Developing Competency in Coach and Client Wellbeing

CF Ireland in partnership with ICF Germany and ICF Romania provide an interactive moment for coaches to engage with other coaches to define the core elements of coach and client wellbeing.

The session takes learning from Module 6 of CoachIT( : Coach Wellbeing, further as each participant will contribute to the exploration of their own and others learning needs and the mindset required. 

This set of needs and frames will be considered as a part of the client system to see where the coach can actively support the client in achieving their own digital wellbeing to benefit optimally from the coaching session.

Participants will understand the impact on the environment of the coach and the client wellbeing, understanding how wellbeing of the mind can impact on the coach and the client understanding the somatic experience and impact on wellbeing and finally understanding parallel process and transference in the balance or blockages to well-being.

How to make your coaching business a success

This program is designed to provide you with all the necessary tools and knowledge you need to make your coaching business a success.
You will learn to identify your target market and define your passion and vision for your business; create a clear and compelling value proposition that will resonate with your potential clients; the process of setting up your business, from choosing between a sole trader or limited company structure to implementing efficient business systems that will streamline your operations.
Marketing is also a crucial part of any coaching business, we will explore effective marketing strategies that will help you attract and retain clients.; discuss how to use social media, email marketing, etc to build your brand and connect with your target audience. We will help you to create a professional and user-friendly website that reflects your brand and attracts potential clients and provide tips on how to
optimize your website for search engines, and more…..

Coaching at the Speed of Thought with Tony Latimer, MCC.

Masterful coaching is a fully present, connected and in-the-moment experience. In this Demo, Tony will demonstrate how to create a deep subconscious to subconscious connection with your clients for perfect Presence and fast breakthrough.

Based around a coaching demo, this session addresses ICF Competencies 2-8; however the greatest learning and new insight your coaches can expect from this will be going deeper into competencies 3. Establish Agreements, 5. Maintains Presence, 6. Listens Actively and 7. Evokes Awareness

Unlocking the door to exploring your Potential – A live demonstration of how coaching works for those with the courage to try something new.

Are you ready to take your dreams to the next level and unlock your full potential? Watch the video below for an exciting and transformative experience that will help you to understand how coaching can help you to grow into the YOU that you want to be!
This demo was was done as part of ICW 2023.

May Monthly Update

International Coaching Week is just around the corner (8th – 14th May) and we’re excited that so many members have already embraced the theme of the week and offered a wide range of different activities to promote the power of coaching to the general public. It’s still not too late to get involved and you can find full details here: is a great opportunity to promote the value of coaching across society and we’d encourage members to join with us in promoting the various ICF circles and members’ events by sharing details with your own networks and social channels – together we can raise awareness of the power of coaching.
Pro bono coaching opportunities
The ICF Ireland board is currently identifying a number of partnership opportunities which enable us to share the power of coaching with organisations working to improve society and in support of the UN SDGs ( ). Our goal is to support these organisations and enhance their impact in the work they do improving the lives of people and the planet. For members it will provide an opportunity to broaden areas of work and for some to gain coaching hours. We’ll be sharing more details in the coming weeks and months – so stay tuned!
What does it take to start your own coaching business?
Join us for our next ICF Ireland webinar at 12:30pm on the 17th of May 2023 when Roland Hesse presents a thought provoking session that covers many of the different aspects involved in setting up a sustainable, thriving, coaching business. Roland is an experienced Managing Director who made the transition from employee to founder and in this webinar will highlight all of the different aspects to setting up a successful coaching business. To register, please sign up here:
Calling all Coach Supervisors
The ICF is currently conducting research into coaching supervision. If you have served as a coaching supervisor within the past two years, you are encouraged to share your insights on what is required for effective coaching supervision by completing the following survey: note, the deadline for completing this survey is 1pm on the 8th May 2023.
Upcoming Community of Practice Events
ICF Communities of Practice (CPs) are a great way to build your global network while advancing your coaching knowledge. CPs provide a platform for sharing best practices, emerging trends, tools and tips among coaches to advance their professional development and deepen their subject matter expertise. Plus, CPs are a free ICF Member benefit and offer Continuing Coaching Education (CCE) units needed for ICF Credential renewal.
Executive and Leadership Community of Practice: Coaching in Crisis: Second Order Coaching on May 8 at 4 p.m. (Dublin). Leadership during times of crisis puts even the most seasoned decision-makers to the test. Join Tom Kolditz, ACC, for a discussion about the dynamics of crisis leadership and how to best assist clients in navigating these situations.Coaching Science: Coaching Millennials: A Qualitative Study on May 17 at 2 p.m. (Dublin). John Schaffner, PhD, will share his research about how coaching benefits millennials. Learn how coaches can encourage emotional access to others, efficacy enhancement, learning to see, learning to help, and the identification of the self.If you miss any of the CP sessions, don’t worry. The newly enhanced ICF Learning Portal offers you access to past CP session recordings. With upgraded filtering options in the course catalog, it’s now easier than ever to find the content you need. If this is your first time accessing an CP on the enhanced ICF Learning Portal, please find instructions here.
ICF Thought Leadership
The ICF Thought Leadership Institute is a global hub of shared knowledge for human development designed to help create and reveal the future of coaching.In April the Thought Leadership Institute released a number of updates that you might be interested in.With the shifts in workplace cultures and expectations following the pandemic, they’ve just released updates to the Future of Work collection with fresh perspectives on these rapidly changing workplaces. – view hereThe Future of Planetary Ecology Collection explores the many ways coaching can support, and even lead, sustainability efforts across disciplines – View hereUnleashing the power of coaching in education: the world is changing at an astonishing pace, As educations systems struggle to keep pace, the question becomes: how do we prepare people to thrive in a time of extraordinary change? Download and read the newly released Manifesto for the Future of Education – view here.
If you’d like to know more about the ICF Thought Leadership Institute, visit here:
ICF Reciprocal Coach
ICF Reciprocal Coach is a global peer to peer coaching platform where ICF members can engage in various rounds of peer to peer coaching for a nominal fee.  This can be a great way to build hours, keep your coaching muscles active, or gain recordings for coach mentoring or performance evaluation purposes. 
There are various rounds starting in May and June.  If you’re interested, you can checkout and register here.

Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh!

Hello ICF Ireland Family & Friends,

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! (Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh!) 

With today’s festivities and the first day of spring on Monday, I can’t believe how quickly the year is moving on. Since last month’s update:

  • Five new members have joined ICF – bringing the number of Ireland Charter Chapter members to 532!
  • ICF Ireland exhibited at Kingstown College’s first-ever Coaching and Mentoring Conference on 8 March in Dublin. Eileen Jameson presented Paula King with ICF Ireland’s President’s Award to honour how her dedication to coaching has significantly impacted Irish society, raising wellness and helping humanity flourish in Ireland. And we met 30+ people who are interested in ICF membership!

And before you go on to enjoy the day, I want to remind you to do a few things to ensure you get the full value of your ICF membership:

  • Sign up for the FREE 28th March webinar with Prof. Jonathon Passmore: Developing a Coaching Mindset. In this thought-provoking session, Jonathan will explore the concepts of self-awareness and self-development through the lens of Competency 2: “Embodies a Coaching Mindset – Develops and maintains a mindset that is open, curious, flexible and client-centred.” The session invites attendees to consider their own development processes through five questions. By the end, attendees will better understand Competency 2 and be able to reflect more deeply on how they are using self-development to hold a coaching mindset.
  • Renew your membership if your anniversary date is coming up.
  • Join ICF to enjoy membership benefits and become a part of the ICF Ireland family.

My very warmest wishes,

Stephen Clements
ICF Relations