This course is intended to help you get clear on the ICF Core Coaching Competencies.
Mastering these competencies are the key to successfully earning your credential from the International Coach Federation.
Coaching skills are tied to these core competencies and this course is intended to help you understand coaching from the ICF perspective.
In addition, Ethical Standards are introduced for participants to understand the expectations of an ICF-credentialed coach.
The course is divided into three sections. Following a brief overview of the ICF Core Competencies in Section One, the Ethics and Standards of a coach are presented in Section Two. Here you will review each of the areas covered by ICF's Standards of Ethical Conduct and complete a brief quiz for each area. You should expect to spend 20-30 minutes with Section Two.
In Section Three we present each of the ICF Core Competencies by way of a short video lecture, followed by a quiz. Each video lecture is 4-6 minutes long and each quiz includes 3-4 questions. You should expect to spend 75-90 minutes on Section Three.
If you have questions about the material, email your instructors at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Your successful completion of this course will prepare you for the ICF's Written and Oral exams which are part of their credentialing process.
The ethical practice of coaching finds foundation on a clear understanding of what coaching is (and is not).
This quiz will test your understanding of key elements related to conflicts of interest that coaches face.
This quiz will test your understanding of key elements related to professional conduct with coaching clients.
This quiz will test your understanding of a few key aspects related to confidentiality and privacy.
This lecture will cover the competency of Establishing the Coaching Agreement.
Chad Hall, MCC, has been coaching leaders since 2002 and currently serves on faculty and as Director of Coaching at Western Seminary in Portland, OR. He has applied coaching first as a denominational leader with the Baptist State Convention of NC and later as an internal coach with business intelligence leader SAS, Inc. His publications include Coaching for Christian Leaders: A Practical Guide (2007, Chalice Press) and Faith Coaching: A Conversational Approach to Helping Others Move Forward in Faith (Coach Approach Ministries, 2009). He has also written frequently for Leadership Journal. He splits his time living in Hickory, NC and Portland, OR.
Bill Copper, PCC, is a respected coach, trainer and leader with experience with corporate, educational, and non-profit religious clients. He currently focuses his talents in helping leaders and organizations through coordinated roles with two organizations. In all of his endeavors Bill seeks to add value by leveraging the power of coaching and innovation for the success of individuals, organizations, stakeholders, and personnel.
Bill is a highly experienced coach and coach trainer, having worked with over 200 coaching clients and over 1,000 coaching workshop participants. He is skilled at coaching leaders as well as teams to identify goals and move toward them with clarity and commitment. Bill is also experienced in developing competency maps and utilizing them to enhance client and team performance and growth.
Bill has a great deal of experience designing, hosting and delivering webinars and other distance training technologies.</p></p>
Brian Miller loves to coach leaders who have passion! Brian is the Strategic Director for Coach Approach Ministries, which is a leading trainer of Christian coaches. If you are looking to clarify your goals, feel more confident in your role, or build teams that own the vision, Brian is ready to help you move forward.
Brian has served on several non-profit boards such as Habitat for Humanity, New Life for Haiti, and Williams Elementary PTO and planted The Crossover Church in Mattoon, IL. He has used his coaching skills to improve his leadership ability and help organizations grow stronger.
Brian has been married more than 20 years to the love of his life Danelle, and they have three wonderful children – Alyssa, Cayden, and Ethan.