The Target Approach: Demystifying the ICF Core Competencies – $39 USD or $249 USD including mentoring session with Carly
Have you ever wondered how to take the ICF Core Competencies and easily apply them in your coaching, as they work in real life?
In this 68 minute audio visual presentation, Carly Anderson, MCC and active ICF Assessor, takes the 11 ICF Core Competencies and presents them as a stunningly simple model that will have you instantly grasping which are the core coaching competencies, and which are application and output competencies.
“Carly does a masterful job of turning the list of 11 ICF Core Competencies into an easy to understand process for coaching. I would not hesitate to recommend this to both new and experienced coaches, to give their clients the best possible coaching experience in every session. It is going to become my personal fallback resource to keep me relevant in my coaching.” Doug Gfeller, MCC The Coaching Perspective.
“You have a lovely, quietly powerful way of explaining the competencies and I personally found that while listening to your approach triggers fresh eyes, renewed energy and a new way. So now when mentoring/supervising I recommend to coaches to go to your website, and read your blog articles, etc. So strange that after I became MCC, I’m so reflective, intuitive, and attentive to the core competencies!” MCC Coach
Attention ICF Chapters around the world. We often lead complimentary teleseminars for ICF Chapters on The Target Approach to the ICF Core Competencies, including a coaching demonstration and debrief against the framework. Please contact us to discuss.
Note: The ICF released their Updated Core Competency Model in October 2019. I will be creating a new version of The Target Approach (date yet to be determined), which you will have access to upgrade to. Details of how to do that will be posted in the same place you login in to Vimeo to view The Target Approach. The ICF is not changing any of their assessing criteria for 2020, so the current Target Approach is still valid.
Ten Characteristics of MCC Skill Level
$99 USD or $25 USD options
As a Mentor Coach for MCC credential preparation, I’m constantly in the study of what indicates MCC skill level coaching. As a current ICF MCC Assessor, I’m aware of distinctions that maybe a lot of other coaches are not privy to, and want to offer you some key characteristics of MCC skill level coaching.
The ICF provides distinctions by credential level in a document called ICF Core Competencies Comparison Table. I refer extensively to that document and have pasted wording as evidence of the characteristic I’m describing. This might help coaches to re-order the information provided by the ICF into a different viewpoint.
Whether you are preparing for your MCC credential application, or are currently ACC or PCC, you will find that by embodying these characteristics, you will be serving your client to gain maximum value from your coaching.
Note: The ICF released their Updated Core Competency Model in October 2019. Even so, I do not perceive anything different from what is already known about MCC skill level, just some change in wording and re-organization of the competencies. At some future stage, I will create an updated version of this product to reflect core competency language changes.
Option 1 – Purchase the 22 page PDF document with all of the MCC characteristics outlined.
Option 2 – Includes the 22 page PDF document with all the MCC characteristics outlined, plus two coaching recordings of Carly coaching that you can listen to. Notice how many MCC characteristics are present in each coaching session.
- Do you struggle with how to establish the coaching session focus and agreement without it sounding mechanical?
- Do you know how to establish and stick with the client’s agenda throughout a coaching session?
Your ability to pass an ICF credential exam depends on demonstrating this competency well.
This is an extensive product bundle that includes 60 minutes of audio/visual presentations by Carly, as well as access to listening to three recorded coaching sessions for the way Carly works with the coaching agreement.
Note: The ICF released their Updated Core Competency Model in October 2019. I will be creating a new version of Establishing the Coaching Agreement (date yet to be determined). The ICF is not changing any of their assessing criteria for 2020. I do not perceive anything different from what is already known about this important core competency, just some change in wording and an emphasis on Partnering with the client to define the client desired session agenda for each coaching session.