Personal Coaching – Focusing on your ongoing growth and development
Coaching Skills – Focusing on the integration of the 11 ICF coaching competencies
Building a Business – Focusing on the growth and success of your coaching practice
Coaching is a wonderful career! If you’re like most coaches, you are drawn by the opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the lives of your clients as you help them achieve their goals.
However, you can’t become a masterful coach overnight. Successful coaches understand that there is no greater testament to your belief in the power of coaching than working with your own coach.
You can think about mentor coaching as a three legged stool. Each leg is critical to your ultimate success.
I love being a coach and can’t imagine doing anything else with my career. Additionally, I’m dedicated to supporting the growth and credibility of the coaching profession. One of the best ways to ensure your credibility as a coach, as well as the coaching profession, is to achieve certification.
When I first began working with my coach in May of 2008 achieving a certification seemed like a goal that I was several years away from achieving. My goal was to achieve my Associate Certified Coach (ACC) designation by 2010. To my surprise I filed my application in October of 2008 and took my exam the following February. I never would have been able to achieve my certification so quickly without the assistance of my coach.
After achieving my ACC I began to progress towards my Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation. During this time I began to facilitate discussions around the 11 ICF competencies with a group of coaches. This proved to be a very rewarding experience as well as a great way to learn the competencies for myself.
I welcome the opportunity to support your success. Contact me today to schedule a free consultation and begin your journey towards becoming a masterful coach.
Helpful Hint: In order to log mentor coaching hours with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) it is necessary to work with a PCC or MCC level coach
"One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation."