Group Mentor Coaching for ICF Credentialing

by Jennifer Powers ICF certified mentor coach

Credentialing candidates looking to fulfill their ICF ACC, PCC or MCC coaching credential are required to participate in ten hours of mentor coaching prior to submitting their application to the International Coaching Federation (ICF). The ICF requires group mentor coaching to be a minimum of 7 out of 10 hours required, and the group size to be 10 or less.

Mentor coaching with an ICF credentialed coach provides an excellent opportunity to access professional assistance for achieving, developing and demonstrating necessary coaching skills for certification from ICF. Coaches have the option of completing these hours in a group setting or one-on-one format. However, when you opt for the group format you benefit from the richness of other coaches coming together in a group setting and are able to learn from the experiences of your peers. Also, you will participate in multiple coach-the-coach sessions with focused feedback from your mentor coach.

Mentor coaching provides a safe space to make significant tweaks in your practice, take note of your bad habits, and work on how to be in partnership with your clients. You participate in experiential activities and journaling work to deepen your learning and gain competencies as a coach. During your group mentor coaching sessions, your mentor coach will observe you in action and provide you real -time feedback and support.

In the final hours of group mentor coaching, you will have several one-on-one conversations with your mentor coach after the group sessions are finished. During these private sessions you can bring in general questions related to the competencies or ethics or more specific ones related to the clients you are working with. There will be ample opportunities to ask specific questions and concerns as it relates to your forward movement as a coach.

Many coaches believe that they have great coaching skills but that is often not the case as most coaches haven’t had a qualified mentor coach listen to their coaching and provide competency-based professional feedback.

Increase your own coaching capability with Jennifer Powers

All coaches deserve mentor coaches to help them unleash their talent and personal coaching style.

If you are already a practicing coach and want to take your coaching craft to the next level, Master Certified Coach Jennifer Powers can help you with her group mentor coaching at the ACC, PCC and MCC levels, supporting you to earn your credentials. She is an accomplished MCC coach, international keynote speaker and best-selling author. Jennifer will help you identify your own blind spots in coaching and increase your confidence in utilizing the ICF coaching competencies. As a result, you will be able to increase your coach capability in alignment with the demands of the ICF Core Competencies. Visit for further information.

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About Jennifer Powers Advanced   ICF certified mentor coach

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