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Coaches For Community

Welcome to the C4C community. Thank you for your interest in the Coaches for Community (C4C) programme.

Main focus for the 2017:

  1. To build up a network of coaches who are both professional and compassionate towards the needs of our community.
  2. To create platforms to acknowledge and recognise C4C coaches through events and social media.


Our "Coaches for Community" (C4C) initiative is to serve the larger community as coaches and in turn engage ICF members by providing them with opportunities to serve the community. We have worked with a variety of non-profit organisations and charities. We aim to partner with the organisations we serve to design a program that meets the needs of their stakeholders that they are serving.

Characteristics and criteria of a C4C Coach:

  • Being open and willing to work with the coachee and the non – profit organisation, respecting their differences and constraints.
  • Be able to commit to the project from start till end, especially those group sessions that are mandatory to attend for project brief/orientation.
  • Being helpful to the coachee and their organisation. Many of the coachees aren’t familiar with the coaching process and framework and thus they may not know what to expect out of this project.
  • Be open to change of schedules. Have an understanding and discussion with the coachee on how to work around such situations where needed. Be creative and understanding.
  • A current member of ICF, with an updated coach profile page and a ready CV for the non – profit organisation to refer to.


Current C4C projects looking for coaches


 

Project Name

 

Number of Coaches Required

 

Description

Halogen Foundation

Halogen Foundation Singapore

6 coaches

About Halogen Foundation Singapore

Founded in 2003, Halogen Foundation Singapore is a values–based, not-for-profit Institution of Public Character (IPC) dedicated to youth leadership and entrepreneurship development. Their dream is to impact as many youths as possible and raise a generation who cares enough to make a difference where they are, and through them, change the world for better. Through our outreach, we also serve the underprivileged community and provide access to quality programmes that will equip the youth with mindsets and skillsets for their futures.

Halogen's Annual Report 2016 can be found here.

Objectives of this coaching project:

The coaching engagement is to provide personal and professional development for the Halogen staff team. We hope to expose the staff team to the coaching model so as to support them in navigating their growth journey. The coaching goals can be personal or work related and the organisation will support the time off needed to for the meet ups.

Please find the project details as follows:

No. of coaches 6
No. of coachees 10
Selection Process
  • ICF C4C will send out project briefs to members asking for applications with their ICF member profile & LinkedIn profile
  • Coach profiles to be shared with Halogen staff in charge of project for shortlisting
  • Shortlisted coaches will be paired to the coaches by Halogen
  • Coaches to attend the briefing and kick off session
Kick Off + Briefing session 11th Sept (Mon), 10am - 12pm. 2 Orchard Link *SCAPE Level 5, Media Hub, Arena
Coaching Sessions 6 x 1 Hour sessions, Sep 2017 – Feb 2018.
Mandatory Dates for Coaches
  • Kick Off session on 11th Sept at Orchard Scape
  • Wrap up session date and timing TBC

To sign up for this project, please sign up here.




Project Name

 

Number of Coaches Required

 

Description

Singapore Association of Mental Health

Singapore Association of Mental Health

10 coaches

About Singapore Association of Mental Health

Singapore Association of Mental Health is a non-profit voluntary welfare organization set up in 1968. Its aim is to provide & promote community healthcare and rehabilitative services for reintegration and rehabilitation of persons with mental illness.

SAMH’s Mission:

  • To improve the lives of persons with mental illness and provide support for their families
  • To promote acceptance and respect for persons with mental illness
  • To improve the mental resilience of our community

Coaching goals:

  • To provide a platform of discussion for employees to optimize work-life balance
  • To provide an opportunity for employees to seek personal improvement & development, besides training.
  • To seek professional advice from an experienced personnel for either personal or career goals

Please find the project details as follows:

No. of coaches 6
No. of coachees 11
Selection Process
  • ICF C4C will send out project briefs to members asking for applications with their ICF member profile & LinkedIn profile
  • Coach profiles to be shared with SAMH staff in charge of project for shortlisting
  • Shortlisted coaches will be paired to the coaches by SAMH
  • Coaches to attend the briefing and kick off session
Kick Off + Briefing session 11th Sept (Mon), 10am - 12pm. 2 Orchard Link *SCAPE Level 5, Media Hub, Arena
Coaching Sessions 6 x 1 Hour sessions, Sep 2017 – Feb 2018
Mandatory Dates for Coaches
  • Kick Off session on 11th Sept at Orchard Scape
  • Wrap up session date and timing TBC

To sign up for this project, please sign up here




Team C4C  
ICF Singapore


Please get in touch with us at c4c@icfsingapore.org or any of our C4C Team to see how you can make a difference today!