Wynne W. Miller, Principal of the Miller Group, will receive the highest honor of her peers when she is inducted into the International Coach Federation (ICF) New England Chapter’s Hall of Fame, Monday night, June 16 at the Chapter’s awards ceremony at the Doubletree Hotel, Westborough, MA
The Master of Ceremonies will be legendary Boston radio personality from WBZ, Jordan Rich. The Jordan Rich Show is heard in 38 states and Canada on the AM dial and world-wide on the Internet.
ICF-NE created the ICF-NE Hall of Fame as a way to honor the personal and business coaches who have demonstrated their exemplary coaching skills as well as served as an ambassador to the coaching community, industry and world. These select few serve as models for ICF-NE membership and the coaching community. Miller will be the only coach inducted into the 2014 Hall of Fame.
The ICF is a nonprofit, and the leading global organization dedicated to advancing the coaching profession (personal and business coaching). ICF-NE is the largest ICF chapter in the world. The criteria for selection to the Hall of Fame included: credentialed as a Master Certified Coach; contributed to the local and national ICF chapters-Miller was on the ICF New England Board of directors and several committees; made significant contributions and impacted the community efforts to promote coaching to the business community.She is an accomplished speaker, writer, facilitator and senior assessor for ICF Global, accrediting coach training institutions and credentialing coaches.
Wynne was among the ICF-NE coaches serving at this year’s Massachusetts Conference for Women, and volunteered as a leadership coach at the 2014 Simmons Leadership conference. She was honored by the YWCA as a woman in achievement in Business and Industry, and is featured in the book Who We Could Be at Work by Margaret Lulic.
"This high honor has been awarded to peers whom I’ve admired greatly, and I’m deeply touched to now be among those inducted into theICFNew England Hall of Fame,” said Miller. "There is a common denominator in my work: encouraging people to maximize the power of their leadership style by staying true to themselves; for my coaching clients, this means stretching into new beliefs and approaches and practicing new skills. What they uncover is their leadership signature. Every client comes to this moment with a rich past and a future awaiting their impact: their job is to trust themselves. My job is to help them trust themselves. Client and coach: this is a sacred pact we have. When they work with me, they become the kind of leader they have always wanted to be.”
Wynne herself has a rich history in career development, co-founding the nationally-recognized organization, Continuum, in the ‘70s to help women enter or re-enter the workforce. Next, she facilitated workshops in the human potential field in the UK and US before establishing The Miller Group, providing leadership and executive coaching to Fortune 500 companies in North America and Europe. She is often a learning partner and guide for high potential leaders advancing to the next level
When Wynne is not coaching, singing gospel or dancing, she canoften be found in Phoenix or Seattle, enjoying her two sons, their wives, and her three grandchildren.