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January ICF-CF Meeting (WEBINAR): The Updated ICF Core Competencies (1.5 CCEs)

  • 22 Jan 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Online Webinar (Zoom/call-in link in confirmation email)



The Updated ICF Core Competencies

Jan 22 (Webinar) 12pm EST-1:30pm EST

1.5 CCEs: 1 Core Competencies | .5 Resource Development

In November 2019, the International Coaching Federation announced updates to the ICF Core Competencies. These updated Core Competencies resulted from nearly two years of rigorous research and are based on evidence collected from more than 1,300 coaches across the world representing a diverse range of coaching disciplines, training backgrounds, coaching styles, and experience and credentialing levels, including both ICF members and non-members. 

While this research validated that much of the current Core Competency model remains critically important to coaching practice today, new elements also emerged that have been integrated into the model, including 

• the importance of a coaching mindset and ongoing reflective practice

• the critical distinctions between various levels of coaching agreements

• the importance of cultural, systemic and contextual awareness within coaching relationships.

These foundational components, combined with emerging themes, reflect the key elements of coaching practice today and will serve as stronger, more comprehensive coaching standards for the future. 

This session will offer an overview of the updated Core Competencies and what they mean for coach practitioners and the coaching profession.

About our Speaker:

Carrie Abner is vice president for Credentials and Standards at the International Coaching Federation, where she works to ensure high standards, value and integrity of ICF Credentials for all who hold them. Previously, she served as assistant director for communications at The Council of State Governments, where she worked with state legislators, supreme court justices and executive branch leaders to foster collaboration and sharing of best practices across the states. Her past experience includes management of U.S. Justice Department grant projects on sexual assault and intimate partner violence, and she has also worked to ensure the protection of refugee women and children in humanitarian crises. Carrie holds a Master’s degree in international affairs from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

1.5 CCEs: 1 Core Competencies | .5 Resource Development

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