Part 1 – Distinctions on coaching session structure for ICF credential success

A coaching conversation is a conversation with a purpose. And the purpose of the conversation is ultimately determined by the client. We as the coach may support the client to define or refine the purpose or outcome of the coaching conversation. Yet the foundation of coaching is always to have a client-driven agenda for the coaching ...

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How to demonstrate more ICF core competencies by having a Coaching Plan

Planning and Goal SettingThere’s an easy way for a coach to demonstrate more competencies in their coaching, which is by having a Coaching Plan for your coaching engagement.

My Definition of a Coaching Plan

A Coaching Plan does not have to be some extensive document. It could be a simple intake questionnaire you ...

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Applying the fundamental coaching model

Alphabet BlocksCoaches I’m mentoring often ask me how to demonstrate the ICF Core Competency of Planning & Goal Setting in a coaching session. Well here’s how, and it’s simple!

When I’m listening to a coaching session as an ICF Assessor for ACC, PCC and MCC credential applications, I notice how often the coach neglects to find out what the ...

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Be attentive to your clients agenda

Big Jump

I think that every coach would agree that we are hired to support our clients to discover and achieve what they want, and find their way to implement their ideas, not our way or our ideas. This empowers our client to be responsible for their discoveries, decisions and actions, and more likely to follow through.

Yet, in practice, ...

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