The Importance of Mentor Coaching
You will be asked to submit a 20-24 minute pre-recorded coaching session for my review.
(Please be sure to have the permission of the client before the recording session.)
Feedback is provided regarding your coaching skills based on the I.C.F. coaching competencies.
03. STRATEGY SESSION
We will have a 30-minute session to discuss the feedback and recommendations on how to strengthen the overall coaching session.
04. 1:1 MENTORING
A minimum of 3 of the 10 mentoring hours must be one-on-one coaching with a credentialed mentor.
According to the I.C.F...
According to the ICF, Mentor Coaching means: “a credential applicant being coached on their coaching skills rather than coaching on practice building, life balance, or other topics unrelated to the development of an applicant’s coaching skill.”
With that said...
I am a Certified Mentor Coach through InviteCHANGE. There is definitely a difference between those who have gone through the process of learning and developing in their competencies and understanding of BEING a Mentor Coach than those who have not.
So, before you choose a Mentor Coach, do your due diligence to find out their experience in providing the support for your development and growth as a coach.
Regardless of the coach training you took, the Mentor Coaching process focuses on your development with the I.C.F. core competencies.
Investment: $175/ Session Review
“Sheeba’s mentor coaching course came at the perfect time for me. I had been out of certification class for over a year, and though I continued reviewing the material and using it with clients since then, I was really ready to up my coaching game. I was finally grasping the concepts we went over in certification class and I was looking for some guided practice to test this new awareness. When I Initially started the mentor coaching course, I was concerned about coaching “correctly”, following all the rules of I had learned and proving I had progressed since certification.
I learned immediately that Sheeba’s course was a safe place for me to step outside of my comfort zone and try new things. It allowed me to “fail” (for lack of a better word) if I needed to so I could learn how to improve. In the course, there is no right or wrong, just growing. I could let go of what I thought I needed to do as a coach and relax into how I wanted to be as a coach. Following the course, my confidence in my coaching jumped and I was able to deepen my coaching with clients because I was able to focus more on the client’s issues, rather than my own as a coach. Personally, I take dealing with people’s feelings and emotions seriously, it’s not something I want to play around with. Now I’m able to set up coaching appointments with confidence knowing the client is in good hands with my coaching abilities.”
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