There seems to be confusion about Mentor Coaching, Coaching Supervision, and Peer Coaching. The purpose of this event is to dispel any myths and misunderstandings and provide clear definitions of what each means. We will discuss how it applies to the credentialing and renewal process, and how these coaching approaches can improve your coaching practice.
Anik Clemens from ICF Global will explain the distinction between these three types of coaching, you will hear from ICF NYC Chapter Coaches who provide Mentor Coaching and Coaching Supervision, and will show, in real-time, coaching demonstrations to illustrate the differences.
Agenda for the evening:
- Anik Clemens from ICF Global will share clear the definitions of Mentor Coaching, Coaching Supervision, and Peer Coaching.
- We will show coaching demonstrations in real-time, illustrating Mentor Coaching and Coaching Supervision.
We want to help coaches understand the difference between Mentor Coaching, Coaching Supervision, and Peer Coaching, the benefits, how they impact the coach, and apply to the credentialing and renewal process.
Who is this event for: Any coach who needs clarification about Mentor Coaching, Coaching Supervision, and Peer Coaching.
- Learn the clear definitions of Mentor Coaching, Coaching Supervision, and Peer Coaching.
- Understand the benefits of Mentor Coaching, Coaching Supervision, and Peer Coaching.
- Learn how each can help improve your coaching practice.
- Learn how each of these applies to the credentialing and renewal process.
Meet our presenters
Anik Clemens, Strategic Development Director, NALAC, ACC
Anik joined ICF Global in October 2018, first as a Regional Development Manager, then Volunteer Engagement Director, and now Strategic Development Director for North America, Latin America and Caribbean. In this role, Anik focuses on developing local and regional markets, deepening member and volunteer engagement, developing long-term partnerships and sustaining healthy chapter communities.
Anik has been a coach and ICF member since 2015 and served as a chapter leader for 2 years. Prior to coaching, Anik worked for the Federal government as a biologist where she led a fisheries policy team to help conserve our natural resources.
Anik has a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in German Literature from the University of California at San Diego. Anik completed her coach training with the Quantum Success Coaching Academy in 2015, earned her ACC credential in 2020, and is a Genos International Emotional Intelligence Practitioner as of 2021.
Margaret McLean Walsh, PCC
As an executive coach and consultant, Margaret partners with leaders and organizations to challenge themselves to dream big, dig deep, and dive in. Using a positive psychology approach, she helps clients identify what’s working, and find ways to do more of it! Helping leaders through major change is one of her specialties. Clients value her direct approach, getting them focused quickly on what’s important, and inspires them to action.
She qualified as an Executive Coach at Columbia University’s highest level. She’s also certified as a Coaching Supervisor through Oxford Brookes University, holds an ICF PCC credential, and is certified in numerous assessments. Offerings include coach education, ICF mentor coaching, coaching supervision, team coaching, and leadership workshops. Her corporate experience includes C-suite and leadership roles in financial services and technology.
She’s a member of Columbia’s Executive Coaching Certification Program team, educating seasoned professionals seeking to include executive coaching with their offerings. Margaret earned an MA from Iona University, BS from Brooklyn College, and completed NYU professional certifications and MBA coursework. She volunteers on Columbia Coaching Learning Association’s Board and is past president of ICF NYC Board.
Matthew Pearson, MCC
Matt is an Executive & Leadership Coach and earned his MCC in May 2022. Matt became Co-Director and a lead facilitator of an internal coach education program in 2016 and has since led that program which earned an ICF accreditation in 2019. He has trained over 60 coaches. He is a Certified Mentor Coach and completed his ICF Assessor training in April 2022. In October, Matt is presenting at the ICF Imagine Conference. Matt’s work as a Mentor Coaching has supported over 20 ACC clients and 5 PCCs. Matt uses an instructional technique that integrates the principles of adult learning with the ICF Core Competencies for a participatory approach to mentor coaching. Most recently Matt provided pro bono group mentor coaching experiences for ICF NYC Chapter members.
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