Pamela Richarde here, Senior VP of Training & Development for Coach U. Some of you may know me and some not, thus let this serve as an introduction.
We are offering a complimentary opportunity to connect and support in clarifying details and requirements for coaching education and professional certification, via the lens of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) standards.
Obtaining your Professional Coaching Credential with the ICF shows potential clients your commitment to the coaching profession and contributes to building your industry-wide credibility. We now know that many individual clients and client companies value certification as a professional standard of quality assurance. As well, holding a professional credential has the potential of contributing to business development and client satisfaction because of the standards that are represented by the work it takes to gain certification.
In this conversation, we will help you navigate through understanding this credentialing process. It’s designed to help you not only understand the ICF’s requirements and next steps to attain their credentials, but also to develop action steps to accelerate forward progress.
- What is necessary to attain your ICF credential?
- What practical steps must you take to move closer to getting your credential?
- What are the differences between ACC, PCC, MCC?
- Is it really necessary to work with a Mentor Coach? What are the requirements and how to best select one?
Join us in one of our scheduled sessions. These are offered as complementary conversations to support you in your journey to excellence in coaching.