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This discussion will be around client referrals for any and all additional professional services your clients might need with a major focus on clarity around psychological referral.
ICF is preparing to do another update to their Code of Ethics soon and the odds are good there will be a more in-depth focus on the use of social medial in an ethical manner.
This free ethics call will be an open discussion around conflicts of interest in coaching and some of the significant additions to the ICF Code of Ethics in 2019 and why ICF has made them.
With the rapid advances in technology, the evolution of the “gig economy,” and the seismic shifts occurring post-pandemic, the job search processes—technical and emotional—is more overwhelming than ever. Find out how coaching benefits job—shifters and -seekers and how much...
In this training, faculty member Michelle McEllis will pull back the digital curtain and show you how you can use Canva to brand, grow and polish your brand and your business.
Learn the 12 most important business systems to implement into your coaching business
Branding is the golden thread of your business that connects your presence, your mission and your vision into a message that connects with your ideal client. Your brand impacts how people...
Podcasting is a powerful way for coaches to get their voice and their message out to the world. Not only do you gain visibility and authority, but podcasting is a great way to drive traffic to your website, grow your email list and ultimately increase revenue!
When revisions and additions to the ICF’s Code of Ethics are made, there’s typically a reason for them.
Mindset is the cornerstone of coaching. Understanding how clients see themselves, the barriers in front of them and power within them, will......
... ramp up quickly and bring your clients online
Join us for a discussion with ILCT Faculty Member Peter Metzner
This will be an open discussion and may include topics such as...
Suddenly, our world has shifted and life has changed...
When revisions and additions to the ICF code of ethics are made, there’s typically a reason for them....
4 Areas of Ethical Awareness to Fine Tune
Executive coaching has numerous areas to be aware of due to the dynamics of working inside organizations. We are engaging not only with our coachee, but also with sponsors, stakeholders, managers and possibly others.
A multitude of people in the United States and the World consider themselves to be Christians but do not know how to live the purpose God has for them. In recent polls, 70% of the US population calls themselves Christians but do not live a fulfilled life based on their unique calling. If everyone lived...
Ethical blind spots can lead you into unethical behavior before you are aware...
Every client you work with is in the process of making one or more changes in their personal and professional lives. They may be navigating significant transitions that happened to them or they may be choosing to enhance their life in some way. Change has the potential to completely transform our clients' lives. As a transition coach you have the opportunity to support them in making the most of this time of change.
Presence is the heart of coaching!
Without understanding presence, coaching is merely a technique that lacks inspiration...
It’s a common practice for some coaches to meet clients, potential clients and sponsors at coffee shops. So how do you have these meetings and assure confidentiality?
Do you find yourself on the thin line of wanting to be direct without crossing the line into being too directive where you may lose clients, customers, direct reports (and fail your coaching exam)?
Join us for this exciting three-call series by marketing expert Terry Pappy.
Staying Out of Ethical Hot Water for Coaches looks at “gray areas” of coaching ethics. This means, you may not find specific ICF ethics code for these gray areas, however a lack of awareness in these gray areas can lead to a breach of black and white ethics code.
This is the second call in our three-call series, Calm the Overwhelm: Building the Right Mindset For a Winning Coaching Practice.
This is the first call in our three-call series, Calm the Overwhelm: Building the Right Mindset For a Winning Coaching Practice.
Join ILCT faculty member, Jeanne Erikson, to learn about this exciting new course, which pulls back the veil on the “art” of coaching. Coaches will learn how to match the many coaching strategies they may have learned with each specific client's needs.
Are you preparing to take the PCC or ACC Exam? Took coaching courses a while ago and feel a bit rusty? Renewing your ICF credential? Want to continue to enhance your mastery of coaching skills?
Part 3 of 3
In this final call, we'll talk about how you can use your existing network to grow your coaching business.
Part 2 of 3
Develop a profile of your ideal client. This conversation will provide insight into the creative exploration of not only who you want to serve, but what their biggest pain points are and what their world is like.
Part 1 of 3
Reverse engineer your marketing and lead generation by discovering why you do the work you do.
A lot of students have questions when it comes to turning their coaching passions into actual practices and we’d like to help.
ACC. BCC. CLC. PCC. What is the credential for you? And do you really need to be credentialed?
Wellness isn't just a buzzword, it is a way of life for many people...
Best Practices for Coaches
We will discuss the aspects of phone technology and what coaches need to know to provide secure and confidential services to their clients.
