Dare to BE - Mentor Coaching for Coaches
Dare to BE - Mentor Coaching for Coaches
For Coaches Applying for ACC and PCC
Who is the Coach You Are NOT Daring Yourself to BE?
Who is the Coach You Are NOT Being Right Now?
If you are a:
- Coach in training who would like to get better with your coaching skills
- Coach who is lacking confidence before your oral exam / submitting your coaching recordings to the International Coach Federation
- Coach Pursuing ACC or PCC ICF Credentials
- Coach who would like to renew your ACC or PCC ICF credentials and deepen your learning about ICF Core competencies, Code of Ethics and Coaching skills
This is an individual mentor coach program, consists of 10 hours 1X1 coaching package, Click here to schedule your call with Noa.
Per the ICF Guidelines, the minimum length of a mentor coaching engagement with a coach must be at least 3 months.
To learn more about what you should expect from your mentor coach following the ICF Guidelines click here: Mentor Coaching Duties and Competencies.
Here is a new webinar that ICF hosted that can help you navigate all your questions around ICF credentials Click Here to see the 1-hour webinar.
No matter if you are a new or an experienced coach what you want is to feel that you are serving your clients at your best. If you have noticed that:
- You are working too hard to be a good coach
- You are stressed before your sessions not knowing what you will discuss
- You are struggling to NOT give your clients consulting tips
- You are pushing your clients too fast into solutions
- You are not sure what should be your next question
- You struggle to show up as a professional coach with your clients. Sometimes, you will even feel like an imposter
- There is no room for mistakes and it sucks your energy
If you are an experienced coach
- You might feel that you don’t see enough growth in your coaching skills
- You would like to have an open conversation with a mentor that can share ideas about your current coaching challenges with clients and coaching skills
- You want to add on to your coaching skills.
CKA - THE COACHING KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT
- Need better understanding of the core competencies
- Not sure where to start with the Code of Ethics
- Need direction, guidance, and understanding about the CKA
As part of holding PCC credentials, Noa took the CKA. She understands the process and will share some great tips that will make the CKA prep less scary or confusing and you will feel more relaxed when you take the exam.
APPLICATION TO ICF CREDENTIALS
- Do you find the application process confusing?
- Do you feel lost and not sure where to start?
- Do you feel it is too complicated?
As the past president of the ICF Raleigh Area Chapter, I have coaches calling me every day with a different need to help them with understanding the application process. I will make sure the application process is not stressful or confusing, it won't even look that hard.
WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?
100% SUCCESS RATE - ALL MY COACH-CLIENTS PASSED THEIR ORAL AND WRITTEN EXAMS
GET CLARITY OF THE 11 ICF COACHING CORE COMPETENCIES AND HOW TO APPROACH THE CKA
GET FEEDBACK ON YOUR COACHING SKILLS
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH - YOU FEEL RESOURCEFUL AS A COACH.
INSPIRED - TO TRY NEW SKILLS AS A COACH WITH YOUR CLIENTS.
CONFIDENCE - UNDERSTANDING WHAT WAS PREVENTING YOU FROM APPLYING SOME COACHING SKILLS WILL ALLOW YOU TO SHOW UP AS THE COACH YOU WANTED TO BE WITH YOUR CLIENTS
- Identify how you want to be as a coach with your clients.
- Tap into the mindset that will allow you to feel resourceful as a coach.
- We will review and engage the ICF Core Competencies and Code of Ethics as part of the coaching session that will make it easier for you to understand
- We will practice coaching and you will receive and give yourself and me a feedback about our coaching skills that are aligned with the ICF core competencies
The feedback and conversation will teach you how to be more mindful to your coaching skills and core competencies
- Identify limiting thoughts that are holding you back from being who you want to be as a coach.
- Identify the areas that allow you to be more comfortable with the uncomfortable and challenge yourself by trying new skills and tools as a coach (especially with experienced coaches).
- Learn and understand how to apply ICF core competencies and code of ethics into your coaching sessions and beyond.
Bonus - I will share with you resources and tips to support you in your preparation to take the CKA (Coach Knowledge Assessment)
The ICF defines Mentor Coaching as providing professional assistance in achieving and demonstrating the levels of coaching competency demanded by the desired credential level sought by a coach‐applicant (mentee).
As a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), board member of the ICF Raleigh Chapter since 2014, and the Raleigh Chapter President since September 2015, my promise to you, is to align my feedback as a mentor coach to the guidelines of the International Coach Federation.
THE PROGRAM BY SESSIONS:
The Program is aligned with the 11 core competencies:
- Establishing the coaching agreement - what are the main skills and resources that the coach would like to work on and focus on our conversation during our sessions. How can I support the coach to be at their best?
- Establishing the coaching agreement- how does the coach pay attention to the coaching agreement, questions about yes/no to engage consulting, questions about referring to therapy - how do we know? questions about ICF code of ethics.
- Co-creating the Relationship - how to stay present with my client and create trust?
- Co-creating the Relationship - the coach will bring case study from their work with a client, the coach will coach me and receive feedback on their coaching skills.
- Deepening the learning - how to stay with the questions, with curiosity, what are some red flags coach needs to pay attention to.
- Deepening the learning - mentor coaching around case study with a client - play with curiosity
- Deepening the learning - mentor coaching around case study with a client - play with intuition
- Facilitating Learning and Results - how can we create awareness when we work with clients - how and what am I not noticing about the way I show up and what I think when I coach my clients.
- Facilitating Learning and Results - coach will bring case study from their work with clients
- Planning and Goal Setting - What's next for me? What's possible? How can I keep improving my coaching skills? Where is my focus as a coach? Who is the coach I see right now?