Blog: Keeping Agile Non-Denominational
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ICF became a de facto golden standard of coach training, credentialling and certification. If you are an aspiring coach who wants to work with individual, teams, and organizations, or want to start your own coaching business, you should be seriously considering getting credentialed by ICF as a way to stand out in this overcrowded field.
The last article introduced the use of the STORMMES Model © in co-creating the relationship agreement with the client. In this article, we take a closer look at competency 3 Establishes and Maintains Agreements.
The first three competency markers in this section help us to understand what a good relationship agreement contains.
With the release of the new Core Competency Model, ICF has taken an expanded approach to competency in co-creating the coaching relationship with the client. In the new model, section B focuses on three competencies needed to properly co-create the relationship with the client:
3. Establishes and Maintains Agreements
4. Cultivates Trust and Safety
5. Maintains Presence
Here we are covering these competencies.
Cherie Silas and I discuss the importance of professional coaching skills for Agilists. In short – they are paramountly important.
If you want to up your coaching game – our next Coaching in Agile Environments program cohorts are starting in July. Check it out and sign up!
As a consultant, I have been constantly worried about staying employed during our global pandemic and how I am going to care for my just-turned-seven-years-old son while his school and daycare are shut down. I’m youngish with too much self-inflation, but too distracted to unpack that much past writing a blog sentence or three. These are my thoughts about work, food, and some important things I missed.