The 2022 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study — which is ICF’s largest consumer study to date — provides insights into coaching consumers’ perceptions and motivations. In the “2022 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study Insights” webinar, Linda McLoughlin, MCC, vice chair of the ICF Professional Coaches Board of Directors, and Sandy Stansfield, ICF director of member and industry research, share findings from the study that can help you better understand consumers and market your coaching services accordingly.
This webinar was presented by ICF Member and Industry Research and has been tentatively approved for 1 Continuing Coaching Education (CCE) unit in Resource Development.
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