How fluent are you in the updated core competencies? Effective January 2021, updated core competency model is in place. Join Carrie Abner, ICF’s Vice President for Credentials and Standards to review the updated model and get your questions answered.
When: February 10, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Presenter: Carrie Abner
Format: Virtual - Zoom webinar format, cameras disabled
CCEUs: 1.25 (1 Core, .25 RD)
About The Event
With the start of the new year, and launch of the updated ICF Core Competency Model, ICF NYC wants to ensure our members are set up for success and feel well-grounded in the new competencies. Our 2021 professional development programming will look to reinforce and highlight the updated core competencies.
The Core Competencies, as developed by ICF, provide a vital foundation for the coaching profession and support greater understanding about the skills and approaches used within today’s coaching profession as defined by ICF. As part of a growth mindset, ICF revisits the model every few years to validate the core competency model against empirical evidence as the coaching field advances and evolves. Following a 24-month review that involved 1,300 coaches from around the globe and both within and external to ICF, an updated competency model has been adopted that provides a simpler, more streamlined structure and integrates consistent, clear language. Questions to be addressed during the learning event include, but are not limited to:
What limitations were identified with the previous set of core competencies?
What was discarded and why?
What was missing, and therefore added, and why?
What research was brought into the updates and how did the consensus/expert input model that was followed to inform the updated core competency model?
This event is a kick-off to acknowledge and celebrate the launch of the updated model. The event provides an opportunity to familiarize yourself with the changes, to ask any questions that you may have, and to reflect on the new model as it relates to your own coaching practice.
Meet our Presenter
Vice President for Credentials and Standards
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.