Some other perspectives you might experience on
your journey of professional development
From a single perspective toward broader perspective
A new competency, Embodies a Coaching Mindset, emerged from ICF coaching job analysis and qualitative study of coach’s learning journeys.
The Aspects of reflective practice has been identified and emphasized as critical self-work that coaches must engage in.
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+ Insights of the new competency that has become part of the updated ICF Core Competency model.
+ Understanding the importance of the being of the coach as well as the doing of coaching and the fact that the role of the coach extends beyond direct interaction with the client and other stakeholders.
+ Exploring the sub-competencies and how they in turn link directly to and are in support of other competencies within the model.
+ Highlighting various ways that coaches can engage with and meet this competency as a valuable part of their ongoing development towards coaching maturity
Meet the Scholar
Professor of coaching and behavioural change, Henley Business School
Senior VP Coaching, CoachHub
Jonathan is professor of coaching and behavioural change at Henley Business School and also Senior VP Coaching at CoachHub, the digital coaching platform. He is a chartered psychologist, executive coach and holds five degrees. He has published extensively with other 100 scientific articles and 30 books. His books include 'Becoming a Coach: The Essential ICF Guide' and The Coaches Handbook', both published in 2021, with forthcoming titles including CoachMe, My Personal Board of Directors (due in January 2022) with Marshall Goldsmith and Brian Underhill. Prior to joining Henley and CoachHub, Jonathan had a background in consulting, working for PWC, IBM Business Consulting and OPM.
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