Topic: Using ICF Core Competencies to Begin and End Your Coaching Session
ICF has worked hard to create core competencies to make sure that their coaches offer the most effective and rewarding coaching sessions. Learn how to use them to perfectly set up the coaching agreement and to wrap up your coaching session.
1.) Five questions that will set up the coaching agreement.
2.) One trick that will let you know what your rst question should be.
3.) Bonus wrap-up questions that will make your client aware of how valuable coaching is.
CCEU: 1 (core competencies 1)
About the Speaker: Laurie Lawson
LAURIE LAWSON, CEC, PCC is a Career and Transition Coach located in New York City.
Combining her management skills with her coaching experience, she has provided coaching and/or training for the following organizations:
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center – Goddard, MD
iPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching) – US/UK/Canada
International Coach Federation Global (ICF) - Ireland/Canada/Italy
International Coach Federation (ICF) – New York City/Dallas-Fort Worth/Metro DC Fitness Magazine – New York City
Points of You – Israel
Career Gear – New York City
British Broadcasting Company (BBC)
Laurie is a Certified Empowerment Coach from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) from the International Coach Federation (ICF), a Certified EQ Mentor Coach, a Certified DoLquest Expert, a Certified Trainer for Points of You, The Coaching Game, and recently completed the ICF's PCC Markers Training.
She is the Past President of the International Coach Federation of New York City, a Final Exam Assessor/Mentor Coach for iPEC, Executive Producer of The Coaching Game TV Show, Creator/Co-Host of Coach Chat Radio and the international radio show Meaning in Madness.