choice department descriptions

feedback

Writer(s): Readers – various/open

Description: The “feedback” page includes letters, emails and social media feedback from readers as well as results of readership surveys.

Length: 500 words max

choice thoughts

Writer(s): Garry Schleifer

Description: The Publisher’s “choice thoughts” page reflects our commitment to the profession of coaching. It outlines the direction for choice Magazine and choice as a company, as well as new business initiatives and offerings.

Length:300-400 words

choice thoughts

Writer(s): Janet Lees

Description: The Managing Editor’s “choice thoughts” page provides highlights of the current issue of choice Magazine and outlines what readers can expect from the content within the editorial pages.

Length: 300-400 words

choice books

Writer(s): Kat Knecht

Description: The “choice books” page features a review of a book or books relating to coaching and reflecting the theme of the current issue.

Length:500-650 words

sticky situation

Writer(s): Carol Adrienne, Craig Carr, Victoria Trabosh

Description: Our most popular and widely read department, “sticky situations” presents a specific coaching challenge and asks three expert master coaches to provide their “take” on how to deal with the situation.

Length: 3 responses @ 400-450 words each

coaching tools

Writer(s): Marcy Nelson-Garrison

Description: The latest in tools and products for the coaching profession.

Length: 5 tools @ 100-200 words each

industry news

Writer(s): Various/Open

Description: Our “industry news” department presents the latest news throughout the coaching industry, including highlights of recent coaching conferences, new credentialing initiatives, new training requirements, and the latest news from coaching organizations and associations. Also included here is our calendar of upcoming global coaching events, called “Save These Dates.”

Length: 250-800 words

final say

Writer(s): Various/Open

Description: The “final say” page is the last editorial page in every issue of choice. It usually focuses on “life lessons” and can therefore be somewhat more personal and philosophical than our other columns and departments.

Length: 500-650 words