Congratulations to ICF Upstate New York on Charter Chapter Status

We are pleased to announce that ICF Upstate New York has become a Charter Chapter. Congratulations!   The ICF Upstate New York Chapter has 160 members, and they recently supported the Northeast region by facilitating a regional CCE event, “Group and Team Coaching – Coaching Many in Today’s Evolving Workplace” by Jennifer Britton. 
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2022 Live Quarterly Credentialing Q&A Calls

The ICF Credentials and Standards team has created a helpful, pre-recorded credentialing informational video for you to view at your convenience, along with a series of quarterly Q&A calls to answer all your follow-up questions.  To attend a live quarterly Q&A call, please register using one of the links below:  Tuesday, March 8 at 11:00 …read more.
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ICF Awards Timeline

We are preparing to once again recognize ICF Members through our annual ICF Awards program. We have three categories of awards:  The ICF International Prism award tells the world how organizations are creating an impactful coaching culture. Since 2005, the International Prism Award program has celebrated businesses and organizations that have built strong coaching cultures.  …read more.
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Study Shows Wide Adoption of Coaching Among Millennials Actively in the Workforce

Findings emerge from International Coaching Federation 2022 Global Consumer Awareness Study Lexington, Kentucky, USA (February 1, 2022) — Millennials are the generation most likely to be aware of coaching and most likely to have participated in a coaching relationship, according to the findings of a new study commissioned by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). The …read more.
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5 Mistakes Coaches Should Avoid

Fact: No one became a great coach overnight.  It takes years of consistent, intentional practice, studying and learning from mistakes accumulated along the way.   As a professional coach for quite some time now, I have had my own share of mistakes back when I was just a newbie in the industry, all of which have …read more.
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How to Write a Compelling Article for Publication

As an ICF Member or Credential-holder, you are an expert others wish to learn from. You are a thought leader on coaching, its best practices and the industry itself. Given this positioning, there is much you can do to advance your brand, your practice and the industry by sharing your knowledge.   Many publications and …read more.
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Coach FEATURE: Ruchi Parekh

Originally Posted on The Coaching Tools Company as Coach FEATURE: Ruchi Parekh In this month’s “Meet the Coach” feature, we meet Executive and Life Coach Ruchi Parekh. About Ruchi Lives In: Singapore Company: Ruchi Parekh Type of Coach: Executive/Life Coach Describe your coaching business in one sentence: I help high-potential professionals build emotional resilience and…

Bring it to the Streets

The demands of the environment often clash with the physical and social needs of the individual. The conscious mind uses storytelling to grapple with these internal conflicts to bring the individual into accord with culture and nature.  In my last blog post, I discussed the use of Story Quest Walks in nature. I demonstrated how …read more.
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