Feroce Coaches are often asked to speak on matters related to coaching, best practices and skillful means in times of change, specific topics like small business or parenting, and even public policy. Below is a sampling of our coaches’ media appearances. Journalists, please reach us through our Media Contact page.
Patricia Marx, “The Golden Years,” The New Yorker, October 8, 2012. “You can feel unmoored and bereft when you stop working,” Cameron Powell told me . . . Powell, a former Justice Department lawyer, is now a success coach and founder of two coaching Websites. He continued, ‘The sense of busyness and the frenetic activity disappear, but your compulsions stay with you. The imagined time on the beach, now real, becomes a hell of ennui and you go on a secular search for meaning.”
Executive Coach CJ Liu, who left an executive role at Microsoft to coach, was tapped by The New York Times for an article about the growth of PayPal. Julie Bick, “When PayPal Becomes the Back Office, Too,” Dec. 18, 2005.
Sonia Alleyne, “Change Agent,” Black Enterprise, October 2012. “‘What an executive does in the initial months of a new job will either secure or sabotage her success in that role,’ says [Career Coach] LaVonne Dorsey, executive career coach and human resources practitioner at Feroce Coaching.”
Aldo Svaldi, “Men winning more jobs than women in economic recovery,” August 5, 2012, The Denver Post. “‘A lot of men also are using the recession as a justification for a transformation that they have always been wanting to make anyway,’ said [Career Coach] Cameron Powell, founder of Feroce Coaching. For some, that includes doing what they have always wanted to do instead of chasing the job that provides the most money, he said.”
Athima Chansanchai, “When layoffs hit, look for ways to grow, life coaches say: Focus on the future to deal with change,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Mar. 9, 2009) (quoting Seattle-based Career Coach CJ Liu of Feroce).
Positive Psychology Coach Morris Mann, Ph.D., pens a monthly column on Positive Psychology – “Moving Forward – Lessons in Happiness and Success”. He probably does still use a pen.
Jordan Novet, “Boosting region’s tech sector: Tech Alliance of Central Oregon wants to bolster the local industry,” Bend Bulletin (Feb. 14, 2011) (quoting Startup Coach Cameron Powell; link may require membership).
Lois M. Collins, “Career crossroads,” Deseret News (May 9, 2009) (quoting Career Coach Wanda Ropa).
Toronto Career Coach Bradley Foster authors a monthly career-coaching column called “Ask the Coach” in Job Postings magazine.
Toronto-Based Career Coach Bradley Foster, “Charting the Course Between Coaching and Therapy,” Choice Magazine (Oct., 2007 – reprinted). Coach Bradley has written dozens of articles and book reviews over the past fifteen years.
Toronto-Based Career Coach Bradley Foster was interviewed by Tanner Stransky for his new book Find Your Inner Ugly Betty: 25 Career Lessons for Young Professionals Inspired by TV Shows.
Maggie Malam, “Beyond Self-Help: Reach your potential with a life coach,” 515 Magazine (2009) (quoting Life Coach Wanda Ropa)
Success Coach Wanda Ropa, author of “3 Brains For Success: Find Your Triggers and Get Into Flow“.
Please reach us via our Media Contact page.