In this yearbook 72 graduates from 21 different countries around the world share their unique coaching model
One of the things that makes ICA so unique is that our coaches graduate with their own unique coaching model. As educators with expertise in adult learning principles, we teach the frameworks and theories that have influenced coaching such as cognitive behavioral therapy, appreciative inquiry, NLP, emotional intelligence and mindfulness. We look the background, how it intersects with coaching and how it can be blended with coaching.
Then, supported by faculty and peers, each graduate creates their their own unique coaching model. This is one of the things that makes ICA different from other coach training schools and platforms our graduates as coaching leaders.
Over 60 featured coaching models.
In every yearbook, our coaches share the most memorable moment of their coach training journey, and how they plan to use coaching to change the world…
Olivia Cheung, Life Coach, Australia
Now that I have graduated I plan to combine my coaching skills, storytelling and organisational skills from film producing to do creative coaching, life coaching, and help those who have specific goals and wants to organise their life/schedule and get things done.
Shuchi Sahai, Transformational Coach, India
My memorable moment is getting a big sense of belonging with people who have similar beliefs in themselves and life, and are committed to contributing towards a saner, more loving and empathic world. Coaching is a calling. We chose each other.
Michael Cadrette, Life Coach, United States
The most memorable moment for me during my ICA experience came when I actually realized the difference between coaching and consulting, the fact that the client is the expert not the coach.
Marika Gillis, Executive Coach, Belgium
As a coach, I will work with executives to create a deeper understanding of their personal leadership style and career strengths to increase their success and the results of the teams and organizations they lead.