ICF Coaching

Coaching according to the highest standard

ICF International Coaching Federation is the largest organization of professionally trained Coaches and the leading voice for the Global Coaching Community.

ICF defines Coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. 

The process of coaching often unlocks previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity and leadership.

Being an ICF Coach means being committed to empower clients providing the  highest standards of professional coaching.

An ICF Coach is higly committed to continous learning and delivers its services according to specific core competences, values and ethical conduct.

How to choose your Coach

Here are some simple things to look for when choosing a Coach, whether for yourself or your team:

Training - Quality coaching training takes years and dedication.
Professional coaching starts with an ICF accredited training school.

Credentials - An accreditation through ICF requires an application process in which the Coach demonstrates both solid training and a commitment to ongoing education.
ICF Certified Coaches are keeping up to date with their skills, and regularly experiencing being a learner.

Self Development - A professional Coach should also have some space for discussion of their work.
Being an ICF member, attending a peer coaching program, having a coaching mentor or supervisor mean that the Coach does a lot of work in order to better partnering  with the Coachee.