Level up your skills
Whether you’re a new coach-in-training seeking to fulfill the requirements for a coaching credential, or you’re an experienced coach wanting to sharpen your skills, mentor coaching is an ideal way to re-engage with the core competencies of coaching and level up your capacity to facilitate effective change through coaching.
High-caliber mentor coaching
I am a member of the ICF Mentor Coach Registry and trained to provide mentor coaching to coaches-in-training. As a member of this registry, I have “made a commitment to provide high-quality Mentor Coaching services to those seeking an ICF Credential. By providing Mentor Coaching that is in alignment with the standards set by the ICF, credential applicants will have the opportunity to practice their coaching, receive feedback, reflect, and further develop their coaching skills.”
I have also completed ICF PCC Marker Training and am authorized to use the PCC markers as a tool to evaluate the performance of students within an accredited coach training program, as part of a larger, multi-assessor approach to assessing individual student growth.
How it works
Mentor coaching typically happens over 10 sessions, 1 hour each, scheduled every 2 or 3 weeks.
Included in mentor coaching packages:
- Pre-coaching reflection
- Foundational assessments / exercises as desired and applicable
- Midway check-in and completion conversation
- Feedback on your recorded coaching sessions
- Other resources as applicable