Communities of Practice (CPs) are virtual groups of coaches interested in a specific topic area. These communities are designed to provide a platform for sharing best practices, emerging trends, tools and tips among ICF Members to advance their professional development.
CPs provide a virtual venue for coaches with a shared interest in a specific topic to advance their professional development; deepen their subject-matter expertise; and share best practices, emerging trends, tools and tips.
Each CP is steered by volunteer leaders who help facilitate the learning and organize the conversations, ideas, and trends that emerge from the group. CPs are designed to promote active participation from their members: Sharing and discussion is always encouraged.
CPs deliver professional development opportunities through a variety of different outputs, including:
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CPs are an ICF Member benefit. CP participation is free for all ICF Members in good standing.
Non-member pricing is $25 USD for a 60-minute session and $35 USD for a 90-minute session.
CPs are open to all ICF Members. To become an active participant in a CP, please follow the appropriate link below and fill out the information form. After you complete the form, you will be added to the list to receive more information about that particular CP and its sessions.
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Co-Leaders: Latise Hairston, ACC (USA), and Rachel Karu, ACC (USA)
Co-Leaders: Larry Boyer, ACC (USA), and Wilma Slenders, PCC (Canada)
Co-Leaders: Joshua Lissauer, ACC (USA), and George Nuthu, PCC (Kenya)
Co-Leaders: Afsheen Ismail-Wey, ACC (Switzerland), and Anna-Marie Watson, PCC (United Kingdom)
Co-Leaders: Aref AlMubarak, MCC (Saudi Arabia), and Alan Myers, PCC (USA)
Co-Leaders: Shiri Ben-Arzi, PCC (Israel), and Ellen Kocher, ACC (Switzerland)
Co-Leaders: Amrita Garg, PCC (Canada), and Kim L. Miles, PCC (USA)
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