In this yearbook, 84 graduates from 25 different countries share how they plan to use coaching…
When a student graduates from an ICA Coach Training Program they graduate as a unique and powerful coach with peer connections and lifelong friendships that span the world. Each has their own coaching model, niche or coaching application and will use this to create positive change in themselves or others
In this edition, each coach shares their most memorable moment. It’s not surprising for us to find that for many of our graduates, it’s the peer connections they made during their training that are most fondly recalled. Students connect regularly in teleclasses, the forum, mentor coaching and observed coaching and organically build long and lasting relationships. Each graduate will have also participated in ICA’s peer coaching program where they will have coached, and been coached, for a at least 20 hours by their peers. This can be local face to face coaching, or coaching via skype or telephone. It’s not uncommon for graduates to reflect on their peer coaching as being one of the most memorable experiences in their training.
Featured Students From This Yearbook
Lawrence Chi, Expatriate and Cross Cultural Coach, CANADA
Power Tool: Assuming vs. Understanding
Coaching Model: The Expat Compass
Now that I have graduated I plan to help grow expatriates professionally and personally and to make organizations more international through the Mission of The Expat Compass.
Darya Haitoglou, Systemic Relationship Coaching, UNITED KINGDOM
Power Tool: Nourish vs. Deplete
Coaching Model: ENRICH
Research Paper: Application of Virginia Satir Iceberg Model in Coaching
Being quite an experienced coach I was curious what I could learn and I did learn a lot especially in the observed coaching part of course. Thank you!
Alyson Garrido, Career Coach, UNITED STATES
Power Tool: Naming Your Fear
Coaching Model: ACE
Research Paper: Identifying Strengths
The connections I have made with the students and faculty at ICA are priceless. ICA has fostered a rich network of talented coaches who will continue to strengthen my performance in the years to come.
Tobias Demker, Leadership Coach, CHINA
Power Tool: Reacting vs. Accepting
Power Tool: Sowing vs. Harvesting
Coaching Model: BALANCE
Research Paper: Cognitive Diversity and Coaching
Coaching is part of my job as a consultant, facilitator, and trainer. Coaching not only enhances my skills as a facilitator, trainer, and consultant, but also in all is useful for all aspects of life outside work. Coaching is also an essential skill for all leaders, so it comes naturally to me to work with coaching in leadership development.
Rackel Correa, Executive Coach, BRAZIL
Power Tool: Empowered & Courage vs. Fear
Coaching Model: Iterative
Research Paper: Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory applied to Coaching
Now that I have graduated I am going to use my coaching to help people find fulfillment and personal satisfaction in their lives, through the achievement of goals that are aligned with their values.
Amitabh Das Gupta, Transformational Coach, AUSTRALIA
Power Tool: Focussed vs. Distracted
Coaching Model: CAR
Research Paper: Visualisation in Coaching
I am using my coaching skills to coach myself, coach my first paid clients and coach some of my close friends. The best part of ICA was for me the observed coaching sessions.
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