska Fairbanks where she taught public speaking. She trained as a mediator through the Justice Institute of British Columbia and the Alaska State Court System. Her coach training includes the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching, the Via Institute on Character Strengths and the John Maxwell Leadership Team. She has been coaching and training both virtually and on the telephone for nearly a decade, serving people in Alaska and around the country.

http://www.positive-changes-coach.com/  and http://www.johncmaxwellgroup.com/terribabers/

 

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