Posted on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 by International Coach Federation
As outlined over the last several weeks, we have found that ICF members seem to be specifically drawn to the educational and networking opportunities that the ICF provides.
This was no different for Kathleen Bathory, PCC, of Canada. She cites “education opportunities, accreditation and networking” as her top reasons for maintaining membership with the ICF. Kathleen is a part of the Calgary Association of Professional Coaches and has been a member of ICF International since 2004.
Kathleen finds “resources and the conference” to be her most value-added benefits through the ICF. Learn more about resources and ICF events at Coachfederation.org.
Other reasons people choose to be a part of the ICF will be shared in future blog posts.
Learn how you can become a member of the ICF here.
The ICF is the largest worldwide resource for professional coaches, and the source for those who are seeking a coach. We are a nonprofit organization formed by individual members-professionals who practice coaching, including Executive Coaches, Leadership Coaches, Life Coaches and many more, from around the world.
Formed in 1995, today the ICF is the leading global organization, with over 21,000 members, dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high professional standards, providing independent certification, and building a network of credentialed coaches.