What would be your reason to gain an ICF Coaching Credential?
For credibility, understanding of a proven framework/methodology and grow as a coach.
Potential clients can have confidence that I've accomplished education and practice to be a certified coach.
To be competent to help clients and to be trusted within the counseling center I work for.
It is clear that ICF certification will help my coaching practice going forward.
To ensure that I can provide my coaching clients with quality coaching services according to the acceptable standard.
I want to exemplify the best that coaching has to offer.
I want to ensure that my work as a professional coach is reviewed, vetted and appropriate for the standards of the profession.
I want my clients to know that I bring specific expertise to supporting them in their self-exploration and goal achievement.
Leverage my coaching credential to launch my own coaching and consulting business.
Some of the changes I am introducing are met with various degrees of resistance, especially from some Vice Presidents, I need to be less direct and more open to their needs. All in all, a coaching approach would lead to a new win-win situation.
Broaden my understanding of coaching, gain valuable tools and resources for coaching, gain a recognized credential to further validate my standing with clients.
Credibility, greater confidence in myself as a trained and certified professional.
A recognized certification that embodies a set of values, competencies and behaviours to validate the practice of coaching within the ICF framework.
Provides the credibility clients are looking for.
I want to be positioned as a credible, professional coach...not a fly by night whanna-bes.
I want to apply my background in leadership and leadership development to a professional career to help develop better leaders.
To start a part time coaching business and show my commitment to the profession.
Offer reassurance to my clients that I have achieved a standard of education and experience, meeting criteria to confirm my understanding of the core competencies.
Provide confidence to my clients that I uphold a high level of ethics and principals to deliver a confidential, trusted, respectful and safe experience to my clients.
Because that way I will be confident that I'm qualified and capable to give the best coaching experience that I can.
Continue to grow in my career and continue to develop my coaching skills and experience.
Looking to learn and grow in my abilities as a coach.
An ICF credential as one step in my path towards mastery.
Reap the benefits of credibility and visibility to prospective clients.
I want to be the best coach that I can be.
Give me legitimacy when offering my services to clients and employers who hire coaches.
Professional development that has broad applicability to my current and potentially future roles.
To become more aware of the skills needed to be a great coach.
I have professional experience in both leadership and mentorship; however, coaching is a different skillset.
Earning a credential is key to establishing foundational skills and then practicing them to be prepared to help clients.