The Institute For Global Listening and Communication (IGLC) is an international coach training and communication solutions company, anchored by the belief that listening is the single most important component of any conversation. Regardless of the focus – coaching, leadership, couples, parenting, family relationships – IGLC exists to establish listening as the nucleus of all communication. Founded in 1990 by Carol McCall, Ph.D, Dr. McCall is a trailblazer of the coaching industry, having worked with and trained some of coaching’s most celebrated leaders. As the first African-American woman to receive the Master Certified Coach designation from the International Coach Federation, Dr McCall built a world-class coach-training curriculum and business, long before coaching was accepted by mainstream business and culture.
Founder & CEO
Our interactive programs will take you, step by step, through the process of examining your own listening and communication style.
At IGLC, we offer guidance and support towards making a lasting change.
We offer certainty during these uncertain times. Sessions are offered online or via phone.
Set up and implement a practice structure to face challenging communication through mindful listening.
The 2nd element helps you practice “in-the-moment” actions to achieve your goals.
This element will help you discover how you cause daily stress in your personal and professional life.
This element will increase your ability to mindfully listen to any communication, any time under any situation.
This element helps discovering the “words to avoid” that reduce conflict and increase mindful listening.
Pulling It All Together-The Practice Of Becoming A Mindful Listener. Unlock the hidden patterns that sabotage your ability to mindfully listen.
“There are incredible people in this world, and then there are people like Carol McCall who elevate the word incredible to an even higher level.
Carol and I worked together in the coach training business back in the late 1980s and while I was an accountant trying to be like a coach, Carol was a coach from the very beginning and has continued to be so over the years. Carol = Coach. It’s as simple as that. She’s natural, caring, willing, fearless and capable.
Carol is a model of coaching and I love and respect her very much.”
(The late) Thomas J. Leonard
Founder, CoachU and Coachville.com,
The International Coach Federation (ICF)
“Alongside Thomas Leonard, Carol McCall was a pioneer in the coaching profession back in the late ’80s. She was an influential part of my early years in coaching and many of her lessons still serve me today. Carol is a coach’s coach.”
President, CoachU and CoachInc.com
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During your consultation, your coach will answer your questions and create a listening plan.
Your coach will guide you through your orientation session to support you to reach your goals
FREE LISTENING STYLE ANALYSIS REPORT Get to know your own listening style. We’ll do an analysis and even give you a free special 30 - minute coaching session when you complete the listening questionnaire! Rate the following using a scale of 1 to 10: 10 = true ; 5 = somewhat true; 1 = not true 1. I make quick decisions about what others are going to say, I don’t really need to hear the rest of the sentence. 2. I listen to people to get to the “bottom line”. I want them to hurry up! 3. I finish people’s sentences to show that I understand them. 4. I interrupt people’s sentences if I already know what they’re going to say. 5. I make up I am listening while doing several other things; I’m efficient / a “multi-tasker”. 6. The reason I listen is to get something out of the conversation that applies to me. 7. I usually listen to myself when I’m speaking. 8. I’m at ease listening to my hunches and intuition. 9. I worry about what I'm going to say next. 10. I look for other things besides the words in a communication (cadence, voice volume, pauses, eye movements, gesturing). To receive your free listening analysis coaching session , enter your name, e-mail address and contact phone number here. If you were referred to the website, please list who referred you.