‘Technique is for a coach what a text is for an actor: they both have to forget it in order to be present.’ Luc De Belloy
Mentor Coaching provides an additional and required learning/development track that is designed to support your individual growth and coaching presence.
"Mentor Coaching for an ICF Credential consists of coaching and feedback in a collaborative, appreciative and dialogued process based on an observed or recorded coaching session to increase the coach’s capability in coaching, in alignment with the ICF Core Competencies." https://coachfederation.org/mentor-coaching
As an ICF Accredited Credentialing Assessor, an ICF registered Mentor Coach and an ICF Master Certified Coach I am pleased to offer you four different types of mentoring programs:
1. Small group for 7 hours follow by 3 hours of one to one mentoring
2. 10 hours of one to one mentoring
3. Bring your recorded sessions for feedback
4. Small group mentoring for 4 hours
All programs can be conducted either face to face or virtually using the Zoom Platform. See the brochure at the bottom of the page for more detailed information
This mentor coaching process is rigorous and gets right to the point. The intended learning outcomes for you are as follows:
Mentoring is an integral part of a coach's overall professional development and a vital part to the ICF Credentialing process
Download the brochure (see bottom of page) to determine which program might be the one for you, then arrange a 30 minute chemistry meeting with Tracy to see if her mentoring is the best fit for you.
This webinar has now ended - you may watch the replay and find a copy of the slides by following this link: https://bit.ly/2lltnSc
Join Tracy Tresidder MCC & ICF Assessor for an interactive 75 mins to unlock the mysteries surrounding the ICF credentialing process. During this webinar we will look at:
• Why gaining your coaching credential is important even with a Coaching Psychology Master’s Degree?
• What exactly is credentialing all about?
• How do you go about it?
• What parts of the Coaching Masters is recognised by ICF?
• How far am I already on my own credentialing path?
• What do I need to do next?
• What resources are available to me?
When: Thursday 26th September
What time: 6pm – 7.15pm
Where: via Zoom Webinar
Disclaimer: All information is current as of 26th September.
Thanks & Appreciation: For the Mapping document and Verification of coach training form goes to Katrina Darnborough, Joakim Wedlund, Laura Hefer, Brad Baker and Jacqueline Ruello for taking many hours to complete this for the benefit of all MSc Coaching Psych students and graduates.
Tracy’s mentoring assisted me to fine tune my coaching skills and better understand the PCC requirements of ICF. By working with Tracy, I was able to correct some old habits, polish some good practices, and pick up some new skills. I would recommend Tracy to anyone wanting to take their coaching skills to the next level.
Sebastian Salicru PCC Nov 2018
Tracy has been mentoring me in parallel to my coaching masters degree. Her advice has been instrumental in helping me translate my learning into practical coaching. Her program has enabled me to understand better my development areas and to bring to life the ICF competences. Under her guidance I have started to make the shift to true developmental coaching and am now ready to apply for my first coaching certification. I would highly recommend Tracy as a mentor as her constructive and highly detailed approach has elevated my coaching to another level and given me the confidence in my coaching practice.
Claire MCaffrey HR Associate Director Accenture 2018
First and foremost, Tracy is incredible. I have found huge value in her delivery of theory in a ‘practical and realistic’ manner. For example, tips on words and phrases and delivery tone for coaching sessions was invaluable. Her ability to find simple language to describe potentially complex theory is hugely beneficial.
Rebecca Rynehart, Sydney Uni Coaching Masters Graduate 2018
I would like to thank Tracy for mentoring a group of us at ACAP. Firstly I would have to commend her capacity to manage a group of our size and to manage that ever so calmly. I like the way she took us through the competencies and explained them in detail, drawing on examples to illustrate them further. Finally, in our one on one session where she provided me with feedback on my recording of a coaching session, she was both supportive and challenging. That is, she provided me with feedback that highlighted my strengths as well as feedback that helped me see where growth is possible. Thank you Tracy.
Despina Safinkos ACAP June 2016
Tracy has been an incredible mentor coach. She is sharp, honest, supportive and very generous with her knowledge and resources. Her deep listening and questioning allowed me to look honestly at myself and recognize the mistakes that I was making. Her support and guidance helped me to come up with solutions to some challenging client situations. I learned a great deal by working with Tracy, who was always willing to share countless tips, ideas, questions, perspective, and material with me. Working with Tracy has given me more confidence as a coach and a clearer awareness of my approach to coaching. I recommend her to anyone who wants to grow or make significant changes in their lives, both personally and professionally
Janette Sassoon Jerusalem
Tracy has a gift for mentor coaching that I am honored to have experienced. Her teaching background makes her not only incredibly attentive, but also a treasure chest of tips, insights, and recommendations. Thanks to her gentle, but challenging approach, I grow more professional as a coach during every encounter with Tracy. If you’re looking for a mentor who’ll put you on the fast track to becoming a masterful coach, you couldn’t choose a better mentor than Tracy Tresidder. Thanks a bunch.
Venus Taylor New York
Tracy has been a phenomenal catalyst in helping me to understand myself better, including the ways in which I block my own progress and the strengths and resources I possess to help me move past those blocks toward my own goals and outcomes. She pushed me to be really honest and clear with myself, which is just what I wanted. She was incredibly generous with her knowledge and resources and was a lovely model of the kind of coach I aspire to be. I’d recommend her – and use her again – in a heartbeat.
Kristen Carter, Denver Colorado
Group mentor programs are offered 3-5 times each year. The third cohort is now complete for 2019 and the fourth is underway. If you would like to be waitlisted for the next program starting mid to late October please sign up here and you will be notified when a group is forming. No more than 8 participants and no less than 4. For more details of the various programs download the brochure at the bottom of the page.