The Path of Coaching Excellence
Coaching is a rapidly growing field generating close to US $2 billion in annual revenue/income. Businesses and individuals are beginning to understand the need for quality control and a standardization of coaching competencies in a profession as yet fairly unregulated. That's why "84 percent of adult consumers who had experienced a coaching relationship reported that it was important for coaches to hold a credential." (from 2010 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study)
To become a masterful and credentialed coach, there are some steps to take. We aim to make that path as easy as possible. Take a look at the different steps that can lead you to becoming a skilled and credible coach.
Are you are coach practitioner (business, life, executive, or internal coach), or a manager/leader who uses coaching skills?
Your training is the foundation of your coaching practice. Choosing a higher level of training will provide a higher level of coaching to your clients/coachees, and your career will emerge accordingly.
77% of individuals and organizations using coaching expect their coaches to be certified or credentialed.
At least 10 hours of mentor coaching is required prior to applying for ICF certification. We provide highly experienced mentor coaches in our ACTP program or as an a la carte service.
"Envision opened my eyes to a new career path and gave me the confidence to pursue it. Jeff Evans and Justina Vail masterfully designed a program that prepared me as a coach and led to an overall higher awareness of myself. I am grateful to Envision and proud to have been trained by them."