"Find something you're passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it." Julia Child "Be so good they can't ignore you." Steve Martin
You finished Module I and Module II or "Coaching for Leaders." You loved it. You got the bug. You want to keep going. You love the face-to-face/close Cohort distinctive of SeattleCoach. You want to become an internationally credentialed coach.
(If this is you, keep reading)
What is Mentor Coaching?
From Patty Burgin: "If you've completed the seven hours of group mentor coaching in Module II, you've already experienced this dynamic personal learning experience designed to build your understanding and use of the ICF Core Competencies. And you've received written feedback from the Professional Certified Coaches (PCCs) on our faculty. In mentor coaching, we connect the dots between your skill development, your coaching presence and style, and the ICF Core Competencies. Mentor coaching is you being coached on your coaching.
A total of ten hours with a PCC or MCC is required for coaches who are ready to earn their international credential. So following the end of Module II, and as you accumulate your 100 hours with coachees, you will need three additional hours of individual mentor coaching.
In addition, your mentor coaches will help you to:
Create, evaluate, and select a good recording to send with your application, and to
Get help in navigating the application process."
Note: Once you've completed ten hours of group and individual mentor coaching, with a PCC or an MCC, you never have to repeat mentor coaching (unless you want to) when you renew your credential (every three years) or when you "up-level. "
If you've already earned your credential and are ready for monthly challenge and support in a Cohort of veteran coaches, check out Supervision Cohorts with Patty: The focus of supervision is on the personal power, presence, and improvisational skills of veteran coaches.
The following SeattleCoach-Approved Mentor Coach Team works to offer us the highest and most current application of the Core Competencies. Each one is a Professional Certified Coach (a "PCC"), and offers both individual and group mentor coaching.
Each one has impressed me with their grit, enthusiasm, hard work, creativity, and integrity. Each one exemplifies The SeattleCoach Rules.
Each one contributes regularly to the growth and encouragement of our SeattleCoach Tribe, helping to plan and lead our Summits, inspiring conversation in the Tribe's monthly happy hours, bringing their wisdom to our social media, helping us to identify pro-bono opportunities, and cooking up creative initiatives we haven't thought of yet.
They meet together quarterly to challenge and support each other.
They give SeattleCoach visibility on their own websites and social media pages, and
FYI, they don't owe me anything except to make us look good.
Click on each link to read more and to find your "fit." You can then contact any of these outstanding mentor coaches directly.