How Partnering Improves Your Coaching Business

Carly and Doug ICF-OC May 2015On May 14, 2015, I was guest speaker on The Coaching Perspective Radio Show a few hours before I was co-speaker with the fabulous Linda Denton, PCC at the ICF Orange County Chapter meeting on the same topic. I was interviewed by the equally fabulous Doug Gfeller, MCC. Doug is a curious interviewer and masterful coach who knows how to ask the ‘right’ questions. And he’s a lot of fun too!

The concept of Partnering is a very important one to understand and use as a coach, and is a key skill set in the Coaching Presence core competency. We mulled over how to apply the concept of Partnering as a coaching skill, as well as how to apply Partnering to your coaching business. And we explored Partnering in the context of the ICF PCC Markers that both Karen and I have been trained in by the ICF….and which we bring into The Mentor Coaching Groups that we co-lead.

The interview is 47 minutes in length. I hope you enjoy!

Are you preparing for your first or next ICF Credential? Or do you want to “Sharpen the Saw” of your coaching skills?

The next Group Program commences

September 8, 2015 – only 2 places remain!


Carly Anderson and Karen Boskemper offer an awesome mentor coaching group and individual program that has many exclusive offerings for our participants. Both have been trained by the ICF to assess using the new PCC Markers.

One of those offerings is an extensive library of MCC, PCC and ACC coaching sessions for our participants to listen to, evaluate, debrief, and learn from, along with The Target Approach to demystifying the ICF core competencies. These are incredibly valuable learning tools, and will accelerate your understanding of competency distinctions.

Here’s where you’ll find more about The Mentor Coaching Group

Carly and Karen also offer other mentoring options which you can find in the Store