What are The Graduate Power Tools?

Every coach at ICA develops their own unique Power Tool. They begin with their coaching model and niche - so who they are going to coach and the process or model they are going to use to coach them. This is an important process because it is through this that our coaches really develop themselves as unique coaches with a point of difference in the market.

Once our coaches are clear on their model and niche then then develop their own Power Tool. This tool will be something they have used or discovered with their clients. It is designed around the 'Reframing Perspectives' concept and is intended to help move their clients from a disempowered perspective to an empowered perspective.

ICA Graduate Power Tools

  • Power Tool: Empowered vs. Powerless

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Natalie Hilton
    (Stress Coach, UNITED KINGDOM)

    To believe and be confident that we are in control of our own lives gives us so much power. It gives us the courage to face our fears, strength Continue…

  • Power Tool: Growth vs. Decline

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Ali Taqi
    (Life Coach, BAHRAIN)

    It started six years ago with a sense of feeling lost, uncertain, and trapped. I was doing something that I was not happy doing and Continue…

  • Power Tool: Steering vs. Drifting

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Sarah Wiseman
    (Transformational Coach, UNITED KINGDOM)

    My power tool looks at the change in perspective that can take us from drifting through life to steering our own course through life. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Progress vs. Perfection

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Tina Jarrous
    (Relationship Coach, LEBANON)

    I discovered Yoga around 5 years ago.  It happened at a time when I was going through an emotional down due to heartbreak. And boy was it so therapeutic. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Beginner vs. Expert

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Benjamin Hung
    (Life Coach, HONG KONG)

    For some individuals, it is inherently difficult to undertake new tasks and challenges. Something as simple as deciding to take Continue…

  • Power Tool: Obstacle vs. Opportunity

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Ovidiu Mihai
    (Business Coach, ROMANIA)

    Every obstacle is unique to each of us. But the responses they elicit are the same: Fear, Frustration, Confusion, Helplessness, Depression, Anger. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Repression vs. Feeling

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Nicole Kett
    (Transformational Coach, UNITED STATES)

    When we experience discomfort triggered by our external world, it is a natural response to want to protect ourselves. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Confrontation vs. Avoidance

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Natalia Pinkowska
    (Yoga Life Coach, POLAND)

    Life is all about self-transformation, which can be more or less conscious and visible. While you are getting older, you are going through different stages. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Enjoyment vs. Effort

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Georgiana Puica
    (Life Coach, ROMANIA)

    An Effort is defined as per the Cambridge dictionary as the physical or mental activity needed to achieve something. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Distraction vs. Attention

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Ildiko Benko
    (Executive Coach, SWITZERLAND)

    The Global Mobile Consumer Survey conducted by Deloitte in 2017 found that cumulatively, in the U.S., we check our smartphones more than Continue…

  • Power Tool: Language of Your Thinking vs. Language for Another’s Understanding

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Padraic O’Donnell
    (Educational Coach, UNITED STATES)

    During a coaching session, clients may often experience moments of insight that sets them down a road to real action steps. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Self-Love vs. Self-Criticism

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Donnie Wells
    (Transition Coach & Leadership Coach, UNITED STATES)

    This power tool will explore our ability to choose self-love versus self-critique. Fully learning and appreciating these concepts is paramount Continue…