Are You Looking for an ICF Mentor Coach?
In order to achieve ICF ACC accreditation or renewal of the ACC credential, the ICF requires that you have a minimum of 10 hours of Mentor Coaching, over a period that extends beyond three months, with a Qualified Mentor Coach.
I have been a credentialed ICF coach since 2012 and offer mentor coaching for those working towards these goals. My own experience in working with mentor coaches over the years has not only helped me enhance my skills as a coach, but has been transformational in both work and life. This is what I like to offer my mentees.
My background includes experience in the corporate world, working with small to medium businesses and personal coaching for individuals. I would describe my mentor coaching style as collaborative, encouraging, and constructive. I support you on your personal learning journey to achieve your accreditation goals and discover how to bring out the best coach in yourself.
The ICF definition of mentor coaching includes reflective feedback on your observed coaching skills based on the 11 ICF Core Competencies and the ICF Code of Ethics. We will bring these to life by looking at them through your own personal experience as a coach. We can reflect on things that you are doing well as well as areas for improvement.
- Assessment of your personal development goals during our mentor coach relationship
- Review of recorded sessions you have with real clients specifically assessing your skills against the 11 core competencies
- You may bring coaching case studies to the session for discussion and assessment
- Reference letter verifying your completion of mentor coaching
- Email support between sessions
- You may also choose to coach me within a session followed by a constructive debrief of your coaching skills
I provide a safe, confidential, and supportive environment in which you can explore ways to improve your skills as a coach in line with your own unique style.
If you would like to know more, please contact me.