Congratulations To All Our 2014 Graduates
In this yearbook 73 graduates from 23 different countries around the world share their unique research papers.
At ICA students get to learn coaching skills but also do a great deal of practice through peer coaching, supervised coaching and mentor coaching. In addition to this Business Labs are available to support students in finding and defining their niche, setting up their coaching practice, marketing and finding clients. See what our coaches are doing now with their newly found coaching skills.
Over 60 featured research papers.
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…
Donna Willis, Self Awareness Coach, UNITED STATES
The awakening moments when manifesting the “who” I am. Being able to share those moments on this journey with so many others shifting as well-created glorious moments to remember.
Simon Larouche, Life Coach, CANADA
My most memorable moment was when in my supervised coaching, I was preoccupied with my performance. And my supervisor brought me back by telling that it is not about me, it is about helping the person I coach.
Samar Naim, Life and Executive Coach, UAE
There were many moments including my very first class, my first practicum, my first session as a client, my first session as a coach, feedback from clients, referrals, assessments. But, above all, realizing that coaching skills are not only applicable in coach-client sessions but also in my daily life and personal development!
Roxanne Coates, Career Coach, CANADA
Power Tool: Excellence vs. Status Quo
Coaching Model: Discovery to Fulfillment
Research Paper: The Changing Face of Coaching – Coaching in the Field of Health Care
My most memorable moment was the realisation that the drive to achieve comes naturally to some people. Others may be ‘stuck in a rut’ and be just starting to think about change. As coaches we must be flexible and aware that each client has the capability of excelling in their own way.