Experience the camaraderie of a group of 8-10 other coaches for a series of 6 Mentor Coaching Sessions. In this experiential process you’ll learn about missed coaching opportunities, get suggestions on opening the space for transformation, and get pointers on exactly what you need to be a more powerful and effective coach. You will get solid, observable feedback designed to build on your assets and give you specific suggestions to take your coaching to the next level. You will be inspired, challenged and guided to become a skillful, effective coach with your own voice and style.
Ten hours of Mentor Coaching are required to apply for the ICF credential. Three of these hours must be individual sessions. For information on our individual sessions, visit Mentor Coaching.
Each session is 90 minutes. These MC sessions can be applied to your requirement for the ICF Credential process. You will receive a certificate documenting your nine hours of Group Mentor coaching.
Class dates: Wednesday, April 13 Wednesday, April 27 Wednesday, May 11 Wednesday, May 25 Wednesday, June 8 Wednesday, June 22
All classes held from 5:00 - 6:30 PM EST.
Course leader is Virginia Kellogg, MCC Virginia Kellogg is a founding partner of Leadership that Works Inc., and the Coaching for Transformation coaching certification program.
Virginia has been a Master Certified Coach (MCC) since 2001, and has trained thousands of coaches worldwide since 1998.
Virginia is a pioneer in connecting the field of coaching to the greater need in the world. Through her work with the Coaching and Philanthropy Project, she has been instrumental in creating the bridge between coaching, non-profits and philanthropy and bringing coaching innovations into the social sector. Passionate about bringing coaching to all people, she challenges the coaching profession to become more available and relevant to all communities and to use its skills and principles to benefit all people, projects and communities.
She has been involved in the Laura Whitworth Prison Project, which brings coaching skills to federal and state prison systems, and the Coach Training Pilot Project, which provides coaching training to nonprofit professionals working in communities of color.