coach mentoring
Coach Mentoring

coach mentor

Coach Mentoring  - Version française

New coaches develop an array of skills and knowledge as they prepare to build a practice. In addition to developing coach-specific training, a new coach seeking ICF credentials is required to receive mentor coaching, in other words, coaching on your coaching skills. 

There are an estimated 20,000 individuals who hold ICF credentials. Are you working toward joining this group of great professionals?


Mentor Coaching and International Coach Federation (ICF) Credentials          

Version française

To apply for a credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF), you must receive a minimum of 10 mentor coaching hours over a minimum 3 month period. ICF guidelines require that at least 3 of the coach mentoring hours be conducted one-to-one while up to 7 hours can be conducted in a group setting (max 10 participants)

Maximize your Learning with 10 Individual Mentor Coaching Sessions

Individual mentoring sessions are scheduled at the pace of the mentee. Your Individual Mentor Coaching calls will provide you with:
• Systematic review of 3 recordings
• Constructive feedback
• Target developmental areas at each call
• Learn to work through coaching barriers
• Avoid bad habits
• Identify learning opportunities
• Review of ICF coaching core competencies
• Review of ICF code of ethics
• Continue to clarify the difference between coaching, counselling and consulting
• Discuss working with challenging clients
• Explore working with strong emotions (Fear, Anger, Confusion)
• Learn new coaching strategies and skills
• Prepare for your credentialing exam

10 Session Package Fee:  $2249.00CDN (taxes included) (click bottom button)

Individual Session: $175 (taxes included)

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Group Mentor Coaching

Forge offers a 5-Session Mentor Coaching Package for groups of up to 8 participants. These monthly group coaching sessions occur virtually with the content focused on ICF Core Competencies. Two packages per year: Sept to Jan and Jan to May. Sessions are 90 minutes in length and include:
• Learn to work through coaching barriers
• Avoid bad habits
• Identify learning opportunities
• Review of ICF coaching core competencies
• Review of ICF code of ethics
• Continue to clarify the difference between coaching, counselling and consulting
• Discuss working with challenging clients
• Explore working with strong emotions (Fear, Anger, Confusion)
• Learn new coaching strategies and skills
• Prepare for your credentialing exam

Fee: $675.00CDN (taxes included)
Minimum 4 to 8 participants per group

Meet all your certification requirements and COMBINE THE GROUP SESSIONS WITH:
3 Individual Mentor Coaching Sessions

Your 3 one-to-one coaching calls will take an in-depth look at your coaching skills including:
• Systematic review of 3 recordings
• Constructive feedback
• Target developmental areas
• Develop your business

Total Fee for Group and Individual: $1650.00CDN (taxes included)


Mentor Coach Manon Dulude Ph.D., PCC, BCC has over 15 years’ experience as a coach and is knowledgeable of the latest trends and requirements for certification. Manon was part of the first cohort of credentialing assessors to be trained on the new ICF Core Competencies markers (2014). Manon holds a Ph.D. in Coaching and Human Development from University of Professional Studies (2012). She coaches senior executives in the public and private sectors. She is also a Registered Psychotherapist with nearly 30 years of working in the field of personal growth and mental health. To begin your mentor coaching, please contact Manon Dulude at info@forgecoachingandconsulting.com or call (905) 877-9393.


 


Introducing the Coaching Continuum

Distress to Success: Introducing the Coaching Continuum TM

Clients initiate coaching for a multitude of reasons such as career change, improved life satisfaction, enhanced work-life balance, wellness, team work and collaboration, and elevated work performance. They recognize that there is a need to act to improve their life, and turn to coaching as a resource. 

It is our experience that some of these clients seek coaching as it is more attractive or palatable than counselling and need to be aware that until emotional distress is resolved, they may not benefit fully from coaching. Empirical coaching research supports this conclusion.

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For confidential discussion, contact Manon Dulude at (905) 873-9393.           
Contact Manon

(905) 873-9393

info@forgecoachingandconsulting.com

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