ICA 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.

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.

  • Power Tool: Self-Limiting Beliefs vs. Out of the Box Thinking

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Amy Lechelt
    (Transformation Coach, UNITED STATES)

    Have you ever stopped to consider the difference between your belief/s vs. your reality? What if you were to consider belief is based Continue…

  • Power Tool: Authenticity vs. Transparency

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Gail Anette Regina Walters
    (Blended Coach, SOUTH AFRICA)

    The reality of walking, talking, looking, climbing, working, travelling, living and loving just to be “Me, I, Myself,” and most importantly Continue…

  • Power Tool: Urgent vs. Important

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Alison Rakotonirina
    (Career Coach, MADAGASCAR)

    A crucial component of self-management and effective SoMo Leadership is the ability to distinguish between Urgent vs. Important. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Victim Mentality vs. Survivor Mentality

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Peter Kennedy
    (Executive Coach, FRANCE)

    Merriam Webster Dictionary defines victim mentality as: ‘’The belief that one is always a victim: the idea that bad things will always happen to one’’. Continue…

  • Power Tool: Knowing vs. Assuming

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Cristina Gutu
    (Business/Career Coach, ROMANIA)

    Making assumptions creates obstacles to your journey towards growth and success. Sarah Blick (career & life coach) explores the 9 Reasons Continue…

  • Power Tool: Small Steps vs. Giant Stride

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Oleksandr Zeleniuk
    (Executive and Leadership Coach, UKRAINE)

    Too often clients think that one decisive action can substitute a chain of consecutive efforts or discipline. It may presume that those Continue…

  • Power Tool: Paralysis vs. Exploration

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Angelica Palli
    (Creativity Coach, GERMANY)

    The power tool paralysis versus exploration was inspired by a session with a client. It can be a source of inspiration whenever we find ourselves blocked, Continue…

  • Power Tool: Mode vs. Mood

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Lucie Petrelis-Petra

    To achieve their goals, clients need to take action. By putting themselves into a specific mode they can stick to their plan and minimize Continue…

  • Power Tool: Distraction vs. Focus

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Rachel McMahon
    (Business Coach, AUSTRALIA)

    In the time you take you to read this paper, you are likely to be distracted.  Your computer may ping with an email.  You may get a message Continue…

  • Power Tool: Acceptance vs. Tolerance

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Karen Yackel
    (Life Coach, CANADA)

    Our everyday lives are most often filled with countless interactions with a variety of people from all walks of life (family members, work associates, Continue…

  • Power Tool: Inspiration vs. Holdback

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Anna-Karin B. Kruse
    (Inspirational Leadership and Life Coach, ITALY)

    Inspiration has helped me persevere and move on in life. People get inspired by a multitude of different experiences. Traditionally, inspiration Continue…

  • Power Tool: Authenticity vs. Conformity

    A Coaching Power Tool Created by Kristin Vierra
    (Life & Career Coach, ARGENTINA)

    Authentic people generally take action in pursuit of their goals, dreams, and ambitions. As quoted by Dr. Phil above, they are capable of releasing Continue…