Here’s Why You Must Seek Mentor Coaching from an ICF Mentor Coachby Jennifer Powers ICF certified mentor coach
Jennifer Powers is an ICF Mentor Coach offering both group and individual mentor coaching to practicing coaches that meet the qualifications and standards of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) at the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) levels. For over a decade, she has mentored and supervised practicing coaches, as well as student coaches.
Jennifer Powers takes pride in her deep-rooted admiration for everything about coaching, and combined with outstanding experience in higher education, is zealous about guiding other coaches to learn better and become more confident and influential professional coaches.
Mentor coaching for sheer skill development
You have completed your coach training with flying colors, served various clients, and embarked on a solitary adventure of introducing your very own coaching service. Brilliant! We appreciate you for your willingness and courage to devote yourself to the profession of serving others’ fundamental challenges. However, working in a void of input, you might find yourself hitting the wall with your skill building – not at all moving forward, and maybe even moving backwards. You may be steeped in certain off-putting habits and patterns in your coaching profession that are apparently holding you back from being the robust and influential metamorphic presence you once dreamt to be for people.
Master Certified Coach Jennifer Powers has been helping coaches focus on their specific approaches and skills that results in effective coaching – understanding how to help clients break through the hurdles that have held them back from breaking through roadblocks, owning their abilities/strengths, honoring their values, connecting with their mind more deeply, aiming for greater responsibilities for their choices, and making viable progress in accomplishing their heartfelt objectives.
Mentor coaching for International Coaching Federation (ICF) credentialing
You might have successfully completed your coach training that meets the ICF criteria for coach-specific training, but now it’s time for mentor coaching. Jennifer Powers specializes in providing 10-hour group mentor coaching courses for those looking to attain or renew their ICF credential.
Now, many might question the benefits of ICF Credentialing. Here’s your answer –
· Higher level of credibility and professionalism
· Access to opportunities that require certification
· Higher reported income
· Access to research studies and materials from the ICF
· Coach community inclusion and supportJennifer Powers has been mentor coaching practicing and student coaches for years. She is among the best mentor coaches in the world. To consult with Jennifer Powers, contact her
Created on Nov 25th 2021 14:34. Viewed 181 times.