Make a deep commitment to the profession of coaching.
Novalda’s coach mentoring programs support the evolution of your coaching competency, continue your ICF credentialing journey, and demystify the art of team and systems coaching.
Curious about the difference between coach mentoring and coach supervision? Learn more.
ICF Core Competencies Coach Mentoring
Evolve your coaching competency and your ICF credential (ACC and PCC).
3 Month Group Program
You’ve completed your coaching credentials and established your practice, and want to become even more effective in the coaching work that you love. This program connects you with a Mentor Coach, a necessary step in progressing your ICF credentialing journey, while encouraging you to grow in community with other professional coaches. We focus on further development of the Core Competencies, a necessary part of expanding your skillset and capability as a coach. Enrolling in the ICF Core Competencies Coach Mentoring program is a deep commitment to developing a sense of your impact as a coach, bringing more mastery to your coaching partnerships, and taking a stand for the professionalism of coaching.
Master the Art of Team Coaching
Gain an advanced understanding of effective team coaching in this peer group program. Includes 10 mentor coaching hours and 12 resource development CCEs for ICF credentialing and renewal.
3 Month Group Program
Trained team coaches are invited to join Kerry Woodcock and Sherry Matheson, two experienced systems and team coaches with a diverse range of training, background and experience, as they demystify all you need to know about the art of coaching teams and systems.
About the new ICF Team Coaching Competencies
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Novalda’s Kerry Woodcock and Empower the Truth’s Sherry Matheson were among the group of team coaches consulting with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) to develop these competencies. In a recent online session, the two veteran coaches share their take on the competencies, and discuss the implications for the coaching profession.
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