“The International Coach Federation believes that, in order to be effective, continuing professional education should include opportunities for individual practice, reflection and learning with the support of a skilled observer providing feedback. This is the role of the Mentor Coach.”
You’ve perhaps experienced the power of mentor coaching to sharpen your edge ready for your accreditation, and you’d like to continue to receive insightful feedback about your current coaching competencies.
Did you know that you can use mentor coaching as part of the 40 hours of Continuing Coach Education (CCE) you need to accumulate over 3 years to renew your ICF credential? The Advanced Lock-In provides a high impact way of gaining 8 mentor coaching hours towards that. There are additional opportunities for some 1:1 virtual mentor coaching sessions to top up your mentor coaching hours by Clare, following the weekend.
Take a look at this ICF webpage for more information about what you can count as CCEs for renewal.
Join a group of 7 experienced PCCs, all investing in staying sharp AND getting CCEs. You’ll experience:
Mentor coaching is for life (-long learning). Not just for accreditation!
“I learnt so much in the last 48 hours – it is so much more than a coaching skills lock-in; it is a retreat with other like-minded coaching professionals.”
“My coaching has really improved since attending the lock-in.”
“Thank you for a very enjoyable weekend which left me feeling very positive and energised.”
The Advanced Lock-In takes place in Clare’s home in Beaulieu in the heart of the New Forest in Hampshire. Bright and airy, backing onto fields, and within walking distance of the Beaulieu river for reflective contemplation.
2nd – 3rd November 2019
To book or to ask questions, please contact Clare at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 07775 817344.
Advanced Lock-In programme:
Your investment is £490 + VAT per person