Elevate Your Coaching Skills and Achieve ICF Credentialing with Personalized Mentor Coaching
Embark on a transformative journey as you develop and refine your coaching skills with our personalized mentor coaching program. Designed for aspiring and experienced coaches alike, our mentor coaching sessions align with the International Coach Federation (ICF) standards, ensuring your professional growth and success in obtaining ICF credentials.
What is Mentor Coaching?
Mentor coaching involves an experienced, ICF-credentialed coach working closely with you to enhance your coaching skills, deepen your understanding of the ICF Core Competencies, and provide valuable feedback on your coaching practice. As part of the ICF credentialing process, mentor coaching is a requirement for obtaining credentials such as the Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Professional Certified Coach (PCC), and Master Certified Coach (MCC).
Our Mentor Coaching Program Offers:
- Personalized one-on-one coaching sessions tailored to your unique needs and goals
- Expert guidance and insights from an experienced, ICF-credentialed mentor coach
- Support in aligning your coaching practice with the ICF Core Competencies and Code of Ethics
- Preparation for the ICF Coach Knowledge Assessment (CKA), if needed
- Encouragement and constructive feedback to boost your confidence and effectiveness as a coach
Why Choose Our Mentor Coaching Program?
- Experience: Our mentor coaches possess extensive experience and hold ICF credentials, ensuring you receive the highest quality guidance and support.
- Customization: We recognize that each coach’s journey is unique, and our mentor coaching sessions are tailored to address your specific goals and challenges.
- Commitment: We are dedicated to your professional growth and will work closely with you to enhance your coaching skills and achieve your desired ICF credential.
- Community: By joining our mentor coaching program, you will become part of a supportive community of coaches who share your passion for helping others and fostering personal growth.
Ready to Begin Your Mentor Coaching Journey? Take the first step towards unlocking your full potential as a professional coach. Contact us today to learn more about our mentor coaching program and how we can support you in achieving ICF credentialing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who needs mentor coaching?
Mentor coaching is often used by individuals working towards their ACC, PCC, or MCC certifications through the International Coach Federation (ICF). It can also be beneficial for any coach looking to improve their skills, increase their effectiveness, and build their coaching business.
How many hours of mentor coaching are required for ICF certifications?
For ACC and PCC, 10 hours of mentor coaching over a minimum of three months are required. For MCC, an additional 10 hours of mentor coaching beyond those required for the PCC is needed.
Who can be a mentor coach?
The mentor coach should be someone who holds a credential level equal to or higher than the one you’re aiming for. They should be familiar with the ICF Core Competencies, Code of Ethics, and the PCC Markers to provide effective mentoring.
What can I expect from mentor coaching?
Mentor coaching usually involves observing your coaching practice, providing feedback, reflecting on your practice, and discussing ways to improve. It can also involve assistance with understanding and adhering to the ICF’s ethical guidelines and core competencies.
How long does mentor coaching take?
The length of a mentor coaching relationship can vary based on your individual needs and the requirements of the certification you are seeking. The ICF requires that mentor coaching for certification purposes be completed over a minimum period of three months.
What is the difference between mentor coaching and supervision?
While both mentor coaching and supervision involve a more experienced professional providing guidance, they serve different purposes. Mentor coaching typically focuses on developing a coach’s skills within a coaching context, aligning with ICF competencies and ethics. Supervision, on the other hand, can also address other professional issues such as managing workload, dealing with ethical dilemmas, and personal development.
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