The 5 Myths that Keep Leaders from Coaching Their Employees

Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC Training Director for the Healthcare Coaching Institute I teach coaching skills to leaders around the world. In class, they agree that they need to coach their employees more often. Then when I have following group coaching sessions to support their growth, most give the same old excuses for not practicing. Sometimes [...]

By |2018-12-21T10:00:27-04:00December 14th, 2016|Training Leaders to be Coaches|0 Comments

Road Map for Earning an ICF Credential

Our colleague, Svetlana Chumakova, founder and president of the International Academy of Coaching in Moscow, Russia, shared this wonderful chart with me. She graciously offered to share it with the ACTO members. I hope you can find it a useful tool to share with your students. You can meet Svetlana in person at the ACTO [...]

How to Strengthen Market Presence for Your Coach Training School

How can you ensure that your school’s certification programs are reaching and engaging your audience? As you know there are hundreds of certification programs available that coaches can review before making their final selection. Every day, new coaches are considering where to attend coach certification training and they’re faced with a dizzying array of training and [...]

By |2014-08-19T14:33:13-04:00August 19th, 2014|Coach Training|0 Comments

The New ICF System of Evidence-based Coach Assessment

By Micki McMillan, MCC This past week, Blue Mesa Group's CEO and ACTO's President Micki McMillan and 19 other coaches from around the world attended the first Professional Coach Certification assessor training through the International Coach Federation. ICF has launched an improved assessment system which enables assessors to objectively determine the competencies of the coach.  The inaugural assessor [...]

By |2014-07-30T14:22:01-04:00July 30th, 2014|Coach Training|10 Comments