Brittany and Edward Macdonald – What does coaching mean to you?

This week, we asked the question, What does coaching mean to you?, to CTEDU Graduates and MCCs Brittany and Edward Macdonald.

What does coaching mean to me? Coaching at its most basic is about connection for the sake of growth.”


What does coaching mean to you?




Tomorrow, we’re welcoming back CTEDU Graduates and Master Coaches Brittany and Edward Macdonald to our Resiliency Series with a new, interactive live workshop!

Join CTEDU Graduates and MCCs Edward and Brittany Macdonald as they lead us through the idea of meaning-making.
In this interactive workshop, you’ll:

– Learn the 7 psychological stages of meaning-making – the lens our brains use to make sense of the world around us.
– Explore the impact of meaning-making shifts in coaching and leadership growth.
– Understand the historic context for meaning-making shifts, where you fall in the 7 stages, and how that impacts our world and how you show up.
About Brittany and Edward Macdonald:

Edward Macdonald has been using life coaching to improve millennial professionalism, focus, and interpersonal skills for his entire career. Edward, known as Eddy to his friends and family, firmly believes in the power of the coaching process and knows that there has never been a more important time to utilize the coaching process to build leaders. An enthusiastic and visionary member of the team, he draws from a broad range of experiences, having formally and personally studied a diverse range of coaching modalities. Edward currently holds six coaching certifications from the Applied Neuroscience Institute, The Center for Coaching Excellence, and Coach Training EDU. He holds the industry’s top credential as a Master Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation, and continues to help clients achieve breakthroughs in all areas of life.

Brittany Macdonald’s passion is to help people align their thinking and their actions to move them more effectively towards their goals. Having worked with thousands of young adults, she is most inspired when helping people make the transition from young adult to young professional. Through classroom teaching, speaking engagements, developing course content and programs, one-on-one conversations, and coach training, she thrives on uncovering hidden talents and potential in young professionals. Starting with an undergraduate in social sciences, Brittany has continued her career through several coaching certifications, including her credential as Master Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation. Additionally, she has enjoyed studying a wide range of people-helping disciplines through certifications in Risk Avoidance, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, Leadership, and additional training in Applied Bioethics.

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