Welcome to Mentor Coaching
BUILD CONFIDENCE, RELATIONSHIPS, SKILLS
The group is limited to 10 coaches and the group times are set by group consensus, individual times are arranged to meet each participant’s needs.
What you will receive:
10.5 (12 hours with bonus) hours of qualified mentor coaching by a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and faculty member of two ICF Accredited Coach Training Programs
7.5 hours in a small mentor group (10 or less participants) where we will join forces and focus on professional skills, competency development and the core coaching competencies. It is required that these sessions are attended live for mentor credit, so an additional group time will be added either as a make-up or a way to get additional coaching, this offers a total of 9 hours of group mentor coaching hours.
Participants will be encouraged to bring case examples to discuss, share experiences with one another for learning and participate in live coaching within the group. As a group, we will do a deep dive into the ICF core competencies, discuss specific challenges and successes in our coaching work and practice live coaching. The group experience provides an opportunity to work with other coaches to build skills and share experiences.
Each participant will receive 3 hours of individual mentor coaching to address their particular challenges and areas for growth (you might use this opportunity to coach your mentor coach and receive immediate feedback)
Scheduling: The meeting times for the six 90 minute group meetings will be set in a short scheduling meeting so that we can get group consensus. Each participant accesses their individual sessions to fit their individual schedules. Mentor Coaching must occur over a minimum of 3 months.
The mentor program offers a total of 12 hours of live coaching, focused on your coach development this counts toward mentor coaching or Core Competency CCUs.
Program Fee each Participant : $1450.00
If you would like to know more about the mentor programs and/or individual mentor coaching, please complete the form below or contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org/(817) 845-3594.
I look forward to discussing you mentor needs.
Here’s what group participants are saying:
“Meg is engaging, wise and an amazing example of intuitive, compassionate and results-oriented coaching. I’ve had the opportunity to learn from her in two group settings and during private sessions. She brought out the best in my gifts and talents while also gently asking the “tough stuff”. I highly recommend her if you need Mentor Coach Training or individual assistance in making your goals and dreams come true. She is unique and special, a blessing in my journey!”
“I had the wonderful opportunity to work with Meg during my studies in the Executive Coaching Program at UTD where she is an instructor and supervising coach. Meg is simply premier at what she does in the coaching realm. She showed her enthusiasm, dedication and commitment to the profession in every interaction she had with our group, all of whom were aspiring coaches. I witnessed her skills in coaching on a regular basis over a one-year period and as a former executive, I learned a lot from her about developing my skills and reaching my potential as an executive coach. Her style is both encouraging and challenging with an intense focus on the needs of her clients. And I must say, the brilliance of her personality will make your day! I highly recommend Meg for coaching work at the Executive or Personal level.”
“I met Meg during the ICF certification class at University of Texas Dallas where she instructs. I was impressed with her professionalism, the thought provoking information during her instruction, as well as how easy it was to approach her with any questions or in general. Due to this initial experience, I decided to join her recertification class. Again, I was impressed with her professionalism, coaching abilities and her willingness to go the extra mile for her students. I highly recommend Meg if you need a coach and/or to meet your credentialing requirements.”