CCEU's: 1.5 Core Competencies
MEET THE NEW COMPETENCIES
Wednesday, May 13
virtually through Zoom
In any profession, it is best practice to perform a job analysis regularly to ensure a competency model remains a valid and accurate reflection of professional practice. ICF last conducted a job analysis in 2008, and our profession has since grown and evolved significantly.
Over the past 2 years the ICF has engaged in a rigorous analysis of how our jobs have evolved and what is needed for the future. During this workshop you will be introduced to how the Core competencies will evolve over the next year while increasing oyour awareness to what these change might mean for you and your flients.
Ultimately, the updated Core Competency model will serve as the basis for the ICF credentialing process. For now, lets get you up to speed on the changes.
- Increase your awareness of the new competencies
- Take a deeper dive into the richness and nuances of the competencies in action
- Gain clarity to how current Core Competencies 2-11 have evolved to the new Core Competencies 1-8
Presenter: Sackeena Gordon-Jones, PhD, MCC
Sackeena Gordon-Jones, PhD, MCC, is a leadership development expert, executive coach, personal coach and mentor coach. She is the chief coaching officer for Transformation Edge Coaching & Consulting, an organization that provides coaching, consulting, training and speaking services, which helps leaders and organizations transform the way they think, lead, work and live. Sackeena has extensive international, multi-cultural, industry experience and is a master educator. As Director of the Transformation and Business Coach Institute she has delivered training and coaching services throughout North America, Europe and Asia. She oversees an open-enrollment coaching certification program at NC State University. Sackeena also delivers six-month certificate programs for organizations who want to develop an internal cadre of coaches, as well as other organizational coach training programs to support the development of coaching cultures.
Sackeena has been a member of ICF since 2004. She is a past President of ICF Raleigh, past Chair of ICF Southeast Region and past Director of the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO). Sackeena currently serves as director of the new ICF Global Board, CIO (Coaching in Organizations).
Partners: $15 (obtain Partner code from organization administrator)
LOCATION: Meeting will be held remotely through ZOOM
Contact us if you have any questions about the program.