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 that distinguish MCC skill level coaching from PCC skill level.
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 – Document outlining all Ten MCC Characteristics in depth
Includes in depth explanation of all Ten MCC Characteristics, in a 22 page PDF downloadable document.
Option 2 -Document plus access to listen to two coaching session recordings!
Includes the PDF document in Option 1, plus access to listen to two coaching recordings of Carly coaching. This will allow you to observe how many MCC characteristics are present in each coaching session.