There is a lot being said on the internet about the results attained from working with a coach—and not exactly in an ethical manner.
Learn the 7 "musts" to unlocking the power of social media.
Confidentiality is a crucial component of any coaching relationship, and now more than ever, so is the use of technology.
Did you know that you can gain corporate coaching experience while learning at ILCT? Due to the nature of this exclusive training, it is offered to a limited number of students... don't miss your opportunity to learn more!
Do you find it difficult and challenging to coach within communities of color? That sometimes your credentials aren't getting you into the places where you would like to *really* make a difference?
Join ILCT faculty member, Tina Elliot, to discuss important policies, terms and conditions for your coaching agreement.
Most new coaches dread the idea of having to sell themselves in order to get clients, let alone "networking" in order to meet them.
Ways to uncover your authentic self at Work, Home, in Relationships and Life
Interested in watching a master coach at work?
Jim Strohecker, CEO of WellPeople, provides a look at the history of the modern wellness movement, wellness coaching, and the Wellness Inventory—a widely used assessment tool based on the work of Dr. Travis.
I know it sounds fishy - but I did it and I'd like to show you how.
After this call, you'll be ready to use social media to your advantage!
What is Mastery in Coaching?
The aim of Cognitive Behavioural Coaching or CBC as it is known, is to develop ways of thinking and associated behaviours that are more productive and likely to assist an individual reach their desired goals in life.
Creating your first coaching program can seem daunting IF...
Join Pat Williams and Christa Colletti to hear about innovative ways of offering coaching to youths. The “Road to Success” youth program has been in operation since September 2012 with great success.
Join Dr. Lauree Moss and Ellen Neiley Ritter to learn more about somatic coaching and ILCT's Wellness Coaching certification program.
Join ILCT faculty member Tina Elliot to discuss this important issue.
Are you planning to pursue the Board Certified Coach credential? Are you already a Board Certified Coach?
Learn state of the art creative communication tools for personal and professional work!
Have you thought about the potential for life enrichment for seniors via coaching?
Growth often occurs as a result of shifting one’s perspectives and therefore, is an important tool in the coaches’ toolbox.
In this call you will discover fun and engaging ways to begin work with a new executive or business owner.
Pat Williams will present the work of David Hawkins and discuss how you can use this technique yourself and with your clients, with muscle testing for goals, behaviors, challenges, etc.
As the coaching profession’s visibility and exposure increases so does the need to operate ethically and protect ourselves from ethical complaints.
Metaphors can be a wonderful tool for working with your client; taking the coaching deeper.
The 7 "sins" that most coaches commit that get them stuck in the muck, how to identify them and most of all, how to get out of the muck
Interested in watching a master coach at work?
Brand identity, marketing and making a difference
Techniques for overcoming periods of inactivity and getting things moving again
Impact your coaching and your own life by bringing light to the shadow—the place where both undesired memories and feelings reside
If you're having trouble getting people to accept your invitation to a Complimentary Coaching Session or hiring you afterwards...
You have chosen the wrong client – now what? A discussion on how to ethically manage a client relationship that is challenging or the wrong fit for you as a coach.
Join Tracy Ray of Pink Pigeon Media as she discusses the ins and outs of using images in your online presence.
How to Write a Book in Record Time in the Midst of Your Busy Life for More Clients, More Income and More Impact
Join Pat Williams as he interviews Laura Berman Fortgang, a pioneer in the life coaching field about her life, career, and book, Now What?: 90 Days to a New Life Direction.
In this call Pat Williams will be hosting a panel discussion to hear why many of our faculty members are passionate about using the PeopleMap assessment in their coaching practice.
Join Katie Karpalla to explore the power of your network, creating influence, and promoting your business through the holiday season. The call will explore basic principles around this subject, and then open up for a creative brainstorming session.
Now’s a great time to establish yourself as a freelance content-provider. You’ll learn how to figure out what print and digital magazines want, how to match your area of expertise with possible markets and how to structure a compelling story pitch.
Click here for the companion document for this call!
You need and want to blog. But where do ideas come from? What’s the ideal structure and length? Should you have or do guest blogs? How often should you post? Let's get you writing!
So, you need a website? Join Tracy Ray, of Pink Pigeon Media, as she discusses this important aspect of your coaching business.
Both are needed to be a successful and busy coach!
Listen to a coaching demonstration
Discussing some of the pitfalls and challenges coaches face.