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Obtaining your coach certification with the ICF (International Coach Federation) shows potential clients your commitment to the coaching profession and builds your industry-wide credibility. Are you considering getting accredited with the International Coach Federation (ICF) as a professional coach? If so, there are some important upcoming changes for you to note.
"Coaching is unlocking a person's potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them." - Timothy Gallwey
In many companies, innovation is an elusive quality that is either present or not – rather than available as a process that can be trained and managed. Leaders aim for the elusive elixir of ‘team spirit’ when they ask, “How can we manage teams and design an environment that consistently generates innovation?”
"There is a calmness to a life lived in gratitude, a quiet joy." - Ralph H. Blum
Once a year, Erickson hosts its annual coach training Faculty Meeting, a gathering of facilitators from across the globe to discuss Erickson’s future growth, new findings in neuroscience and human development, and the improvement and refinement of our flagship coach training program - The Art & Science of Coaching.
"The human body has limitations. The human spirit is boundless." - Dale Karnazes
In business, asking a great question is like turning on a tap. The ideas flow, we become curious and we start to think on a new level. The question takes us on a search and the search leads us into new territory. We immediately notice when someone asks us a great question