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Special Interest Group: PCC Markers

When:
Monday, October 19, 2020, 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM
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Special Interest Group: PCC Markers
The third Monday of every month starting October 19, 2020

Join us and learn from Joanna Davis, an MCC and certified ICF assessor about PCC Markers. PCC Markers are the indicators that an ICF credentialed assessor uses to listen for to determine which ICF Core Competencies are in evidence in a recorded coaching conversation. The following markers are the behaviors that should be exhibited in a coaching conversation at the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level.

Whether you are seeking credentialing for the first time for ACC or PCC, or you want to improve your competence in the art and science of coaching, this SIG was created for you. Limited to 20 participants. 

Key takeaways: 
  1. Explore the key elements of each of the ICF eight coaching competencies.
  2. Identify the specific coaching activities related to each competency.
  3. Assess your strengths and opportunity to master the ICF coaching competencies.
  4. Apply new coaching skills and techniques to your personal coaching practice.

About the Speaker: Joanna Davis

Joanna Davis, MCC, has over a decade of experience as a certified coach, is Senior Faculty for Coach for Life (an ICF ACTP school), works in-house as a Corporate Life Coach for a South Florida company of 10,000+ employees, is an ICF PCC Assessor, serves as a Mentor Coach for both ICF and ReciproCoach, and has a small private practice coaching corporate founders and facilitating leadership development. Her passions include the neuroscience of human behavior and trying to figure out her Basenji’s.