Working with a mentor coach takes one part courage and two parts commitment. When you are ready to make the investment in notching up your confidence, sharpening your edges, or improving on the art and science of your coaching skills, hire a mentor coach.
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As an ICF Assessor, I observe coaching conversations by applicants applying for their ACC, PCC, or MCC accreditations. What assessors and coaching skills trainers have learned in the last twenty years since the core competencies were designed is this: There are key elements for success and effectiveness that will transform the quality of your coaching […]
For purposes of credentialing, the International Coach Federation (ICF) defines mentor coaching as: “an applicant is being coached on his/her Coaching Skills.” As a distinction then, a coach focusing on practice building would look for the services of a business coach. Working with a mentor coach, then, when does it matter?
Over the past 10 years, coaching has become one of the leading people development tools in the corporate world. While some executives find it a valued “perk” to have a coach, there is a growing body of organizations that find it imperative to provide their executives and key management staff with coaches.