ICF Core Competency Development . . . Because Coaching Credentials Matter
Developing core competencies as a professional coach is much more than adding a bunch of letters after your name. It’s a great way to advance your coaching career and become a more effective coach for your clients.
Coaches with International Coach Federation (ICF) credentials:
- Get more opportunities for coaching
- Earn higher than average annual incomes (learn more)
- Increase their referrals and client satisfaction
- Meet or exceed client credentialing requirements (especially with corporate and government clients)
- Get to “walk the talk” by engaging in their own personal and professional development
OUR 2016 MENTOR COACHING PROGRAMS HAVE BEEN AWARDED 23.5 hours of Core Competency CCEU’s that can be used toward mentor coaching, and/or toward the 40 CCEU requirement to renew your ICF credential!
MENTOR COACHING FOR ICF CREDENTIAL PREPARATION
I’ve experienced the benefits of being ICF credentialed firsthand and I want to help you accelerate your coaching skills so YOU can become the best coach you can. I’ve been a Master Certified Coach (MCC) since 2004 and an active ICF Assessor since 2005, mainly focused on assessing MCC and Professional Certified Coach (PCC) candidates.
My audacious goal is to support 1,000 new MCC coaches in the world by the end of 2018 (there are currently less than 700 worldwide)!
Coach to the Coaches
As your mentor coach, I help you prepare for your ICF Master Certified Coach (MCC), Professional Certified Coach (PCC), or Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential application, according to ICF requirements.
We do this through one-on-one mentoring/coaching work and guidance from me, and through participation in The Mentor Coaching Group, where you engage in weekly telephone meetings with other coaches seeking credentialing and gain exclusive access to tools and information designed to prepare you for the credential you are seeking.
I am also qualified to provide mentor coaching for the Corporate Coach U Certified Graduate (CCUCG) credential, and the Coach U Certified Graduate (CUCG) credential.
LET’S GET STARTED
LINKS & RESOURCES
ICF approved for 23.5 hours of Core Competency CCEUs! (including 10 hours of mentor coaching)
Don’t go it alone! Join others seeking their ICF credential using conference calls and exclusive access to tools, information, and mentor coaches. → Find out more
ESTABLISHING THE COACHING AGREEMENT PRODUCT BUNDLE
At last! A comprehensive product on this key competency!
HEAR CARLY COACHING
Carly demonstrates and debriefs a coaching session as guest speaker on an ICF chapter call (40 minutes)
MY PHILOSOPHY ON COACHING & CLIENTS
Carly Anderson speaks with internationally-known “coach to the coaches” and author, Michelle Duval (62 minutes)
“I went in to this experience [of The Mentor Coaching Group] knowing I would gain valuable insight on my coaching – that is what I expected.
But, my experience with both Carly and Karen as well as my classmates throughout the sessions had an even more profound impact on my coaching abilities than I had imagined.”
“…The Target Approach does exactly as the name implies; it approaches the daunting list of core competencies in a targeted and logical fashion. In other words, it creates meaning to the words.
Carly brings her deep understanding of coaching to the work and presents the core competencies in a creative and accessible manner.”
“What a gift! Carly and Karen both created a safe, supportive environment for group learning [in The Mentor Coaching Group], with clear feedback that amplified strengths and offered specific ways each participant could grow.
The distinctions you consistently highlight in practice, to shine the light on the “Who” versus the “What” components, were quite impactful. “
“When I came to this mentor coaching group, I wanted to take my coaching to the next level. I knew I was missing something about my establishing the coaching agreement.
Now I am sure I have a proven way of helping the client get his or her best agenda for the session and the overall agreement.”