I usually don’t read research…..‏

I don’t usually read research and global studies.  One recent study has caught my attention; it’s the 2016 Global Coaching Study.  Here are two findings that caught my attention:

  • Seventy-seven percent of coach practitioners and 72 percent of managers and leaders using coaching skills agree that people and organizations using coaching expect their coaches to be credentialed.
  • Credentialed coaches command higher fees and report more clients and greater annual revenue from coaching than their peers without a credential.

Wow! If you are thinking about becoming a coach, please take notice of these two bullet points.

I am proud of the fact that the professional and leadership organizations that we relate to place high value on a coaching credential.  The deciding factor for many that engage our training services is learning that our graduates have achieved all three coaching credentials:  ACC, PCC and MCC. 

If you want to read more of the 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study, you can go to: Coachfederation.org/2016study. You can download the Executive Summary, or purchase the entire report.

If you are interested in becoming a credentialed coach, consider our accredited coach training.

You won’t regret it.

Coaching4Clergywww.coaching4clergy.com
Coaching4Today’s Leaderswww.coaching4todaysleaders.com

All the best,

________________________________________________________________________ 
New Online Classes –
Starting in October!

Click the buttons below for more information:

Modules 1 & 2 – Begins October 3, 2016 and ends on December 5, 2016 -Monday afternoons from 1-5pm Eastern Time.

Modules 3 & 4 – Starts October 4, 2016 and ends December 6, 2016 – Tuesday evenings from 6-10pm Eastern Time

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions:

  • You may complete the four modules in any order.
  • Can’t commit to 10 straight weeks of training? Take the classes that work for you now and complete the classes that you missed the next time that they are offered.

Speak Your Mind

*